Maria & Enzo’s Ristorante Extends 40% Annual Passholder Discount Through May

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Maria & Enzo’s Ristorante at Disney Springs has brought back their 40% discount to Walt Disney World Annual Passholders during lunch, beginning at 11:30 a.m. daily.

Maria & Enzo’s offers authentic Sicilian dishes such as their famous Chicken Parmigiana and Spaghetti and Meatballs. You can take a look at their full menu HERE.

The restaurant tells the story of an immigrant couple from Italy whose dream was to have a restaurant in the terminal to celebrate the golden age of travel.

This offer is valid now through May 31, 2019, and is not valid with any other offer or during brunch.



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Universal Brings New Add-On Experiences to Mardi Gras

Universal Orlando is always looking for ways to improve the guest experience at their parks, especially during their special events, and they have debuted a few new experiences at Universal Mardi Gras this year that you might be interested in! An all-you-can-eat crawfish boil, dessert party with reserved entertainment areas, and a tasting lanyard can take your Universal Mardi Gras experience to the next level.

The Mardi Gras Tasting Lanyard will allow you to try sampler sized portions of the food available in the French Quarter Courtyard at a discounted price. There are three different lanyards available: 5 items for $30, 10 items for $50, and a Passholder Exclusive 15 items for $60. The sampler food items include po’ boys, jambalaya, 9 oz beer samples, and more. This could potentially save you money if you go for the 10 item lanyard or the Passholder Exclusive 15 item lanyard. The cost of the sampler food options range from $4.99 to $6.99, so to make the 5 item lanyard a deal you have to focus on the $6.99 options, whereas the more expensive lanyards can provide instant savings.

On select nights starting on February 16 through March 31, a Bayou Boil will be available to purchase at a price of $59.99 per adult plus tax and $39.99 per child plus tax. The all-you-can-eat Louisiana-style boil will serve up crawfish, shrimp, potatoes, and corn-on-the cob. If you request it, you can also get in on some chicken and andouille sausage jambalaya. Along with the food, you will also receive an exclusive viewing area for the Mardi Gras parade with king cake, beignets, sparkling wine, and assorted non-alcoholic beverages. This could end up being an awesome value on busy nights assuming the food is delicious and the parade viewing area is large enough that everyone has a front row view of the parade.

Finally, if you want a reserved viewing area of the parade, but you don’t want the Bayou Boil, you can also try out the Mardi Gras Parade, Desserts and Cinematic Viewing Experience for $49.99 per adult plus tax and $29.99 per child plus tax. On select nights between March 13 and April 4, you can receive the reserved parade viewing before moving to another area for specialty desserts, sparkling wine and more plus an exclusive viewing area for Universal Orlando’s Cinematic Celebration.

You can book the Bayou Boil and Mardi Gras Parade, Desserts and Cinematic Viewing Experience by clicking here.

The Universal Mardi Gras Tasting Lanyard is available in park at the French Quarter Courtyard.

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Star Wars and ‘Frozen 2’ Merchandise Set for Simultaneous Release on Triple Force Friday

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If you’ve been waiting for the right moment to debut your Princess Leia/Elsa mashup costume, your day is about to arrive. For everyone else, October 4th will simply be one of The Walt Disney Company’s largest scale merchandise events in history, with products from both the Star Wars and Frozen franchises hitting shelves worldwide at the same time.

Force Friday has been a tradition since 2015, with each film in the newest Star Wars trilogy having a special merchandise release date prior to the film’s debut. The trend began with The Force Awakens, The Last Jedi merch was the subject of Force Friday 2, and now we’ll once again have one for Episode 9 — with a few big differences.

While previous Force Friday events centered on individual films, Triple Force Friday will offer merchandise from a number of upcoming Star Wars projects. Not only that, but it’ll be run in conjunction with another massive merchandise drop: the Frozen Fan Fest.

Along with products inspired by the upcoming Star Wars: Episode IX, we’ll also see merchandise and collectibles released for a few other franchise projects — The Mandalorian and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. The former will be the first ever live-action Star Wars series; Jon Favreau is leading the project, which will be exclusive to Disney’s soon-to-debut streaming service, Disney+. Fallen Order will hit shelves in time for the 2019 holiday season; it’s an action-adventure video game created by EA and Respawn.

