Starting Jun. 11, Annual Passholders can take advantage of discounted Disneyland tickets and enjoy the summer festivities with their besties! From now until Sep. 3, Disneyland passholders can purchase two 1-Day Park Hopper tickets per day for up to 40 percent off!

Disneyland announced the discount in honor of National Best Friends Day and as a way to share all the new Pixar Fest activities that are happening through the hot summer months. With the newly redesigned Pixar Pier opening in just two short weeks, heading to the park with your pals seems like a no-brainer.

The discounted tickets can be purchased at any Disneyland Resort Ticket Booth or at a Disney Desk at participating Good Neighbor Hotels. Annual Passholders must make the purchase and tickets are only valid on non-blockout days. Passholders must accompany their guest at the gate to enjoy the fun!

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Because summer typically sees tons of blackout days for passholders to make way for non-locals, Disneyland is also un-blocking a handful of days to further the enjoy the discounted program. SoCal Select, SoCal and Deluxe pass holders can enjoy the new dates below that were previously blocked out:

  • SoCal Select: Jun. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18, 19 and 20
  • SoCal: Jun. 15, 16, 20, 21 and 22
  • Deluxe: Jun. 16

The discount applies to several tickets but is still subject to the tiered pricing system. The Value Park Hopper, Regular Park Hopper and Peak Park Hopper tickets are all available for purchase and you can save some major bucks this summer by checking the prices below.

  • Value Park Hopper Price: $89
  • Regular Park Hopper Price: $99
  • Peak Park Hopper Price: $109

Be sure to check the Disneyland Blockout Calendar before heading to the park with your best friends to avoid hitting a blackout date! The available dates are a combination of weekdays and sure to be busy weekends.

––Karly Wood

Feature Photo: Andy Castro via Flickr

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