Disneyland Resort and Southern California LIVE! Guidebook

PassPorter's Disneyland LIVE! Guidebook
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Money-Saving Programs (continued)

Entertainment Book—This coupon book offers discounts on area attractions, restaurants, and services. Disneyland isn’t currently among them (though some eateries within driving distance are), but the North Orange County edition does have discounts for Knott’s Berry Farm, Medieval Times, etc. Price is $40/book or $2/month for mobile app. For details, call 888-231-SAVE (888-231-7283) or visit http://www.entertainment.com.

American Automobile Association (AAA)—AAA members can book Disneyland vacation packages with special perks, but the prices aren’t generally discounted. Discounts on Disneyland admission are available only through Southern California AAA offices—check with your local office for details. Note that while AAA members received discounts on Disneyland hotels and guided tours in the past, they do not currently receive them. Call 800-222-6424 or visit http://www.aaa.com.

ARES Travel—A Southern California-based travel planning service and ticketing agency that offers excellent discounts on lodging and attraction passes, including Disneyland Park Hopper passes. For information call 800-680-0977 or visit http://www.arestravel.com.

Downtown Disney Customer Clubs—Several Downtown Disney tenants have “clubs” that you can join and get discounts, nationwide. The AMC Theater has the AMC Stubs Club ($10 membership), which allows you to accrue points for various benefits—sign up at https://www.amctheatres.com/amcstubs-info. And Landry's Club offers discounts at Rainforest Cafe in Downtown Disney, as well as Bubba Gump at Anaheim GardenWalk and Universal CityWalk, and McCormick & Schmick's at Anaheim GardenWalk—you can join for $25 at http://www.landrysselect.com.

Disney Vacation Club—Members get  10% off at the vast majority of restaurants and all Disney-owned and operated merchandise stores (some restrictions do apply), as well as 20% off tours.

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Money-Saving Tips

  MouseSavers.com is a web site dedicated to cataloging available Disney discounts and deals. Webmaster Mary Waring has built a huge following, both at http://www.mousesavers.com and through her free monthly newsletter. MouseSavers.com is a must-visit site! 

  If you are flying, check the Internet for fare sales—they occur more frequently than you might think and offer savings. Expedia.com (http://www.expedia.com) has great combo deals on fares and hotel rooms!

  If you are driving or arriving late in the evening, consider staying at a less expensive motel your first night.

  You can save money on meals by sharing entrees or by eating only two meals a day, as restaurant portions tend to be quite large. Bring quick breakfast foods and snacks from home to quell the munchies and keep up your energy.

  Always ask about discounts when you make reservations, dine, or shop. You may discover little-known specials for Annual Passholders, Disney Visa Card, DVC, D23, SoCal residents, or simply vacationers in the right place at the right time.

  Join The Mouse For Less community for more money-saving tips—you can subscribe for free at http://www.themouseforless.com.

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