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  • On May 17, 2023
    J from ID 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 wanted to just visit Disneyland park on May 20, how much will it cost to get in the park, over 10 4 tickets and one child age 6. I am military vet and over 65. Jim Thanks.

    Hiya, Jim,

    Thanks for visiting us at planDisney. And thanks for your service to our nation. Walt Disney always seemed to have a special place in his heart for this country and those who served to protect it.

    If you or a member of your party is an active or retired member of the US Military, including Veterans with a 100% service-connected disability, you may be eligible to purchase 3-day or 4-day promotional theme park tickets for US Military Members. The 2023 promotional tickets for eligible US Military members are all Park Hopper tickets and can be purchased at a participating US Military base ticket office. Military promotional ticket prices are subject to change and are as follows:

    • 3-Day Military Promotional Park Hopper Ticket: $245
    • 3-Day Military Promotional Park Hopper Ticket with Disney Genie+ Service: $320
    • 4-Day Military Promotional Park Hopper Ticket: $280
    • 4-Day Military Promotional Park Hopper Ticket with Disney Genie+ Service: $380

    Guests who are not eligible for promotional tickets may purchase standard theme park tickets. Again, ticket prices are subject to change and will vary depending on the date of the visit and the number of days of the visit. For example, a Tier 5 One-day, One-Park Theme Park Ticket for May 20, 2023, costs $169 for Guests ages 10 and over and $159 for Guests ages 3-9. For a party of five, including one child, the total for that type of ticket would be $835. There are no taxes added for theme park tickets purchased for California parks. Pre-purchasing the Disney Genie+ service as an optional add-on currently costs $25 per ticket per day.

    Note that theme park reservations are required to visit the Disneyland Resort parks and may be booked up to 120 days in advance. Reservation availability is limited. So I recommend purchasing tickets as early as possible to book reservations with those tickets. When purchasing tickets directly from the Disneyland Resort website or using the Disneyland mobile app, park reservations are automatically booked at the same time. Tickets purchased elsewhere, such as from a military base, may need to be linked to a Disneyland Resort account before booking park reservations.

    Thanks for visiting us at planDisney, Jim. I hope you and your party have a magical time visiting The Happiest Place on Earth.


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