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Anaheim, San Diego, Hollywood

Where is best to buy attraction tickets for the lowest cost?

Myself and three friends will be visiting Anaheim, Hollywood and San Diego for two weeks before attending the Star Wars convention in April 2015. In San Diego we are hoping to visit Seaworld, Aquatica water park, San Diego zoo and a range of museums. In Anaheim we are hoping to visit Disneyland park and Disney California adventure park for one day each as well as Downtown Disney. In Hollywood we would like to see the Hollywood sign and the Walk of fame. I was wondering if there are any special tours or anything you can go on to see these sites in Hollywood? We are also hoping to visit Universal studios. I would be very grateful if you could please advise me of prices for these attractions as well as which websites are good for purchasing these tickets at a low cost, if it is best to purchase them in advance before our holiday? Many thanks, Lauren

3 Answers

answered by
Yoana from Santa Ana

Experience a whole lot of fun under the Southern California sun and save 25% off main entrance prices! One low price gets you admission to 3 awesome attractions:


  • One 3-Day Disneyland® Resort Park Hopper® ticket for Disneyland® Park and Disney California Adventure® Park
  • One day at Universal Studios HollywoodSM
  • One day at SeaWorld® Adventure Park
  • Plus, you get one Magic Morning* admission to a designated Disneyland® Resort Theme Park

$334 per ticket

answered by
Linda from California

If you know someone who is a member of CSAA, they offer a small discount.

I have had a friend also buy passes that people can't use off of Craigslist---if you are really lucky, and it matches your travel days

answered first by
Yoana from Santa Ana

Hello Lauren! I frequent Disneyland and San Diego. For Disneyland: Disneyland Park, I suggest you guys get there as early as possible to obtain your fast passes. You could also download an app Walkee iGuide to Disneyland. It will give you an interactive map as well as ride waiting times. Food in Disneyland can be a bit pricey. We usually jut get snacks there. Must try the tiki dole whip by the Adventure Land enterance and the Lobster Rolls right in front of the exit from the Haunted Mansion. California Adventure is more of an adult friendly/ foodie place. Must try out the lobster nachos at the Cove Bar (Next to Ariel's grotto.) They have more choices on beer, margaritas, etc. If you know anyone that lives in So Cal, they can purchase your tickets for a little less using their zip code. For the San Diego Zoo, you could try looking for a Groupon. they have lots of specials to enter the zoo. While in San Diego, must check out the Gaslamp Quarter if you're looking for some night life. They have TONS of bars, no entrance fees. In Hollywood, you could spend a day to hike up to the Hollywood sign through Griffith Park. It's free to do that. You also have a great view of Los Angeles and can take pics while you're up there. Its also free to just have more photo opts by Rodeo Drive, Chinese Theater and take pics with your favorite "stars" You could also join the TMZ tour busses, purchase those tickets in advance.

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