Universal Orlando, Disney World Offering Discounts to Florida Residents After COVID-19 Shutdown Earlier This Year
By Fox News // August 18, 2020
ORLANDO, FLORIDA (FOX NEWS) – Florida’s theme parks really want Floridians to show up.
As amusement parks continue to try to draw crowds following several months of coronavirus-forced shutdowns, it seems that some parks in Florida are aiming to keep things local. In fact, two of the largest theme parks in the state are offering steep discounts on tickets, but only to Floridians.
Both Universal Orlando and Disney World are offering Florida residents specially discounted ticket options, Travel and Leisure reports. Both are currently offering these deals on tickets that can be used throughout the rest of the year (with some restrictions).
Disney World is offering Florida residents discounted tickets for up to four days at a time. The park is offering two-, three-, or four-day ticket packages under a program called the “Florida Resident Disney Magic Flex Ticket,” starting at $130 (or $65 per day) for the two-day passes, $174 (or $58 per day) for three-day passes, and $195 (or $49 per day) for a four-day pass.
The two- and three-day passes are good through the end of September and the end of November, respectively. Meanwhile, the four-day passes won’t be valid until Nov. 29 and will be good through mid-December.
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