Disney Discounts for Florida Residents

walt-disney-world-icons-1000x450Florida is a great state to live in. With lots of warm weather and sunshine, what is not to love? But Walt Disney World Resort gives Floridians the added benefit of purchasing discounted tickets. While it seems unfair to some that residents of Florida get sun, lots of ocean coast line, and discounted tickets, the perk is offered to entice Floridians to attend the park more often.

The discounted park tickets are not the end of the deal either. Florida residents can also save money with lower rates at Walt Disney World Resort hotels. When a resident of Florida purchases a ticket, they save on multi-day theme park tickets, water park tickets, and passes.

If you live in Florida, why not take advantage of these discounted tickets? If you haven’t already, your family is bound to love Walt Disney World Resort’s four theme parks and two water parks. Even eating at Walt Disney World Resort is magical when you pick a themed restaurant or reserve a meal with a Disney character.

Florida residents can pick from single day tickets or multi-day tickets. The maximum available is a four-day ticket. These tickets do expire, so be sure to read the ticket’s expiration date. Discounted tickets for Florida residents also may not be used on specific blackout dates. In 2013, blackout dates occur June 8 to August 15, 2013; December 19, 2013 to January 3, 2014; April 12 to April 25, 2014, and again from June 7 to August 14, 2014.

If you are a resident of Florida and the time when you want to visit the park or parks falls on these dates, you can avoid the blackout dates by purchasing a non-Florida resident ticket or simply buy Walt Disney World Resort’s Annual Pass. When purchasing the discounted tickets, additional options can be added, such as: Disney’s Park Hopper option, the Water Park Fun & More option, or both.

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