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Walt Disney World Resort Announces NEW Florida Resident Disney Magic Flex Ticket for 2020

In order to entice even more Florida Residents to make the trip to Walt Disney World Resort, Disney has announced a new Florida Resident Disney Magic Flex Ticket, available now and starting at just $130 for a two-day ticket valid for dates through September, and just $174 for a three-day ticket valid through December 18. You can check out the full details below:

Get a 2-day Florida Resident Disney Magic Flex Ticket for just $130 plus tax (that’s just $65 per day plus tax). Or, enjoy more magic with a 3-day or 4-day specially priced ticket.With the Florida Resident Disney Magic Flex Ticket, you can enjoy 2, 3 or 4 days—depending on the ticket purchased—at one Walt Disney World theme park per day. These flexible tickets can be used at any one of our 4 theme parks on non-consecutive days throughout the offer period (subject to availability).

Both a theme park reservation via the Disney Park Pass system and valid theme park ticket for the same park on the same date are required for each person in your party ages 3 and up (limit one park per day). Reservations are limited and subject to availability. View the park reservation availability calendar.

Explore pricing for 2-day, 3-day and 4-day Florida Resident Disney Magic Flex Tickets:

Tickets can be purchased online by clicking here. To purchase by phone, call (407) 939-4282 and speak with a vacation planning expert or call your travel agent.

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6 months ago

Yeah, entice the people with the most COVID cases to visit. Real smart. As long as Chapek gets the money, who cares if he hospitalizes people as a result? I don’t see him trying to entice the passholders, the so-called most valued guests, or anyone else for that matter.

6 months ago

As a current Universal Passholder, it’s a tough pill to swallow shelling out almost 200 bucks for a “normal” 2-day Magic Your Way Ticket, especially since I’m already a UOAP. This definitely makes Disney seem much more attractive.

5 months ago

Can the tickets be used on consecutive days?