The 2021 Florida Resident Discover Disney Ticket for Walt Disney World is available for those living in the Sunshine State.
Starting on Monday, Jan. 4, Florida residents can take advantage of a returning ticket deal.
There Are Three Types Of Ticket Options
The types of deals are available are as follows, ranging from lowest to highest price:
- 4-Day Tickets: $50 per day, plus tax; $199 per ticket, plus tax
- 3-Day Tickets: $60 per day, plus tax; $179 per ticket, plus tax
- 2-Day Tickets: $75 per day, plus tax; $149 per ticket, plus tax
You can even choose to get a Discover Disney Ticket that includes the Park Hopper Option, which officially returned on Jan. 1.
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Discover Disney Tickets
These particular tickets are valid for admission to one theme park per day.
Yes, park reservations made through the Disney Park Pass System are still required.
It’s also important to note that 2021 Florida Resident Discover Disney Tickets are not valid on a specific set of blackout dates in 2021. These blackout dates include:
- 2-Day Tickets: Jan. 16-18 and Feb. 13-15
- 3-Day and 4-Day Tickets: Jan. 16-18, Feb. 13-15, March 26-April 11, and May 28-31, 2021
Take note that these tickets can be used on consecutive or non-consecutive days, but there are the following expiration dates:
- March 11, 2021: 2-Day tickets and add-on options expire
- June 18, 2021: 3-Day and 4-Day tickets and add-on options expire
Keep in mind: After expiration date, the price paid for a wholly unused ticket can be applied to the purchase of a new ticket with an equal or higher price.
The Return Of Park Hopping
If you want to get a Discover Disney Ticket that includes the Park Hopper Option, here’s what you need to know.
As previously mentioned, park hopping is officially back at WDW and it’s a little different than you might remember.
Guests with a ticket or Annual Pass with Park Hopper benefits are allowed to visit more than one park per day– even all four if they choose to, depending on availability.
You must make a park reservation for the first park you plan to visit and enter that first park before visiting another.
A park reservation is not required after the first park, but reservation requirements are subject to change.
You can only park hop during Park Hopper hours, which you can check on the WDW website. Hours are supposed to be added to the My Disney Experience app in the near future.
Park Hopper hours begin at 2 p.m. each day and end at the park’s scheduled close time. These hours could differ depending on the day and the park.
It’s also important to keep in mind that the ability to visit another park depends on the park’s capacity limitations.
You can call an automated Disney hotline to check on park availability. The number is: (407) 560-5000.
And one more final note: If you are visiting Hollywood Studios after visiting your first park, you can’t join the virtual queue for Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance.
If you’re a Florida resident and are interested in purchasing Discover Disney Tickets, contact a Destinations to Travel agent. They can help you with all your magical Disney needs.