Digital News Report- In our dire economic times, the idea of traveling to Disneyland may seem like an option too expensive for most people. However, Disney is offering a number of cost saving ways to enjoy the Happiest Place on Earth.
For those who are traveling far for their dream vacation, it might be wise to plan around a family members birthday. Admission to Disneyland and Walt Disneyworld is free on that day all through 2009. Anyone over the age of three is welcome to sign up on the Disney website. Children under three do not require an admission ticket to enter a Disney park.
For southern California residents, a new payment installment option for their annual passes. Guests choosing this option will pay for the cost of a 1-Day, 1-Park ticket upon purchase and will pay the remaining amount over the next 12 months, with no finance charges applied. For example, a Guest purchasing a Southern California Select Annual Passport for $134 would pay $69 at the time of purchase — with the remaining balance of $65 spread out over the next 12 months.
“Annual Passports provide a great entertainment value and flexibility for our Guests who make frequent visits to our parks throughout the year,” said Jill Estorino, senior vice president of Marketing for the Disneyland Resort. “Through this new program, Guests can literally turn a one-day ticket into an Annual Pass for less than $6 a month.
“This program was based on feedback from our current Annual Passholders — and we’re excited to provide them with this new option just in time for the holidays,” added Estorino.
The Monthly Payment program for Annual Passports is offered only to Southern California residents within the 90000 and 93599 zip codes.