Southern California resident deals reduced at Disneylandby Leah Zanolla
Feb 19, 2013
For the first time since 2003, Disneyland will not offer their typical Southern California resident spring discounts. For the past 10 years, the Disneyland Resort has offered a $99 two-day park ticket for local residents, as a way to boost business in the slower January - May season. The change is presumably due to the impact Cars Land is having on attendance. The once-lagging Disney California Adventure has seen a steady increase in attendance since the new area has opened, and now sees about the same number of guests as Disneyland Park.
- News Source
- Subscribe to receive DIS Updates and News by email!
- News Feed
- Last Updated: Oct 19, 2014 - 9:25:27 AM
Other Disneyland News Stories
- Club 33 members upset about more changes to benefits
Club 33 members are upset about increased annual dues and decreased benefits.
- New Anaheim transportation hub to open next month
A new Anaheim transportation hub is scheduled to open in early December.
- Last surviving child of Knott's founder dies
Marion Knott, youngest daughter of Knott's Berry Farm founders Walter and Cordelia Knott, passed away recently at age 92.
- Knott's Berry Farm announces new 4-D attraction
Knott's Berry Farm has announced Voyage of the Iron Reef, a new interactive ride set to open Spring 2015.
- Superheroes take over the inaugural Avengers half marathon
Runners dressed in costume for the inaugural running of the Avengers Superheroes Half Marathon this weekend in Anaheim.