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NEW Walt Disney World 50th Anniversary Vanity License Plates Now Available for Pre-Sale; Proceeds to Benefit Make-A-Wish Foundation

Official news on Walt Disney World vanity license plates has been released!

For the first time ever, a specialty Walt Disney World Resort license plate is available for purchase in honor of the resort’s 50th anniversary. Proceeds of the license plate will go to Make-A-Wish of Central and Northern Florida.

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Disney has a longstanding relationship with Make-A-Wish, dating back to 1980, and since then, more than 140,000 Disney-inspired wishes have been granted, with more than 8,000 taking place each year at Walt Disney World Resort. 

While the design of this specialty plate will be revealed at a later date, interested car owners can purchase a presale voucher now for $25 plus applicable state administration fees through local County Tax Collector’s offices and license plate agencies (DMVs) across the State of Florida. 

To learn more about purchasing a pre-sale voucher for your license plate, visit flhsmv.gov.

Walt Disney World also noted that they are “busy planning the 50th anniversary celebration” and will share more details in the months to come.

For more information on booking your next trip with our official travel agent sponsor, the Vacationeer, visit wdwnt.travel.

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David
David
11 days ago

Not visible on FLHSMV site as of now.

Judi
Judi
11 days ago

Wished that we lived in Florida so we could purchase the plates.

Kristen
Kristen
11 days ago

So license plate is only available for Florida drivers?

Michael
Michael
11 days ago

Tell us more about how to pre register…
The state site tells us to go to the county site then that site sends us back to the state site that tells you to go to the county site. Keep in mind these are the same people that made calling the unemployment office and getting put on hold feel like getting a boarding group for Rise.

Disney Fan
Disney Fan
9 days ago

Just returned from the DMV in Ocoee, Florida.
The cost is $33 NOT $25 and that’s for cash only. If you use a credit card, the cost jumps up to $35.
Please fix your article. 

Tom Corless
Admin
6 days ago
Reply to  Disney Fan

Sorry, we literally just posted what Disney provided.

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