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Good news, parents: You can buy kids’ discount Disneyland tickets through May 18! If you have more than one child, this could save you hundreds! Here are all of the details…
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Get discounted Disney tickets for ALL kids aged three to nine!
The specially priced Disney tickets are for all kids three to nine years old. These tickets used to be just for Southern California residents, but now they’re for everyone!
Plus, the multi-day passes mean you can visit the Disneyland Resort theme park in Anaheim, California and Disney California Adventure Park — without having to stress if you’ll have enough time to see everything.
Get a kids’ Disneyland multi-day pass for $67 a day!
- 3-Day, 1 Park Per Day Ticket: $199, or $67 day (reg. $290)
- 3-Day, 1 Park Per Day Ticket with Disney MaxPass: $244, or $81 day (reg. $350)
- 3-Day Park Hopper Ticket: $254, or $84 day (reg. $354)
- 3-Day Park Hopper Ticket with Disney MaxPass: $299, or $99 day (reg. $405)
Read the fine print on those Disney tickets!
A few good things to know from the fine print: The discounted Disneyland tickets must be used within 13 days after initial use or by May 21, 2020 (whichever happens first). The specially priced passes can’t be combined with other discounts. The passes are nonrefundable and can’t be sold or transferred.