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GrandpaD

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It's only for California residents and is $599.

 
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b.mac

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Seems like DLR's way of controlling the local population that swamps the resort on a regular basis. Blackout dates, reservation only dates... Guess they realized raising the annual passholder price wasn't enough to keep them from coming.
 
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It's insane how crazy expensive the Disneyland APs are but it's the law of supply and demand working there. Southern California alone has a larger population than the entire state of Florida and also add the 50 million plus visitors that LA gets every year. My WDW Florida Resident Silver pass costs $480 year with holiday and summer block out dates. Comparably it would fall in between the Disneyland Deluxe Pass ($799) and Disneyland Signature ($1149).
 
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b.mac

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It's insane how crazy expensive the Disneyland APs are but it's the law of supply and demand working there. Southern California alone has a larger population than the entire state of Florida and also add the 50 million plus visitors that LA gets every year. My WDW Florida Resident Silver pass costs $480 year with holiday and summer block out dates. Comparably it would fall in between the Disneyland Deluxe Pass ($799) and Disneyland Signature ($1149).
I'm not patient enough to read through the article again but I absolutely would not be surprised if other DLR passes come with "cannot be purchased in x location" stipulations. SEAS does it with Sesame Place on their Platinum Memberships, so I would not be surprised if they intentionally gatekeep the Southern California residents.
 
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I'm not patient enough to read through the article again but I absolutely would not be surprised if other DLR passes come with "cannot be purchased in x location" stipulations. SEAS does it with Sesame Place on their Platinum Memberships, so I would not be surprised if they intentionally gatekeep the Southern California residents.
Per the Disney site...

“Offer for Southern California Residents

A Southern California billing address is required when providing credit card information during checkout. In addition, all adults will need to show proof of Southern California residency at park entrance.”
 
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