Here's how to get Disneyland tickets for less than $50 a day

Nov 27, 2018
06:32 A.M.
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Yes, you read that correctly - and it isn’t even Black Friday anymore. Read on to find out how to snag this amazing bargain.


The happiest deal on earth

If you would like to purchase several day park tickets to Disneyland then this deal is just for you. Their official website is offering tickets at a discounted price of $47.80 each when you buy multiple day tickets to the theme park. This is more than 50% off the regular price of $97.


But that’s not all. Included in the deal is a free Magic Morning Pass which allows the ticket holder entry one hour earlier than other park visitors, which means they will have the first pick of the rides and get to be in the front of the inevitably long queues. However, this pass can only be used on a Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday.


The tickets bought using this deal can be used for entry to Disneyland from January 7, 2019, and expire 13 days after the first one has been used or on May 23, 2019 (whichever comes first). If you would like to visit Disneyland between April 14 and 22, 2019 you will have to purchase them as tickets only as tickets bought during this time cannot be part of a vacation package.


Reasons to visit Disneyland

Do you still need more convincing to visit the happiest place on earth? Well, there are 51 attractions, which means that there are bound to be at least a few that you will find entertaining and intriguing. One of these is the famous Tomorrowland attraction which features edible plants. If scary movies are more your speed, there is a haunted mansion in Disneyland, which even has a pet cemetery, although no pets are actually buried there.

"Together We Rise"

Disneyland was also used as the venue for one of the most heartfelt reunions ever. Earlier this year 350 children who had been in the foster care system where reunited with their biological siblings during a trip to Disneyland. This all expenses day trip was made possible by "Together We Rise" and its donors.