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Disneyland Question

My sister and nephew are coming down for their first visit to Disneyland - my husband and I have a season pass so I don't know much about the ticket info, but am wondering if you guys have any suggestions on where I should buy their tickets, is it  really cheaper elsewhere other than the park??  Also, he's three - will he get in for free?? Thanks!

Re: Disneyland Question

  • At three he will be priced at the normal children's price. Costco is selling park hopper tickets for what I remember being a pretty decent price, you may want to check that out.
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  • I'm planning a trip to DLand with my daughter in a few weeks.  So far the cheapest I've found have been at Costco.  It's also slightly less if you buy tickets online instead of at the gate, but only slightly.
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  • I have always used Tix2fun.com, I think they give you like 15% off what you would pay at the gate!

  • Ditto Costco. It's actually a good deal. And like a PP said, the three year old will require a child's ticket.
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