How to see California Disneyland...

Sharon - posted on 05/24/2009 ( 4 moms have responded )

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If it were just me and the hubby, we'd pack up a weeks worth of clothes and go see what all the hub bub is about and go with the flow.....



But we have 3 kids, limited funds, and neither of us have been there since were small children and have no idea what to expect.



We figure we need 4 days to see Disneyland, ride all the rides, & do the shopping thing. We figure another 2 days to see SeaWorld and maybe a day to see San Diego Zoo.



But what are these "tickets"?



Using this website... http://bookdlr.reservations.disney.go.co...



and selecting "partner hotel" It offers me these tickets... 6 Day Park Hopper® souvenir ticket for the Price of 4 Days

Get 2 days FREE: 6 days of same-day entry into both Disneyland® Park and Disney's California Adventure® Park with park-hopping privileges - for the price of 4 days.

Valid for use through September 30, 2009.

First day of use of a ticket constitutes one full day of use



there are several options and I don't know which is best. Does the "ticket" cover the family? Do I need to pay $500 per person going for a ticket for each of us?



The "meal plans" another I can't tell what it means..... Is the meal plan for the family for per person?



Is there anyone out there who can lay this all out for me?

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Sharon - posted on 05/29/2009

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Thanks guys this does help.



What is the best way to book our hotels? Through the Disney site? Through one of the advertised discount travel sites (expedia etc?)

Sarah - posted on 05/26/2009

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PS....There are a TON of places to stay around Disney that are walking distance to the park that are WAY cheaper than staying at any of the Disney hotels. I'm sure if you want to spend the money and splurge it would be fun to stay at one of the Disney hotels, but if you are looking to save money on your trip, I would never stay with Disney. I used to live in Southern California and had an annual passport to Disney. My husband and I recently looked into going back and taking advantage of one of Disney's "deals" of buy three days get two days free and found that it was not a good deal at all! You can find a very decent hotel for $80 - $100 a night easy. Hope this helps!

Sarah - posted on 05/26/2009

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Hi! I just wanted to let you know that if you are planning on doing Disney, the Zoo, AND Seaworld, you should get a Southern California Pass (I think that's what it's called.) You can get them at Costco. I think it's $229 per person. You have 13 days to use it and it gives you three days at Disneyland, a day at seaworld, a day at the zoo, and a day at Universal Studios. All for LESS then buying three days at Disneyland alone. It's a fantastic deal! I hope it helps and can save you a ton of money!
Sarah

Destinations - posted on 05/25/2009

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As a Disney Travel Specialist, I'm here to help!!



The Park Hopper tickets are applicable at Disneyland only.

Based on your request, here is a sample of packages available:



4 nights at Disneyland Hotel, 5 souvenir 3 day Park Hopper tickets, a complimentary phone call from Mickey or Goofy & Mickey's Toontown Morning Madness ( 1 hour early entrance and meet characters for autographs & photos) .... $1911.50

or Disney Paradise Pier Hotel ..... $1875.50



SeaWorld tickets are $65 ages 10 + and $55 ages 3-9... You get a 2nd visit for FREE so you can visit 2 days for the price of 1



Feel free to contact me for more information & to book your family vacation!

karen@destinationsbyparrotte.com

www.DestinationsByParrotte.com

443-768-2368



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