but getting something extra, along with the savings with a CityPass makes a trip to Southern California this year really affordable. This is the year to put a Southern California getaway on the calendar.
Anaheim, CA (PRWEB) February 18, 2009
CityPass®, the consumer-friendly program of discounted admission tickets to popular museums and attractions, is already a bargain when visiting Southern California theme parks. A family of four can save $386 on admissions to five parks with Southern California CityPass but with Disneyland® Resort's Birthday Treat promotion, CityPass is an even greater value.
Visitors who use CityPass on their birthday at Disneyland park this year join in the "Free On Your Birthday" celebration, and receive a choice of one of these special Disney birthday treats: A Birthday Fun Card, worth $69, and valid for purchases of park merchandise, Disney's PhotoPass on-site services and tour experiences, a Special Birthday FASTPASS® ticket, providing four entitlements of FastPass entrances at select attractions for up to six guests, or a Disneyland Resort 1-Day/1-Park Ticket that can be used by the birthday celebrant to return any day during the next 12 months.
Disneyland Resort guests can present their Southern California CityPass and government-issued proof of birth date at Disneyland park's Main Entrance to receive their Birthday Treat options, but registering in advance at http://www.disneybirthdaytreat.com is recommended to save time. Restrictions apply to the use of the merchandise card. The promotion is valid through December 31, 2009.
Disney's "Free on your Birthday" is the first-ever opportunity for guests to receive a complimentary birthday ticket to one of the Walt Disney World® Resort or Disneyland Resort theme parks, and the first effort to recognize a growing family travel trend called "celebration vacations." Combining the use of a money-and time-saving CityPass on a visitor's birthday adds another big savings, in park merchandise, time savings at the park's most popular rides, or a free ticket to visit the park on another day.
"Just being in Disneyland park anytime with your family is a celebration," says Mike Gallagher, co-founder of CityPass, "but getting something extra, along with the savings with a CityPass makes a trip to Southern California this year really affordable. This is the year to put a Southern California getaway on the calendar."
Southern California CityPass includes admission to visit both Disneyland park and Disney's California Adventure park with a 3-Day Park Hopper® bonus ticket. CityPass also includes one Magic Morning early Disneyland park entry one day, one day at Universal Studios Hollywood featuring The Simpsons Ride,™ one day at SeaWorld® San Diego, including all shows and rides, and an Option ticket for either the San Diego Zoo and unlimited use of its Guided Bus Tour, or San Diego Zoo's Wild Animal Park, including the Journey into Africa Tour, Conservation Carousel and all shows and exhibits.
The cost of Southern California CityPass is $259 for adults, a savings of $106, and $219 for children age 3-9, a savings of $77. Ticket booklets are valid for fourteen days from first use, allowing plenty of time to enjoy the parks and the surrounding Southern California sights and scenery.
Southern California CityPass is sold at each participating attraction or online at http://www.citypass.com. CityPass saves time and money on the most popular museums and attractions in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Hollywood, Houston, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle, Toronto, Canada, and Southern California. Recorded information is available toll free, 877-THEPASS (877-843-7277) or direct, 707-256-0490. CityPass. It's the ticket that makes the trip.