dlr destinations 01; Adults; AA; in front of Pixar Pal-A-Round; on water; at night
  • On Jul 9, 2024
    John from CA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We have 6 people all in California residents. Do all have to show Id ?

    Hi John! Thanks for dropping by planDisney.

    Are you inquiring about a SoCal Ticket Deal? These ticket offers, which are sometimes available for purchase at a great value for eligible Guests, do require Guests to show a valid government-issued photo ID for entry. Unfortunately, there is no Disneyland Resort deal for residents of SoCal or California available at this time. With the purchase of a standard ticket for your preferred park day, there is no reason to show identification at entry. The Cast Member at the entrance will take a quick photo of each Guest, which will link the Guest with their ticket, identifying them going forward.

    I'm sorry if you were hoping for a resident discount. You can check out the current Offers & Discounts page to see what discounts might apply to you. If you'd like more access to the magic of the parks at a great value, your group might be interested in the 3-Day Disneyland Ticket Offer, which is valid this summer subject to restrictions and the availability of theme park reservations. Check out the terms to see if this deal would work for you! Prices and terms are subject to change.

    In addition to a standard ticket, every Guest also needs a theme park reservation to enter the parks, and the availability of these reservations is not guaranteed. Your preferred park date is fast approaching, and popular days or parks can fill up. I checked theme park reservation availability for you, and at this time, you're still in the clear to make a reservation at either park. That could change quickly, however. I'd suggest making your admission ticket purchase online as soon as possible to avoid arriving to find out your preferred park is full for the day.

    At this time, when you make a ticket purchase, you select your preferred date and park, which becomes your theme park reservation. If you choose the Park Hopper option, you're selecting the park you want to start your day in. Later in the day, you can hop to the other park and back again if you want!

    I hope this helps.

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