As the Star Wars franchise can boast of some of the most devoted collectors in the galaxy, it’s safe to expect every item imaginable will be available at participating stores around the world. Exact details of what guests will encounter and which stores will be involved during the event will be revealed as Triple Force Friday gets a bit closer, but new products will be coming out up to Episode IX’s release and beyond.



Joining the Star Wars party will be the Frozen Fan Fest. Merchandise for the sequel to Disney’s hugely popular animated hit Frozen will also be debuting on October 4th. According to Disney’s press release, the Frozen Fan Fest will feature ” product reveals, musical moments, in-store events and much more.” Prospective purchasers can expect to find books, clothing, toys, housewares, and presumably everything else Disney can fit the Frozen trademark on. Although the event will officially take place on October 4th, fans can expect new products to be continually released up until and past the debut of Frozen 2.

In a press release, Ken Potrock — Disney’s President of Consumer Products Commercialization — said, “This is truly an epic moment for fans, families and retailers as products for two of the biggest-ever entertainment franchises hit shelves simultaneously. We’ll be working with our partners to create suitably spectacular celebrations for each, in line with the excitement and anticipation of the legions of Star Wars and Frozen fans around the globe.”

The same release also quoted Juli Lennett — Vice President, Industry Advisor for The NPD Group’s U.S. toys division — who remarked, “With Disney’s Frozen 2 and Star Wars: Episode IX both launching in the same year, it will be a notable time for the toy industry. If history is any indication of future success, both Frozen and Star Wars will be among the top-selling properties of 2019, just as they were in 2014 and 2015/2016, respectively.”

We will keep you informed as new product and event information becomes available for Triple Force Friday and the Frozen Fan Event.

Source/Images: Disney

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Character Dining Experiences We Wish Walt Disney World Offered

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Disney has a huge library of characters from their iconic animated films. Some of these beloved characters you can meet at Walt Disney World. However, there isn’t a lot of variety of characters to meet at character dining experiences. With some exceptions like the Crystal Palace in the Magic Kingdom, which hosts the Winnie the Pooh characters, most character dining locations only feature some variation of Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald, Goofy, Pluto, Chip ‘n’ Dale, and the Disney Princesses. While that might seem like a lot of variation, it really isn’t when you start considering the rest of the available characters that Disney owns.

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When I first started thinking of other character dining experiences that Disney should add, the Pixar characters immediately came to my mind. The Pixar characters seem like a huge resource that Disney character dining hasn’t tapped into yet. Imagine dining with Joy and Sadness, Mike and Sulley, Buzz and Woody, The Incredibles, the list goes on and on. For a long time, the lack of Pixar characters hadn’t even dawned on me.

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There is also a ton of opportunity here for Disney to cash in on guests’ fandom. Restaurants that are currently underperforming could easily use these underused characters to entice guests inside. This isn’t something that would cost Disney a lot of money either. I’m assuming the cost of adding a couple characters to these locations would easily offset the revenue they would gain from adding them. Many locations are already appropriately themed — The Diamond Horseshoe seems like a perfect fit for Woody, Jessie, and Bullseye — so this change wouldn’t cost very much in some locations.



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With the popularity of Tiana’s Place on the Disney Wonder cruise ship, I would love to see Disney dedicate the Liberty Belle Riverboat in the Magic Kingdom to a dining cruise after 5 p.m. around the Rivers of America with Tiana and her friends. Because the Magic Kingdom lacks a New Orleans Square section of the park like Disneyland Park this would also be a great opportunity for them to serve New Orleans-style cuisine.

There are so many experiences that Disney has left untouched when it comes to character dining experiences, and there are so many opportunities for Disney to create something special for their fans if they integrated some of the lesser seen characters. Personally, I would love to see a rare character dining location where, on a rotation, guests could see a handful of characters that aren’t often found around the theme parks. They’d likely have to put out some sort of schedule for which characters are going to be available during select dates. This schedule would prevent guests from raging if the one character they wanted to see wasn’t there, but honestly, that doesn’t seem all that difficult.

It would be great to see an attraction-themed dining package that included the characters from the corresponding ride. For example, imagine if they offered a Haunted Mansion package that included a FastPass+ reservation for the ride, and then a dining experience with characters like the Hitchhiking Ghosts, Madame Leota, and Constance Hatchaway a.k.a. The Bride. They could do this for a number of attractions like a Pirates of the Caribbean themed dinner with Jack Sparrow — the possibilities are endless!

