Disneyland typically does not discount its theme park tickets during the summer. But consider this the latest sign that seasonal distinctions don't really mean anything at the resort anymore, because Disneyland just announced one of its most aggressive price cuts in years.
Between now and August 30, Disneyland Resort annual passholders can buy up to three one-day Park Hopper tickets for family or friends for $99 each. That's $100 off the regular $199 "Peak" days price for that ticket. (All dates between now and September 8 are categorized as "Peak" days on Disneyland's one-day ticket pricing calendar.)
Disneyland offered a similar deal to its passholders last summer. This time, however, passholders are not limited in buying these tickets by their blockout calendar. Even those passholders who are blocked out on a particular date can buy these companion tickets, though they must also buy one for themselves as the passholder must accompany their companions throughout the gate on first admission.
That effectively makes this a $99 blockout day ticket — a feature that Disney has not offered its annual passholders in several years. Purchases are limited to three tickets, so if you are a passholder buying one for yourself, that leaves you two more for others. Tickets must be bought in person at Disneyland and are valid only on their day of purchase.
The big new attraction at the resort this summer is the new Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge land in Disneyland, though Disney is offering several special attractions over at California Adventure as well, including the return of Soarin' Over California and the new Tale of the Lion King musical, plus the debut of Mickey's Philharmagic and the Inside Out Emotional Whirlwind spinner ride on Pixar Pier.
Disneyland also announced that its new Pixar Pier parking garage will open to cars on June 30. Maybe this new discount will help keep it filled, if all those new attractions alone weren't enough.Tweet
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