New Disney Water Park deal for Florida residents now available at Walt Disney World

Apr 18, 2023 in "Typhoon Lagoon"

Posted: Tuesday April 18, 2023 6:00am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Walt Disney World is now offering a specially priced 2-Day Disney Water Park Ticket for Florida residents available April through June 2023.

Tickets can be used on consecutive or non-consecutive days, and two options are available:

  • 2-Day Disney Water Park Ticket valid for use April 18 through June 30, 2023
    $69 adults, $63 ages 3 to 9

  • 2-Day Disney Water Park Ticket valid for use April 18 through May 27, 2023
    $64 adults, $58 ages 3 to 9

Offer Details


Proof of Florida residency required.

Important Details

  • Ticket is valid at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon water park. Disney’s Blizzard Beach water park is currently closed.
  • For Florida resident tickets, Guests will need to show proof of Florida residency at the park entrance.
  • $69 ticket (plus tax) valid April 18 through June 30, 2023.
  • $64 ticket (plus tax) valid April 18 through May 27, 2023.
  • Ticket can be used on consecutive or non-consecutive days.
  • All tickets are nontransferable, nonrefundable, must be used by the same person on all days and exclude activities/events separately priced.
  • Parking at a Disney water park is complimentary.
  • At this time, a park reservation is not required to visit a water park; however, reservation requirements are subject to change.
  • Water parks are subject to rehabilitation, seasonal, capacity and weather closures.
  • Certain attractions and offerings may be modified or unavailable, limited in capacity and subject to limited availability or closure. Park admission, attractions and offerings are not guaranteed.
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SirwalterraleighApr 18, 2023

They’re wide open…most in probably 10 years This should at least prove to the sycophants that management can - in fact - lie whenever they want.

HauntedPirateApr 18, 2023

Rest assured, Bob and Christine have a plan. They can't tell you what the plan is, but it may or may not involve pricing and levers and discounts and managing demand. After all, last August Christine told us - "Looking ahead, domestic demand at our theme parks continues to look robust with current forward-looking hotel bookings and intent to visit roughly in line with pre-pandemic trends." I'm sure everything is fine.

SirwalterraleighApr 18, 2023

What?!? The line they “can’t cross” is selling a pass that’s only good for 1 of 2 parks?? Come on, Bob…that dividend isn’t gonna Jack itself up

HauntedPirateApr 18, 2023

*Searches for WDW Water Park Annual Passes* Search Results: 404 - This page is not available. ;)

SirwalterraleighApr 18, 2023

What’s a Disney 3 park….errr…1 park water annual pass cost these days?

AylaApr 18, 2023

For contrast, here is a WI resident annual pass to Wisconsin Dells premiere water park, Noah's Ark. It includes free parking, and other valuable discounts...for the entire season. Only $30 more for the entire season than a 2 day ticket.

HauntedPirateApr 18, 2023

Maybe someone should have warned both Bob's that "pricing levers" along with "Unprecedented demand!" has limits? 😂

SirwalterraleighApr 18, 2023

Yeah…I think I’ve mentioned things have “gone up” under emperor bobs one or two times…thousand 😎🤪🥃

Captain Culpepper ClineApr 18, 2023

That used to be the price for annual pass to both water parks

esskayApr 18, 2023

I need more coffee, completely misread that headline. New Disney Water Park Woo Deal Aww

SirwalterraleighApr 18, 2023

…yikes. With only one open? Business appears “light”