Florida residents can save on Walt Disney World theme park tickets this summer!
You can view valid forms of proof of Florida residency here.
In addition to valid theme park admission, you will also need a Park Pass reservation to enter the theme parks.
2-Day Ticket $75 USD per day ($149 per ticket)
3-Day Ticket $62 USD per day ($185 per ticket)
4-Day Ticket $54 USD per day ($215 per ticket)
Or upgrade for even more fun!
- Park Hopper Option gives you the opportunity to visit more than one theme park per day. Add it for $35 more per ticket.
- Water Park and Sports Option allows you to visit a water park, golf course or miniature golf course on each day of your ticket. Add it for $30 more per ticket.
- Park Hopper Plus Option grants you the ability to visit more than one theme park per day—plus, enjoy access to a water park, golf course or miniature golf course on each day of your ticket. Add it for $50 more per ticket.
These tickets are valid ANY 2, 3 or 4 days until September 17, 2021. You do not need to use them on consecutive days!
When you arrive at the theme parks, you will need to stop at the ticket window to show your proof of Florida residency and activate your tickets.
So, if you’re ready to enjoy those long summer evenings, the return of fireworks at both Magic Kingdom and Epcot, and the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, these tickets are just for you!
And I’m here to help! Even if you’ve visited the theme parks before, things are constantly changing. I will keep you in the know! Plus, I can help with the best strategies for your days, booking dining and activity reservations, and I’m your personal point of contact for any questions you might have. And all for the same price as booking yourself! So why not have a travel professional in your corner?
If you’d like the tickets that come with personalized service, use the contact form below to request your quote, and I will be in touch shortly!
*Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable. Fully unused tickets can be turned into a credit towards the purchase of a future Disney ticket, after they expire. Once you’ve used at least one day of your ticket, the remaining ticket days will expire at the end of the valid period. Partially used tickets do not have value, and cannot be turned into a credit towards the purchase of a future Disney ticket.
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