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    Annual Passes for Out-of-State Disneyland Fans

    Annual Passes for Out-of-State Disneyland Fans by Megan Walker

    Why an annual pass to the Resort might be a good option, even if you're not a Californian.

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    I agree that if you are planning to visit the parks two or more times in the span of a year, an annual pass is probably the best way to go. I live in Portland, OR, and it's not unusual these days to find flights on JetBlue into LGB for as low as $59 each way, or Southwest into SNA for around $79 each way. For a getaway to Disneyland weekend, that's a great airfare. If you are lucky enough to have friends and family who also have APs down here (as I do), then it's the best way to do it.

    Unfortunately it also means that you have to have the money to put down for a pass all at once, for you cannot finance the pass on monthly installments if you live outside of their zip code range. If you tend to budget your trip pretty tightly, it may not be feasible to drop $600 on a pass in the hopes you'll find those $150 RT flights often enough to make the pass worth it.

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