(Still Available After Price Increase) Disneyland Spring Sale: Kids Tickets from less than $65 per day!

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Disneyland Spring Sale: Kids Tickets from less than $65 per day!

There is a pretty good deal on 3 day tickets right now for the Disneyland parks in Anaheim California.  Kids tickets are on sale for everyone and the sale brings the cost of the park(s) to less than $65 a day!  There is also a sale for Southern California residents that is over $100 off for adults.  Let’s take a look.

The Disneyland prices have now increased for the year but these deals are still locked in at the lower rate. So if you were considering a trip to Disneyland and are eligible for these offers I would grab them before they are no longer available and you are stuck paying much higher prices.

Disneyland Spring Sale Details

These sales come from our partner Get Away Today.

Let’s take a look at the kids sale first:
  • Starting today, children ages 3-9 save $86 per person on all 3-Day Disneyland Resort tickets for travel now – May 21, 2020!
  • This discount will apply automatically, and no promo codes are needed.
  • Disney is offering this sale as well directly but Get Away Today is $5 cheaper than Disney is.

Link to Offer

Millennium Falcon at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disneyland Park.

Here are the details on the California Residents Sale:
  • The Southern California Resident Special is valid on 3-Day Disneyland Resort tickets for travel now – May 21, 2020.
  • These tickets include a $106 savings on each adult ticket and an $86 savings on any child (ages 3-9) ticket.
  • It is only valid for residents who live in ZIP codes 90000-93599. Residency will be verified at time of booking and government photo ID is required to use the tickets at the parks.

Link to Offer

Upcoming Events During This Time Frame

Here are some upcoming events that would be the perfect time to use these discounted tickets for:

  • Rise of the Resistance opens January 17, 2020
  • Lunar New Year Celebration January 17 – February 9, 2020
  • ‘Magic Happens’ Parade debuts at Disneyland Park on February 28, 2020
  • Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival February 28 – April 21, 2020

Final Thoughts

Disney rarely offers discounted tickets and these deals are tough to beat, especially for Southern California residents.  If you don’t already have an annual pass and would like to save some money on your trip I would take advantage of this offer.

Get Away Today should code as a travel so you could pay with your Capital One® card and use your points to wipe the charge off.

Mark Ostermann
Mark Ostermann is a father, husband and miles/points fanatic. He left the corporate world after starting a family in order to be a stay at home dad. Mark is constantly looking at ways to save money and stay within budget while also taking awesome vacations with his family. When he isn't caring for his family or taking a weekend trip, Mark is working towards his goal of visiting every Major League Baseball ballpark.

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  1. Hey Mark, would the Capital one business cards points work too to erase the charges as travel for the Disneyland tickets?

    • They should as long as they are purchased through Get Away Today. If they are purchased directly from Disney they won’t code properly.

  2. Debating going down next month before our #3 child comes around the end of March because quite frankly we won’t be making the trip until at least 2021 thereafter. This makes it tempting. Other factor is I’ve accumulated quite a bit of disney gift cards which can be used for tickets too (Sams, BJ’s etc). Then again, they can be used at the park or for parking….decisions decisions.

    I know there’s traffic websites for Disneyland, but just curious if anyone here has gone around (early) February and if so how crowded the park was?

    • Tough decision for sure since the Disney price has dropped too. If you have enough gift cards to cover everything go that route. If not I would save them for parking, food, and whatever else and save the $5 per on the tickets.

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