Find out how to get up to $51 off when buying Disneyland tickets

This Monday Disneyland announced an increase in ticket prices, but all is not lost

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With the reopening of the border less than two weeks away and the theme parks awaiting tourists with great anticipation, the website aResTravel has a great offer for all Disney and its parks lovers. By purchasing tickets through this website, which is an authorized Disneyland ticket seller, you will be able to get up to $51 dollars (dlls) off your purchase to visit this California park.

As it is well known, from time to time, ticket prices to these parks go up, from aResTravel you will be able to get tickets for 2022 at 2021 prices, since the price increase announced this Monday by Disneyland will not be reflected on this website until November 4 or when stocks are sold out.

It is worth mentioning that this offer is valid for the purchase of tickets for 2 or more days; for example, if you want to buy tickets for 2 days as Park Hopper (you can visit both parks on the same day) these would normally cost $315 dlls for people 10 years old and older, by getting them through aRes Travel you would get them for a price of $280 dlls so you would be saving up to $35 dlls.

In case you want to get tickets for a 5-day visit with the Park Hopper version, instead of paying $440 dlls for the same age range mentioned above, you would be paying $389 dlls, with savings of $51 dlls. If you buy the same amount of days but with access to one park per day the price would go from $380 to $337 dollars, here you will save up to $43 dlls. It is worth mentioning that before getting your tickets you should check the Disneyland calendar to make sure that the date you wish to reserve is available.

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Disneyland increases prices by up to 8% this Monday

Disneyland Resort and Disney California Adventure Park have raised their ticket prices starting today, Monday, and now cost between 3% to 8% more, especially during the popular Christmas and New Year's holidays.

At the same time, parking fees have been raised by 20%. The last time the park raised its rates was 5% in February 2020, shortly before it closed its doors for 13 months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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