Disneyland Resort Disneyland Resort: Canadian Residents Save 25% Off 3-Day or Longer Tickets Take 25% Off 3-Day or Longer Tickets!

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If you’ve been thinking about taking a magical vacation to Disneyland Resort in California then you won’t want to miss this brand new offer which is available exclusively to Canadian residents! Starting today you can save 25% on your theme park tickets when you purchase a 3-day of longer ticket.

Tickets to Disneyland Resort theme parks don’t typically go on sale so this is a great opportunity to purchase your theme park tickets at a discount. The offer is not just good towards base tickets (1 park per day) but also the Park Hopper Option as well. Tickets are available from three to five day increments and we’ve listed the promotional savings for Adult Base Ticket’s below (all prices in USD and before taxes).

  • 3-Day: $202.50 (regularly $270), approximately $67.50 per day
  • 4-Day: $217.50 (regularly $290), approximately $54.38 per day
  • 5-Day: $228.75 (regularly $305), approximately $45.75 per day

Tickets purchased through this special offer are good until December 31, 2018 and are valid for 13 days from the date of first use so plan accordingly. Remember that you will need to show proof of your Canadian residency (government-issued photo ID) at a theme park ticket window or guest relations prior to first use when you arrive at Walt Disney World.

It’s never been a better time to visit Disneyland Resort. With 2 amazing theme parks to visit (Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park) and the bustling Downtown Disney District you’ll find no shortage of fun things to do and see. We highly recommend checking out Cars Land and the recently re-themed Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: BREAKOUT at Disney California Adventure Park. Lastly no trip to Disneyland is complete without eating a Dole Whip and Churro!

Click here to purchase tickets online or call (866) 285-1581. This offer expires on February 28, 2018 so make sure you order by then if you want to take advantage of this offer.

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    • Thanks OP! Already booked to go later this month and were hoping for a ticket sale!
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    • We bought the tickets the last time the offer was available (25% off at the time)

      Word of caution
      Others have found that any attempt to add to your tickets that you get what you paid for them NOT what they are worth so your 20% would immediately be lost if trying to add days or hopper etc.
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    • simplyton wrote:
      Nov 1st, 2017 9:41 am
      We bought the tickets the last time the offer was available (25% off at the time)

      Word of caution
      Others have found that any attempt to add to your tickets that you get what you paid for them NOT what they are worth so your 20% would immediately be lost if trying to add days or hopper etc.
      Same! It was a better deal last time around and those would never expire until we use it.
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    • First time booking disney for my family, is it cheaper to book flight/hotel separately and then add the tickets using the 20% off?
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    • lonelybadger wrote:
      Nov 1st, 2017 10:18 am
      First time booking disney for my family, is it cheaper to book flight/hotel separately and then add the tickets using the 20% off?
      check westjet vacation deals from hamilton to orlando staying at clarion bueno vista, which is 20min from orlando airport, they have free shuttles to disney. we are westjet cardholders and got a flight for 2 roundtrip from hamilton to orlando for $349 all in. joined clarion hotels membership online and got $71 a night there.
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    • Agreed. It was a better discount last year, but I think Disney is trying to compensate for the lower Canadian $. Last year on Nov 1st, 2016 the Canadian $ was at $0.74697 US. Today it is at $0.77563. We are about 3-4% higher on exchange this year over last year (on this date). Of course the Canadian $ was much higher a couple of weeks ago, but has suffered recently since BoC news and the recent trade numbers.

      So my guess is this is part of the reason the deal isn't as good as last year due to the stronger Canadian $.
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    • simplyton wrote:
      Nov 1st, 2017 9:41 am
      Word of caution
      Others have found that any attempt to add to your tickets that you get what you paid for them NOT what they are worth so your 20% would immediately be lost if trying to add days or hopper etc.
      With previous ticket discounts, you needed to use your ticket (passing through the gate) to lock it in and could then add days/hoppers as if it were a full priced ticket. As today is the first day, I don't imagine anyone has locked in a ticket and reported it.
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    • lonelybadger wrote:
      Nov 1st, 2017 10:18 am
      First time booking disney for my family, is it cheaper to book flight/hotel separately and then add the tickets using the 20% off?
      We went to Disneyland few months ago and didn't stay in the resort. I think you might get a deal of you stay in resort. The best thing for you to do is to ask travel agencies.

      Seeing this deal now is aching me as I paid full price few months ago :(
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    • Thanks,

      Any deals on Universal Studios?

      I know they have a new waterpark open.
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    • Hmmm, I bought Disneyworld tickets during the last sale, banking on the no expiry as I don't intend on going any time soon. If the new sale tickets have an expiry date, any chance they'll retroactively set an expiry date for the tickets from the last sale? I'm wondering if there's something I can print out that will confirm it for me when we finally use them.
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    • Gord18Stirr wrote:
      Nov 1st, 2017 12:40 pm
      Thanks,

      Any deals on Universal Studios?

      I know they have a new waterpark open.
      Recently went - they have a buy two days get two days free deal. I wouldn't however recommend Volcano Bay - it was too busy, even in off season. Better off using two days at Studios and two days at Islands of Adventure.
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    • i wish my kids were older.. I would definitely take advantage. thanks op. hopefully there's this deal two years from now.
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    • Thanks, OP! Going in the new year!
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    • Going to California LA soon... Does anyone know any good tips to get cheap Disneyland tickets there? It would be greatly appreciated! Whoops found it on the op! Thanks!
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    • otaknap wrote:
      Nov 1st, 2017 12:48 pm
      i wish my kids were older.. I would definitely take advantage. thanks op. hopefully there's this deal two years from now.
      Don't wish but enjoy at their age now. They grow up 'really' fast. Please trust me. They literally grow up overnight, like an Aloe plant, if you water them too much.
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    • debating on a ticket/room and dining package they have or this for the spring
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    • We purchased a resort/ticket package a while ago... Still within the cancellation policy, would they do an adjustment with this discount if I called? We didn't get any other promotions on our booking.
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    • I bought my tickets Sept 29 for $330 cad off perkopolis 3 days with early admission. Planning to go in later this November. This is a hot deal considering I could have saved an easy $100 cad off one ticket.
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