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[Walt Disney World/Disneyland] 20% off Canadian Resident Discount on Tickets is Back! (Disneyland only now)

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20% off Canadian Resident Discount on Tickets is Back! (Disneyland only now)

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Looks like Disney just brought the 20% Canadian resident ticket discount back for both Walt Disney World in Orlando and Disneyland in Anaheim!

Walt Disney World - https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/en_CA ... da-ticket/
Canadian residents like you can save 20% on a 4-day or longer Walt Disney World theme park ticket and enjoy admission to one theme park per day―or add a Park Hopper ticket so you can visit multiple parks on the same day―valid for selected start date on or before December 31, 2020.
Book by February 7th, 2020.

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Disneyland - https://disneyland.disney.go.com/offers ... y-tickets/
With this offer, Canadian residents like you can save 20% on the advance purchase of a 3-day or longer, 1 park per day ticket.
Book by February 16th, 2020.

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Good deal! No discount for California Adventure?
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ariel wrote: Good deal! No discount for California Adventure?
Disneyland discount says it's for "1 park per day" tickets. There are only two parks there.... The Disneyland and California Adventure parks. It is good for both.
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Is this really a deal? Seems like cruise ships to me. There's always some promotion going on, but you're never actually saving money and it always costs the same. It's like Canadian tire. 20% off+ is the going rate!
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Pretty sure it used to be 25% no? Disney counting on our dollar getting better in the next half year? Or just getting more greedy? I’ll go with the latter lol. Frankly I’m just glad we get a Canadian discount at all as Disney is already crazy expensive but having no CAD discount would be dreadful.
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Behacad wrote: Is this really a deal? Seems like cruise ships to me. There's always some promotion going on, but you're never actually saving money and it always costs the same. It's like Canadian tire. 20% off+ is the going rate!
Yes, this is really a deal.
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ClarkZuckerberg wrote: Pretty sure it used to be 25% no? Disney counting on our dollar getting better in the next half year? Or just getting more greedy? I’ll go with the latter lol. Frankly I’m just glad we get a Canadian discount at all as Disney is already crazy expensive but having no CAD discount would be dreadful.
WDW was 20% but Disneyland had 25% off last time around so you're not getting as much of a discount there. I think overall park attendance is down (maybe because of the price increases) so that's probably why we're seeing this deal now.
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4 days is a damm long time to spend at a theme park. I did it 2 years ago.

We stayed at a nearby hotel and went back at noon for naps and food. Then went back to park in the evening.

Hit the park as early as possible to avoid lines and buy the Express pass if you can afford it. 45 lineups are the norm. Not fun. (Edit: fast pass Max -addon)

Download the disney app. It'll save you time by allowing you to book rides and restaurants. Also maps and gps.
Theres also ride descriptons and thrill/severity ratings.
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If you want to go to Disney go to the one in Tokyo. I spent less on tickets there than at Canada’s Wonderland. They also don’t gouge on food. I paid $65 to feed 6 people at the park.
It cost me half of what it would have Cost to go to Disney in Orlando.
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najibs wrote: If you want to go to Disney go to the one in Tokyo. I spent less on tickets there than at Canada’s Wonderland. They also don’t gouge on food. I paid $65 to feed 6 people at the park.
It cost me half of what it would have Cost to go to Disney in Orlando.
And you get to go to two of the best theme parks in the work! Tokyo Disney Sea is legendary!
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Is there a way they sell in CDN price or all Disney prices are in USD?
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bman95 wrote: And you get to go to two of the best theme parks in the work! Tokyo Disney Sea is legendary!
Yeah it was a quick trip and we we had time for was Disney Sea. Hopefully next year in Japan again we will do Disney World and Universal in Osaka.
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bman95 wrote: And you get to go to two of the best theme parks in the work! Tokyo Disney Sea is legendary!
They also have some of the best theme park food I've ever had!
Going broke saving money
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greg123 wrote: Is there a way they sell in CDN price or all Disney prices are in USD?
Anything directly through Disney will be charged in USD. To get the best exchange rate buy Canadian Disney gift cards and use those to pay for the tickets (or anything else you'd book from them).
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TomRFD wrote: Anything directly through Disney will be charged in USD. To get the best exchange rate buy Canadian Disney gift cards and use those to pay for the tickets (or anything else you'd book from them).
Is this because you avoid the Creditcard "convenience fee"?

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