Learn how Florida residents can take advantage of the Disney Weekday Magic Ticket this year.
Among the major perks of living in Florida: plenty of surf, sunshine, and sweet Disney deals. There’s another good one coming at ya: the new Disney Weekday Magic Ticket, which gives Florida residents a nice discount on two-, three-, and four-day tickets to Walt Disney World Resort.
Disney Weekday Magic Ticket Available for Florida Residents Through April 7
Starting Jan. 11—hey, that’s today—you’ll be able to purchase a Disney Weekday Magic Ticket good for between two and four days at WDW Resort.
These tickets can be used any weekday visits between Jan. 11 and April 7. That’ll put you right in the thick of big events like the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts, which runs from Jan. 14–Feb. 21; the EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival, which runs from March 2-July4; and The World’s Most Magical Celebration.
So how much will a Disney Weekday Magic Ticket package set you back? Before tax, two-day tickets are $149, three-day tickets are $179, and four-day tickets are $199.
Consider that a one-day theme park ticket coasts $109. That means that a four-day Disney Weekday Magic Ticket more than halves the cost of regular admission for a quartet of visits.
Are There Add-Ons for the Disney Weekday Magic Ticket?
Want Park Hopper? Oh, you’ve got it. You can hop to your heart’s content for an extra $35 per ticket. And, yes, you’re right, that’s almost half the cost of the regular Park Hopper add-on.
If you’re super stoked to get soaked again at Typhoon Lagoon—which reopened on Jan. 2—you can also add the Water Park and Sports option for an extra $30 per ticket. Or, if you want the benefits of the Park Hopper and Water Park and Sports packages combined, go with the Park Hopper Plus option for $50 a ticket.
What Are the Restrictions for the Disney Weekday Magic Ticket?
This deal isn’t too good to be true because it’s the real deal, Holyfield. But, like with any promotion, there are some restrictions.
Here’s the big’n: The week of March 14-18 is subject to blockout. So if you’re planning ahead, maybe try to work around that week.
Otherwise, it’s pretty typical for a WDW ticket offer. You’ll need proof of residency to nab the Disney Weekday Magic Ticket since it’s exclusive to Florida residents, so have that handy. A Disney Park Pass reservation and valid ticket are required for all guests three and up.
If your ticket expires for any reason, don’t sweat it. The price you paid for the ticket can be applied to any new ticket purchase of equal or lesser value.
Hit up the Walt Disney World offers page to take advantage of the Disney Weekday Magic Ticket for Florida Residents by April 11. And don’t forget to check out the Floridian-exclusive offers for select Disney Resort hotels running now through March 10 and from March 11–July 7.
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