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It pays to live in Southern California and Baja - Disneyland ‘2fer’ deal is back

It pays to live in Southern California and Baja - Disneyland ‘2fer’ deal is back

Have you taken advantage of Disneyland’s “SoCal 2fer” yet? I know I want to. My husband and I have been itching to take our 13-month-old daughter to Disneyland, but we have been wondering how old is old enough for a first visit. This special deal is back and gives us a great excuse not to wait any longer.

Deal: Buy one ticket to Disneyland or Disney’s California Adventure Park on one day, and then come back and visit the other park on another day (within 30 days) for free. You can even visit the two parks on consecutive days. The DisneyParksBlog offers tips for using the deal,  including additional vacation deals that can save families up to 30% off when they purchase a two-night hotel stay at a Disneyland Resort hotel.

Who: Southern California residents within ZIP Codes 90000-93599. And despite the name of the deal, it’s also good for certain residents of Mexico, if they live in Northern Baja California within ZIP Codes 21000-22999.

When: Purchase the first ticket by April 12 and use the second ticket within 30 days from the first use.

Cost and where to buy: Adult “2fer” tickets (ages 10 and up) cost $72, or $36 per day. Child “2fer” tickets (ages 3 to 9) cost $62, or $31 per day. Tickets can be bought at the Disney Stores, Vons, Pavilions, Albertsons, Ralphs, Stater Bros., Gelson’s, Food 4 Less, Toys R Us, Dearden’s, Korea Daily, Irvine Spectrum and other locations. You can also buy your ticket online. If you want to visit both parks on the same day, the regular price for a 1-Day Park Hopper Ticket is $97 for adults and $87 for children.

Contact: Disneyland 2fer Ticket, (714) 781-7290

— Jen Leo, Los Angeles Times Travel & Deal blogger

Photo: Disneyland. Photo credit: Disneyland

Published Sunday, January 17, 2010 6:47 PM by Kanoa Biondolillo

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