(KGTV) — Starting Monday, Southern California residents can take advantage of a limited time discount on tickets to the Happiest Place on Earth.
Disneyland's Southern California Resident Ticket offers locals a three-day, one-park ticket for $179 and a three-day, Park Hopper ticket for $234.
For comparison, tickets for ages 10 and up can cost as much as $135 for a one-day, one-park ticket and $185 for a one-day, Park Hopper ticket on peak days. That means normal ticket prices for three days could cost up to $405 for one park or $555 for both parks.
For ages 3 to 9, normal tickets can cost up to $127 for a one-day, one-park ticket and $177 a one-day, Park Hopper ticket — or $381 for three days at one park and $531 for three days at both parks on peak normal days.
So families are likely to save a big chuck of change for a trip to Anaheim.
The special offer for locals is good from Jan. 7 to May 20. The three-day tickets can be used on consecutive days or three separate days across the offer period. Blackout dates do apply April 14 through April 22 and tickets expire May 23.
Up to five tickets per person per day can be purchased with valid government identification. The offer is valid for SoCal residents within zip codes 90000-93599 and Northern Baja California residents within zip codes 21000-22999.
For more information, visit Disneyland's website here.