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Disneyland Tickets: 2 for Out-of-Towners?


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  • [Question] Disneyland Tickets: 2 for Out-of-Towners?

    Hello MiceChatters:

    My birthday is on the 29th of January and I'm taking my parents to Disneyland (not DCA) for the day.

    I've got free admission, but need to get two tickets for them. Since they're not So.Cal residents, but I am, is there a place I can get discounted tickets for them?

    Any info is appreciated.

    - DPE
    "You’re dead if you aim only for kids. Adults are only kids grown up anyway."
    - Walt Disney

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    Re: Disneyland Tickets: 2 for Out-of-Towners?

    The Official Rules say NO! You must have a proper proof of living in the right zip codes to use the ticket.

    But in reality, they check the ID's when your order at the Ticket Booths or online, and rarely check ID's at the turnstiles (takes too much time). But Disney does have the right to check at the turnstiles, based on what is printed on the tickets and how it is advertised...

    Here is the official wording...

    Tickets valid for Southern California residents within ZIP codes 90000-93599 and Northern Baja California residents within ZIP codes 21000-22999. Proof of residency required for admission.
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