Want to take advantage of the low crowd levels at Disneyland this summer? We've got some deals that will get you in the parks to enjoy some of the shortest wait times for major attractions in years.
Disneyland recently announced that it is selling $99 one-day Park Hopper tickets to its annual passholders for use by family and friends or on AP'ers own blockout dates. But if you don't know a Disneyland annual passholder to accompany you into the park, you can actually beat the $99 a day price on those Park Hoppers by buying a four- or five-park Park Hopper from our authorized ticket agent.
You can save more than $30 a ticket buying these Park Hoppers online, or $29.30 a ticket on a three-day Park Hopper or $15.30 on a two-day. One-park-per-day tickets also are available, with savings from $13-26 over buying on Disneyland's website or at the gate. Disneyland Resort Theme Park Tickets
If you need a place to stay, Disneyland's Good Neighbor Hotels — many located within walking distance of the parks — are eager for your business this summer. They are lowering rates as they look to fill rooms, so it's a great time to go shopping for deals from them, too. Disneyland "Good Neighbor" Hotel Reservations
And for the best value, look for vacation packages that combine discounted multi-day Disneyland tickets with a stay at one of hotels near the resort. Disneyland Resort Good Neighbor Hotel/Ticket Packages
While Rise of the Resistance won't open until January, the rest of the new Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge land is open and Disneyland is bringing back the Main Street Electrical Parade next month, joining the Disneyland Forever fireworks that have been running this summer. Throw those in with the lower-than-average wait times and now-abundant parking with the new Pixar Pals garage, and it's easier than it's been in a long time to visit Disneyland and Disney California Adventure.
Previously: If you are thinking instead about visiting Orlando, time's running out on Universal Orlando's big ticket deal, so please take a look at that one if you haven't looked into it already.Tweet
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