Limited Time Disney Passes Just Got Super Cheap For Florida Residents
No better time than now!
Almost everyone loves Disney, but we Floridians know that going to the Happiest Place on Earth isn't always cheap. If you've been wishing upon a star lately, like Pinocchio, to have a Disney Date - you're in luck. Disney is offering a limited time deal that makes a Disney weekend super affordable.
Disney tickets generally run for $110 a pop per day, and that's not including all the money you spend on food and merch. Until June 30th, Sunshine Staters can get a discounted admission into the park for 3 days. They don't have to be used consecutively, so you can space your visits out between now and the 30th. Or you can smush your days all into one weekend and have an epic Disney Date with your love or best friends.
With the Discover Disney deal, you have all day access to 1 park per day for 3 days for only $175, plus tax. They also offer the option to add a 4th day for only $20 more if you're wanting to experience everything each Disney park has to offer, or have an additional day to stash away for a rainy day. If you want to be able to go to more than 1 park in a day, they offer options to upgrade to Park Hopper as well for an additional fee.
Sometimes Disney has blackout dates where you can't go due to expected high volume - but that is not the case with this deal. As a Florida Resident, you get first to pick with no blackout dates, so you can pick and choose when you want to go. With Disney having so much to see and do and the upgrade options at the steep discount, experiencing the Happiest Place on Earth just got a little happier for your wallet too.
Of course, Disney also offers deals for annual passes for Florida Residents if you're in frequent need of a Disney Date - all annual pass packages offer different options that would best suit your frequency of visit, and we're all about saving that money for more travel and experiences (or snacks and drinks at the park).
To see more about the deal and other deals for Florida Residents or to book your ticket, see Disney's website here.