Los Angeles & Orange County Discount Passes, Coupon Books, Tourist Cards.
If you’re visiting the Southern California (or entertaining visitors from out of town), attraction passes and ticket booklets are a savvy way to hit all the top attractions in the Los Angeles area. Here are the most popular SoCal passes so you can choose the one that works best for you and your family:
Southern California CityPASS: This is typically the most popular pass with families and first time visitors. This ticket book is valid for 14 days from first use. The SoCal CityPASS gets you 25% off at four Theme Parks: Disneyland Park (3-day Park Hopper), and Disney California Adventure Park, Universal Studios Hollywood and more. The best thing about this pass is that it’s simple to use and only offers the most popular SoCal attractions.
- Adult: $321.25 (reg. $331)
- Child: $280 (reg. $289)
Go Select Los Angeles: Select This pass is becoming more popular with SoCal locals because you can choose just two or three attractions and still save 15% to 30% on admission, or you can choose more activities and save even more. You can choose from 32 attractions and the best part is you have 30 days from first use to enjoy the activities you’ve chosen. Savvy Tip: If you visit them all you save around $135. Top picks: Aquarium of the Pacific, Six Flags Magic Mountain, LEGOLAND California, Knotts Berry Farm, Aquarium of the Pacific, LA City Tour, Hollywood Tour, Universal Studios Hollywood , Warner Bros. Studio VIP Tour, Pacific Park on the Santa Monica Pier,Los Angeles City and Movie Stars Homes Tour, Paramount Pictures Studio Tour, and tons more.
Go Los Angeles Card: Same company as the Go Select card above, but the price includes all 39 attractions, so you can choose as you go and save up to 55% off the gate prices, and in many cases skip the line at the front gate. You get Unlimited visits to many top theme parks. Take up to two weeks from the first time you use your card. Attractions include Universal Studios, Six Flags, Legoland, Knott’s Berry Farm, Madame Tussaud’s Hollywood, Sony Pictures Studio Tour, and many more.