DisneyLand/California Adventure 4 Day Park-Hopper for Price of 3 Days (AU $512.87) through Expedia

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Book a 4-Day Park-Hopper Ticket by May 31st 2019 and redeem now – August 31st 2019 to receive 4 days for the price of 3 days (price listed reflects savings).

We are off to Disney and have booked this deal. With the Australian dollar tanking, it worked out cheaper than 3 days with undercover tourist. Plus maybe 7% cashback from cashrewards, though not counting on it.

Will be there in 11 days! Only using it for 3 days though.

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    4 days is a LONG time to spend in the two parks - just FYI.

    Disney World is a different story.

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      I respectfully disagree :) I have had a 5 day ticket there and could probably have stayed longer!

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      For those who want longer, qantas holidays sells the 10 day park hopper for aussies who want to spend longer there. From memory it's tied to the us dollar but was about aud 600 per adult 2 years back. 10 days seems like ages but if you want to chill, see the fireworks and world of colour a few times and not rush I think it's worth it. Also recommend for those looking to go and spend longer that one of the party look into whether an annual pass is worthwhile as you get discounts on food and merch - suggest its your better half as then you get to sit while they order the meals ;)

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      We did Disneyland in one day was many years when adventure land was just a carpark. Had 2 day pass so did it all a second time. Universal studios was more enjoyable

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      Do you have an It's a small world horror story?

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      Man you must be doing it wrong. 10 day parkhopper is the best way to do it. Even if you only go into the parks in the evening for a few of those days.

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      Nah, we had max passes and still didn't get to everything. Yes, you could do the rides but then there are shows and characters meets etc.

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    FYI the parks are expected to be insanely packed due to new Star Wars area opening from May 31, on top of the already usually packed summer crowds (And you can't even get into the new area before June 23 without a booking, which I think is booked out) (And even after June 23 you will only have a limited time in the new area until the hype goes down).

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    price on title

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    FYI
    You can call up Flight Centre and get a 10 Day Holiday Pass Park Hopper (Infinity - 10 Day Disneyland Hopper Tkt) for $485 AUD per person.
    I'm negging because Flight Centre are actually cheaper! Sorry!
    (I bought one last year, hopefully the offer is still around - you need to ask them for it though)

    10 Day Disneyland Resort Park Hopper Ticket
    INCLUSIONS
    Includes:-
    • 10 days entry to Disneyland Park and Disney's Adventure Park (valid to visit both
    parks on the same day)
    One Magic Morning admission for early entry into a designated theme park.
    Please exchange your voucher at any Main Entrance Ticket Window or at the Downtown
    Disney Ticket Booth to receive your admission tickets. Guest staying at a Disneyland
    Resort Hotel may exchange their voucher at the Hotel Front Front Desk upon check-in
    for admission tickets. Photo identification will be required for issuance of all Disneyland
    Resort Theme Park tickets.
    Voucher must be redeemed within 60 days of the date of original arrival. All Disneyland
    Resort Park Hopper tickets expire 13 days after first use. Unused admission tickets are
    not refundable.
    Magic Morning admission allows admission into selected attractions at a designated
    Disneyland Resort Theme Park before the park opens to the general public. To enhance
    the Magic Morning experience, it is strongly recommended that you arrive at least 1
    hour and 15 minutes prior to regular park opening. Magic Morning admission is based
    on availability and does not operate daily. Applicable theme park, days and times
    of operaton and all other elements including, but not limited to, operation of attractions,
    entertainment, stores estaurants and apperances of charaters may vary and are subject
    to change without notice. Subject to capacity and other restrictions.
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    Bring someone to carry you, I'm just getting on a plane home in an hour and my legs are destroyed (we did do LV and SF as well though)

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      Check Craigslist and hire a disabled person for the day to get to the front of the lines.

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    Three days will be perfect- you won’t feel pressured to jam it all into two days and stay until midnight! It’s too long and exhausting. Plus, you’ll have time to revisit a couple of your favourites 😉
    I disagree that Universal is better - it all depends on the age group. You absolutely can’t beat Disney for young ones. Ours loved Legoland and SeaWorld too if you’ve got time. Have a great holiday!

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      My girls are aged 6 and 9. I did Universal 20 years ago and wasn't hugely impressed comparing it to Disney World Florida.

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        Disney will be absolutely perfect for them - they’ll love it! You will definitely notice the difference from 20 years ago. I went when I was a kid as well and i can’t recall it being so busy. It’s crazy busy now and given the cost you feel under pressure to stay until midnight just to get it all done. Hence, the three days gives you the opportunity you need to recover for the next day.

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    Not sure how this is cheaper than Undercover tourist
    3 Day Hopper $327.95/$475.2898551 USD/AUD
    4 Day Hoppers $350.95/$508.6231884 USD/AUD

    And the Expedia deal shows for the 3 Day hopper for $476.97 so not really a free day. Without the promo price they have it for $510.55 not $512.87 as well.

    Before I neg am I missing something here? Gong through the same process to get tickets now and didn't get the same result.

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      My decision was based on the following. With today's exchange rate, the Undercover tourist worked out to be about $AU30 cheaper as I have to buy the MaxPass with the Expedia Australia (it was included with the Undercover tourist). This is for the 3 day pass. However I was hoping for the 7% cashreward cashback which cashrewards has just confirmed for me of $139.55 Now I get it $100 cheaper and an extra day (which I can't really use except maybe a late night visit on the day we arrive or early morning visit on the day we leave. But for someone who does want 4 days, the expedia deal wins.

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