What are some other character dining experiences that would you like to see at Walt Disney World?

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Florida Resident Discover Disney Tickets Available Through June 27

Adding Days and Options onto a Ticket

What happens if you have already started your Disney vacation and realize you don’t have enough days on your ticket?

Park tickets can now be modified through the My Disney Experience app or by calling the Disney reservation center. If a ticket is changed to a higher priced time period, the guest is responsible for paying the difference in price. If the guest changes to a lower priced period there will be no refund for that. If a ticket needs to be changed after the start date, guests can visit any Guest Relations location at Walt Disney World.

Exceptions – no Disney World ticket can exceed 10-days. If adding additional days would make the total go above 10, you cannot do that. You can add on extra days as many times as you want, as long as the total number of days never exceeds 10. Park Hopper Plus Option entitlements are not counted in the 10.

You will be charged the current gate price for the new days added on.

Need to add on an option? (Park Hopper or Park Hopper Plus)

Both of these options are a fixed cost, so the price is based on the original length of the ticket, not on what remains. For example, even if you only have 2 days left of a 10-day ticket, you would pay full price to add a park hopper option, not a prorated fee from the 10-day cost.

Have an old children’s ticket, but your child is not a child any longer?

If you have a partially used child’s ticket with remaining days on it, but your child is no longer between the ages of 3-9, you can bring the ticket and your child to Guest Relations. If the dates on the original ticket and the age of your child match (your child would have been child-age at the date of the ticket), Guest Relations will exchange the ticket for an adult ticket of the same length and charge you the price difference.

Checking Days Left on a Used Ticket

If you have leftover park tickets from previous visits and can’t remember how many days you have left on them, you can have your ticket checked while at Disney World at any of the ticket windows at the parks, concierge desks at the hotels or Guest Relations at Disney Springs.

You can also call Disney to check their status: (407) 566-4985 – Option #5 or email [email protected]. If you email, include a photograph or scan of the front and back of each ticket, photograph or scan of a government-issued ID, your full name, and daytime phone number. Email size needs to be below 2MB and it may take up to 14 business days for a response.

NOTE: All park tickets before 2004 do not expire, so any unused days will still be valid. From 2004-2014, a non-expiration option was available, so some tickets from this time may still be valid.

Walt Disney World Ticket Prices

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On 10/16/2018, the Walt Disney World Resort completely changed their theme park ticket pricing structure. In some aspects, it’s easy to see exactly how much tickets will cost you, but if you don’t know the exact dates you plan on visiting, this new system can prove to be a bit difficult. We’ve done our best to lay out the nitty gritty.

Tickets for Walt Disney World are no longer priced on a value, regular, and peak season scale. Instead, Walt Disney World single-day and multi-day tickets are now be priced by the date guests intend to visit. The multi-day ticket pricing will be based on the arrival date chosen at the time of purchase.

A one-day ticket from now until the end of 2019 varies in pricing between $109 to $129 per day depending on the exact date you intend to visit a theme park and which options you choose to add. These prices are subject to change at any time without notice, but the charts below will give you an idea of how much park tickets for your 2019 vacation might cost. Like the previous ticketing structure, multi-day tickets decrease in price per day, so the more days you visit, the less it costs per day.

Regular park tickets now expire sooner than they used to in the past. All tickets begin on the start date selected at the time of purchase. Below is a breakdown:

Guests looking to purchase tickets at the lowest price possible can check for the lowest priced months of the year in the charts below.

Walt Disney World Ticket Specials

Walt Disney World is offering 4-Park Magic tickets, which allow guests to spend one day at each resort theme park — Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom — over the course of four separate park days.

These tickets can be used for dates between January 18th and March 1st, 2019. All tickets must be used within seven days of first use; they must also be used by March 1st. This offer is exclusively for visiting each of the parks, so only one theme park may be visited per day and each park may only be visited once.

Disney is offering 3 different tiers of 4-Park Magic ticket:

4-Park Magic Value Ticket

  • Price – Adult: $85 per day ($340 total plus tax)
  • Price – Child: $80 per day ($320 total plus tax)
  • Usage Dates: Valid for admission January 18 through March 1, 2019. Tickets must be used within 7 days of first use or by March 1, 2019, whichever comes first.

