What ages are your children?
Disneyland Resort Park Hopper tickets expire 13 days after the first day of use and do not have to be used consecutively. Universal Studios Hollywood tickets must be used within seven days of the first day of use. You can use your days in any order you wish. Disneyland and Universal tickets are not interchangeable and must be used at the parks they are designated for. Children ages 3-9 will require a child ticket for all parks, while children 10 and up will require an adult ticket. Children 2 years and younger receive free admission at all three parks.
Your tickets include admission for up to four days total, two or three days at the Disneyland® Resort and one day at Universal Studios Hollywood. Park admission includes access to all regularly scheduled entertainment and attractions.
You will receive your physical tickets for the Disneyland® Resort and an electronic voucher for your Universal Studios Hollywood tickets. Please print your voucher for Universal Studios tickets and treat both sets of tickets as cash. Tickets are not replaceable if lost or stolen. Take your tickets straight to the gate and enter the park of your choice without waiting in ticket lines!
- Check the park schedules 30-45 days before your vacation for both the Disneyland Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood. All three parks offer exclusive nighttime shows and you’ll want to factor those in when making your itinerary.
- When at Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park, use the FASTPASS System, Rider Switch and Single Rider lines to make the most of your time at the parks.
- Head to the Studio Tour first thing in the morning. You’ll get to see where some of your favorite movies were filmed and experience the new Fast & Furious – Supercharged attraction as the tour’s grand finale.
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