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Disney California Adventure annual pass $330 at Costco b&m and Costco.com

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Last Edited by serra September 2, 2016 at 03:28 PM
saw this on my fb feed. thanks, you Big Grin
use your chase freedom for 5% cb at costco. /my friend

offer expires 12/1/2016

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Wholesale giant Costco, starting today, is selling a $330 annual pass for Disneyland’s sister park, Disney California Adventure....It comes with a 10 percent discount on food and merchandise purchases and an exclusive collector’s pin...
http://www.costco.com/Disney-Cali...10108.html

source: http://www.ocregister.com/article...nture.html

***needless to say, you must have a valid Costco membership to purchase***
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I would get bored at that park at more than 4 hours. i guess if you want to see Frozen 50 times it might be worthwhile.
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would be a killer deal if both parks, but paying this much for a single park ..... not worth it.

Nice find though.
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We have the Plus Passport but this year will be the last. No matter the price increase the lines are still ridiculously long. Spend most of your time in line.
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i find disneyland overwhelming. once i get in there, i just wanna go over to dca for less crowds.

with the new attractions like frozen, soarin' ride. main street electrical parade and existing carsland, screamin', i'm okay with dca.
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killing tower of terror makes another reason to avoid
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it's terrible given the socal pass is the same price and allows for both parks (although probably not the same blackout dates)
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is there anyway to use this pass for Disneyland instead of cali adventure?
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You can also find it online at Costco.com Smilie

http://www.costco.com/Disney-Cali...10108.html

Enjoy one year of Disney California Adventure® Park admission on select days & collector's pin!

Imagine a year of fun and excitement in Disney California Adventure® Park! This is where you can go Soarin' Around the World and cruise into Cars Land. And if you're looking for incredible entertainment, Frozen-Live at the Hyperion theatrical spectacular and the awesome after-dark spectacle of World of Color can deliver it on a grand scale. But that's only the beginning, because this one-of-a-kind Disney Park is packed with attractions, entertainment and expreiences just waiting to be discovered!

Includes:

•One year of admission to Disney California Adventure® Park at the Disneyland Resort:
•Valid for use one year from first use, and first use must occur on or before December 1,2016
•Select blockout dates apply, see Terms and Conditions for sepecific dates
•Up to 10% merchandise and food & beverage discounts (restrictions apply)
•Disney California Adventure® Park collector's pin

How to Redeem:
•Head to the Disney California Adventure turnstiles for admission

Disney Terms & Conditions:
•Valid for Theme Park admission to Disney California Adventure® Park. Expires one year from first use and first use must occur by December 1, 2016
•Blockout Dates for 2016 include: 9/3, 9/4, 11/11, 11/24-11/26, 12/17, 12/19-12/31/16
•Blockout Dates for 2017 include: 1/1-1/2, 2/18-2/19, 3/18, 3/25, 4/1, 4/8-4/9, 4/14-4/15, 4/22, 4/29, 5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/26-5/28, 6/3, 6/10, 6/17, 6/24, 7/1-7/4, 7/8, 7/15, 7/22, 7/29, 8/5, 8/12, 8/19, 9/2-9/3, 11/10-11/11, 11/23-11/25/17
•Limit of five (5) Disney California Adventure® Park Fun Passes may be purchased per person, per day
•Disney California Adventure® Park Fun Pass may be upgraded for an additional fee to a Disney Deluxe Passport, Disney Signature Passport, Disney Signature Plus Passport or Disney Premier Passport only
•Applicable days and times of operation and all other elements including, but not limited to, operation of the Park, attractions, entertainment, stores and restaurants and appearances of Characters may vary and are subject to change or discontinuation without notice. Subject to capacity and other restrictions.
•Tickets are nonrefundable, nontransferable and subject to restrictions and change without notice and without liability. Not valid for special or premium events or other activities that are separately priced
•Guest must present valid admission and valid photo identification prior to purchases to receive any applicable benefits and discounts. Benefits and discounts are nontransferable and may not be combined with any other offer or promotion. Such benefits and discounts are for personal use only and may not be used to obtain or purchase items or services with the intent to resell such items or services. Merchandise discounts are not valid on original or consignment art, select limited editions, select collectibles, select specialty items, CDs, DVDs, videos, cameras, sundries, tobacco, alcohol, newspapers/periodicals, personalization including D-Tech Me figures, Disney PhotoPass® online purchases, framed Disney Dollars, outdoor vending (e.g., in-Park balloon vendors, glow vendors), postage stamps, rentals (e.g., strollers, ECV), cameras, film, pantry/prepared foods, consumer electronics, national-branded fragrances, treatments and cosmetics, Swarovski Crystal, Walt Disney Classics Collection, special orders, handmade items, Artist Sketch Program, purchase-with-purchase offers, gift cards, gift certificates, Park admission, ticket media, arcades, shipping or taxes, or on phone, email, online or mail order purchases. Merchandise discounts are valid only at select Disney California Adventure® Park stores and locations; please ask about any applicable discounts at a location prior to purchase
•Dining discounts are valid at select Disney California Adventure® Park locations and are not valid on alcoholic beverages, tobacco products, taxes or gratuities
•From time to time, select third parties may also offer discounts/benefits, and such offers shall be solely the responsibility of such third parties without any liability to Disney or its affiliates. Benefits and discounts are determined solely by Disney or the applicable location/store owner and may change without notice.
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Quote from YEEMS View Post :
You can also find it online at Costco.com Smilie

http://www.costco.com/Disney-Cali...10108.html
thank you!! i added it to the op!
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If it was Disneyland, yes. With just this no. Even better if it had both.
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killing tower of terror makes another reason to avoid
Agree.

Such an awesome ride. There must be space for Guardians of the Galaxy somewhere else.
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it's terrible given the socal pass is the same price and allows for both parks (although probably not the same blackout dates)
Blackout dates on the So Cal pass are pretty bad. All Saturdays and Sundays, most of June/July/August, Spring Break, Christmas Break. So either for stay at home moms/dads with little kids or families that can go at night during the week?

The price on this pass isn't that crazy considering you have to pay $600 for the Deluxe to be able to go on weekends. Not sure if there's a way to add on parking to this pass which is baked into the $250 jump from Deluxe to Signature.

We'll probably renew our Knott's passes for $81 each with $65 parking. $389 for Knott's vs $2650 for Disneyland with weekends. At that price I feel like we only have to go once or twice a month to make it worthwhile and in 1-2 hours the kids can ride more stuff than a full day at Disneyland.
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Quote from ShadyWoodland View Post :
Agree.

Such an awesome ride. There must be space for Guardians of the Galaxy somewhere else.
My family and I have annual passes and we were at California Adventure last weekend. I had a conversation with one of the "cast members" (that's what they call their employees) who was working the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror ride. She told me the ride is going to be shut down in January, and they are using the same track for the new Guardians ride.

So it seems more like a theme/cosmetic change, but the actually ride should be very similar even after the remodel. But if you want to experience the ride while it still has the Twilight Zone theme, go before the end of this year.

Also, we thought the newly renovated Soarin' Over the World was excellent. Same ride, just different landmarks/regions from different areas of the world.
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it's terrible given the socal pass is the same price and allows for both parks (although probably not the same blackout dates)
It's 60 blackout days for the fun pass versus 180 for the so cal select pass - quite a big difference. That is the only thing that really justifies the price. I am temped at the moment.
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