4-Park Magic Select Ticket

  • Price – Adult: $89 per day ($356 total plus tax)
  • Price – Child: $84 per day ($336 total plus tax)
  • Usage Dates: Valid for admission January 18 through March 14, March 27 through April 9, April 27 through May 27, and August 19 through September 30, 2019. Tickets must be used within 7 days of first use or by September 30, 2019, whichever comes first.

4-Park Magic Summer Ticket

  • Price – Adult: $95 per day ($380 total plus tax)
  • Price – Child: $90 per day ($360 total plus tax)
  • Usage Dates: Valid for admission January 18 through March 14, March 27 through April 9, and April 27 through September 30, 2019. Tickets must be used within 7 days of first use or by September 30, 2019, whichever comes first.

1-DAY DISNEY TICKETS (2019)

Prices listed are PER-DAY and do not include sales tax. Adult (ages 10+) Child (ages 3-9)

ADULT CHILD
$109 $104
Jan 14th-17th, 22nd-25th, 28th-31st; Feb 4th-7th, 11th-14th, 25th-28th; May 6th-9th, 13th-16th; Aug 26th-29th; Sept 3rd-5th, 9th-12th, 16th-19th, 23rd-26th
$114 $109
Jan 8th-10th, 18th, 21st, 26th, 27th; Feb 1st-3rd, 8th-10th, 19th-24th; March 1st, 5th-7th, 12th-14th, 31st; April 1st-4th, 7th-11th, 29th, 30th; May 1st, 2nd, 20th-23rd; June 30th; July 7th-14th, 21st, 28th-31st; Aug 1st-3rd, 11th-16th, 18th-22nd, 25th; Sept 2nd, 6th, 8th, 13th, 15th, 20th, 22nd, 27th, 29th, 30th; Oct 1st-4th, 7th-10th, 14th-17th, 21st-24th, 28th-31st; Nov 1st, 4th-7th, 11th-14th, 18th-21st; Dec 2nd-5th, 9th-12th
$122 $117
Jan 6th, 7th, 11th-13th, 19th, 20th; Feb 15th, 18th; March 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 8th, 10th, 11th, 15th, 17th-22nd, 24th-29th; April 5th, 12th, 28th; May 3rd-5th, 10th-12th, 17th-19th, 27th-31st; June 1st-29th; July 1st-3rd, 5th, 6th, 15th-20th, 22nd-27th; Aug 4th-10th, 17th, 23rd, 24th, 31st; Sept 1st, 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th; Oct 5th, 6th, 11th, 13th, 18th, 20th, 25th, 27th; Nov 8th, 10th, 15th, 17th, 22nd; Dec 1st, 6th, 8th, 13th, 15th-20th
$129 $124
Jan 1-5th; Feb 16-17th; March 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th; April 6th, 13th-27th; May 24th-26th; Oct 12th, 19th, 26th; Nov 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd-30th; Dec 7th, 14th, 21st-31st

2-DAY DISNEY TICKETS (2019)

Prices listed are PER-DAY and do not include sales tax. Adult (ages 10+) Child (ages 3-9)

