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Discounted Disneyland Passes For SoCal Residents Are On Sale Now
Disneyland deals for those of us who call SoCal home begin today.Disneyland is going to cut us a deal, according to a release. The park announced today that residents of Southern California are now able to purchase cheaper tickets from today until May 19. The tickets must be used before May 26, 2016, and cannot be used between March 20 and April 4—Spring Break!
The ticket prices are:
- 2-day ticket: $149 (Compard to $185)
- 2-day park hopper: $189 ($215)
- 3-day ticket: $179 ($235)
- 3-day park hopper: $219 ($275)
The 3-day passes include Magic Morning—early entry to select attractions by one hour—if they're sold pre-arrival. Those who do not purchase park-hopper tickets will only be able to visit one park per day. To get the discount, you must prove that you live between ZIP codes 90000 and 93599 in Southern California, or 21000 and 22999 in Northern Baja California. By comparison, a single-day ticket is $99, according to the KTLA.
Disneyland has been offering cheaper tickets to locals since 2003 in the hopes that we'll fill out the park between January and May, which is considered the park's off-season. Disneyland did not offer these discounts in 2013, according to the OC Register.
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