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Walt Disney World Brings Back Florida Resident Weekday Magic Ticket Deal For Limited Time

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Florida residents looking for a discount on tickets to Walt Disney World should look into the Weekday Magic Ticket Deal, which is back for a limited time.

The Details

The ticket, which is on sale now, costs $175 for two days, $195 for three days and $215 for four days. That’s a bit more than last year when the two-day ticket was priced at $149, but still offers savings.

The Weekday Magic Ticket Deal is valid for theme parks visits on Mondays through Fridays through April 27, 2023, with block-out dates of March 13 to March 17; April 3 to April 7; and April 10 to April 14, 2023.

The ticket days do not have to be used consecutively, but park hopping is not allowed on the days the ticket is used unless the ticket is upgraded. There is a version of the ticket that does include the Park Hopper Option, Water Parks and Sports Option, or Park Hopper Plus Option, but they will cost additional to the base Weekday Magic Ticket.

Park reservations are also required for entry on each day the ticket is used, and because this is for Florida residents only, adults will need to show proof of Florida residency at the park entrance.

What will be new or different at Walt Disney World?

In addition to the 50th Anniversary celebrations during the time period the ticket is valid, EPCOT will host the International Festival of the Arts (Jan. 13-Feb. 20) and the start of the International Flower and Garden Festival (dates pending but usually starts beginning of March).

And, as we learned yesterday, the highly anticipated opening of “TRON Lightcycle Run” will be April 4, and “Happily Ever After” and “EPCOT Forever” return to the parks on April 3.


To Purchase

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