ADULT CHILD
$101 $96
Jan 14th, 22nd, 28th; Feb 4th, 11th, 25th; May 6th, 13th; Aug 26; Sept 9th, 16th, 23rd
$102 $97
Jan 15th, 21st, 23rd, 27th, 29th; Feb 3rd, 5th, 10th, 24th, 26th; Aug 25th, 27th; Sept 2nd, 3rd, 8th, 10th, 15th, 17th, 22nd, 24th
$103 $98
Jan 24th, 25th, 26th, 30th; Feb 2nd, 6th, 9th, 23rd
$104 $99
Jan 13th, 31st; Feb 1st, 7th, 8th, 12th, 22nd; May 5th, 7th, 12th, 14th
$105 $100
Jan 16th, 20th; Feb 19th-21st, 27th; March 31 April 1st, 7th, 8th, 29th; May 20th; July 7th-11th, 28th-31st; Aug 11th-13th, 18th, 19th, 24th, 28th; Sept 1st, 4th, 7th, 11th, 14th, 18th, 21st, 25th, 29th, 30th; Oct 1st, 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th, 29th; Nov 4th, 11th, 18th; Dec 2nd, 9th
$106 $101
Sept 5th, 6th, 12th, 13th, 19th, 20th, 26th
$107 $102
Jan 7th, 8th, 12th; Feb 18th; March 4th, 5th, 11th, 12th; April 2nd, 9th, 28th, 30th; May 4th, 8th, 11th, 15th, 19th; July 6th, 12th, 27th; Aug 1st, 10th, 14th-17th, 20th; Sept 27th, 28th; Oct 2nd, 6th, 8th, 13th, 15th, 20th, 22nd, 27th; Nov 3rd, 5th, 10th, 12th, 17th, 19th; Dec 1st, 3rd, 8th, 10th
$108 $103
Jan 17th, 19th; Feb 13th, 28th; Aug 23rd, 29th, 31st
$109 $104
Jan 6th, 9th, 18th; March 3rd, 10th, 30th; April 6; May 1st, 18th, 21st; July 5th, 13th, 26th; Aug 2nd, 9th, 21st, 22nd, 30th; Oct 3rd-5th, 30th
$110 $105
Jan 11th; May 3rd, 9th, 10th, 16th
$111 $106
Jan 10; Feb 17; March 1st, 2nd, 6th, 13th, 29th; April 3rd-5th, 10th, 27th; May 2nd, 17th; June 27th-30th; July 14th, 18th-21st, 25th; Aug 3rd, 8th; Oct 9th, 12th, 16th, 19th, 23rd, 26th, 31st; Nov 1st, 2nd, 6th, 9th, 13th, 16th, 20th, 30th; Dec 4th, 7th, 11th
$112 $107
May 22nd
$113 $108
Jan 5th; Feb 14th; March 7th, 9th, 14th, 17th-19th, 24th-26th, 28th; May 27th-31st; June 1st-26th; July 15th-17th, 22nd-24th; Aug 4th-7th; Oct 10th, 11th, 17th, 18th, 24th, 25th; Nov 7th, 8th, 14th, 15th; Dec 5th, 6th, 12th, 15th-17th
$114 $110
Feb 16th; March 8th, 15th, 16th, 20th-23rd, 27th; April 11th, 26th; May 26; July 1st-3rd; Nov 21st, 29th; Dec 13th, 14th, 18th
$116 $111
Jan 4th; Feb 15th; May 23rd, 25th; Dec 19th
$118 $113
Jan 3rd; April 12th, 25th; Nov 22nd, 28th; Dec 20th
$119 $115
Jan 1st, 2nd; April 13th-24th; Nov 23rd-27th; Dec 21st-31st


3-DAY DISNEY TICKETS (2019)

Prices listed are PER-DAY and do not include sales tax. Adult (ages 10+) Child (ages 3-9)

