New Resident Specials for Disney World and Disneyland

by All Things Mouse Staff on January 5, 2010
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For those living in close proximity to either Walt Disney World or Disneyland, both destinations are now offering resident specials that might just be too good to pass up.

At Walt Disney World, Florida residents can purchase the $99 “4 Day Dream Pass” for a limited time.  Southern California Residents can take advantage of the new “SoCal 2fer” tickets.  More information on each special is provided below:

Walt Disney World 4 Day Dream Pass

If you live in Florida, Disney is offering the “4 Day Dream Pass” which entitles qualified purchasers entry into any of the the four Disney World theme parks (Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom) on any four days now through May 25, 2010.  The cost is only $99 which breaks down to less than $25 a day.

WDW has blacked out March 27-April 9, but entry can be on any of the other days.  The four days do not have to be used consecutively, but all unused days will expire on May 25, 2010.

These are not park hoppers, so entry is to only one park each day, however for and additional $26 you can add the hopper option.  Also for $26, the Water Parks Fun and More option can be added.

Tickets must be purchased by May 21, 2010. Proof of residency is required.  For more details, see the Disney World website.

Disneyland SoCal 2fer

Southern California Residents (those living in zip codes 90000-93599) can get two park days for the price of one with the 2fer special. For the price of a one day ticket, $72, qualified purchasers will be able to get into the two different parks (Disneyland and California Adventure) on two separate days.

The second park must be visited within 30 days of the first visit.  So, if you buy the special tickets and go to Disneyland one day, you can spend another day at California Adventure within the next month for no additional charge.

2fers must be purchased by April 12, 2010 with the first day of use by that day, then the second visit must occur within the next 30 days.

Proof of residency is required.  For more details, see the Disneyland website.

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