Disneyland's 2fer deal is back for 2010
It's a new year, so it is time for Disneyland's 2fer deal once again.
If you've not taken advantage in the past, Southern California residents can buy a one-day, one-park ticket to either Disneyland or Disney's California Adventure for $72 and get a free one-day, one-park ticket to the other park. That ticket must be used within 30 days of purchase.
Tickets must be bought by April 12, 2010. If you buy within 30 days of April 12, you still have a full 30 days to use your second ticket. Kids' tickets, for ages 3-9, are $62. Tickets are available on the Disneyland website.
I am going to CA in May and was SHOCKED how much cheaper it was than its FL counterpart!
Disneyland also increased annual pass prices today. The new prices are:
It really stinks that its CA residents only. I live in AZ only 6 hours from the park. I always have to pay full price. :-(
Is it me or does the SoCal Resident portion of this offer seem a little strange? I've been to the parks on the 2fer at least twice in the past few years. The only place I've been required to prove any type of residency is at the Disneyland website. These tickets are also available at any local grocery store. I've never had my ID checked at the gate.
The grocery store workaround is a great tip. Just use an online tool to find a Vons or Ralphs near your hotel or route into Disneyland and pick up the 2fer cards there. Saves time at the ticket booths, too.
Also worth the note, is that for $25 more than the regular 2fer ticket, you can get the park-hopping 2fer. Allows you to enjoy both parks during both days.
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