Check out Theme Park Insider's holiday ticket deals

November 29, 2019, 1:07 AM · (Updated Nov. 29) Need some gift ideas for theme park fans? Or are you a theme park fan in need of a gift for yourself this holiday season?

Our ticket partner, aRes Travel, just sent along some special deals now available for top parks in Orlando and Southern California, including Universal Orlando, Universal Studios Hollywood, and Disneyland.

In addition to these Black Friday deals, other deals and discounts may be available at each park. Check the links for available offers.

Universal Orlando Resort — Enjoy 3 Parks for The Price of 2 & Save Up To $134.91. Purchase by 2/12/20. Admission valid through 5/21/20.

Universal Studios Hollywood — Save $86 on the VIP Experience including 1-Day Admission. Purchase by 12/2/19. Admission valid through 3/31/21.

Disneyland Resort — Save up to $32 on select dates.

Knott's Berry Farm — Save $114 on 3 or more tickets with this Exclusive Family Pack Offer. Admission valid through 1/5/20.

Six Flags Magic Mountain — Save $26.00 Off General Admission. While supplies last. Admission valid through 9/13/2020.

SeaWorld San Diego — Buy 1 Day, Get 1 Day Free. Purchase between 11/22/19 - 12/2/19. Admission valid through 1/31/20.

Legoland California Resort — Save $35 on a Legoland and Sea Life Hopper ticket and get a second day free. Purchase by 11/30/19. Admission valid through 12/31/19.

In addition, our partner has additional attraction ticket and hotel package discounts available for top theme park destinations:

Happy holidays, and we hope to see you in the parks!

Replies (2)

November 26, 2019 at 11:16 AM

Much as I loved the trips, I'll admit, WDW/Universal on Thanksgiving weekend is one of the worst times to go if you loathe massive crowds.

November 28, 2019 at 12:08 AM

Working in the parks, I enjoyed Thanksgiving more than other holidays simply because it was such an American-driven holiday, which eliminated the culture clash issues that are present during other especially busy periods of the year.

Yes, it was slammed and some people were jerks. But they were jerks in a consistent and predictable manner, which you could deal with more easily.

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