PHOENIX - If you feel like changing up your Halloween routine this year, check out this Disneyland deal in California.
Every Thursday, ABC15.com will feature travel deals for Arizonans.
This week's deal from AAA Arizona is a great way to plan a fall vacation with your family:
The summer crowds have skedaddled, making fall the perfect time to plan a visit to Disneyland® Parks.
Enjoy the new attractions, parades, and special events like Halloween Time at the Disneyland® Resort through Oct. 31, when it's more magical and affordable than ever.
Book now and save up to 30 percent* at a Disneyland® Resort Hotel, including:
• Disney's Paradise Pier® Hotel
• Disneyland® Hotel
• Disney's Grand Californian Hotel® & Spa
Turn your Disney hotel stay into an unforgettable vacation!
Upgrade to a 2-night or longer AAA Vacations® package including Theme Park tickets and a variety of magical extras that will make your vacation even more memorable!
For more information or to book, call 1-877-731-3938 or visit AAAAZ.com/travel .
*30% savings based on the non-discounted price for the same room at Disney's Paradise Pier® Hotel. Offer valid for arrivals most nights from October 2, 2011 through December 24th, 2011 when booked between September 13, 2011 and October 15, 2011, and for arrivals most nights from November 1, 2011 to December 24, 2011 when booked between October 16, 2011 to December 10, 2011. Travel must be completed by December 25, 2011. Other restrictions apply. Applies only to standard and concierge level rooms and not valid with previously booked rooms. Other room rates and hotel rates will vary. Excludes taxes and fees. Blackout dates of 11/23/11 through 11/25/11. Advance reservations required. Subject to availability as the number of rooms allocated for this offer is restricted. Limit two (2) rooms per reservation and five (5) people maximum per room. Not valid in combination with any other hotel discounts or offers. Subject to change without notice.
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