Walt Disney World Announces New ‘Florida Resident Disney Weekday Magic Ticket’ Through April

If you’re a Floridian who missed out on Annual Passes the last time they went on sale more than a year ago and you still want to experience this year’s EPCOT International Festival of the Arts or the grand finale of Walt Disney World’s 50th Anniversary, you’re in luck! Disney has announced a special new Florida Resident Disney Weekday Magic Ticket for select dates from January through April 2023!

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For guests with Florida Residency, you can now get a special weekday ticket starting at $175 (plus tax), with additional days coming in at $20 each. Tickets are available for up to four days. Pricing pre-tax is listed below:

  • 2-Day Ticket: $175 plus tax
  • 3-Day Ticket: $195 plus tax
  • 4-Day Ticket: $215 plus tax

The Florida Resident Disney Weekday Magic Ticket is available for dates of visit between January 10 through April 27 and on weekdays only. Add-ons are also available, as listed below:

  • Park Hopper: Visit more than one park on the same day. $40 per ticket plus tax.
  • Water Park & Sports: Visit one park per day, plus enjoy a visit to a water park, golf course or miniature golf course on each day of your ticket. For example, if you purchase a 2-Day Disney Weekday Magic Ticket with the Water Park and Sports Option, you can visit a Walt Disney World theme park on 2 days with a theme park reservation—and visit a Disney water park on 2 additional days by April 27, 2023. $35 per ticket plus tax
  • Park Hopper Plus: Visit more than one park on the same day, plus visit a water park, golf course or miniature golf course on each day of your ticket. This ticket option is a combination of the Park Hopper Option and the Water Park and Sports Option. $55 per ticket plus tax.

Proof of Florida residency, a Florida billing address, and of course Park Pass reservations are required to visit with these tickets. The following dates are blacked out for these special tickets:

  • March 13 to March 17, 2023
  • April 3 to April 7, 2023
  • April 10 to April 14, 2023

A special deal is also still available for Florida Residents to book Walt Disney World Resort Hotel rooms.

Will you take advantage of this special Florida Resident Disney Weekday Magic Ticket? Let us know in the comments below!

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18 thoughts on “Walt Disney World Announces New ‘Florida Resident Disney Weekday Magic Ticket’ Through April”

  1. Disappointed that they offered this as a week day only ticket. Family’s can’t take advantage of this if they have school age children unless the kids can miss school. Bring back the original Fla resident 3-4 day tickets! And start selling annuals that include the weekends again, please!

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  2. Only days we could go is spring break and those days are blocked so we won’t be able to take advantage of this deal. The kids are in the school during the week.

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  3. This is practically disrespectful…why even bother to offer this?? Disney knows what we have been waiting for. This doesn’t appease us. Give us our annual passes back and the Florida Resident special 3 and 4 day tickets AS THEY USED TO BE WITH WEEKENDS!

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  4. That’s the best you offer. Hourly workers who have kids can’t afford those prices! I love Disney but as a retiree can’t afford tickets. Be more reasonable with Florida residents who are hourly employees and people on limited income who would like a nice day in the iconic Mickey and Minnie house.

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  5. as dvc members who used to take 3 trips to disney every year, and former annual passholders, the wife and i have decided just to stay in the property and lounge by the pool for our vacation. so, price of tickets mean nothing to us. let disney nickle and dime everyone else. we might go to the parks when we can actually buy annual passes and actually park hop again but, i bet the prices will be soooo high it will not be worth it for us. the sad part is no more trips for the grandchildren to enjoy anymore. way to go disney. so much family fun without the family.

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  6. Have no desire to even visit once. My best memories of this park are before 1990. It was fun and much more affordable.
    The Everglades and all the natural springs we have here in Florida are a lot more fun plus are rhe real Florida.

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  7. It’s time to take car of Florida residents you depended on them when you open so do the right thing and bring back annual Florida residents passes or everyone in Florida should ban Disney and wait for Epic park to open

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  8. Bring back Florida rate annual pass and 4 day Florida resident passes that can be used on weekends This is ridiculous and you can’t take the grandkids during the week. and the few dates you could you have blocked yet those dates! So sad for all who would enjoy going back. Also stop the crazy reservations program. It’s awlful!

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  9. Im Florida resident (retired) who would REALLY ENJOY taking grandkids to WDW but prices are just too expensive!!! Help out the FL residents and their families to make great memories again

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  10. Disney should TREASURE us FL residents!! We are closer than everybody else, go much more frequently, and love to bring long distance friends & family. With such expensive prices and poooor deals for FL residents, MANY of us will NOT choose this form of family entertainment and simply not attend. Wouldn’t Disney rather have more residents come much more often than not at all? And NO! I’m not contributing to high price park tickets to pay for YOUR debts. You had it soooo good for over half a century, so budget better…. No one pays our personal debts in FL.

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