Disneyland breaks SoCal's $60 barrier
Written by Robert Niles
A day at Disneyland or California Adventure will cost you an extra four dollars, as Disney's raised the price of a one-day, one-park ticket at the Disneyland Resort to $63. The price reestablishes Disneyland as the area's most expensive park, a "honor" that Six Flags Magic Mountain had wrested away with its $59.99 list price.Tweet
(Though, to be honest, the next person who pays $59.99 to visit Magic Mountain for a day might be the first. Six Flags discounted heavily again this summer, offering one-day tickets on its website for just $39.)
SoCal residents, as usual, can get a discount to Disneyland. The current deal is five bucks off the one-day park-hopper (making it $78). As always, check your local auto club, credit union or school or work activities department for additional discounts, as well.
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