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Walt Disney World brings back Florida resident ticket deal

You can visit all four theme parks for about $50 per day with this year’s Discover Disney Ticket.
Walt Disney World has announced the Florida Resident Discover Disney Ticket. The offer costs $199 to visit four theme parks, at one park per day.
Walt Disney World has announced the Florida Resident Discover Disney Ticket. The offer costs $199 to visit four theme parks, at one park per day. [ JOE BURBANK | AP ]
Published Jan. 4

Just about every January, Walt Disney World has offered Florida residents a ticket deal to visit its four theme parks during the slow winter months, and this year is no exception.

Called the Florida Resident Discover Disney Ticket, the ticket deal is $199 to visit four theme parks, at one park per day. You can add a park-hopper option that brings the price up to $241.50. There are some cheaper options this year of $149 for a two-day ticket and $179 for a three-day ticket. But the two-day ticket is only good through March 11.

Admission for the Discover Disney Ticket is good through June 18, but there are block-out dates around Easter and during some weeks of spring break.

The price, which averages about $50 per day, or half of the regular one-day ticket price, is similar to last year’s offer. In January 2020, Disney offered a three-day ticket for $175 and $20 more for a fourth day. But there were no block-out dates last year and the tickets were good through June 30.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Disney World requires advanced date-specific reservations made through disneyworld.com. Park hoppers can switch locations after 2 p.m. daily. Masks and social distancing are required in the parks.

Some events coming up include the Taste of EPCOT International Festival of the Arts, beginning this Friday and running through Feb. 22. That will be followed by the Taste of EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival, which blooms on March 3.