ANAHEIM, Calif. — Need an excuse to take the kids to Disneyland? We've got your back.
For a limited time, the most magical place on Earth is offering discounted tickets to Southern California residents and children everywhere.
The discounted tickets allow families to bring children, between the ages of 3 and 9 years old, to the park for just $67 per day with the purchase of a three-day, one-park per day ticket. Park Hopper ticket options are also available.
The discounted tickets also include one Magic Morning, which allows admission to certain attractions on select days at Disneyland, one hour before the park opens.
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The cost of a three-day, one-park ticket for a child without the discount is $280, which is approximately $93 per day, according to the Disneyland website. If you want to upgrade to the Park Hopper tickets, the cost rises to $335, which breaks down to just slightly more than $111 per day.
The discounted tickets will be available for purchase until May 18, 2020. Guests are limited to eight tickets per person, per day. The three-day tickets expire 13 days after first-day use or after May 21, 2020.
For more information, visit the Disney Parks website.
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Disneyland is celebrating its 64th birthday. Take a look at what the park looked like when it opened its gates for the first time on July 17, 1955. (Video courtesy: Disney Parks)