Disneyland- Mainstreet Station; day; train pulling in
  • On Jan 11, 2024
    Joe from WA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I want to stay 3 nights at the Disneyland Resort, either Paradise Pier or Disneyland Hotel. March 20th check in, and check out on March 23rd. I want to purchase park hopper tickets for two full days, and a standard ticket for one day, how can I do this?

    A warm planDisney welcome to you, Joe. Thanks for stopping by with your fantastic question. I'm so excited to hear that you are planning to visit the Disneyland Resort soon and I'm thrilled to help.

    A visit to the Happiest Place on Earth sounds like an amazing plan. There are a couple of ways to book your visit. If you want to purchase two different types of theme park tickets, you can make your hotel and theme park ticket purchases separately. Visit the Disneyland site to book your hotel and then purchase your theme park tickets. When you purchase your theme park tickets, you can purchase your two-day Park Hopper ticket and then make a separate purchase for the One Park Per Day theme park ticket. 

    You can also consider purchasing a Disneyland Vacation Package. With this option, you can book your Disneyland Resort hotel bundled with a two-day Park Hopper ticket for your visit. You can then make a separate purchase for your One Park Per Day theme park ticket. With a vacation package, you will receive your theme park tickets via email four days before your arrival date. Although you won't receive your theme park tickets right away, you will want to make your theme park reservations as soon as possible. To do this, you will add your vacation package to your Disney account by linking your hotel reservation and then clicking "Make Theme Park Reservations."

    I'm so glad to hear that you will be staying at a Disneyland Resort hotel. I love staying on property in the Disney bubble and there are so many benefits when you do. My favorite is the Early Entry benefit which allows you to enter the theme parks 30 minutes before the park officially opens. Make sure to check the hours and events calendar to confirm which theme park is offering Early Entry on the day of your visit and that your theme park reservations align. The Disneyland Hotel is my favorite place to stay. It's so classic and I love the nostalgic vibes it gives me. Plus, there's great access to take the Disneyland Monorail into the park from Downtown Disney District. It makes for a great first ride of the day!

    Well, Joe, I hope this gives you a good start for planning your magical visit. It won't be long until you will be walking down Main Street, U.S.A. with Sleep Beauty Castle in the distance. If you need any other tips or advice for your trip, come back to see us. Here's wishing you happy planning!

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