Disney parks may be the most magical places on earth, but a family vacation to Disney can get a little pricey. To help families save money in 2020, Disney is running deals on three-day passes to Disneyland from now through May 18. Typically, prices for a three-day, one-park-per-day (aka no park hopping) ticket starts at $103 per day for adults and $97 per day for kids. With the current ticket deal, the same ticket package starts at $67 per day, offering you $30-$36 of savings per ticket!
However, as with most Disney ticket deals, there are a few stipulations. Keep scrolling to see how this magical ticket deal works, and how to score three-day passes for your family for as cheap as possible.
Special Disneyland Ticket Offer For Southern California Residents
If you're a Southern California resident within zip codes 90000-93599 or a Northern Baja California resident within zip codes 21000-22999, your whole family can grab three-day, one-park-per-day tickets for as low as $67 per day ($199 total). Plus, the tickets come with one Magic Morning, which gives you admission to select attractions one hour before the park opens to the public. You'll need proof of eligible residency and a valid government-issued photo ID to book the tickets and gain admission into the park, and you can purchase up to five tickets with this deal through May 18. These specific tickets expire 13 days after the first day of use or on May 21, 2020 — whichever occurs first.
Special Disneyland Ticket Offer For Non-Southern California Residents
For those of us who don't live in sunny Southern California, don't fret: there's still a ticket deal for your kiddos ages 3 to 9. Although parents and other park goers ages 10 and up will need to purchase full price tickets, you can grab a three-day, one-park-per-day pass for your child for about $67 per day ($199 total, one Magic Morning included). You can purchase up to eight of these tickets per guest per day through May 18, but they'll expire 13 days after the first day of use or on May 21, 2020 — whichever occurs first.