Disney Debuts NEW Discounted Ticket for Florida Residents

It’s now 2022 and lots of us are planning our next Disney World trip.

Magic Kingdom

While a Disney World trip looks a bit different in 2022, one thing that generally stays the same is that most of us want to save as much money as possible, whether on hotels, tickets, dining, or all three! Now there’s another way to save on Disney World tickets — but not everyone is eligible.

Disney is kicking off 2022 in a big way for Florida residents! For a limited time beginning on January 11th, 2022, Florida residents can purchase new Disney Weekday Magic Tickets, which are offered at a discount.


Florida residents can purchase 2-day, 3-day, or 4-day Disney Weekday Magic Tickets ranging in price from $149 to $199 per ticket. These tickets are valid in Disney World only on weekdays (Monday through Friday) until April 7th, but make a note that there are blockout dates from March 14th to 18th, 2022.


Tickets can be used on consecutive OR non-consecutive dates, but remember that you still need a park pass for each date you visit, and Florida residents will need to show proof of residency at the entrance gates.

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

These tickets will only be available from January 11th through April 7th so you might want to take advantage of this discount if you’re eligible! Keep reading AllEars for more Disney World planning news!

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One Reply to “Disney Debuts NEW Discounted Ticket for Florida Residents”

  1. So, once again, in an effort to reduce overcrowding, Disney offers discounted tickets to the single group of people that already enjoys the lowest priced admissions and most economical travel costs to WDW. I live in Music City, USA, aka Nashville, TN. There are virtually NO discounts given to locals as the tourist attractions of Nashville know the locals will come due to the close proximity and low travel costs to reach the destination. I wish someone could explain why Disney, who claims sympathy for customers having to endure overcrowding, continues to bloat themselves with discounted tickets to those who can visit the parks at economy prices to begin with.