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Tag Archives: tickets
Southern California Disney fans will be happy to hear that the two park for $99 ticket offer at Disneyland Resort has returned. You get to choose either Disneyland or California Adventure for both days, but there is no park hopping all … Continue reading
It’s getting to be a habit. About once or twice a year Disneyland and Walt Disney World raise admission prices for their theme parks. Why? Because they can, of course. The parks are busy with many weeks approaching capacity. This … Continue reading
Were you on the edge as to whether or not you would attend the next Disney On Ice show to grace your local arena? Well then Kraft Singles cheese hopes to easy your decision. Kraft is partnering with Disney On … Continue reading
Disney’s The Lion King just celebrated its 5,462nd performance last night and climbed the charts to become the seventh longest running show on Broadway. That move bumps Disney Theatrical’s inaugural show, Beauty and The Beast, down to eighth. Raise your … Continue reading
I know that’s a long title, but it’s really a great deal. For the first time Florida (and Georgia) residents will receive an unlimited pass to SeaWorld Orlando valid through the end of the year included with their reservation. If … Continue reading