There’s one thing that stays consistent with tickets to Walt Disney World theme parks in Orlando: price increases. Every few months, a few dollars are tacked on for tickets or parking fees.
Fortunately, you can usually find a discount if you are a Florida Resident. The more days you select, the less you’ll pay for each visit. With the Florida Resident Discover Disney Ticket, you can experience the magic for approximately $50 (plus tax) per day with a 4-day pass.
Florida Resident Discover Disney Ticket
It pays to be a Florida Resident!
A 4-day ticket is approximately $50 per day or a total of $199 (plus tax) and grants access to one theme park per day. You can also get a 3-day ticket for $174 or a 2-day ticket for $149.
- Visit any of the four parks, but only one per day: Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios or Animal Kingdom.
- Reservations required in advance. Check the calendar for availability.
- Tickets can be used on consecutive or non-consecutive days.
- Check out the know before you go details here.
- Bonus if you have a little one in tow: kids under 3 are free.
- Valid through June 18, 2021.
- To purchase by phone, call (407) 939-1800.
Show your Florida ID in advance with digital verification
Now you can provide proof that you are a Florida Resident before you arrive at the park. Save time by verifying in advance and online. Fill out the information upon checkout.
More Walt Disney World Florida Resident deals:
Water Park Passes (Water Parks reopen date is tentatively set for March, 7 2021)
Florida Residents can dive into a cool deal at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon and Disney’s Blizzard Beach with the Disney Water Park. They park usually offers an After 2pm discount deal for residents. As soon as we know more, we will update the deal here.
FREE THINGS TO DO NEAR DISNEY
With a nod to Central Florida’s refreshing natural springs, this outdoor escape features 120-acres of unique boutiques, award-winning restaurants and lively entertainment in four distinct neighborhoods: The Landing, Marketplace, West Side and Town Center. Relax by the water, stroll through shops, make fun memories and take plenty of selfies.
Take a step back in time at Disney’s Boardwalk, a quarter-mile promenade boasting endless charm and architecture inspired by 20th century coastal destinations like Coney Island. Watch street entertainers, take a boat ride through the Disney waterways, and tour one-of-a-kind shops.
This action-packed hotspot features an eclectic collection of themed restaurants, nightclubs, a movie theatre, shopping and non-stop entertainment. Parking at City Walk is free for everyone after 6 p.m.
Take in the sights and sounds, and then board the free water taxi service to cruise canals that meander throughout Universal Orlando Resort.
Hop off to explore the resorts and entertainment along the way including Musica della Notte (Music of the Night), a free evening of music at Loews Portofino Bay Hotel.
You might also be interested in checking out the latest Universal Orlando ticket discounts for Florida Residents.