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If you’ve been dreaming of a Disneyland vacation, this may be the time to act. Now through May 18, 2020, you can score a 3-day, 1-park-per-day ticket for as low as $67 for children ages 3 to 9. These tickets expire 13 days after the first day of use or on May 21, 2020, whichever comes first. You can purchase up to eight of these tickets per person, per day.
This special ticket includes one Magic Morning, which allows admission to certain attractions on select days at Disneyland park an hour before it opens to the general public.
Keep in mind that the tickets are nonrefundable and cannot be sold or transferred for commercial use. This special deal also cannot be combined with any other discounts or promotions.
All residents of southern California can also get the $67 ticket deal, whether they’re adults or children. They’re limited to purchasing five tickets per person, per day. Since 3-day regular-priced tickets to get into the Disney California parks usually start at $100 for adults aged 10 and up, this is a decent discount.
Hotels of the Disneyland Resort are also offering up to 25% off select rooms on Sunday through Thursday nights now through April 16, 2020. They must be booked by March 16, 2020.
At Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel and Spa, standard rooms are 20% off and premium rooms are 25% off. Guests can get the same discounts at Disneyland Hotel. At Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel, guests can get up to 10% off on both standard and premium rooms.
The blog post announcing these promotions at Disneyland mentions a number of exciting attractions and events to take advantage of in 2020, including Star Wars: The Rise of the Resistance, the newest attraction inside Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. It opens on Jan. 17.
Disneyland’s Lunar New Year celebration takes place Jan. 17 through Feb. 9 and includes activities, cuisine and merchandise inspired by Asian cultures in celebration of the Year of the Mouse.
Beginning Feb. 28, the “Magic Happens” parade will include floats and characters from favorite Disney movies, including “Frozen 2,” “Moana,” “Sleeping Beauty” and “Coco.”
The Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival takes place Feb. 28 through April 21, offering California-inspired cuisine and beverages for the whole family to enjoy.
Will you book a Disneyland vacation this year?