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California Disney Land. These tickets are three day hopper tickets. The tickets cost $99.00 dollars for adults. The tickets are good through the end of September 2012 and must be used in a one week period. This is good for MWR cards and Retired Military. You can get the same 3 day hopper for Florida Disney World.

Think the normal three day hopper is $220.00....Under 10 is $205.00

Call Anne Sherwood 760-725-5459,,,,,,Anne is at Camp Pendleton, California....Anne was a very pleasant person.

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You can do a lot better on the room rates if you book your own in a hotel that is close. You can use expedia or like.

These are the rates offered by disney.

Special Room Rates for Members of the U.S. Military — Now Extended through September 2012

http://disneyland.disney.go.com/special-offers/military-room/

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