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  • On May 20, 2019
    Beth from CA Asked

    I got two tickets for me and my husband, but he only has his consolar ID. Can he still go in with the SoCal Resident Ticket?

    Hiya, Beth!

    I hope you enjoyed the recently-ended SoCal Resident Ticket offer. As you know, each adult using a SoCal Resident ticket must show a valid government-issued photo ID and proof of residency. As long as a government-issued consular ID includes a photo of the ID holder, it would work as an acceptable form of ID. And if the ID also indicates the current place of residence within the required postal codes for the given offer, then I would expect it to serve as adequate proof of residency as well!

    That ID might come in handy should you also be interested in other offers, such as the Disney Southern California Select Passport, available for residents within the ZIP codes 90000 to 93599. Monthly payments are also available for guests who reside within the ZIP codes 90000 to 96199. Eligible guests may participate in the monthly payment program with any of the currently offered Disneyland Resort Annual Passports. That even includes new Disney Flex Passport. This unique new offering includes “Good to Go” dates, just a small number of blockout dates, and a large selection of dates that may be reserved, up to two reservation dates at a time within a 30-day window. It’s a great way to experience all the new offerings at the Disneyland Resort, such as Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, which opens this week!

    I hope to see ya real soon at the Disneyland Resort, Beth!

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