Florida residents just got a whole new way to enjoy the Happiest Place On Earth. Just released Wednesday morning, this new Florida resident discount ticket for Disney World Orlando will allow Floridians to frolic in their favorite parks for just $130 for a two-day ticket. There are a couple of other new options for extra days as well.\nThe new Florida Resident Disney Magic Flex Ticket offers a two-day ticket deal at a $130 price tag, and it's valid from July 22, 2020, through September 30, 2020. That comes out to about $65 per day.\nNarcity spoke to a customer service agent to confirm the deal and was also told that it's rare to see two-day ticket options for Florida residents, making this deal even juicier.\nEditor's Choice: Disney World Orlando Is Running A Magical Deal For Florida Residents\nThe new Magic Flex Tickets also offer a three-day option for $174 for visiting dates between July 22, 2020, and December 18, 2020, and a four-day option at $195 for the same date window.\nThose two options also have blackout dates around Thanksgiving, stretching from November 21 to November 28.\nView this post on Instagram This morning marks another milestone in the phased reopening of #WaltDisneyWorld Resort, as Magic Kingdom Park and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park welcome guests for the first time in months. Check out the @DisneyParksBlog for updates throughout the day. ✨ A post shared by Walt Disney World (@waltdisneyworld) on Jul 11, 2020 at 5:01am PDT\nOne of the best parts about this deal is you don’t have to use the ticket days consecutively, so you can spread out your Disney day trips however best fits your schedule between the valid dates.\nThese Magic Flex Tickets allow you to pick one park to visit per day, but you're not limited to only one park for all of your days.\nView this post on Instagram So grateful we can be back to posting pictures of me being a Disney again. Makes me feel normal A post shared by Elizabeth 🍭 (@elizabeth.roy1) on Jul 20, 2020 at 7:16pm PDT\nYou could start out one day checking out the new paint job on Cinderella's Castle at The Magic Kingdom, then switch it up on your next visit with a tour of the world at Epcot — and maybe snap some pics to commemorate your trip while you're at it.\nThe tickets are not refundable and are subject to park capacity, so make sure you grab your reservation date well in advance before jumping at the deal.\nView this post on Instagram This is the day where the sky caught on fire for 3 minutes over Pandora the World of Avatar. @waltdisneyworld . . Shot with @disneyimageworks . . #disney #wdw #waltdisneyworld #waltdisney #disneyparks #wdwbde #disneymagic #igers_wdw #disneyside #disneyworld #wheredreamscometrue #instadisney #nikon #nikonlove #z7 #nikonz7 #mirrorlessreinvented #pandora A post shared by Cliff Wang Photography (@whoiscliffwang) on Dec 30, 2019 at 7:58pm PST\nYou may want to take a look at Disney’s updated safety guidelines before you go too, but that won’t put a damper on all the magic Florida residents can look forward to once more.