Sometimes, heading over to Disneyland and reliving our childhood is just what we need.
At Disneyland Resort, you can blast off to outer space, venture up jungle rivers, encounter ghosts, pirates and flying elephants, and find yourself laughing, flying, spinning, and splashing through attractions whose memories will never fade.
To make it easier, AAA Travel offers three ways to save on tickets:
PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE
--2- to 5-day Park Per Day and Park Hopper tickets are available
--Receive FREE parking at the Disneyland Resort Theme Parks with a multi-day ticket .
--Receive one Magic Morning early entry admission at Disneyland Resort park per ticket with a multi-day ticket that includes 3 or more days.
--Tickets include FREE parking (up to a $15 value) at themed parking lots.
PURCHASE DISNEYLAND VACATION PACKAGES ONLINE
--Enjoy special rates and discounts when you book Disneyland Resort Vacations online.
--Outside of the park, AAA offers Disney Magic Moments Savings, which can help travelers save up to 15 percent off the room portion on selected packages at the Hotels of Disneyland Resort, participating Disneyland Resort Good Neighbor Hotels, and San Diego area hotels.
--Receive the AAA Vacations Diamond Savings Card, which offers savings of 10 to 20 percent at many dining and merchandise locations throughout Disneyland Resort and on Disneyland Park Tours.
--Souvenir ticket will serve as a free parking pass at Mickey and Friends parking structure.
--Collectible trading pin lanyard & luggage tag
For more information, visit www.az.aaa.com/travel/disney .
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