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Latest Disney ticket deal is for Florida residents only

For roughly $50 per day, folks who live in the Sunshine State can score admission to the theme parks through June.
A Disney ticket deal lets Florida residents buy a three- or four-day ticket good through June. [JOHN RAOUX  |  AP]
A Disney ticket deal lets Florida residents buy a three- or four-day ticket good through June. [JOHN RAOUX | AP]
Published Jan. 1

It pays to be a Florida resident in the slow months.

Starting on Jan. 2, folks who live in the Sunshine State can purchase three-day or four-day Discover Disney tickets, which are good at Walt Disney World through June 30 with no block-out dates.

Admission costs $175 for one theme park per day. You can add a fourth day for $20 more, bringing your per-day cost to $49.

Here are the deals:

  • 3-day Discover Disney ticket for $175, plus tax ($59 per day, plus tax)
  • 4-day Discover Disney ticket for $195, plus tax ($49 per day, plus tax)

The tickets are up for grabs through June 27. Park Hopper and Park Hopper Plus options are also available.

Click here for a list of the newest Disney attractions and more information about the tickets.

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