It’s back! The Disneyland Resort Winter/Spring Southern California Resident discount tickets have returned once again. Far from the 2-fer of years past, the new offer is only for multi-day tickets.
- 2-day, 1-Park ticket for $149
- 2-day Park Hopper ticket for $189
- 3-day, 1-Park ticket for $179
- 3-day Park Hopper ticket for $219
Tickets must be purchased between January 6 and May 19, 2016. They expire after May 26, 2016 and blockout dates apply.
Tickets can be purchased at http://Disneyland.com/flex, Disney Store, Vons and other retail locations, as well as any Disneyland Resort ticket booth.
Full announcement below.
Disneyland Resort Offers Southern California Residents Special Prices on Tickets for a Limited Time, Beginning Jan. 6
Guests Will Enjoy Star Wars Season of the Force, Diamond Celebration Nighttime Spectaculars, Luigi’s Rollickin’ Roadsters and More
ANAHEIM, Calif. (Jan. 6, 2016) – The Disneyland Resort is kicking off the new year with a special ticket offer for Southern California residents, just in time to enjoy the thrilling Star Wars Season of the Force at Disneyland Park, all the nighttime excitement of the 60thanniversary Diamond Celebration and the opening of Luigi’s Rollickin’ Roadsters at Disney California Adventure Park.
The Southern California Resident ticket offer provides flexible options for two or three days of magic and adventure at special prices. Available for a limited time, the offer has four purchase options:
- 2-day ticket with choice of one park per day for $149
- 2-day Park Hopper ticket for $189
- 3-day ticket with choice of one park per day for $179
- 3-day Park Hopper ticket for $219.
Guests who choose to visit Disneyland will enjoy all the thrills of Star Wars Season of the Force, an exciting lineup of experiences that celebrate the Star Wars film saga. The lineup includes the Star Wars-themed transformation of Space Mountain into Hyperspace Mountain; new characters and a new adventure among the destinations at Star Tours – The Adventures Continue attraction, and an exciting short film, “Star Wars: Path of the Jedi,”which relives highlights of the Star Wars films. In addition, Star Wars Launch Bay invites guests to encounter that favorite Star Wars pilot Chewbacca, visit a Star Wars-themed cantina, discover authentic replicas of film props, and more. And younglings will learn about conquering their fears in a new show, Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple.
At Super Hero HQ, also in Tomorrowland, guests will learn more about some of their favorite Super Heroes and even encounter Spider-Man and Thor, in person.
After dark in Disneyland, the 60th Anniversary Diamond Celebration comes to life with the dazzling “Paint the Night,” an all-new electrical parade, and the spectacular“Disneyland Forever” fireworks, an immersive street-to-sky experience like nothing seen before at the Disneyland Resort. The night skies light up in Disney California Adventure with the exciting “World of Color – Celebrate! The Wonderful World of Walt Disney,” a spectacular that combines water, light, color, lasers, animation, projections and nearly 1,200 dancing fountains.
In Cars Land at Disney California Adventure, Luigi’s Rollickin’ Roadsters will open in early 2016. On this fun, family attraction, guests will join the exciting festivities created by Luigi, a beloved character from the Disney•Pixar blockbuster “Cars” films. Luigi has invited all his cugini (cousins) from Carsoli, Italy, to visit Cars Land and demonstrate the traditional dances of their village. Park guests will hop aboard miniature Italian roadsters – in the style of micro cars — to enjoy the dance and the upbeat singing of Luigi and his cousins. The dance is precision-choreographed across what appears to be a trackless “dance floor.” Each car has its own routine, so guests will be able to enjoy different ride experiences depending on which car they board.
Beginning Jan. 6, 2016, Southern California residents will be able to experience all these attractions and entertainment, along with other beloved experiences at Disneyland and Disney California Adventure parks, with the special ticket offer.
The 2-day and 3-day Southern California Resident tickets are an ideal way to make unforgettable memories, and are available for a limited time. Southern California residents must purchase tickets from Jan. 6 through May 19, 2016. Tickets expire after May 26, 2016 and blockout dates apply. They can be purchased at http://Disneyland.com/flex, The Disney Stores, Vons and other retail locations, as well as any Disneyland Resort ticket booth. Guests who purchase tickets online may print their tickets at home. When purchased in advance, 3-day tickets include one Magic Morning** early entry to Disneyland Park, which provides an extra hour of play on select days before the park opens to the general public. This benefit is not available to tickets purchased at Disneyland Resort ticket booths.
For restrictions, visit http://Disneyland.com/flex. For park hours and entertainment schedules, guests may review the resort’s daily calendar at Disneyland.com.
Hotel Offers: Special hotel offers are available for guests who want to turn their Disneyland Resort visit into a getaway, including a stay in the middle of the Diamond Celebration at any of the three Disneyland Resort hotels. Guests may save up to 20 percent on premium rooms for select nights at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa or the Disneyland Hotel, and up to 10 percent at Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel for travel between January 3 and March 31, 2016, if booked by March 10.*** Disneyland Resort hotel guests also may enjoy Extra Magic Hour** morning admission to a Disneyland Resort theme park on applicable days (valid Theme Park ticket and active hotel room key card required for each guest).
You should take a survey of families living in the park area and surrounding counties who have not ever been able to experience Disneyland because of the entry fee. You may be offering a “special” but you are still asking for $600 to just enter the park and that is steep for most working families.
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But you certainly are helping Disney.
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Same here, I am a senior citizen with a limited income. I am shocked that the price is very steep for us and we will probably go on no rides or two at the most. It is a shame. Yes , I did send my concern to Disneyland several times. No response as usual.
Do you have to use all the days consecutively?
It’s not completely clear from the verbiage on the site but tickets typically expire expire 13 days after first use.
Keep in mind that tickets must be purchased between Jan. 6 through May 19, 2016 and the tickets expire (regardless of first use) after May 26, 2016. Also keep in mind that blockout dates DO apply!
Lots of caveats, be sure to read up before you head to the parks!
It is utterly ridiculous what the cost is to step foot in Disneyland, not to mention parking and food and drinks. It cost a family with 2 kids at least $500 for a day and that is cheap. Then you can’t even buy your child a souvenir without spending a small fortune. I say go to knots berry farm