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Cheap Disneyland tickets

w00k09 20 10 June 26, 2016 at 03:39 PM in Entertainment (2)
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Anyone know where I can find the cheapest tickets for one day at Disneyland? I really want to take my wife for the first time.

Any help would be greatly appreciative.

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It won't happen. They offer very few discounts. Check Mousesavers for current promotions, but it won't be much. Your best bet is probably to piggyback on a convention that posts their discount link publicly, like Daper Day.
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There's hasn't been any crazy deals or sales for Disney tickets. There might be value for you in buying a multi-day pass.
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Use a 5x points rewards card to buy the tickets at a grocery store. 5% discount.
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You can also use a Target charge for 5% savings.
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buy discounted Disney gift cards from a warehouse store. chase gives 5% back for warehouse purchases. then use the gift cards to buy Disney tickets. I believe Sam's club or BJ's club sells slightly discounted Sydney gift cards.

Also, when you are at there last page in Disney ticket checkout, you might see a banner for Disney credit card with a sign up bonus. the sign up bonus is not much though.
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Multi day passes are a great deal. But for a one day ticket. I know someone that works at Disneyland that can sell their discounted tickets. PM me if interested.
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Quote from w00k09 View Post :
Anyone know where I can find the cheapest tickets for one day at Disneyland? I really want to take my wife for the first time.

Any help would be greatly appreciative.

Thanks
Good luck with your search buddy but Disney's idea of cheap tickets is their multi-park pass! The only way you will enjoy real savings is on the airline and accomodations portion of your trip. sorry.
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Thanks everyone for their input!
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Thanks everyone for their input!
find an employee, there are so many, online like at Craigslist or through friends, who can swipe you in for a much smaller kickback.
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I have to concur with this. WTF, "it's only $98 per day"*

* - on a 2 day park hopper pass.

Where the hell did the $20 for SoCal residents deal go? I understand inflation has kicked in so where has the $40-$50 deal??

I haven't been to Disneyland in ages because their prices are ridiculous. Not to mention their rides pretty much suck. I'll take Six Flags at like 1/3 the cost over Disneyland any day Big Grin
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Quote from pinchingthosepennies View Post :
Multi day passes are a great deal. But for a one day ticket. I know someone that works at Disneyland that can sell their discounted tickets. PM me if interested.
I would be interested... we are planning to try and take our daughter for her birthday
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#13
It's easy to get multiple days pass in cheap rate but too hard to get one day pass in cheap.
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PM me. I got a couple tickets to sell. We just went in for free since my nephew works for ABC and I have no desire to go any time soon. lol.
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Be careful; there are scams on craigslist of people selling fake tickets. You can read about a scam from 2015 in the LA Times or just google "disneyland ticket scams orange county ca".

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