Not only are we lucky enough to live next to some of the best theme parks in the world, but as Florida Residents, we get the best discounts too. Take advantage of these fall deals at Orlando attractions.
Eat and drink around the world in just one day at Epcot’s International Wine & Food Festival. From tasty tapas and refreshing beverages to celebrity chef demonstrations and rock star performances, there’s something to satisfy most every taste and interest. The festival runs now through November 13th.
Florida Residents, indulge in this culinary event with special discounts to Epcot. Select the Florida Resident discount option that works best for you.
Florida Resident 3-Day Play Pass
Save up to 40% off the price of a 3-day ticket. Experience any one of the parks three times in a 6-month period for $46 per visit.
Florida Resident Epcot After 4 p.m. Annual Pass
Enjoy the Food & Wine Fest as many times as you would like after 4 p.m. The pass costs $158.69 and monthly payment options are available.
Florida Resident Weekday Select Pass
Enjoy all four theme parks Monday through Friday only during select times of the year. Prices start at $8.35 per month after down payment or $190.64 for adults and $175.73 for kids.
Florida Resident Seasonal Pass
Prices start at $16.33 per month after a down payment or $286.49 for adults and $264.12 for kids for the year. Enjoy admission to all of the four theme parks except on blockout dates.
Florida Residents can venture into the world of magic at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter on the cheap. Florida Residents save more than $30 on select multi-day tickets to Universal Orlando when purchasing in advance, online. Two-day, one-park access starts at $103.99. Experience the amazing rides, visit the shops of Hogsmeade and dine at Three Broomsticks.
Treat yourself to an evening like none other at La Nouba, Cirque Du Soleil in Orlando with a mesmerizing Florida Residents’ discount. Florida Residents can purchase $50 tickets (plus tax for adults and kids) for performances now through October 29th, Tuesday – Saturday, category 2 seats only. Tickets are available online or by calling the box office at 407-939-7328.
1780 East Buena Vista Dr.
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
Buy a day, get the rest of the year free at Wet ‘n Wild. For $47.95 + tax you can enjoy slipping and sliding at Wet ‘n Wild as much as you want through the end of 2011. If you only have time to visit once, Florida Residents save $14.95 on adult admission and $8.95 on kid admission. Proof of Florida residency required.
14501 South Orange Blossom Trail
Orlando, FL 32837
Dive into an adventure at Discovery Cove starting at $199. When you make a reservation to visit this fall, you will also receive unlimited admission to SeaWorld through January 31, 2012.
SeaWorld Orlando’s Halloween Spooktacular
SeaWorld Orlando has a great offer this fall, just in time for its Halloween Spooktacular. With each full-paid adult ticket, kids ages 3 through 9 are half-price through Oct. 31, 2011. This offer also includes a second visit free for both the full-paid adult and the half-price child tickets.
This limited-time offer is available for advance and online purchase only, and is not available at the front gate. Tickets can be purchased online or by calling 1-888-800-5447.
Half-price kids’ admission is only available with the purchase of a full-paid adult ticket. Additional children receive $10 off their admission. Adult admission is $81.99 plus tax, and children’s half-off admission is $36.99 plus tax with each paid-adult ticket.
Halloween meets the sea during SeaWorld Orlando’s Halloween Spooktacular, the ultimate family-friendly event featuring an ocean of Halloween fun where kids can trick-or-treat, dance with whimsical sea creatures, catch silly and spooky shows and create sea-themed arts and crafts. Another little treat to enjoy—this special event is free with SeaWorld park admission.
SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular takes place every weekend in October: 15-16, 22-23, and 28-30. This daytime event runs from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Halloween Horror Nights – Florida Residents save $40
Lady Luck reigns over Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights 21. Florida Residents can purchase in advance online and save up to $40 off the full price admission ($81.99+tax) with the UPC code from any Coca-Cola, Diet Coke or Coca-Cola Zero product or specially-marked cups from Burger King restaurants.
This year, you will become prey to fiendish creatures, come face-to-face with a horrifying “thing,” feel chills as you are haunted by deceased souls – and watch in paralyzing fear as Lady Luck transforms from a tempting seductress to a bloodthirsty beast.
Halloween Horror Nights runs October 13-16, 19-23 and 26-31.
Guests of all ages are invited to dress in costume and trick-or-treat
at Magic Kingdom’s boo-free bash after regular park hours. The
“not-so-scary” festivities include Mickey’s “Boo-to-You” Halloween
Parade and the bewitching Happy HalloWishes fireworks show.
Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party runs on select nights now through November 1.
Make it a staycation! Florida Residents save up to 35% at select Walt Disney World® Resort hotels for stays most nights 10/3–11/22 and 11/26–12/24/11. Additional per-adult charges apply if more than two adults per room.