A pre-pandemic Disneyland offer returns, as the theme park announced its discounted Southern California resident 3-day tickets are now on sale.
So-Cal residents may choose between a 1-park-per-day passes, or park hopper passes, both of which can be used on any weekdays between January 3 and May 26 of 2022, subject to reservation availability.
The three-day, one-park-per-day pass will come out to $199 total, while the park hopper will be a total of $259.
Both offers will also have a “Genie-Plus” option for $259 on the single-park passes, and $319 for the park hopper passes.
The Genie-Plus service is a similar concept to Disneyland’s former “FastPass,” which allows park-goers to forego the usual ride lines and enter through a “Lightning Lane” during certain dedicated times.
As has been the case since the theme parks reopened, visitors must make reservations to the parks beforehand.
In order to qualify for the offer, a Southern California billing address is required at checkout.
A difference from Disneyland’s prior deal, is that the passes are not available for weekend visits.
The full price rundown looks like this:
- 3-Day, 1-Park Per Day ticket- $199
- 3 Day, 1-Park Per Day ticket with Disney Genie+ service- $259
- 3-Day Park Hopper ticket- $259
- 3-Day Park Hopper ticket with Disney Genie+ service- $319
*The writer’s personal stock ownership in The Walt Disney Company did not impact information in this story.
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