Disney Florida Resident Ticket Price Increasing, Too

We first reported this morning, according to the OC Register, that the price of the annual California “winter deal” ticket is increasing significantly – but with the price, guests enjoy additional flexibility.  This afternoon, word is coming in that the Florida resident ticket comparable to the West Coast deal is also increasing.

The 2011 iteration of the deal – the “4 Day Wild 4 Disney” ticket – is now on sale for $119.  The same deal in 2010, then called the “Play 4 Days” ticket, was $99.  The pass is good for four days of single park admission between January 2 and May 22 (with blackouts around the Easter holiday.)  There are no other restrictions on the ticket; guests can choose to go to all four parks, the same park four times, or any combination in between.

Guests can add a “park hopper” feature to the ticket, which enables them to hop from one park to another on the same day, for an additional $27. Likewise, admission to the water parks can be added on for the same amount.   The cost of the child’s ticket is the same as adult ticket.

While the price hike is significant, Walt Disney World is still charging less for the pass than they did in 2008, before the global economy – and Orlando tourism – went soft.

To learn more about the deal, vist DisneyWorld.com and look for “Florida Resident Discounts.”


4 responses to “Disney Florida Resident Ticket Price Increasing, Too

  • If I am reading correctly – On the Disney web site lists another important difference from last year Dream Pass. This year’s pass expires 14 days after its first use. Last year, you could go ANY 4 days (outside of the blackout days). That’s a huge difference!

  • Gosh Dee – you’re right! A quick review of the Disney website confirms that it does expire “14 days from first use or by May 26, 2011, whichever comes first.” This information isn’t available, unfortunately, until you get to the “buy now” page. Thanks for pointing that out, and for your comment!

  • No worries. I called Disney and they said it’s a mistake on the website order page and they are aware of it. The website should be updated in the next couple of days.

  • Thanks so much! I just tweeted the info. We’re annual passholders and don’t get these tix, so I hadn’t thought to call and challenge the policy! We appreciate you reporting back your findings.

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