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    Default How much does it really cost to spend a day in Disneyland?

    Hello everyone,

    New member here
    I'm considering to take my wife to Disneyland as a birthday gift, it's been almost 20 years since the last time I went there and I was 8 years old back then so at that age I didn't realize how much things cost, also, things are way more expensive nowadays.

    So, straight to the point, I would like to know from someone who has gone recently: in average, how much does it cost to spend a day in Disneyland L.A.?

    Don't hesitate in going into detail, I mean: What did you do? Besides the entry ticket, did you spend money in other kind of things?
    Anything you can tell me so I can get an idea of how much money it is needed.

    Thank you in advance =)

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    Welcome to Intercot!!

    Since you're asking about Disneyland, I'm going to move you over to that forum. I'm sure our Disneyland experts will be along shortly to provide the information you need.
    Linda aka: Faline
    INTERCOT Staff: Vacation Planning,Trip Reports and Disney Camping
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    If you just do Disneyland it will cost you 100.00 to 124.00 for the entry depending upon the day you go. We eat breakfast outside the park. The Bayou restaurant is a great experience and is close to the Pirates of the Caribbean ride. It can cost 24.00 to 50.00 per person. Souvenirs are whatever you decide to spend. Have a great time!


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    Without park tickets?

    Parking is $20 or $35 (preferred)

    Meals run about $12-15 per person for counter service, about $25-50 for sit down.

    Drinks cost $3.50 (bottled water and soda). Snacks average about $5 (ice cream, churro, popcorn, etc)

    You can spend $0-infinity on souvenirs so that's hard to guess.

    I'd say you can have a really good day for 2 people on $100/day (excluding tickets).





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