Disneyland Offers Local Resident Ticket Deal

December 14, 2021, 1:07 PM · If you live in Southern California and are thinking about visiting Disneyland after New Year's when reservation availability opens up, now is the time to get your tickets. Disneyland just announced its annual Southern California resident ticket deal.

These discounted tickets will get you into Disneyland or Disney California Adventure for as little as $67 per day, for savings up to $143 a ticket. The catch is that tickets are valid only on weekdays starting January 3 through May 26, and you must provide proof of residency in Zip Codes 90000-93599 for admission. Tickets may be used on nonconsecutive days, however.

The SoCal resident discount tickets are available now on our partner's Disneyland Resort tickets page. Here are the prices, including all fees:

3-Day Ticket – $195
3-Day Park Hopper Ticket – $251
3 Day Ticket with Disney Genie+ service – $251
3-Day Park Hopper Ticket with Disney Genie+ service – $307

Note that these prices are lower than what Disneyland is offering on its own website!

For visitors from outside Southern California, our partner has tickets at the following prices when you use the SAVE5 promo code at checkout:
2-Day – $243
2-Day Park Hopper – $302
3-Day – $306
3-Day Park Hopper – $362
4-Day – $334
4-Day Park Hopper – $391
5-Day – $353
5-Day Park Hopper – $410

Here are the prices with the Disney Genie+ service included in advance, which offers a small savings over adding Genie+ in the parks on the day of your visit. Again, use the promo code SAVE5 at checkout:
2-Day – $282
2-Day Park Hopper – $341
3-Day – $362
3-Day Park Hopper – $419
4-Day – $410
4-Day Park Hopper – $466
5-Day – $447
5-Day Park Hopper – $504

These savings range from $12 to $36 a ticket over Disney's prices. To buy any of these tickets or other available deals - including combo deals with Universal Studios Hollywood or Knott's Berry Farm - visit our partner's Disneyland Resort tickets page.

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Replies (3)

December 14, 2021 at 7:22 PM

These are definitely NOT a savings for Southern California residents who missed out on the $399 Imagine Key annual pass!

December 15, 2021 at 9:24 AM

No thank you....Disneyland has become nothing but a money grab for people who don't know any better. My trip to Disneyland in Anaheim in October of this year was my last. They can (and will) find other's to pay hundreds of dollars to ride decaying rides, and wait an hour or more for each ride (during the week).

And the biggest scam is Disney doesn't supply plugs to charge your smartphone they force you into using. Ah, right....you have to pay an extra $40 or more to charge your phone!

What scam artists they are....

December 15, 2021 at 12:06 PM

The Imagine Key pass is still available on the Disneyland website. And I've never had any problem finding a free plug to charge a phone at Disneyland in a pinch. But, like many people, I carry a portable battery to recharge on the go in the parks so I don't have to sit around somewhere or rent a charging locker.

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