Limited Time: Earn 10 United Miles Per Dollar on Discounted Disneyland Tickets

May 11, 2019

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There are multiple ways to earn and use points on tickets to Disneyland, but rarely is there an opportunity to purchase discounted tickets and earn 10 airline miles per dollar at the same time. However, if a trip to Disneyland is on your family’s near-term horizon (before Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens), then today is your lucky day.

While we don’t know how long this offer will last, discounted Disneyland e-tickets can currently be purchased via the United MileagePlus X app with an earnings rate of 10 United miles per dollar, as was shared by @thedealmommy. Prices for these Disneyland tickets start at $210 per person for three-day tickets. Five-day tickets can be had starting at just $239 each. Park Hopper privileges add a bit to the totals.

Image courtesy of Disneyland
Image courtesy of Disneyland

These discounted Disneyland tickets are valid for use until May 23 — so perhaps an impromptu Mother’s Day trip is in order for those who live in the area. If you have a United co-branded credit card, your earnings are actually even better than “just” 10x miles per dollar, as you also get a 25% bonus on the miles earned in the app. For simple math, if you spent $200 on these Disneyland tickets and had a United Explorer Card or similar, you’d pick up 2,500 United miles worth $32.50 by TPG valuations.


Should your family wish to visit Disneyland multiple times during the next 12 months, then be sure and read about the new Disneyland annual pass options. Even if you aren’t visiting Disneyland in the immediate future and can’t make use of this deal, consider yourself in-the-know that checking the MileagePlus X app for tickets is a good step in your future trip planning strategy.

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Featured image by Paul Hiffmeyer/Disneyland Resort

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