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Stay at a Disneyland Resort Hotel and Save 20%!

Disneyland vacationAre you planning a family vacation to the Disneyland Resort and waiting for that special offer to make it happen? If so, you are in luck!

If you book a stay at one of the three Disneyland Resort Hotels (Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa, Disneyland Hotel, Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel) you can save 20% off most weekday nights (Sunday-Thursday) through September 28, 2013.

Think of all the churros you could buy with the savings!

In order to take advantage of the deal you have to book your stay now through September 5, 2013, and your travel must completed by September 29, 2013. This is living in the now, people! Visit the official Disneyland Resort Hotels special offers page for more information.

Perhaps you are wondering why you would want to visit the Disneyland Resort this time of year — summer is nearly over and the holidays are still a couple of months away (or days depending which department stores you frequent). And you just answered your own question.

Obviously, summer and the holiday season are amazing and magical times to visit the Disneyland Resort, but there is something special about a September trip. When my boys were younger, we used to love our weekday trips to Disneyland after most people had returned to school and the parks were a little easier to manage with shorter lines and cooler weather. It’s a wonderful time to visit the Disneyland Resort, and saving 20% at the Disneyland Resort Hotels makes it even more so!

While I cannot make any promises that your September trip to the Disneyland Resort will offer the same experience, I can show you why we love going this time of year:

Disneyland offseason

 

Sleeping Beauty at Disneyland

 

Woody in Disneyland

I think I’ve made my point. Visit the Disneyland Resort in September and take advantage of the savings and the memories!

Photos: W. Honea

Whit HoneaRead more from Whit Honea at his site Honea Express. You can follow Whit on the Twitter, Instagram, or Pinterest (his opinions are his own and do not reflect those of Babble or most rational people).

 

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