ADULT CHILD
$98 $93
Jan 14th, 21st, 22nd, 27th, 28th; Feb 3rd, 4th, 10th, 24th, 25th; Aug 25th, 26th; Sept 8th, 9th, 15th, 16th, 22nd, 23rd
$99 $94
Jan 13, 23rd-26th, 29th; Feb 2nd, 5th, 9th, 11th, 23rd; May 5th, 6th, 12th, 13th; Sept 2nd
$100 $95
Jan 15th, 20th, 30th, 31st; Feb 1st, 6th-8th, 22nd, 26th; Aug 24th, 27th; Sept 1st, 3rd, 7th, 10th, 14th, 17th, 21st, 24th
$101 $96
Feb 19th-21st; March 31st; April 7th; July 7th-10th, 28th-30th; Aug 11th, 12th, 18th; Sept 4th-6th, 11th-13th, 18th-20th, 25th, 29th, 30th; Oct 28th
$102 $97
Jan 12th, 16th, 19th; Feb 27th; May 4th, 7th, 11th, 14th; Aug 23rd, 28th, 31st; Sept 26th
$103 $98
Jan 17th, 18th; Feb 12th, 18th; April 1st, 8th, 28th, 29th; May 19th; July 6th, 11th, 27th, 31st; Aug 10th, 13th-17th, 19th, 22nd, 29th, 30th; Sept 27th, 28th; Oct 1st, 6th, 7th, 13th, 14th, 20th, 21st, 27th; Nov 3rd, 4th, 10th, 11th, 17th, 18th; Dec 1st, 2nd, 8th, 9th
$104 $99
Jan 6th-8th, 11th; March 3rd, 4th, 10th, 11th, 30th; April 6th, 30th; May 3rd, 8th-10th, 15th, 18th, 20th; July 5th, 12th, 26th; Aug 1st, 9th, 20th, 21st; Oct 2nd-5th, 29th
$105 $100
Jan 10th; Feb 17th, 28th; March 5th, 12th, 29th; April 2nd-5th, 9th, 27th; May 2nd, 16th; Oct 8th, 12th, 15th, 19th, 22nd, 26th, 30th, 31st; Nov 1st, 2nd, 5th, 9th, 12th, 16th, 19th, 30th; Dec 3rd, 7th, 10th
$106 $101
Jan 9th; Feb 13th; March 1st, 2nd; May 1st, 17th; July 13th, 25th; Aug 2nd, 8th
$107 $102
Jan 5th; March 6th, 9th, 13th, 28th; May 21st; June 26th-29th; July 4th, 14th, 17th-21st, 24th; Aug 3rd, 7th; Oct 9th-11th, 16th-18th, 23rd-25th; Nov 6th-8th, 13th-15th; Dec 4th-6th, 11th
$108 $104
Feb 16th; March 7th, 8th, 14th, 17th, 18th, 24th, 25th, 27th; April 10th, 26th; May 27th-31st; June 1st-25th, 30th; July 3rd, 15th, 16th, 22nd, 23rd; Aug 4th-6th; Nov 20th, 29th; Dec 12th, 15th, 16th
$110 $105
Jan 4th; Feb 15th; March 15th, 16th, 19th-23rd, 26th; May 26th; July 1st, 2nd; Dec 13th, 14th, 17th
$111 $106
April 11th, 25th; May 23rd, 25th; Nov 21st, 28th; Dec 18th
$112 $107
Jan 3rd; May 24th; Dec 19th
$113 $109
Jan 2nd; April 12th, 24th; Nov 22nd, 27th; Dec 20th
$115 $110
Jan 1st; April 13th-23rd; Nov 23rd-26th; Dec 21st-31st

4-DAY DISNEY TICKETS (2019)

Prices listed are PER-DAY and do not include sales tax. Adult (ages 10+) Child (ages 3-9)

ADULT CHILD
$93 $89
Jan 22nd-25th
$94 $90
Jan 21st, 26th-31st; Feb 1st-8th, 21st-23rd
$95 $91
Jan 20th; Feb 9th, 20th, 24th; Aug 24th, 25th; Aug 22nd, 23rd, 26th-31st; Sept 2nd-24th
$96 $92
Jan 12th-19th; Feb 19th, 25th; July 7th, 8th, 28th; Sept 1st, 25th
$97 $93
Jan 10th, 11th; Feb 10th, 18th, 26th; May 2nd-14th; July 6th, 9th, 27th, 29th; Aug 10th-16th, 21st; Sept 26th-29th
$98 $94
Jan 9th; Feb 11th, 27th; May 1st, 15th; July 5th, 10th, 26th, 30th; Aug 9th, 17th-20th; Sept 30th; Oct 1st-4th
$99 $95
Jan 8th; Feb 17th, 28th; March 1st, 29th-31st; April 1st-7th, 28th-30th; May 16th, 17th; July 11th, 25th, 31st; Oct 5th, 26th-31st; Nov 1st
$100 $96
Jan 6th, 7th; Feb 12th; March 2nd, 28th; April 27th; May 18th; July 4th, 12th, 24th; Aug 1st, 7th; Oct 6th-25th; Nov 2nd-17th, 30th; Dec 1st-9th
$101 $97
Jan 5th; Feb 13th, 14th, 16th; March 3rd-12th, 27th; April 8th, 26th; May 19th; July 3rd, 13th, 23rd; Aug 2nd, 6th; Nov 18th, 29th; Dec 10th
$102 $98
Jan 4th; Feb 15th; March 13th, 26th; May 20th; June 24th-27th; July 2nd, 14th-22nd; Aug 3rd, 5th; Dec 11th
$103 $99
April 9th, 25th; May 21st, 27th-31st; June 1st-23rd, 28th-30th; July 1st; Aug 4th; Nov 19th, 28th; Dec 12th
$104 $100
Jan 3rd; March 15th-24th; April 10th, 24th; May 22nd, 26th; Nov 20th, 27th; Dec 13th-15th
$105 $101
Jan 2nd; May 23rd-25th; Dec 16th, 17th
$106 $102
April 11th, 23rd; Nov 21st, 26th; Dec 18th
$107 $103
Jan 1st; Dec 19th, 31st
$108 $104
April 12th, 22nd; Nov 22nd, 25th; Dec 20th, 30th
$109 $105
April 13th-21st; Nov 23rd, 24th; Dec 21st-29th


