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Are you considering buying a Disneyland Annual Pass For Southern California Residents? If you live in Southern California and want to visit Disneyland this year then an Annual Pass may be a good deal for you. Disneyland announced a ticket price increase on February 12th 2017. For the past 2 years the price increase has come in February.
Disneyland Annual Pass For Southern California Residents
Although prices for Disneyland tickets increased across the board, they weren’t as much as we feared. This probably has a lot to do with the hefty price hikes we have experienced for Disneyland annual passes in recent times. Perhaps we are getting used to big prices rises – although we certainly hope that this is the only Disneyland ticket price increase for 2017.
How much does the Disneyland Annual Pass For Southern California Residents cost? There are two types of Annual Pass just for Southern California Residents. To qualify you have to live in the zip codes 90000-93599.
Disneyland Southern California Select Annual Pass
This has blackout dates but allows up to 170 days in the Disneyland and California Adventure Parks. The cost of the Southern California Select Annual Pass is now $339 (increased from $329). There is no longer the option to purchase a parking pass so that will cost you $18 each time you visit.
There is a Monthly Payment Option – Southern California Select has a down payment of $97.00 and an additional 12 payments of $20.17.
You can see the blackout dates and more details of these Annual Passes on the Disneyland site.
You can also upgrade a Disneyland ticket before it expires to an Annual Pass. So if you visit Disneyland and realize that you are having so much fun and want to come back another time then you can go to the ticket booth and upgrade your ticket. The cost of your original Disneyland ticket will be put towards the cost of your Annual Pass. You must remember to do this before your ticket has expired though – you can’t go back a week later and ask nicely!
If you decide you want a “higher” Annual Pass you can also upgrade that in the same way.
The Disneyland Southern California Annual Pass is now available for $469. There is also a Monthly Payment Option with a payment of $97 down followed by payments of $31 per month.
The other options for Disneyland Annual Passes are covered in detail at
In summary these passes are now available:
The Disneyland Signature Plus Annual Pass with no blackout dates costs $1049. The price did not increase in February 2017. This has a monthly payment plan which is $97 down followed by monthly payments of $79.34. This Disneyland Annual Pass includes theme park parking, Disney PhotoPass downloads, 15% discount on dining and 20% on merchandise. This is the only Disneyland Annual Pass which gives free parking.
The Disneyland Signature Pass which offers the same benefits as the Signature Plus but has blackout dates for 2 weeks around the Christmas Holidays. This costs $849. There is a payment plan with $97 down and monthly payments of $62.67.
The Disney Deluxe Annual Passport is $619 (up from $599) and does not give free parking! So if you park at Disneyland, which really you have no choice unless you are paying for parking at an hotel, that is an additional $20 per visit. It has blackout dates and offers 10% of dining and select merchandise. Again it has a monthly payment plan option with $97 down and monthly payments of $43.50.
What Are The Perks of a A Disneyland Annual Pass?
There are other advantages to an Annual Pass for Disneyland as well as saving money on entrance to the parks.
One of the best of these benefits is the discount on Disney dining. For the Southern Californian Disney Annual Passes the discount is 10% on dining. The Signature Plus Annual Passport offers a 15% dining discount. The discount is for food and drinks but excludes alcohol. However, you probably might expect a discount when you are paying over $1000 for your pass!
Passholders are often offered discounts at Disneyland Resort Hotels. This can be a substantial saving if you intend to stay at the hotels.
Extra Magic Hours are sometimes offered to Disneyland Passholders, but in recent times this has been quite rare.
Only the Disneyland Signature Plus Passport now includes parking.
Are you going to buy a Disneyland Annual Pass For Southern California Residents? Have you been a Disneyland Annual Passholder in the past?
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