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Thursday Mar. 15, 2012

April marks the beginning of baseball season and the prime time to catch a major league game during your Southern California vacation! With three professional baseball teams centered around Southern California’s “vacation hubs,” you’re always close enough to see your favorite players in action. Here’s a brief overview of Southern California’s stadiums:

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at Angel Stadium
Angel Stadium is fewer than ten minutes away from the Disneyland ® Resort, making it the ultimate convenient spot for catching a professional game during your Disneyland® vacation. Single game tickets can be found by clicking here. Depending on the dates, times, and opposing teams, you can find single game tickets starting at just $12* a person! The first home game of the season is slated for April 2.

Los Angeles Dodgers at Dodger Stadium
Catch the quintessential Southern California team at historic Dodger Stadium, just 40 minutes north of the Disneyland ® Resort. Even visitors on a shoestring budget can revel in America’s favorite pastime with top deck tickets starting at $10*! Click here for the Dodgers' home game schedule and tickets. April 10 marks the opening day AND 50th Anniversary of Dodger Stadium!

San Diego Padres at Petco Park
Sunny San Diego is home to Petco Park, one of the most beautiful stadiums around—fans in the grandstands get a beautiful view of the San Diego Bay! Petco Park is about 15-20 minutes from SeaWorld San Diego, and under 15 minutes from Hotel Circle. Ticket prices begin at just $10*. The Padres will swing into action with their first home game scheduled on April 5. Find tickets to this and their other home games by clicking here.

Get a “steal” of a deal with our Southern California vacation packages that will save you big on hotel and attraction tickets. Spring break deals to the Disneyland ® Resort and San Diego make a Southern California vacation ultra affordable! Book your vacation today!



*All prices and schedules subject to change without notice.






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