$188 & up—Florida residents: Walt Disney World 2-day tickets
Enjoy all the Walt Disney World Resort has to offer with multi-day options.
Why We Love This Deal
For a limited time, Travelzoo members that are Florida residents score special weekday pricing to Walt Disney World Resort Theme Park.
With this deal, members can get a two-day Disney Weekday Magic Ticket starting at $187.10 (all ages), valid Mondays-Fridays. Tickets may be used any two days — consecutive or not. Three and four-day ticket options are also available, which means the more you visit, the more you save. These one-park-per-day tickets are valid for entry at Magic Kingdom® Park, EPCOT®, Disney’s Hollywood Studios®, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park (reservations are required).
Other ticket options, including Park Hopper® and Water Park and Sports options, are available on the booking page.
Note: Please read the "Important Ticket Information" section during the booking process for ticket details and restrictions. Additional taxes and fees will be added, but that's standard on all ticket purchases. Parking is not included.
Your admission is not guaranteed until you have made your theme park reservation after purchasing.
For Florida resident tickets, all adults need to show proof of Florida residency at Theme Park entrance Both a Theme Park reservation via the Disney Park Pass system and valid Theme Park ticket for the same park on the same date are required for each person ages 3 and up. Reservations are limited and subject to availability. Admission is subject to capacity closures and restrictions. After the expiration date, the price paid for a wholly unused ticket can be applied to the purchase of a new ticket with an equal or higher price.
The Park Hopper® and Park Hopper® Plus Options allow guests to visit more than one Theme Park per day. Guests must make a Theme Park reservation via the Disney Park Pass reservation system for the first Theme Park they plan to visit. After entering the first Theme Park, Guests will be able to visit the next Theme Park starting at 2 p.m. until each Theme Park’s regularly scheduled closure. The ability to visit a Theme Park is subject to the Theme Park’s capacity limitations. At this time a Theme Park reservation is not required after the first Theme Park, however, reservation requirements are subject to change.
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