When going to Disney in California you have a few different options for Disneyland Tickets. You have 1 park tickets, park hopper tickets, and then you have the option for a Disneyland Annual Pass. Prices vary by age. The more days you stay, the more the Disneyland Tickets cost will go down per day. If you will go more than five days within a year, a Disneyland Annual Pass will be worth the cost. Especially when you factor in the discounts on merchandise and dining the annual passes bring.
When you buy these Disneyland Tickets, they may include a Magic Morning early admission, but those are typically only included on the park hopper passes. What is Magic Morning Early Admission? This is where Disneyland is opened early for those with a ticket that they purchased that includes it or those staying at one of the Disneyland Hotels. Not all attractions are open during this Magic Morning Early Admission time. The passes with a Magic Morning Early Admission feature added are called Bonus Tickets, for example there are 1 or 2 Day Passes and 3-6 Day Passes all have Bonus Tickets attached.
- 1 Park Per Day Tickets – You can buy these Disneyland Tickets for up to 6 days. You saving per ticket go up the more tickets you buy.
- Park Hopper Passes – These Disneyland Tickets are available in increments of 1 to 6 days and they let you park hop all you want. With the parks being so close, these are nice to have and are typically only $15 more than the 1 Park Per Day Tickets.
- Southern California CityPass – This includes access to Universal Studios Hollywood and you get a 3-Day Disneyland Resort Park Hopper Bonus Ticket (Park Hopper plus 1 Magic Morning Early Admission)
Your other option would be to get a Disneyland Annual pass. The Disneyland Annual pass can save you more than the park hoppers depending on how long you will visit Disneyland.
You can Disneyland Tickets direct from Disney or you can use a discount Disneyland Tickets retailer.