Limited Time Disneyland Park Ticket and Hotel Discounts Available for Southern California Residents

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Southern California residents can now save up to 25 percent on some multi-day ticket options for Disneyland, as part of a newly announced deal that will run through early 2018.

The ticket deals are as follows:

  • 2-day ticket option with one park per day for $159 ($40 savings)
  • 2-day Park Hopper ticket for $204 ($40 savings)
  • 3-day ticket option with one park per day for $199 ($71 savings)
  • 3-day Park Hopper ticket for $244 ($71 savings)

Tickets can be purchased from now through May 21, and will be valid January 8 through May 24, with the exclusion of the following blackout dates: March 23 through April 8. If the tickets are not used by the May 24 date, they will expire. Proof of residency is required for theme park admission.

Southern California residents can also save big on standard and premium rooms at all three Disneyland Resort Hotels for most nights Sunday through Thursday from January 7 through April 12, when you book by March 17.

Disneyland Hotel:

  • Save 20% on Standard rooms and 25% on Premium rooms

Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa:

  • Save 15% on Standard rooms and 20% on Premium rooms

Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel:

  • Save 10% on both Standard and Premium rooms

Guests can book their stay at one of the three resorts by following the link here. The deal is limited to two rooms per reservation and five guests per room.

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Jesse DeRosa

Jesse has been an avid Disney Parks fan since he first visited Walt Disney World in 2007. Since then, he has overcome his fear of seafood, grown a beard, and gained 50 pounds, but his love for Disney remains unchanged.

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