I'm wondering if Disneyland is likely to offer another promotion for local residents in early 2016, like they did early this year. The promotion was discounted 2 or 3 day tickets, good between Jan 7 and May 21 (right before the 60th anniversary celebration started), with two weeks blocked out for spring break.
With rumors of a price increase for park tickets coming within a few weeks, I'm looking at buying either a 3-day park hopper to use early next year (good for 13 days, expires end of 2016) which would cost $275 before the price increase, or the SoCal Select parkhopper, $329 for weekday use with the summer, holidays, and spring break blocked out (too late to avoid the price increase from about a month ago; maybe another increase coming in January or spring 2016?).
Last year's deal was a 2-day ticket with choice of one park per day for $139; a 2-day Park Hopper ticket for $178; a 3-day ticket with choice of one park per day for $169, or a 3-day Park Hopper for $208. I would expect the prices to be $20 or $30 more for 2016, if a promotion is offered.
Of course, if there were a promotion, that would be a better deal, especially if I don't plan to make many more visits past early 2016. I have some free time in January, and wouldn't likely visit more than a two or three times during a shortened period.
I realize there will be a lot of closures coming right after the holiday season ends in early January, and with the 60th anniversary celebration, the park has been a lot more crowded compared to other years, so they might not be a need for a promotion.
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