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  • On Mar 18, 2024
    Teresa 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.

    Hi, I am a SoCal resident and would like to take advantage of the SoCal ticket at Disneyland Anaheim. I don't have a Cali license for ID but I do have my Green Card. Am I able to use that along with a tenancy/utility bill or such other proof?

    Greetings, Teresa, welcome to planDisney! How exciting to see you are planning an upcoming trip to the Disneyland Resort! It's an exciting time to visit, spring weather is always beautiful.

    I'm happy to share how you can take advantage of being a Southern California (CA) resident for current and future special offers for the Disneyland Resort. While you have a government-issued photo ID in the form of a permanent resident "green" card, the requirement is that you must show residency within zip codes 90000-93599 on the same government-issued photo ID. The Disneyland Resort does not currently accept utility bills for proof of residency. After some research, I found that permanent residents can apply for a CA ID/Real-ID card, which is an acceptable proof of residency for Disneyland Resort. If you visit the CA Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) government website, you can find more information on applying for an ID and making an appointment. Just know that when you get your CA ID, you'll have to bring the card to the resort. A temporary paper or receipt will not suffice for proof.

    It looks like your arrival will be soon, so you may not have enough time to get a CA ID, but if your dates are flexible, the savings might be worth it to wait until you can get the CA ID. The SoCal Resident Tickets are valid through June 2, 2024. Once you can provide valid proof of residency, as a CA resident, did you know that you can also consider a Magic Key pass with monthly payments? This gives you a year of magic and unlocked extras to enjoy. At this time, Magic Key passes are still available for sale. If you plan to visit multiple times in the year, it may be a good fit for you. You can check out the Magic Key Buying Guide for more information. You'll also want to check out the Magic Key calendar so you can see what dates are available to reserve.

    Well, Teresa, I hope this helps and you're able to visit the Happiest Place on Earth real soon. If anything else comes to mind before your visit, feel free to send over another message - we're here to help!

    Magic awaits,

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Meet the Panelist: Camille, California

Hiya pals! I’m a California dreamer, wife of over 20 years, and mama to five. Traveling to Disneyland with a large family is fun and sometimes overwhelming, but I'm here to help! When I'm not strolling down Main Street, U.S.A. with a churro in hand, I'm crafting gifts for my shop and supporting organizations with HR, branding, and communications! I love finding ways to infuse Disney magic into every aspect of my life! I can’t wait to show you a whole new world at the Disneyland Resort! Learn More About Camille

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