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  • 2005 SoCal Theme Park Pricing

    www.disneyland.com

    Single Day, Single Park ticket, $53 for Adults (10+), $43 for kids 3 thru 9

    Single Day ParkHopper, $73/$63

    2 Day ParkHopper, $106/$86

    3 Day ParkHopper, $159/$129

    Parking, $9 per car

    Annual Pass, $99-$329, no special pricing for kids


    Universal Studios Hollywood

    www.universalstudios.comwww.knotts.comwww.sixflags.com

    Single Day Admission, $47.99 for Adults, $29.99 for those under 48 inches and Seniors (55+)

    Parking, $9 per car

    Season Pass, $47.99 - $125

    SeaWorld San Diego

    www.seaworld.com

    Single Day Admission, $50.95 Adults, $40.95 kids 3 thru 9

    Parking, $8 per car

    Season Pass, $56.95 Adults, $46.95 for kids 3 thru 9

    Annual Pass, $84.95 - $134.95 adults, $69.95 - $119.95 kids 3-9, $74.95 - $124.95 Seniors (50 +)

    LEGOLAND

    www.legoland.com

    Single Day Admission, $44.95 Adults, $37.95 for kids 3 thru 12, and Seniors (60 +)

    Two Day Ticket, $52.95 Adults, $45.95 for kids 3 thru 12, and Seniors (60 +)

    Parking, $8 per car

    Annual Pass, $89 - $1000 Adults, $65 - $1000 for kids 3 thru 12, and Seniors (60 +)

    San Diego Zoo / Wild Animal Park

    www.sandiegozoo.com
    Check out my Theme Park Photos at http://darkbeer.smugmug.com

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    Can you use the Vons or SoCal Twofer as a 2 park 1 day pass?

    Can you use the Vons or SoCal Twofer as a 2 park 1 day pass?

    You could with the previous offer this fall.

    Jeff
    ""I think that you're nuts to build a park next to Disneyland that's half the size and charge the same amount of money."" Marty Sklar

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    • #3
      Not officially, since then they couldn't count the pass as 2 seperate admissions, but many CM's at the entrance gates will override the system. No guarantees, the rule says seperate days, but those were the rules last year too.
      Check out my Theme Park Photos at http://darkbeer.smugmug.com

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      • #4
        Um, Darkbeer...

        Parking at DL is now $10...
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        • #5
          Oh my, Darkbeer was wrong! Maybe you should get an ocupation that allows you a little more time off so you are able to visit the theme parks more often and get acurate information for your reports.

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          • #6
            i think he needs to just give up on trying to hide his true identity and change his user name to Smithers.

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            • #7
              Jeeez, I expected DL to be more expensive than everybody else because of the quality and Disney name. I didn't expect everyone else to cost nearly the same.

              Well, this is an eye-opener. Thanks.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Darkbeer
                www.legoland.com


                Annual Pass, $89 - $1000 Adults, $65 - $1000 for kids 3 thru 12, and Seniors (60 +)
                Is that $1000 price a typo? I'm certainly hoping so.

                I can think of few things in life that I need less than a $1000 Legoland Pass.
                "How old would you be if you didn't know how old you are?"
                - Satchel Paige

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                • #9
                  Nope, LEGOLAND offers a lifetime pass for $1,000, visit their website for all the details.
                  Check out my Theme Park Photos at http://darkbeer.smugmug.com

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                  • #10
                    Wow, I had no idea. Thanks for the info!
                    "How old would you be if you didn't know how old you are?"
                    - Satchel Paige

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