One of the benefits of moving WonderCon back to Anaheim is the fact that it’s right across the street from one of the world’s most famous attractions: Disneyland. Not only that, but you’re mere minutes away from Medieval Times. Whether you’re into jousting, giant turkey legs, and delicious mead, or you just want to chill at the “House of Mouse,” Comic-Con International has announced some sweet deals for WonderCon attendees.
Disneyland is offering specially-priced park tickets for WonderCon 2017 attendees. From now until 9PM PT on March 30, you can purchase passes for Disneyland’s attractions for the following prices:
- Single-Day Twilight Admission (after 4:00PM) to Disneyland OR Disney’s California Adventure – $79
- Add the Park Hopper option for BOTH parks for a total price – $112
- Single-Day Peak Season:
- Kids 10+ – $116 (Single Park) / $161 (Park Hopper)
- Kids 3-9 – $110 (Single Park) / $155 (Park Hopper)
Granted, these aren’t really deep discounts, but every little bit helps – for a 1 park ticket, you’ll save $8, or $13 for a Park Hopper. These prices are only good for the badged WonderCon attendee, and the attendee can only purchase a maximum of 6 tickets. Also, they’re only good between March 24 and April 4. This means if you want to head to Anaheim early and visit Disneyland before WonderCon, by all means, do so.
We all get hungry during the cons (I know I do). Often, convention center food courts leave something to be desired. Sure, you can get dinner and a show just people watching at the convention, but how much fun is that? Why not go somewhere that offers knights in shining armor competing for the heart of a fair maiden, where kings and queens bid you welcome, and where the bathroom is called a privy? Medieval Times, located nearby in Buena Park, is offering discounted admission of $38 for adults and $30 for kids 12 and under. This is a $24 discount over their regular prices. The only catch is that you have to use the promo code WC38 to get the discount, which is good from now (yes, right now) through April 30.
Will you take advantage of these discounts? Let us know in the comments.