Discussion in 'Disneyland (California)' started by dtnrhi, Sep 30, 2012.
How much are tickets through AAA? I'm in AZ if that matters.
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According to the sheet I picked up from them two weeks ago (at the Phoenix office on East Glendale Avenue), here is the pricing:
2-Day Park Hopper - Adult: $190, Child: $178 (includes free parking) - $10 savings on each ticket plus $15 savings on parking.
3-Day Park Hopper - Adult: $237, Child: $222 (includes free parking and one Magic Morning) - $13 savings on each ticket plus $15 savings on parking.
4-Day Park Hopper - Adult: $261, Child: $241 (includes free parking and one Magic Morning) - $14 savings on each ticket plus $15 savings on parking.
5-Day Park Hopper - Adult: $275, Child: $255 (includes free parking and one Magic Morning) - $15 savings on each ticket plus $15 savings on parking.
I paid 475.00 for two 3 day hopper tickets (adults) and it includes parking for each day.
How are you getting these AAA discounted tickets? I called my local office and was quoted the same price as the DL website. This was after they quoted me the WDW price and I questioned it. Needless to say, they were less than informed which made me not want to purchase anything from them.
I walked in to my AAA office in central Phoenix and asked about pricing for the tickets (I wasn't ready to buy that day as we didn't know how many days we were going to get). The very nice woman asked for my AAA card and swiped it into the computer to validate that I was an actual AAA member. She then handed me a flyer that included ticket prices for Disneyland as well as SeaWorld, Six Flags, LegoLand, and even AMC movie theatres.
She walked me through the DL park hopper pricing and the savings and noted that all the park hopper tickets included free parking as well as Magic Mornings for the 3, 4, and 5 day park hoppers.
There is a disclaimer at the bottom that the prices quoted are for Arizona AAA stores only. I don't know your location, so that may be why your office is quoting different prices.
I'm in Oregon and paid the price listed above (237 each 3 day park hopper with parking) it's online and I called the travel lady at my local AAA center.
That is the same as what I found online for Northern California AAA and what I was quoted at the office.
We got the discounted rate at the Warrenton, OR office but had to book our room too.
Could someone get me prices for 3Day One Park Per Day tickets? Thanks!
$220 per person for the 3-day, One Park Per Day ticket. That includes parking an one MM day.
Is this AAA Price?
AAA price and Disney price are the same. The benefit to ordering from AAA is that you get free parking.
Yes it is. Taken right from the AAA website.
Is there extra taxes or fees on AAA Disneyland tickets?
No. All tickets sold in California (for California Theme Parks) are tax inclusive.
Does anyone know the price list for WDW? I am considering joining AAA, but will do it this month if the discounts are good. I am looking at a 6 or 7 day pass. I would appreciate any info, since non-members can't access this.
Presumably you have access to the internet, since you made a post here. Why would not simply go to the AAA site and get the information directly from them?
I think what one of the posters noted is that you can get slightly discounted tickets when walking into an AAA office as opposed to getting them over the internet. I knew you could do that in CA, but didn't in AZ - which I WILL be taking advantage of *G*
If you have an entertainment card you can get tix for less. I paid less than 1000 for 3 day passes for a family of 5 (all 3 kids for children price) last May. Our tickets were not park hopper however. I didn't feel we needed it and we didn't. We did one day CA and 2 DL.
I am a researcher and I did a lot of looking and this was definitely the best price available for 3 day and not living in CA.
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