Disneyland Theme Park & Club Passes
Passports to Disneyland in Anaheim, California, let visitors enjoy rides, shops, and other attractions at the theme park for a set number of days or year-round. An annual pass provides bulk-rate access for regular guests and typically also provides special offers on purchases and access to special Passholder events. Each pass comes with a visitor limit.What are the different types of Disneyland passes?
Visitors to Disneyland or Disney California Adventure have a wide range of Disney ticket options, including those described below:
- Standard Pass: Standard Disney passes provide access to either theme park for one to five days, and three-, four-, and five-day passes come with Magic Morning early admission.
- Annual Pass: Annual passports allow entry to both Disneyland and Disney California Adventure year-round. The Deluxe Disney pass provides admission on select days of the year, while the Signature pass offers admission on most days and covers theme park parking. The Signature Plus pass lets you visit every day of the year and comes with the Disney MaxPass digital tool and parking.
- Special Event Pass: These tickets are good for special events on select days of the year, such as Halloween.
The different types of Disneyland passes have various features that you might want to consider when buying one. These features and restrictions may include the following and more:
- Blackout Dates: Some annual passports don't allow visits on certain days of the year.
- Park Hopper Options: A Park Hopper pass lets you visit Disneyland and Disneyland California Adventure on the same day, and some Park Hopper Disney tickets also let you visit Disneyland Resort.
- Guest Limits: Some passes are for use by adults or kids only, and others are exclusive to Southern California residents.
- Discounts: Disney Deluxe passes allow up to 10% off select dining purchases and merchandise, whereas Signature passports offer discounts of 15% for dining and 20% for merchandise.
- Disney MaxPass: Some passes come with the MaxPass digital tool, which lets you bypass long lines and download photos of your visit that are taken by Disneyland photographers.
Disney passports from the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s, during the Magic Kingdom's early days, are collector's items. Vintage tickets come in the form of coupon booklets instead of glossy cards, with five levels of separate adult and child coupons. Vintage tickets typically allowed access to a fixed list of attractions instead of the entire park, and such tickets are listed as A, B, C, D, and E coupons in vintage coupon booklets.Content provided for informational purposes only. eBay is not affiliated with or endorsed by Disney.