California’s Disneyland Resort has revealed a series of discounted ticket offers ahead of this week’s ‘Black Friday’ sales extravaganza.
Tickets are priced at $70 (£55/€61) per day when purchased as a three-day, one-park-per-day ticket – half the price of the usual ticket, according to the Theme Park Insider website.
These discounted tickets can be used any time between January 7 and May 23 next year, with the exception of the period from April 14-22.
All tickets also include ‘Magic Morning’ admission to Disneyland, but must be used within 13 days of the first visit on the ticket.
Three-day tickets are priced at $210, but visitors can upgrade these to include MaxPass for an extra $30 and Park Hopper for an additional $50.
Four-day tickets will cost $229, while a five-day ticket comes in at $239. The Park Hopper option is an extra $50, while MaxPass will cost an additional $10 per day.
Visitors can buy up to eight discounted tickets each per day until May 18.
Opened in 1955, Disneyland Resort in Anaheim comprises two parks in the form of Disneyland and Disney California Adventure.
Three official Disney hotels are also on site while visitors can enjoy a host of other attractions such as Downtown Disney, Napa Rise and World of Disney.