Walt Disney World Announces New Disney Weekday Magic Ticket for Florida Residents

Starting on January 11, there will be a new way for Florida residents to experience Walt Disney World’s 50th Anniversary celebration. The new Disney Weekday Magic ticket will allow Floridians to purchase a 2-day single park ticket for $149 (plus tax). The ticket will be valid Mondays through Fridays through April 7, 2022. There will be potential blockout dates between March 14-18, 2022.

There are also a 3-day ticket and 4-day ticket being offered for Florida residents. The 3-day ticket is $179 (plus tax). The 4-day ticket is $199 (plus tax). They are also available from Monday through Friday through April 7, 2022 with potential blockout dates between March 14-18, 2022. These tickets also can have the Park Hopper added to them for an additional cost.

These new tickets will allow Florida residents the chance to check out many of the offerings that have arrived. at Walt Disney World Resort for The World’s Most Magical Celebration. This includes Disney Enchantment at Magic Kingdom, Harmonious at EPCOT, Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure at EPCOT, and also the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts. EARidescent merchandise and food can also be found throughout Walt Disney World Resort during the celebration.

To purchase and use the Disney Weekday Magic ticket, proof of Florida residency will be required. To use the ticket, a reservation must be obtained through the Disney Park Pass system at Walt Disney World Resort. For those that purchase a ticket and then don’t use it, the price of purchase of a completely unused ticket can be put towards the purchase of a new ticket of equal or higher value.

What do you think of the Disney Weekday Magic Ticket? Will you use it? You can purchase yours through Mouseways Travel, the official travel partner of DAPS MAGIC. Share your thoughts and opinions on this new ticket option in the comments below!

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