Disneyland Offers 1 Extra Month at No Cost on Select Annual Passports

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People visit Disneyland on January 22, 2015 in Anaheim, California. (Credit: Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images)

For a limited time, Disneyland is offering an additional month at no extra charge for select annual passports that are purchased starting Thursday, according to Disney’s website.

The deal — a 13-month passport for the price of 12 months — is good for three of the theme park’s five annual passes: Deluxe, Signature and Signature Plus.

Prices for those three passes range from $599 to $1,049; passholders also get access to discounts on select dining and merchandise, while the Signature and Signature Plus passports include parking, according to the website.

The two passes exclusively for Southern California residents, which cost significantly less but also have far more blockout days, are excluded from the promotion.

All annual passports can be used at both Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park.

Fans of the theme park have until Feb. 11, 2017, to purchase the passes. The offer is not valid for previously purchased passports, according to the website.

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