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For International Visitors
All Florida Resident Tickets Require Proof of Residency
Proof of Florida residency is required -- you must provide any one of the following:
- Valid Florida driver's license
- Valid Florida state-issued ID card (must have Florida address)
- Florida-based military ID
Please note that as of August 2010, Voter registration cards and Florida College/University ID's are no longer acceptible proof of full-time residency.
The persons who will use the Florida Resident adult tickets must be present at the time of ticket pick up. If you do not have one of the IDs indicated above, then for each adult ticket purchased you must provide one of the following dated within the last two months and evidencing a Florida residential address together with a corresponding picture ID (passport, driver's license, state identification card):
- Monthly mortgage statement
- Florida vehicle registration or title
- Homeowner's insurance policy or bill
- Automobile insurance policy or bill
- Utility bill
- Mail from a financial institution, including checking, savings, or investment account statement
- Mail from a Federal, State, County or City government agency
Bills can be no more than two (2) months old. PO Boxes are not accepted as proof of residency. Current bills printed from electronic versions are acceptable, though photocopies and fax copies are not.
Please note that as of August 2010, proof of rent, mortgage or ownership such as a deed, mortgage payment booklet or residential lease are no longer acceptible proof of part-time residency.
Florida Resident Tickets
See our complete ticket price chart for all Florida Resident ticket prices.
Florida Resident 3 and 4 Day Discover Disney Ticket
Florida Resident 3-Day & 4-Day Discover Disney Tickets go on sale January 4, 2014. Florida residents can purchase a 3-Day Base Discover Disney Ticket for $129 plus tax or a 4-Day Base Discover Disney Ticket for $149 plus tax. The Park Hopper and Water Park Fun and More options may be added for an additional cost. Proof of Florida residency is required. Tickets are valid until June 6, 2014, regardless of the first date of use. Excludes the following blockout dates at Magic Kingdom park only: February 15 to February 16, 2014; April 20 to April 25, 2014; and May 24 to May 25, 2014.
Florida Resident 3 Day Ticket
Florida Resident 3 Day Play Pass - Have great fun for three glorious days for the price of two. Florida residents can purchase a 3-Day Ticket. You can use the 3-Day Play Pass for up to six months from its first use! Florida Resident 3-Day Ticket and Options and Florida Resident 4-Day Ticket and Options expire 6 months after first use or by December 17, 2015, whichever comes first, and are not valid at any theme parks or gated attractions during the following admission blockout dates: April 12 - April 25, 2014; June 7 - August 14, 2014; December 18, 2014 - January 2, 2015; March 28 - April 10, 2015 and June 6 - August 13, 2015.
The initial cost of the 3-Day Ticket can be applied to the purchase of an Annual or Seasonal Pass. $190.64 for Ages 10+; $177.86 Ages 3-9
Also introduced on August 5, 2007 is a 4 Day Ticket. Same description as the 3 Ticket but good for four days. Same block out dates apply $211.94 for Ages 10+; $199.16 Ages 3-9
Florida Resident Seasonal and Annual Passes
Florida Resident Monthly Payment Plan
As of June 24, 2010, Walt Disney World began offering Florida residents who purchase a new Annual Pass the opportunity to use a monthly payment program. It may be done online with new Annual Passes or as of August 11, 2010, can now be done for both new and renewal passes at any theme park ticket booth or Guest Relations location. You can purchase a new Florida Resident Annual Pass with the monthly payment program at disneyworld.com/payments. To use the payment program, you must make a down payment equivalent to the current price of a non-discounted 1-Day Magic Your Way Base Ticket. After the downpayment is made, you must pay off the remaining balance through 12 recurring payments charged automatically to a credit card over the following 12 months. The first of the monthly payments will be charged the same day that you sign up or shortly thereafter. You must pay with a credit or debit card, and there are no interest or finance charges. You can pay off the remaining balance at any time.
If you have questions or need assistance regarding the monthly payment program contract, call 1-888-701-4100 to speak with Passholder Payment Services. Direct Passholder questions not related to the monthly payment program to 407-560-PASS .
Florida Resident tickets available for the monthly payment plan include Theme Park Premium Annual Passes, Theme Park Annual Passes, Seasonal Passes, Weekday Select Pass, and Epcot after 4 p.m. Passes are available for both adults and children.
Florida Resident Annual Passport (AP) - unlimited admissions to the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom during regular operating hours. AP also includes free parking. Passholder savings on special events and savings on special deals distributed throughout the year (usually in the *Mickey Monitor* - the newsletter for Annual Passholders). No blackout periods apply.
For current pricing information, visit our Ticket Chart page.
When you order the Annual Pass in advance, you will receive a certificate in the mail. Redeem the certificate for an Annual Pass at any Walt Disney World Theme Park ticket window by presenting the certificate and valid photo ID. The Annual Pass is valid for 365 days from certificate redemption. When ordering the Florida Resident Annual Pass at the Walt Disney World Resort, your pass will be activated at purchase.
Florida Resident Premium Annual Passport (PAP) - includes the benefits of the above listed *traditional* annual passport plus unlimited admission to Typhoon Lagoon, Blizzard Beach, Disney's Oak Trail Golf Course (greens fee only. Tee time reservations are required and subject to availability: 407-WDW-GOLF), Disney Quest and ESPN's Wide World of Sports. No blackouts apply.
For current pricing information, visit our Ticket Chart page.
When you order the Premium Annual Pass in advance, you will receive a certificate in the mail. Redeem the certificate for a Premium Annual Pass at any Walt Disney World Theme Park ticket window by presenting the certificate and valid photo ID. The Premium Annual Pass is valid for 365 days from certificate redemption. When ordering the Florida Resident Premium Annual Pass at the Walt Disney World Resort, your pass will be activated at purchase.
Florida Resident Seasonal Pass - A Seasonal Pass that entitles you to admission to Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot, Disney-MGM Studios, and Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park except during the following blockout dates:
- June 9 - August 16, 2012
- December 20, 2012 - January 4, 2013
- March 23 - April 5, 2013
- June 8 - August 15, 2013
- December 19, 2013 - January 3, 2014
Note that the Seasonal Pass does include a subscription to the Mickey Monitor newsletter but does NOT include complimentary theme park parking. For current pricing information, visit our Ticket Chart page.
When you order the Seasonal Pass in advance, you will receive a certificate in the mail. Redeem the certificate for a Seasonal Pass at any Walt Disney World Theme Park ticket window by presenting the certificate and valid photo ID. The Seasonal Pass is valid for 365 days from certificate redemption. When ordering the Florida Resident Seasonal Pass at the Walt Disney World Resort, your pass will be activated at purchase.
A Florida Resident Weekday Seasonal Pass is available that is the same as above but can only be used Monday through Friday during non-blockout weeks.
Epcot After 4 Pass - Florida Residents only - Unlimited admission to Epcot after 4pm. Proof of Florida residency required. This is an annual pass, not a one day ticket. Guests 10 and over $190.64 including tax; guests 3-9, $190.64
Water Parks After 2 Pass - Florida Residents only - Unlimited admission to either water park after 2pm. Proof of Florida residency required. This is an annual pass, not a one day ticket. Guests 10 and over $66.03 including tax; guests 3-9, $53.25
As always, all prices are subject to change without notice. Admission media and benefits are subject to change without notice.
All Passes and benefits are non-transferable, non-refundable, and only valid during regularly scheduled operating hours, excluding activities/events priced separately.
Another discount organization for Floridians is the Tables in Wonderland program, formerly known as the Disney Dining Experience.