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  • On Mar 27, 2023
    Sheri from FL Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hello, How much is a one day disney ticket for florida resident?

    Heigh-ho, Sheri! It's off to Walt Disney World Resort you go!

    Welcome to planDisney! 

    Magic Mirror on the wall, who is the luckiest of them all? It's YOU, Sheri! Not only are you going to The Most Magical Place on Earth, but as a resident of the Sunshine State and Mickey's neighbor, you get to take advantage of Florida Resident Disney Theme Park Tickets

    Currently, you won't find discounts on one-day tickets; however, some fantastic deals are starting from 2 days to 4-day tickets. Check out the Florida Resident Disney Weekday Magic Tickets and Save 40% on a 4-Day Ticket.

    Sheri, your price is subject to change because different components go into purchasing a theme park ticket. For instance, Guests can purchase a one-park-per-day theme park ticket or add the Park Hopper Option to their ticket, allowing them to enter more than one park during that day. Because prices are subject to change, I'd be happy to show you how to check the total cost of your ticket.

    When you're at the Walt Disney World Resort website, log into your My Disney Experience account in the top right corner. Then, look for the "Parks & Tickets" tab at the top of the page. If you hover over this, you will see a drop-down menu. From that menu, please select "Theme Park Tickets." Since you're logged into your My Disney Experience account, the system will consider that you're a Florida resident and give you those prices accordingly.

    Next, you will select the number of days that you want. Then, you'll want to scroll down and select the ticket type you want; for instance, if you'd like to add the Park Hopper Option.

    Now you will scroll down and choose the first day you plan to visit the Theme Parks! Next, you can click the arrows at the top of the calendar to navigate from month to month. Once you find the first day you plan to visit, please click on that date on the calendar. You will now see the Valid Use Period under the calendar. These are the days this ticket will be valid to use.

    After selecting the start date for your ticket, scroll down to indicate how many tickets you need for Ages 10+ and how many tickets you need for Ages 3-9. Mouseketeers two and younger are Guests of Mickey Mouse, so they do not need a theme park ticket. After filling out the information, you should be able to scroll down and check the total cost of theme park tickets.

    During the purchase process, please remember to verify your Florida residency online, so you don't have to worry about doing it when picking up the tickets. Proof of residency is required when purchasing Florida resident tickets. However, no worries if you forget to show proof of Florida residency. You're welcome to do so at the ticket booth windows at the theme park entrance or the Disney Ticket Center at Disney Springs. 

    Do be sure you've made your Disney Park Pass reservations for your visit, as both theme park tickets, as well as Disney Park Pass reservations, are required to enter the theme parks.

    We can't wait to welcome you to the magic, Sheri. Have an enchanting visit!

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Meet the Panelist: Aena, Texas

Hi friends! Consider me your own Fairy Godmother, full of helpful tips to make your Walt Disney World Resort vacation magical. I'm Aena, wife to my Prince Charming, mom to future Imagineers, and forever a kid at heart. I call Walt Disney World...I mean, Texas home, and spend my time singing Disney tunes. One of my favorite things to do is to stay on property and explore everything the resorts have to offer. I'd love to help you find the best Instagram-worthy spots for your Walt Disney World Resort vacation! Learn More About Aena

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