5-DAY DISNEY TICKETS (2019)

Prices listed are PER-DAY and do not include sales tax. Adult (ages 10+) Child (ages 3-9)

ADULT CHILD
$78 $74
Jan 21st-25th, 28th-31st; Feb 4th-7th
$79 $75
Jan 20th, 26th, 27th; Feb 1st-3rd, 8th, 19th-23rd; Sept 2nd-6th, 8th-13th, 15th-20th, 22nd, 23rd
$80 $76
Jan 14th-19th; Feb 24th; May 6th-9th; July 7th; Aug 21st-30th; Sept 1st, 7th, 14th, 21st
$81 $77
Jan 9th-13th; Feb 9th, 18th, 25th, 26th; May 1st-5th, 10th-14th; July 6th, 8th, 27th, 28th; Aug 11th-15th, 19th, 20th, 31st; Sept 26th, 27th
$82 $78
Jan 8th; Feb 10th, 17th, 27th, 28th; March 31st; April 1st-4th, 29th, 30th; May 15th, 16th; July 5th, 9th, 10th, 25th, 26th, 29th, 30th; Aug 8th-10th, 16th-18th; Sept 28th-30th; Oct 1st-4th, 28th-31st
$83 $79
Jan 7th; Feb 11th-13th; March 1st, 28th, 29th; April 5th, 28th; July 4th, 11th, 24th, 31st; Aug 7th; Oct 7th-10th, 14th-17th, 21st-25th, 27th; Nov 1st, 4th-7th, 11th-14th; Dec 2nd-5th
$84 $81
Jan 5th, 6th; Feb 14th-16th; March 2nd-8th, 10th-12th, 26th, 27th, 30th; April 6th, 7th, 26th, 27th; May 17th, 18th; July 2nd, 3rd, 12th-14th, 21st-23rd; Aug 1st, 2nd, 5th, 6th; Oct 5th, 6th, 12th, 13th, 18th-20th, 26th; Nov 2nd, 3rd, 8th-10th, 15th-17th, 29th, 30th; Dec 1st, 6th-10th
$85 $82
Jan 4th; March 9th, 13th, 25th; April 8th, 25th; May 19th, 20th; June 23rd-26th, 30th; July 1st, 15th-20th; Aug 3rd, 4th; Nov 18th, 28th; Dec 11th
$86 $83
Jan 3rd; March 14th, 24th; April 9th, 24th; May 21st, 22nd, 27th-31st; June 1st-22nd, 27th-29th; Nov 19th, 27th; Dec 12th
$87 $84
Jan 2nd; March 15th-23rd; May 23rd, 25th, 26th; Dec 13th-15th
$88 $85
Jan 1st; April 10th, 23rd; May 24th; Nov 20th, 26th; Dec 16th, 17th, 31st
$89 $86
April 11th, 22nd; Nov 21st, 25th; Dec 18th
$90 $87
Jan 2nd; May 23rd-25th; Dec 16th, 17th
$91 $88
April 13th-20th; Nov 23rd; Dec 21st-28th

6-DAY DISNEY TICKETS (2019)

Prices listed are PER-DAY and do not include sales tax. Adult (ages 10+) Child (ages 3-9)

