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Disneyland, air/5 nights, from $829

A summer trip is within reach thanks to this package, which includes tickets to the park and California Adventure.

The Real Deal: Round-trip airfare to L.A. on United, five nights' accommodations, and a five-day Park Hopper ticket, from $829 per person—plus about $112 in taxes.

When: Through Sept. 26, 2009.

Gateways: San Francisco; add $85 for Denver; $110 for Chicago; and $220 for D.C.; additional gateways available.

The fine print: Does not include taxes and fees of about $112 per person. Based on double occupancy; single supplement is $680. Rate is based on Wednesday and Thursday departures; weekend rates will be higher. Kids between the ages of 3 and 11 will pay a lower package price, starting at $284 per child. Kids 12 and older will pay the adult rate. Use promo code GROW. Read before you book any Real Deal.

Book by: June 15, 2009.

Contact: United Vacations, 888/854-3899,

Why it's a deal: We searched on Disneyland's reservations site to find out what a similar tickets-and-accommodations package would cost. We found that a five-night stay with Park Hopper tickets, for two adults and two kids (both under 11), would cost about $944 per adult, taxes included. This package costs $941 per adult with all taxes, but you get the round-trip airfare thrown in, as well—basically for free.

Highlights: Disneyland is home to both Disneyland Park (with attractions like the Indiana Jones Adventure ride and the "It's a Small World" ride, suitable for tots) and California Adventure Park, which houses the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror and a simulated hang-glider ride with images of California. With your included Park Hopper pass, you can jump between these two parks each day to explore as much as you wish.

Lodging: You'll stay at Disney's Paradise Pier Hotel, located in the California Adventure Park. The 481-room hotel has a rooftop pool, a restaurant, and a fitness center.

More: Add nights from $350 per room per night.

Before you go: Flights arrive in L.A., about 35 miles from Anaheim, Calif., where Disneyland is located. You can buy a shuttle ride from United Vacations for $32 per adult and $22 per child round-trip—which we found to be cheaper than other shuttle services (which start at around $38 per person round-trip).