Disneyland one-ups the 2fer with 3-Day Summer Fun Pass
Written by Robert Niles
In a sign how hard the economy is hitting the theme park industry, Disney is discounting tickets for the summer high summer at Disneyland.Tweet
For several years, Disney's offered a "2fer" deal in the spring, where local residents can buy a one-day, one-park ticket to either Disneyland or California Adventure and get a free one-day ticket to the other park to be used on another day within the month.
That deal ends in May. But this year, starting June 1, locals also can buy a three-day park-hopper for $99. You have to use the first day between June 1 and August 23, 2009, then you have 45 days after the first day you use to use the other two days. July 4 is blacked out.
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