Disneyland FREEBIES


Whether you pay $101 for a 1-Day Park Hopper Ticket or have an Annual Pass, what could you possibly imagine be free at Disneyland?  Well, there’s lot of stuff!  Let’s get started…

1.       Children Under 3 are FREE

It is for this exact reason I have been able to take my daughter as many times as she’s been because I don’t have to pay for her.  Even at restaurants, children under 3 are free and aren’t required to order off the menu.  She always just eats off my plate until she’s full.

 2.       FREE Celebration Buttons

If you’re celebrating something, stop by City Hall on Main Street in Disneyland.  They have buttons for all occasions: Birthday, Anniversary, 1st Time Visit, Honeymoon/Just Married, Engagement, Family Reunion, or just any old reason for celebrating.

Wearing one of these buttons may get you special treatment during your visit.  During my honeymoon, we received front of the line passes, the best seats in the restaurant, free dessert, and a bunch of friendly “Congratulations!” from Cast Members.  We recently celebrated the 5th anniversary of our Disneyland engagement at Café Orleans and was given free Mickey-shaped beignets.  Yum!

 3.       FREE Coffee Refills

I’m not a coffee drinker but if you are, stop by the Market House on Main Street.  If you save your coffee receipt, you can return throughout the day and get refill after refill.

 4.       FREE Food Samples

Over at California Adventure, you can take a tour of the Mission Tortilla House and Boudin Bakery and receive a free FRESH sample of tortillas and bread.

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About P.T.

Once I took my daughter to Disneyland for the first time at 14 months, I couldn't get enough. I literally saw the magic in her eyes and one of my "things" as a mom is to never let the magic slip away. Being an Annual Passholder and living 400 miles away from Disneyland is almost painful. Now that she's 2, she's a seasoned guest and has not run out of new adventures. Raising a Disney Kid is designed to provide helpful tips, planning info, reviews, and park updates for other parents visiting the Disneyland Resort.
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