Disney World Deal: Special Savings this Spring for Florida Residents

Walt Disney World is offering Florida residents a reason to visit this Spring Break season. Florida residents can buy a Wild for 3 Pass, which gives 3 days of park admission to the Disney World parks for $99 plus tax. Disney also is also offering an option for 4 days for just $30 more.

As for where you will stay during your visit, Disney World resorts are offering special rates to Florida natives between March 9th, 2012 and June 14th 2012.


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The Wild for 3 Pass is a 3 day ticket to the Disney World theme parks. It is not a park-hopper, so it offers single-day single-park admission. For example, if you went into Epcot for your first day, you would not be able to go into any of the other parks for the rest of that day (but you could spend your second day in Magic Kingdom). You must purchase before May 21, 2012. The tickets are good until May 24, 2012, and you can use them on any dates except for the blackout dates: April 1 – April 13, 2012. You also must provide proof of Florida residency. Check out Disney’s official site for more details.

The Disney World Resorts are providing special rates to entice Florida residents to stay there for Spring Break on “most nights between March 9, 2012 and June 14, 2012.” Disney’s example of this offer is a standard room in the All-Star Music Resort starts at $114 a night (plus tax) between most Sundays and Mondays in late March. These special rates are limited, and the offer excludes suites and 3-bedroom rooms.

To check for availability or book, call (407)-939-1874 and mention the booking code “P7L.” Or you can check out Disney’s website for more information.

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James Grosch

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James is a lifelong Disney Parks fan. While at the parks, he loves finding new details, learning more about Disney World history, and taking pictures. His favorite WDW attractions include Spaceship Earth, Tower of Terror, and Star Tours. James is a filmmaker and writer based in Los Angeles.