Up to 50% Savings on Disneyland Tickets

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Gift the experience of DisneyLand!

Through May 18th, 2019, head over to DisneyLand.com where they are offering Disneyland Resort theme park tickets for as low as $47.80 per day (regularly $97) when you purchase select multiple Day park tickets!

Plus, each purchase includes a Magic Morning pass that allows one admission into selected attractions to Disneyland Park one hour before the park opens to the general public on a Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday. In addition, you have the option to add Disney MaxPass for only $10 extra per day.

Note that these tickets are valid to use starting January 7, 2019 and expire 13 days after the first day of use or on May 23, 2019. Blockout dates are April 14 – April 22, 2019. These cannot be added as part of a vacation package and must be purchased as a ticket-only purchase.

Score these deals…

3-Day, 1-Park Per Day Ticket $210
Only $70 Per Day!

*With Disney MaxPass $240

4-Day, 1-Park Per Day Ticket $229
Only $57.25 Per Day!

*With Disney MaxPass $269

5-Day, 1-Park Per Day Ticket $239
Only $47.80 Per Day!

*With Disney MaxPass $289

3-Day, Park Hopper Ticket $260
Only $86.67 Per Day!

*With Disney MaxPass $290

4-Day, Park Hopper Ticket $279
Only $69.75 Per Day!

*With Disney MaxPass $319

5-Day, Park Hopper Ticket $289
Only $57.80 Per Day!

*With Disney MaxPass $339

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Comments 16

  1. Melissa

    This is a great deal but the deal at Get Away Today is better. Sale ends today.

    • Desiree Armstrong

      What deal did you get on Get Away Today?

      • Melissa

        Adults at kids prices. I purchased the deal from Disney last week and paid $1195 for 5 days for 5 people but the same 5 days and 5 people would’ve been $1125 on Getawaytoday. I’m kicking myself for not waiting but oh well… what can you do?

  2. Mary Shaun Egan

    Anyone know if any deals like this one will come around to use in the summer?

    • Erika

      Not this summer. Star Wars Land opens. They are blocking out a bunch of the annual passes and stuff. I’d expect ticket prices to rise :/

    • Ashley

      Probably not. Theyre trying to entice people to come during winter and spring because alot of people are waiting til summer to go for star wars land opening.

  3. Heather C

    Does anyone know if they will offer the so cal resident sale again in January. This is a good deal but 2 days at Disneyland is my limit 🤣

    • Erika

      I thought I heard that this was replacing it for this year. Time will tell.

  4. katt

    So if you buy 3 days you have to use all three days in 13 days? Or do you have until the end of the promotion?

    • cathy

      You have to use all days within 13 days.

  5. csinalaska

    If you are military, be sure to check your ITT on base — they released the 2019 ticket prices; a 4-day park hopper is $198 (you have the option to add on max pass for additional cost).

  6. Momof6

    Anything for Disney World?? Leave for Orlando in 3 days and no discounts found yet 🙁 Only planning a single park day as it will cost a small fortune (more than airfare for 8) with our crew, but very BLESSED nonetheless that we are able to spend the day there!

    • Jay

      I was just at magic kingdom in Orlando and stayed at art of animation resort. The park was at max capacity. If you don’t get fast passes a week in advance it’s 45 min to 3 hour ride waits per ride. My brother gets my family of 5 in free and gets us anytime fast passes. I feel so bad for everyone who saves up to go and can’t really do anything. I also went to lego land and paid for annual passes (on the h2s deal last month, thx!) for us since i don’t get in there free. My whole family had a better time there. It was not crowded and relaxing and the food was very affordable in the park. I recommend legoland over disney anytime (I’m from florida) if you’re trying to maximize fun and money. We didn’t wait more than 15 minutes on any ride with no fast passes at all. Good luck and have fun wherever you go!

    • Becky

      Hey! I Don’t know if this is helpful to you but we went earlier this year and there is a lot of discounts if you do a timeshare presentation or buy your tickets at the Orlando Wal-Mart! We bought ours at Wal-Mart and they are way cheaper there! 😀 enjoy! We had so much fun!

  7. Emily

    Max pass is worth $10! You van sign up for fast passes right on your phone and it includes unlimited photos amd free downloads of the park photographer photos. We were only going to add it to one ticket for the photos but found the fast pass option worth adding it to everyone.

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