this list for the reason) so her days in Disneyland tend to consist of the calmer kids rides like Toy Story, Peter Pan or the Little Mermaid. These are still pretty good rides, but you have to spend a little more time in line for these, as there are no fast passes available for them. My older two kids prefer the high speed rides. These usually have long lines, but they also have fast passes and single rider lines. I'd say it's not unusual for the two older ones to hit 10 or 12 rides per day in Disneyland, even though we never stay in the park between 11am and 6pm. Youngest might hit half that many. That brings our average cost per ride in at between $1 and $2. More than I had expected, but still a pretty good value (although not enough for a pizza. Can you tell I'm hungry while I write this?)
There's plenty of other value in a visit to Disneyland. You get fireworks, parades, Fantasmic, the World of Color, and the opportunity to meet and get your picture taken with all sorts of characters. Having an annual pass also gives you free parking and a 10% discount at most of the stores in the park (Great, another chance for Lori to demonstrate how much money she can save me.) It seems to me that the break even point for the pass would be about 10 days. If you're going to go less than that, you're probably better off buying regular park hopper tickets. If however, for some reason, you really, really want to have an annual pass, I can always get Lori to do the math for you. I'm sure she can save you enough to make it a great deal!