Florida Resident Disney Magic Flex Ticket from $49 per day

Aug 13, 2020 in "Ticket - Florida Resident Disney Magic Flex Ticket"

Posted: Thursday August 13, 2020 11:28am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Walt Disney World's new Florida Resident Disney Magic Flex Ticket offers park admission from $49 per day at any of the four theme parks.

A 4 day pass costs $49 per day, 3 day pass is $58 per day, and a 2 day pass is $65 per day.

  • 2 day tickets are valid for 2 days through September 30, 2020.
  • 3 day tickets are valid for 3 days through November 20, 2020; and from November 29, 2020 through December 18, 2020.
  • 4 day tickets are valid for 4 days through November 20, 2020; and from November 29, 2020 through December 18, 2020.

Tickets do not have to be used on consecutive dates. Tickets are nonrefundable, nontransferable, must be used by the same person on all days, and require a Disney Parks Pass. 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.

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legwand77Aug 14, 2020

well I will be making a call as I have a premier pass ;)

Jrb1979Aug 14, 2020

I personally don't see demand stabilizing by then. Covid numbers might be down but many people won't be able to afford a Disney vacation. It still blows me away that people still believe demand will return so quick.

Jrb1979Aug 14, 2020

I meant that Disney needs more resort guests over day guests as resort guests tend to spend more.

Magic FeatherAug 14, 2020

They aren’t closed permanently, just until demand stabilizes a bit. I’d honestly be surprised if they were still closed by the end of the year.

UnbansheeAug 14, 2020

Yes, it came out in July

revanchoAug 14, 2020

Agreed! I moved here in March (epic timing) mainly out of a love for Disney. Since then, my passion for Disney has only gone down while my appreciation for Universal has gone way up. Universal has made it easy and affordable to visit, while Disney has made it difficult and expensive. I’m not even sure I will buy a Disney AP if or when they become available at this point because the value just isn’t quite there with the limited reservations. And that would have been unthinkable for me just a few months ago.

LilofanAug 14, 2020

More resort guests? The hotels next to Disney Springs on Hotel Plaza Blvd are starting to shut down namely the Hilton / Buena Vista Palace.

JoeCamelAug 14, 2020

They added in a month on mine on top of the closure days. I'm not arguing with them but I doubt I will use it in any case so it doesn't matter.

Giss NericAug 14, 2020

Disney AP holders are also significantly higher than Universal APs, like triple times more. If you have less people to worry, less problems.

Epcot82GuyAug 14, 2020

As a new local resident, Universal is getting my money currently since Disney is very clearly thumbing its nose. I get the arguments, but blocking AP sales just for this discount is a huge barrier. I bought one only because a friend is in town and I promised I would go. And when I visit Disney Springs and the resorts, I'm much less likely to buy food or merch because I have the bad taste in my mouth. Where I typically now always buy things at Universal. If Disney have any type of pass option, it would be strongly reversed. I get it's one person, but feeling appreciated has a tangible return now and in the future.

legwand77Aug 14, 2020

also, since the Florida resident AP is significantly less expensive, not that big a deal

legwand77Aug 14, 2020

Ha, digging deep there

legwand77Aug 14, 2020

very true, cheaper than getting a room too. Plus you still keep the three reservation days

legwand77Aug 14, 2020

Yes they extended to meet the number of closed days, Disney did the same and added an extra month, Universal did not add the extra month