The Florida Resident deals just keep on coming! Yesterday I told you how preschoolers who live in the state can receive free admission to SeaWorld Orlando and Busch Gardens Tampa. Today, it’s a special ticket deal for Walt Disney World! Here are the details from Disney Parks Blog.
Florida Residents Can Visit Walt Disney World Theme Parks With The New Disney Weekday Magic Ticket Available Starting Jan. 11
by Eric Scott, Communications Manager, Walt Disney World Resort
The new year is off and running and Florida Residents can experience an EARidescent start at the Walt Disney World Resort theme parks with the new Disney Weekday Magic Ticket. Starting Jan. 11, 2022, Florida residents will be able to purchase a 2-day ticket for $149 (plus tax)*, valid Monday through Friday until April 7, 2022; subject to blockout dates March 14-18, 2022.
Florida residents can enjoy an enchanting escape during The World’s Most Magical Celebration – the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World Resort. With new offerings and classic fun throughout all four theme parks, a Disney visit will add an extra magical start to the year.
Through the beginning of spring, Florida residents can enjoy a world of magic across each of the four theme parks – from Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure and the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts (Jan. 14-Feb. 21) to our newest nighttime spectaculars – “Harmonious” at EPCOT and “Disney Enchantment” at Magic Kingdom Park – and fan favorites like Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
To learn additional details, including information on 3-day and 4-day Disney Weekday Magic tickets, visit DisneyWorld.com.
To enter a park, both a park reservation and valid admission for the same park on the same date are required for guests ages 3 and up. As a reminder, reservations are required with admission for each day of your visit.
Florida residents can take advantage of other special offerings, including savings on select Disney Resort hotel stays and the first-ever Walt Disney World Resort specialty license plate supporting Make-A-Wish of Central and Northern Florida. Keep checking back with us here at the Disney Parks Blog for more news and updates for Florida residents!
*One theme park per day. Proof of Florida residency required.