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Disneyland Returns SoCal Resident 2-Day $99 Pass

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 visits must be completed by June 9, 2012.* New this year is a special offering to add a 3rd day to the ticket for just $30** For blockout dates and restrictions, visit

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Annual Pass Breakdown

My Walt Disney World Annual Pass expires in February. Starting this August, I will be living minutes from WDW and will have plenty of free time on the weekends. So I decided to go annual pass comparison shopping this weekend and came up with these… Read More »Annual Pass Breakdown

Some Insight into Themepark Ticketing

While we all wait for official news of Blackstone’s purchase of Busch Entertainment’s parks, including Sea World and Busch Gardens, here’s a fascinating bit of insight into how big theme parks do their ticketing from someone who has helped Disney manage its strategy. If an… Read More »Some Insight into Themepark Ticketing

U.S. Military given Free, Multi-day Admission to Disney Parks in 2009


As Disney Parks ask “What Will You Celebrate?” and invite guests to turn their personal milestones into magical family vacations in 2009, America’s military personnel will have one more reason to celebrate: Free multi-day admission to Disney’s U.S. theme parks.

With the “Disney’s Armed Forces Salute” offer, active and retired U.S. military personnel, including active and retired members of the United States Coast Guard and activated members of the National Guard or Reservists, can enjoy complimentary, multi-day admission into Disney’s U.S. theme parks, great rates at select Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort hotels, and additional special ticket offers for family members and friends.

“For so many of the men and women who serve in our U.S. military, time together with their families is cause enough for celebration,” said Jay Rasulo, chairman of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts. “We are grateful for their service and hope ‘Disney’s Armed Forces Salute’ will allow our troops to create wonderful, magical memories with their family and friends.”

Check below the cut for full details on the offer at Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World

(Photo copyright The Walt Disney Company/Gene Duncan, photographer — Naval officers Lt. James Corbett (top, center) and Lt. Cmdr. Erin Duffy (bottom, center), of Maryland, take a whirl on Cinderella’s Golden Carrousel with daughters Maggie (left, age 5) and Aoife (center, age 8 months) and son Dessie (age 2).)

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200 million guests for Disneyland Resort Paris

After 16 years of spreading Disney magic across Europe, Disneyland Resort Paris welcomed its 200 millionth visitor this week. A lucky French family was chosen as the official 200th guest and were given free entry and a special dinner (no lifetime passes?). The park opened… Read More »200 million guests for Disneyland Resort Paris