So worth the trip: Disney World brings back Florida resident ticket deal


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OK, we know it’s not always fun dealing with the abominable traffic on I-4, but we can’t help it if we love us a day at Disney World. It’s magical, admit it.

One barrier: the cost. The mega park just removed that concern, for Florida residents at least, with the return of their ticket discount deal for Florida residents.

The special ticket offer means Florida residents pay just $175 plus tax for a 3-day Discover Disney ticket, which is valid for admission to one theme park per day. Ticket holders do not have to use their Discover Disney tickets on consecutive days.

That’s right, spread that Disney magic around for a few months.

Need more Disney magic?  Florida residents can add a fourth day for just $20. There are no blockout dates, but the deal doesn’t last forever.

The tickets must be use by June 30, 2019.

If you can’t help but want to experience all the parks in one day you upgrade your ticket to include the park hopper option for an additional $32.50 plus tax.

Here’s a full rundown of pricing options:

  • 3-Day Discover Disney Ticket – $175 plus tax
  • 3-Day Discover Disney Ticket with Park Hopper Option – $207.50 plus tax
  • 3-Day Discover Disney Ticket with Park Hopper Plus Option – $232.50 plus tax
  • 4-Day Discover Disney Ticket – $195 plus tax
  • 4-Day Discover Disney Ticket with Park Hopper Option – $232.50 plus tax
  • 4-Day Discover Disney Ticket with Park Hopper Plus Option – $257.50 plus tax

Click here for full details. What’s your favorite day trip spot in Florida? Let us know in the comments.

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Written by Andrew Harlan

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