Over a year ago Disney started cracking down on ticket re-sellers because scammers were selling used tickets. For example, someone might have a 4 day ticket and have only used half of it. It may sound like a good idea to purchase this and save a boatload of money, but Disney now has systems in place to stop purchases like this. With every ticket that is used, a picture of the ticket holder is taken so that it cannot be shared.
NEVER buy Disneyland tickets from an online source that is not affiliated with Disney.
If you want to get more bang for your buck, try buying a package deal or multiple day park hopper tickets. Those two options are the best way to get “some” savings.
Now, if you have always thought about going more than once in a year, consider buying an Annual Passport. I’ll tell you why… If you buy 3- or 4-day park hoppers for two separate vacations, you will be spending more than it would be to purchase a Deluxe Annual Passport. Not only do you save money on park entry on the Passports select days, you also save 10% on select dining and merchandise!
People always ask me if they should buy the Annual Passport? I always say, get the Annual Passport until it stops paying for itself.
The best and most secure way to obtain park tickets are these three ways: