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[Florida Residents] 3-Day Discover Disney Tickets at $59 Per Day at Walt Disney World - Buy By June 30, 2020 $175

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It's back! starting Jan. 2, 2020, Florida residents can purchase a 3-Day Discover Disney Ticket for $175 (plus tax) for a limited time, or $59 per day (plus tax), valid for admission to one Walt Disney World theme park per day, any day through June 30, 2020. For an additional $20 (plus tax), Florida residents can add a fourth day to experience even more of the exciting new opportunities coming in 2020.

The Florida Resident Discover Disney Ticket includes admission to any of the four Walt Disney World theme parks (one theme park per day). Tickets are available for purchase Jan. 2-June 27, 2020, and can be used any three or four days (depending on ticket purchased) from Jan. 2 through June 30, 2020.

More Info and To Purchase [Disneyworld.com]
3-day Discover Disney Ticket for $175, plus tax ($59 per day, plus tax)
4-day Discover Disney Ticket for $195, plus tax ($49 per day, plus tax)


* Tickets and any options purchased must be used by June 30, 2020. Proof of Florida residency required. All tickets and options are nontransferable and nonrefundable and exclude activities/events separately priced.

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Created 12-30-2019 at 02:53 PM by serra
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I am non resident, what is the best way to get cheap tickets.
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I am non resident, what is the best way to get cheap tickets.
whatever you do, don't buy tickets from strangers. they could be used already.

best thing to do is buy disney gift cards from sams club or target with redcard and pay for tickets directly from disney or stay at a good neighbor hotel and purchase through an authorized reseller for discount.
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I am non resident, what is the best way to get cheap tickets.
As other's said, DO NOT buy from scalpers or 3rd party. Expect to save no more than 5% when purchasing discount tickets through authorized re-sellers (undercover tourist, AAA), or buy purchasing Disney Gift Cards at a discount (again expect no more than 5% off)
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I hope the SoCal resident deal is imminent
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I purchased from my hotel at a discount which was lower than online 3rd party wholesalers like perksatwork
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Despite all the antics, I guess being a Florida man sometimes pays off.
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I am non resident, what is the best way to get cheap tickets.
I've used Undercover Tourist a few times. Price includes tax and you can stack with rebate sites.

You get your tickets via email and then can start planning your Fastpasses (as opposed as picking up at gate).
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Can Florida Residents buy these for non-residents?
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I've used Undercover Tourist a few times. Price includes tax and you can stack with rebate sites.

You get your tickets via email and then can start planning your Fastpasses (as opposed as picking up at gate).
Problem with buying 3rd party tickets (for anything really) is you have absolutely no recourse through the 1st party if you show up and something is wrong. The peace of mind isn't worth a small discount.
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Can someone explain how they enforce the 'Florida resident' piece to me? As an example, if I have a friend's mom who lives in FL buy the tickets, does she have to be at the gate with her license?
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Problem with buying 3rd party tickets (for anything really) is you have absolutely no recourse through the 1st party if you show up and something is wrong. The peace of mind isn't worth a small discount.
Use a credit card with travel protection (it's considered travel with Chase). I've ordered from them at least 5x. Never any issues. It's the only place I even look at this point.
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Can Florida Residents buy these for non-residents?
You need to show FL ID when you exchange at Disney. The only sort of loophole is if FL residents are going with children that live out of state. For example, grand-kids from PA are vising grandma who lives in FL. Grandma can get tix for her and kids with this deal. However, if the adult parents were to also go they would need to show ID and wouldn't get in with the deal.
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Can someone explain how they enforce the 'Florida resident' piece to me? As an example, if I have a friend's mom who lives in FL buy the tickets, does she have to be at the gate with her license?
https://disneyworld.disney.go.com...a-address/
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Kick it up to $439 for an annual pass...with ya da ya da restrictions.

https://disneyworld.disney.go.com.../purchase/

Disney Theme Park Select Pass
Florida Residents Only


Admission during certain times of the year to select theme parks (View blockout dates, which vary by theme park.)
325 days or more of admission to at least one theme park, more days annually compared to Silver Pass.
From time to time, existing blockout dates for Theme Park Select Pass may be lifted.
Standard theme park parking
Up to 20% off select dining
Up to 20% off on select merchandise in store
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