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Savings and Sun in So Cal
By Mary Forgione
Los Angeles Times Daily Travel & Deal blogger
The L.A. Times' website has a travel section called Deals & News, featuring travel deals, tips and advice filtered for restless Southern California. CityPASS is thrilled to be featured this week.
Winter always gets me thinking about going to theme parks in Southern California, even if I don't have visitors underfoot. The prospect of cooler temperatures and lighter crowds in February and March sends me looking for discounts on the high cost of tickets.
I found that the Southern California CityPASS - with a flat rate for admission to Disneyland, Disney California Adventure, Universal Studios Hollywood and SeaWorld San Diego - offers good savings, even when compared with incentives for SoCal residents.
The deal: The Southern California CityPASS costs $279 for adults and $239 for children 3-9, including tax and fees. It's good for 14 days so visitors or locals have plenty of time to hit the parks. The CityPASS gets you a three-day Disneyland Resort Park Hopper Pass Bonus Ticket (three consecutive days to bounce between Disneyland and Disney California Adventure) and single-day admissions to SeaWorld and Universal Studios. Read more.