Disneyland is once again offering its Southern California Resident ticket offer, which this year is a three-day ticket for $149. That's for one park per day and includes a Magic Morning early admission at Disneyland. Adding the Park Hopper option for the three days costs another $40, for $189 total. The tickets are valid until May 25, with April 9-23 blocked out.
At the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, Disney is offering three and four-day Florida Resident Discovery Tickets for $139 and $159, respectively. Those also are one park per day and Animal Kingdom is blocked out from May 27 through June 9. (Hmmm... what could be happening then?) The Florida resident tickets must be used before June 9.
Back on the west coast, Disneyland has announced the return of the Food & Wine Festival to Disney California Adventure, which will run March 10 through April 16. The west coast version Epcot's annual food and wine event returned to the park last spring, with some many of the food stands returning for an encore during the Festival of the Holidays the past couple of months, as well.
DCA's Food and Wine Festival also will feature some upcharge events with TV chefs, to be announced later, in addition to the food marketplaces. Disney's promising more food booths this year, with "enhanced Festival-inspired menus" at California Adventure's regular restaurants, too. No word yet on specific menu items or prices, which often ran significantly higher at the Festival of the Holidays than what Disney charged for the same items at Epcot's Food and Wine festival.
Other attractions at the Disneyland Resort this spring will include the return of the Main Street Electrical Parade at Disneyland plus the Lunar New Year celebration at California Adventure, which will include a new, themed intro segment for World of Color.
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