Disneyland Passholders Offered ‘Cars Land,’ ‘Buena Vista Street’ Preview, Early Entry; Tix Now Available

Radiator Springs Racers Concept ArtAlthough we just shared the news that Disney D23 members will have the opportunity to preview the ‘Cars Land’ and ‘Buena Vista Street’ districts at Disney California Adventure before they open to the public on June 15, we have learned that Disneyland Annual Passholders will also be invited to join in on the fun as part of Disneyland’s ‘The happiest place on Earth just got happier’ campaign.

The prices and packages remain the same: $50 for access to a four hour block inside the park; $75 for the preview plus a private World of Color showing; and $500 for an extended, five-hour preview plus a 3-course meal inside Carthay Circle Restaurant, including a wine presentation from the Lasseter winery, taxes and gratuities included. The dining experience also includes the private viewing of World of Color plus priority loading at Radiator Springs Racers and complimentary valet parking at Downtown Disney.

It’s worth noting that as the block of select annual passes will be lifted for the event, some guests will effectively be attending the preview for free at a cost less than what a block pass would run.

For more information and to purchase tickets now, visit the event page.

As a reminder for those wishing to preview the new areas for free, there is a sweepstakes being offered. See details and the entry page here.

Lastly, passholders are being invited to enjoy a magic morning by entering either the Disneyland park or Disney California Adventure one hour before the park officially opens on select days between June 18 and September 13, 2012. Registration is required but not being accepted at this time. For more information, visit the benefit page.

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4 thoughts on “Disneyland Passholders Offered ‘Cars Land,’ ‘Buena Vista Street’ Preview, Early Entry; Tix Now Available

  1. If AP holders can buy tickets now, then why must D23 members wait until Friday? Makes no sense!

  2. I was part of a group that was asked what passers would like in return for staying away during the opening week of cars land. Well it looks like instead of giving us rewards to stay away they are going to charge us extortion prices to scare us away!

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