If you’re a Disney World fan who lives in Florida, we’ve got a reminder for you!
It’s a big day for Florida-based Disney fans!
Last week, Disney announced that the Florida Resident Discover Disney ticket would be returning for the first several months of 2021. Now, that day has arrived and Florida Residents can grab BIG savings on their Disney visits!
We’ve got BIG news for Florida-based Disney fans!
You may remember that Florida residents have had access to a special ticket at select times of the year, called the Florida Resident Discover Ticket. This option gives Floridians BIG savings and flexibility when it comes to visiting Disney World parks on non-consecutive days. Now, that offer is BACK!
And, while we are now able to book vacation packages for 2021, guests still can’t purchase tickets or hotel reservations for dates in the remainder of 2020.
We’re getting hundreds of direct messages on instagram and loads of emails from you asking why — if you have a hotel booked and most of the people in your party have tickets for a 2020 vacation — you can’t buy one more ticket! There are a lot of people who have their whole trip booked — including hotel and transportation — for Disney World this year. They just need tickets. So, what’s the deal?
Things have been shaken up in Disney World and we are here to help you sift through it all.
Quick recap: Disney World closed in March, kept accepting reservations, announced reopening dates, then wiped out existing dining and FastPass+ reservations. Now what? Disney is still sorting our their plan of action for the reopening, but let’s take a look at each part of your vacation to see what they are currently refunding!
When Disney World closed to the public back in March, Disney announced that all Florida Resident Discover Disney tickets may be used until July 31, 2020.
However, the parks still remain closed and Disney World Resort hotel reservations are currently not listed as available until July 1st. Consequently, Disney decided to extend the Discover Disney Ticket eligibility date.