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  • On Jun 27, 2019
    Shadazia from NC Asked

    How much are tickets for a 3 year old and a 8 year old for three days and would I need to purchase tickets for a 1 year old and our 3month old twins I would like a package for 3days with 2adult tickets included

    Hi there, ShaDazia, and welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel! 

    I’d be happy to help you price out your December getaway to the Happiest Place on Earth! Ticket pricing is broken down into three categories: Under the age of 3, ages 3-9, and ages 10+. For your family of seven, you’ll need to purchase theme-park tickets for your 3-year-old, 8-year-old, and two adults. Your 1-year-old and 3-month-old twins won’t need a ticket for admission since children under the age of 3 receive complimentary admission. 

    If you’re purchasing tickets online, look for “Parks & Tickets,” then scroll down to select the number of days, which in your case, is three. Next, select the number of tickets. So, for your family, you’ll need two adult tickets, and two tickets for ages 3-9. Next, it’s time to select the type of theme-park ticket you’d prefer. Choose between a 3-Day Ticket with Admission to 1 Park Per Day, or a 3-Day Park Hopper Ticket. The current cost for your four tickets with the 1 Park Per Day option is $1,160, and with the Park Hopper option is $1,380. 

    You’ll also have the option to add Disney MaxPass to your tickets before your transaction is complete. I absolutely love MaxPass! It allows you and your family to make digital Disney FASTPASS selections directly from your mobile device, while using the Disneyland app inside the parks. It also includes unlimited downloads of all your Disney PhotoPass photos for the day, which is a great way to preserve your many magical memories. The current cost of MaxPass is $15 per ticket, per day, so it would add an additional $45 per ticket. You can also choose to add MaxPass to your tickets upon arrival, on a daily basis, after entering the parks. 

    There’s also a wondEARful benefit that comes along with your 3-Day tickets – one Magic Morning early access per ticket! Magic Morning allows early admission into select attractions, stores, entertainment, and dining locations inside Disneyland Park for one hour before opening to the general public. Currently, Magic Morning takes place on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. This is a great way to check off some of your “must-do” attractions bright and early!

    Last but not least, you'll want to get familiar with the two Baby Care Centers, one inside each theme park. The Centers are a great spot to change, nurse, or feed babies and toddlers. If you're in need of any diapers, wipes, or other baby items, you can also purchase them from a vending-style machine inside these Centers.

    I hope this helps as you continue planning your dream vacation to the Disneyland Resort. Please stop by with any additional questions you may have… I’m all EARs!

    Wishing you Disney magic,
    Kristin
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Meet the Panelist: Kristin, California

Hello from sunny California! I currently live less than an hour from the Disneyland Resort, and have been an Annual Passholder for about 20 years! As a mom of three kids under the age of 7, I consider myself an expert at navigating the Disneyland Resort with little ones. My family of five can’t get enough of the magic and happiness we encounter every time we step foot on Main Street, U.S.A. I look forward to sprinkling pixie dust on your next visit to “The Happiest Place on Earth!”

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