The New Discover Disney Ticket at Walt Disney World is Made for Florida Residents!

Are you a Florida Resident? Looking for an insanely discounted Disney World ticket? Of course you are!

This is one spectacular deal!

Look no further! For less than sixty dollars a day, the new Discover Disney Ticket allows Florida Residents to experience all four parks with no block-out dates!

The Discover Disney ticket is available for 3- and 4-day tickets ($175 and $195 plus tax, respectively) for any days through June 30, 2020, and allows guests to visit one park a day for as low as $49 a day for a four-day ticket. Park Hopper and Park Hopper plus cost extra, as usual.

All four parks are included in this deal, allowing guests to catch popular attractions like Flight of Passage and Rise of the Resistance.

I have a good feeling about this!

Deals this time of year are typical as Disney hits the late winter slow-down period; the tickets’ low prices help keep demand high. The new deal is exclusive to Florida Residents and is available for purchase starting January 2!

Planning on visiting the parks in 2020? Let us know your plans in the comments!

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Austin Lang is an Orlando local with a love of Disney, puns, and Disney puns. He's been a contributing writer for AllEars since 2019, and has been sharing his quirky view of Disney life ever since.

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One Reply to “The New Discover Disney Ticket at Walt Disney World is Made for Florida Residents!”

  1. Why does Disney offer these insanely discounted tickets to the people who live the closest and can more easily afford to “fill up” the already overfilled parks? I have nothing against the Florida residents, but seriously, I feel like Disney only wants Florida residents or folks from the UK to visit. Those 2- groups get the best offers while the rest of us basically pay full price for an overcrowded park.