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  • Disneyland Tickets for a Day

    Hi Friends,

    I will be visiting LA May 16-22. I'm hoping to make it to a Sunday meet but may have to schedule the requisite Disney trip for a Thursday or Friday. Just wondering if there is a place where I can get a 1 day no-frills ticket other than from Disney. I might consider a trip to DCA also since I've never been there, but I know I can fill a day at Disneyland easy.

    I've bought tickets from an outside distributor for WDW at a good discount and wondered if there are similar outfits in Anaheim.

    Please let me know. It's a not a big deal and I don't mind buying the ticket at the gate or online, but if I can save an Eisner buck, I'll do it.

    Thanks for your help!

    - DPE
    Last edited by DizneeProfitEar; 04-25-2007, 10:43 PM.
    "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 for a Day

    Originally posted by DizneeProfitEar View Post
    Please let me know. It's a not a big deal and I don't mind buying the ticket at the gate or online, but if I can save an Eisner buck, I'll do it.
    Who's Eisner????
    "JESUS!!! That's Cold!" -- Walt Disney's final words.

    "You hear people talk about, 'I don't think Walt would like this,' or 'I don't think Walt would like that.' You have no idea what Walt would want! No clue whatsoever! Because the people that worked with him day in and day out didn't know what Walt wanted. Walt didn't know what he wanted 'til he wanted it."
    -- Randy Thornton, Walt Disney Records

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      Re: Disneyland Tickets for a Day

      It's just a cheap way to get a dig in at the penny-pinching Eisner era. Thanks for the help.
      "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 for a Day

        I think I got buried. Anybody have an answer?
        "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 for a Day

          Originally posted by DizneeProfitEar View Post
          I think I got buried. Anybody have an answer?
          The reason you haven't gotten any answers yet is because there aren't any. There are few places that you can get discounted 1-day tickets. A food workers union is the only place I can think of, and you have to be a member, and they are discounted 3-4 dollars at most. My school also sells them to ASB members, but you have to pay the ASB fee, and even then it's only a 3-4 dollar discount.

          Disneyland isn't Knott's or Six Flags, where you get 50 percent off during certain times of the year. It just isn't worth looking for discounts.

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