Florida Residents now have a new way to get back to Disney World.
It is called the Magic Flex Ticket, and it allows Florida Residents to use their park days on their own terms for an extremely discounted rate: as little as $49 a day!
The official description on the Walt Disney World website states the following:
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.
While it is not new for the Walt Disney World Resort to market special tickets to locals, the Magic Flex Ticket is different because of–as its name suggests–its flexibility. Rather than having to use their multi-day passes on consecutive days, Guests will be able to enjoy multiple days on their own schedule for an incredible price.
The Magic Flex Ticket comes with either 2, 3, or 4 park days and is valid between either July 22, 2020 – September 30, 2020, or November 29, 2020 – December 18, 2020. All park days must be used within the window.
Spend 2 days in the parks for $65 per day, 3 days in the parks for $58, or get 4 days in the parks–the chance to visit all four Walt Disney World for as little as $49 a day.
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To put this into perspective, the 4-day Disney Magic Flex Ticket cost a total of $195 plus tax. A “normal” Walt Disney World theme park ticket at Florida Resident prices would cost $109 per day.
This flexibility is also subject to the Disney Park Pass availability within each window. But at the time of this article’s publication, the only park that is showing no availability for theme park ticket holders is Disney’s Hollywood Studios on July 23 – July 25. Every other day shows availability for all four Disney parks, including Magic Kingdom Park, EPCOT, Disney’s Animal Kingdom for both windows.
Both a valid park ticket and a park pass is required for park entry, and Florida residents looking to utilize this multi-day theme park ticket must also show proof of residency. Remember to link your Magic Flex Ticket to your My Disney Experience account and keep in mind that the Walt Disney World Resort has suspended all park hopper options. Theme park ticket holders and Annual Passholders alike can only explore one park per day.
Disney World’s new Magic Flex Ticket draws similarities to Disneyland’s Flex Ticket, which was made exclusively for Southern California residents, and Disneyland’s Annual Flex Pass Annual Passport. Before the Disneyland Resort’s extended closure, the Flex Pass required Passholders to make a reservation before visiting either Disneyland park or Disney California Adventure on most days, usually on weekends and peak season days.
If you are looking to plan an in-state vacation to Disney World, it helps to have expert guidance to stay on top of new offerings like this flex ticket. That is why we continue to recommend our friends at Academy Travel. Academy’s agents will work with you to keep you up-to-date on all the latest information so you can be prepared and create the most magical trip for your budget. Click here to reach out and book your next Disney trip today!