LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Disneyland has brought back its annual pass for Southern California residents, Disney announced Thursday.
The Southern California Annual Passport provides admission to Disneyland and California Adventure on most weekdays and select Sundays for $459 annually. Renewing pass-holders are eligible for a $20 discount.
The pass can be used on about 200 days in a given year, the Orange County Register reported. The park had discontinued selling new Southern California passes two years ago to reduce crowds, the Register added.
Disneyland late last year closed some attractions to make room for a forthcoming “Star Wars”-themed park.
Residents from San Diego to north of San Luis Obispo are eligible for the passes.
The pass is available at Disneyland Resort box offices and will be sold on the Disneyland website at a later date.