Disneyland Opens Its Latest SoCal Resident Deals

December 1, 2022, 2:45 PM · The Disneyland Resort today announced its first local resident discounts for 2023. These discounts will apply to three-day theme park tickets used on weekdays only from January through May of next year.

The tickets are on sale now to residents of Southern California and Northern Baja California and start at $219, or $73 per person per day on Disneyland's website. The tickets are good for weekday visits only, starting January 9 through May 25, 2023. The tickets do not have to be used on consecutive days, but must be used by May 25.

Our travel partner now has the SoCal discounts available at even lower prices than Disneyland's website:

Tickets are available now on our partner's website, which also is offering Disneyland ticket discounts to non-locals. Park reservations will be required each day to use all tickets.

Disneyland will be debuting several new and returning attractions early next year, including Mickey & Minnie's Runaway Railway and the nighttime spectaculars Wondrous Journeys and World of Color - One on January 27, the Magic Happens parade on February 24, and the reimagined Mickey's Toontown on March 8. The Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival also will run during this period, from March 3 through April 25.

If you are curious about deals on other local theme parks, Universal Studios Hollywood has two-day tickets starting at $120, while Knott's Berry Farm has one-day tickets starting at $67, from our travel partner. Use the code CYBER2022 at checkout to save even more on Knott's tickets.

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Replies (3)

December 2, 2022 at 4:26 AM

Hi there, has the TPI Twitter page been shut down? I saw the icon at the bottom of the website was removed and the twitter page was where I got most of my Disney/Universal Park updates, so just curious. Thanks.

December 2, 2022 at 10:57 AM

Wait a minute, someone was actually using the Twitter feed?

My analytics for Twitter were absolute trash, delivering far fewer readers than any other social media network I was using - and they've been that way for some time. So when operations started to go south there last month, I used that as an excuse to quit updating that feed.

I recommend our RSS feed to keep up with the latest posts in real time, as well as our email newsletter for a weekly recap of all new posts. I also post each new post to our Facebook and LinkedIn pages.

Thank you for reading!

December 2, 2022 at 11:30 AM

My Twitter seems to be working fine. I've not noticed any interruptions of service in the past month.

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