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New Ticket for Southern California Residents: 2 Days for $99

posted on January 4th, 2011 by Heather Hust Rivera, Senior Manager, Corporate Communications, The Walt Disney Company


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Southern Californians, here’s a great reason to make a visit to Disneyland Resort one of your New Year’s resolutions in 2011.

There’s a new ticket for Southern Californian residents that offers two days at the Disneyland Resort for just $99, and you can choose to visit either Disneyland park or Disney California Adventure park each day you visit (1 park per day). You can choose two days at Disney California Adventure park, or two days at Disneyland Park, or one day to go wild at each park. The new ticket gives you the flexibility to visit any two days between now and May 14, 2011, and other restrictions apply.

As an added bonus, you can choose to add the park-hopper option for just $10 more, giving you the freedom to “hop” from park to park on both days.

The offer is limited to residents of Southern California (zip codes 90000-93599) and North Baja California (21000-22999). The 2-Day ticket can be purchased now through April 14, 2011, at Disneyland.com/2days, The Disney Stores, Vons, Albertsons, Ralphs, Stater Bros, Dearden’s, Irvine Spectrum, Fashion Island and Korea Daily, as well as any Disneyland Resort ticket booth. Guests who purchase online can print their tickets at home and skip the ticket lines.

You can also turn the 2-day ticket into a mini-vacation with special offers at the Disneyland Resort hotels. You can save up to 35 percent off your room rate at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa, up to 30 percent off at Disneyland Hotel, or up to 25 percent off at Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel. The resort “hotel room only” offer requires a two-night minimum stay and is not valid with previously booked rooms. The offer is available for arrivals most nights, now through April 13, 2011, and must be booked by February 19, 2011. Subject to blockout dates, availability and other restrictions.

If you don’t live in Southern California, we recently shared news of a special ticket for you. You can purchase the 3-day park-hopper ticket for $169. The 3-day ticket is available online at Disneyland.com/3days, or by calling 866-59-DISNEY. You can purchase the 3-day tickets from now through April 14, 2011, and you must purchase them before leaving home as this offer is not available at the ticket booths. Tickets must be used within 13 days of the first day of use and the first day of use must be no later than April 14, 2011.

Be sure to check out the Disney Parks Blog tomorrow to find out how you can enter for a chance to win the So Cal Resident 2-day tickets, and see a fun video that gives you a glimpse of some new family entertainment coming to the Resort on weekends from January 14 to March 6.

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Ken from CA on January 4th, 2011 at 2:39 pm

Can the deal extend to Northern Californians also? I and a lot of other NorCalites love Disneyland and travel down a lot of times JUST to go to Disneyland!

The SoCal deals alway make us up in the Bay Area feel a little left out!

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Jacqueline on January 4th, 2011 at 3:10 pm

Heather, could you please tell me at what time should we check out the blog tomorrow? Morning? Afternoon? Thanks so much for sharing!

 

Heather Hust Rivera on January 4th, 2011 at 8:40 pm

Check the Blog late on Wednesday.

 

Heather Hust Rivera on January 5th, 2011 at 12:28 pm

Details of the contest will be available today at approximately 5 pm PT.

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fabian on January 4th, 2011 at 3:26 pm

that’s really great to hear, i live in tijuana so that is really something to plan, my only question is,i went there 3 years ago, i guess, i don’t remember, but i bought tickets as well but id did not included the disney resort, so my question is if i buy the tickets, i can stay in the hotel for 99 dllrs?, can somebody explain that to me please. thank you

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Michael from CA on January 4th, 2011 at 5:58 pm

The Hotel stay is separate from the park entry. Disneyland Resort includes two parks: Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure; and three hotels: Disneyland Hotel, Paradise Pier Hotel and the Grand Californian.

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Mary on January 4th, 2011 at 6:12 pm

Mary from Santa Barbara, CA

Hi Heather, My family and I go to Disneyland every year especially when Disneyland offers the Buy one park get the second park for free. Southern Californian Special. Is Disneyland going to offer that as well??? When we go and take usually 2 to 3 of our sons friends who cant afford to go to Disneyland and if that is the only offer of $99.00 then we wont be able to go at all. For our family of 4 that is almost $400.00. I know prices have gone up every where, but thats alot of money for 4 people not including 2 to 3 more almost $700.00. Truthfully these kids look forward to and what am I going to tell them. So if you can please contact me back and let me know I would really appreciate it. Thanks, for taking the time to read my message. Mary

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Thor from CA on January 4th, 2011 at 6:38 pm

This new $99 ticket idea sounds great! I like the increased flexibility of it, and you can’t beat a bargrain price like that for a premium product like Disneyland USA!

I’ll be picking up a few at Vons later this month so I’m ready to play the host with the most when friends want to head to the park with me. Thanks for the news Heather!

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Susan on January 4th, 2011 at 8:37 pm

It doesn’t state on the “other restrictions apply” part if the 2 days have to be consecutive. I know other times you have had 14 or even 30 days to use the second day. Does anyone know the rules for these 2 day passes?

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juliana from CA on January 4th, 2011 at 10:00 pm

Would this 2day deal be eligible to be used as credit for an annual pass? Thanks!

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Nicole on January 4th, 2011 at 11:42 pm

We live to far north to qualify for any of the southern California deals but were still in California. I would like to see Disney give some sort of discount for the rest of California.. If we could get discounted tickets we would take the drive down and make it a weekend getaway, instead of a once a year thing

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Natalie on January 5th, 2011 at 12:45 am

I was wondering if the Southern California deal for $99 means you will not be doing the 2fer this year. We were really depending on the 2fer deal so that we could afford to go. If the 2fer is not going to be run we can’t afford to go. Please let me know so we can plan accordingly. Thanks so much, Natalie

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Sydney on January 5th, 2011 at 1:54 am

YAY now I can my friends who don’t have an annual pass like I do to go with me more than once! I can’t wait to tell them about this!

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Sydney on January 5th, 2011 at 1:54 am

Oh, and I meant I can get my friends*

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Krista on January 5th, 2011 at 12:30 pm

So does this mean you are not offering the 2fer this year? I was really looking forward to that.

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Carrie on January 5th, 2011 at 2:14 pm

I agree with having a possible discount for us NorCal folks although I would be happy with just the payment plans on the Annual Passes…even if instead of the 1day price as a down payment make it a three day hopper price as a down payment then let the rest go on the payment plan. I went 3 times last year and had I just had the full amount in cash I would have bought the AP I ended up paying more in those 3 different trips than I would have for an annual pass just didnt have the $400+ all at once…but love Disney and will be back this year again at least once…looking forward to more possible “meet-ups”??!!

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Josh on January 5th, 2011 at 7:18 pm

Aww I was really hoping the contest would be for a new meet up! Any news on a new Meet up, Heather? I already have a Premium Pass. So I shall sit this one out. Good luck to everyone!

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yna on January 6th, 2011 at 2:47 pm

Is there a time restriction between the two uses? For the 2fers before the second use was within 30 days. Does this apply to the new ticket?

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Thomas on January 6th, 2011 at 11:02 pm

Hi Heather,

Is there a “visits must be within 30-days of each other” restriction on these tickets like there was for the 2fer ticket?

Thanks,
Thomas

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Jim on January 28th, 2011 at 9:04 pm

Heather-

Same question, What are the restrictions on the days? Do they have to be consecutive, within 30 days, etc.?

Thanks

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Edith on January 29th, 2011 at 2:02 am

My family has season passes. Can I purchase the $99 special and take one person one day and another later on? Or are these tickets restricted to the same person? I ask because it would be a great way to bring a friend for my kids.

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