There’s a Disneyland Flash Sale That Gets You Day Tickets for Just $67

published Jan 8, 2020
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Disney is kicking off the new decade with a flash sale that makes the decision of whether or not to plan a Disneyland trip this year a whole lot easier.

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The company is throwing a huge deal on their three-day, one-park-per-day (meaning no park hopping) tickets for all ages. Adults usually pay $100 a day while kids are $93, but the sale knocks down all the ticket prices to just $67 ($201 for all three days). That means a 33% discount on adult tickets.

While we’re not sure how long the discount is going to be available, those who are interested can book passes for a Disneyland trip now through May 18, 2020. So whether you want a winter getaway or something to look forward to, Disney is offering a flexible window that can accommodate all sorts of already existing plans. 

But of course, there are usually some restrictions that are good to keep in mind. The $67 ticket deal is good for every member of the family if you’re a Southern California resident who lives within zip codes 90000-93599 or a Northern California resident with zip codes 21000-22999. An added bonus for those zip code holders: you also receive one Magic Morning, which means you can get into the park one hour earlier than everyone else and go on selected rides. Just make sure you have proof of residency and a government-issued photo ID to seal the deal. 

If you’re outside of those areas, you can still snag the $67 tickets for your kids (ages 3-9). Yes, adults will have to pay the normal $100, but something is better than nothing! 

Be mindful that the tickets expire 13 days after initial use, so don’t spread the three days out too far. Also, this deal can’t be combined with any other offers.

Like we mentioned above, we’re not sure when this deal ends, so better to be safe than sorry. Book your tickets and see more details here if you’re interested. No regrets in 2020.