How to Find the Cheapest Tickets for Florida Residents

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Do you like saving money? Tickets to visit the Walt Disney World parks are expensive no matter what, but our Walt Disney World Ticket Calculator eases that pain a bit by helping you find discounted tickets from legitimate third-party vendors. We monitor vendors’ ticket prices and calculate solutions that offer the cheapest way to meet your Disney World ticketing needs.

Florida Resident Tickets

Earlier this month, we added support for Florida resident tickets to the Ticket Calculator. If you are a Florida resident, click “Show Advanced Options” and then select Yes at the “Are You a Florida Resident?” prompt.

Ticket Calculator Example

Although this could change in the future, Disney currently offers “normal” 1-day, 3-day, and 4-day tickets to Florida residents (see Disney’s information on proving Florida residence) at a slight discount. In addition, Disney periodically offers heavily discounted tickets to encourage Florida residents to visit the parks during specific times of year. For example, right now Florida residents can purchase 3-day or 4-day Get Your Ears On tickets that are valid for use any days between the purchase date and August 28, 2019. The 3-day Get Your Ears On tickets start at $199, and the 4-day tickets start at $219. (These prices are for 1 Park per Day tickets and do not include sales tax; Park Hopper and Park Hopper Plus options can be added.)

The Calculator may reveal some results that are not obvious. For example, if you are a Florida resident and need 5 park days in July 2019, it may be cheapest to purchase a 4-day Get Your Ears On ticket in combination with a separate 1-day ticket rather than getting a single 5-day ticket.

There are more than 20 million people living in Florida, and we hope they can take advantage of this Ticket Calculator update!

Ticket Calculator Speed

Finally, please be patient after clicking the “Calculate” button on the Ticket Calculator. The tool may take many seconds to run, especially with complex requests. Your browser may issue a timeout, in which case clicking “wait” to allow it to complete should succeed. We generally use Google Chrome with the Ticket Calculator and have it work fine, occasionally needing to click “Wait” a time or two for complex ticket scenarios. We realize this is not a great user experience, and we’ll be looking to improve that in the future.

Have any questions about this tool? Are there other features you’d like to see? Let us know in the comments.

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