Disneyland’s $60 per day SoCal Resident Ticket is Back

This Disneyland promotion ends on May 20th, 2019, so book your tickets before then.

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California residents get ready. This spring, Disney is reviving a fan favorite deal.

Disneyland is bringing back its SoCal Resident Ticket promotion — a three-day, one-park-per-day ticket for as little as $60 daily.

Altogether, a single three-day pass comes out to $179, while adding the Fastpass option comes out to $224 (Fastpass provides a decreased wait time at certain attractions). Either way, it’s a bargain for a notoriously expensive theme park.

The promotion lasts until May 20th, 2019, but there’s a blackout period between April 14th to April 22nd when tickets will not be usable.

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Normally, a three-day ticket like this would cost $300, so the SoCal Resident Ticket saves you $40 per day or $120 overall. Those discounts can really add up, especially if you plan on bringing your family.

However, the baseline ticket only allows admission to one park each day. SoCal residents who want to attend both parks in a day should go for the Hopper pass option instead (available for $234).

This Disneyland promotion applies to residents within the 90000-93599 Southern California ZIP codes, and Northern Baja Coast ZIP codes from 21000-22999. You can’t combine it with other offers, and you can only purchase five tickets per person per day.

Still, if you’re planning a trip to the happiest place on Earth this spring, it’s unlikely you’ll find a better deal.

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Mick Jacobs

If Carly Rae Jepsen and Sabrina Spellman raised a child, Mick Jacobs would be the result. He plays the saxophone, writes about music, and loves his hometown of Cleveland. His work appears in PopMatters, Spectrum Culture, and Pretty Much Amazing, and his own site Secondhand Setlists covers the live music scene in Los Angeles. A proponent of happy hour, the mall, and public transit, Mick loves nothing more than a good deal.

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