ADULT CHILD
$67 $64
Jan 21st-25th, 27th-31st; Feb 3rd-6th; Sept 3rd, 4th, 9th-11th, 16th-18th
$68 $65
Jan 14th-17th, 20th, 26th; Feb 1st, 2nd, 7th, 19th-22nd; May 6th-8th; Aug 26th-28th; Sept 2nd, 5th, 8th, 12th, 15th, 19th, 22nd-24th
$69 $66
Jan 8th-10th, 13th, 18th, 19th; Feb 8th, 18th, 23rd-26th; May 1st, 5th, 9th, 13th, 14th; July 6th, 7th/ Aug 11th-14th, 19th-25th, 29th-31st; Sept 1st, 6th, 7th, 13th, 14th, 20th, 21st, 25th, 26th
$70 $67
Jan 7th, 11th, 12th; Feb 9th, 17th, 27th; March 31st; April 1st-3rd, 29th; May 2nd-4th, 10th-12th, 15th; July 5th, 8th, 26th-28th; Aug 10th, 15th, 18th; Sept 27th, 29th, 30th; Oct 1st, 2nd, 28th-30th
$71 $68
Jan 6th; Feb 10th-13th, 16th, 28th; March 5th, 6th, 27th, 28th, 30th; April 4th, 28th; May 16th; July 3rd, 4th, 9th, 10th, 24th, 25th, 29th, 30th; Aug 7th-9th, 16th, 17th; Sept 28th; Oct 3rd, 4th, 6th-10th, 13th-17th, 20th-24th, 27th, 31st; Nov 3rd-7th, 10th-14th; Dec 1st-5th
$72 $69
Feb 14th, 15th; March 1st, 4th, 7th, 26th, 29th; April 5th-7th, 26th, 27th; May 17th; July 2nd, 11th-13th, 21st-23rd, 31st; Aug 1st, 5th, 6th; Oct 5th, 11th, 12th, 18th, 19th, 25th, 26th; Nov 1st, 2nd, 8th, 9th, 15th, 30th; Dec 6th-9th
$73 $70
Jan 3rd-5th; March 2nd, 3rd, 8th-13th, 24th, 25th; April 8th, 24th, 25th; May 18th-21st; June 22nd-25th, 29th, 30th; July 1st, 14th-20th; Aug 2nd-4th; Nov 16th-18th, 27th-29th; Dec 10th, 11th
$74 $71
Jan 2nd; March 14th, 17th-21st, 23rd; April 9th, 23rd; May 22nd, 26th-31st; June 1st-21st, 26th-28th; Nov 19th, 26th; Dec 12th
$75 $72
Jan 1st; March 15th, 16th, 22nd; April 10th, 22nd; May 23rd-25th; Nov 20th, 25th; Dec 13th-15th, 31st
$76 $73
April 11th, 21st; Nov 21st, 24th; Dec 16th, 17th, 30th
$77 $74
April 12th, 20th; Nov 22nd, 23rd; Dec 18th-20th, 28th, 29th
$78 $75
April 11th, 22nd; Nov 21st, 25th; Dec 18th


7-DAY DISNEY TICKETS (2019)

Prices listed are PER-DAY and do not include sales tax. Adult (ages 10+) Child (ages 3-9)

ADULT CHILD
$58 $56
Jan 22nd
$59 $57
Jan 20th, 21st, 23rd-31st; Feb 2nd-6th; Sept 2nd-4th, 8th-11th, 15th-18th
$60 $58
Jan 14th-19th; Feb 1st, 18th-22nd; May 6th, 7th; Aug 20th, 21st, 25th-28th; Sept 1st, 5th-7th, 12th-14th, 19th-25th
$61 $59
Jan 7th-10th, 12th, 13th; Feb 17th, 23rd-26th; April 29th, 30th; May 1st, 4th, 5th, 8th, 9th, 12th-14th; July 5th-7th; Aug 10th-14th, 18th, 19th, 22nd-24th, 29th-31st; Sept 26th, 29th, 30th; Oct 1st
$62 $60
Jan 6th, 11th; Feb 8th-13th, 16th, 27th; March 31st; April 1st-3rd, 28th; May 2nd, 3rd, 10th, 11th, 15th; July 4th, 8th, 9th, 24th-29th; Aug 7th-9th, 15th-17th; Sept 27th, 28th; Oct 2nd, 7th, 8th, 14th, 15th, 21st-23rd, 27th-30th; Nov 4th, 5th, 11th, 12th; Dec 2nd, 3rd
$63 $61
Jan 5th; Feb 14th, 15th, 28th; March 1st, 3rd-6th, 25th-30th; April 4th, 27th; May 16th; June 30th; July 1st-3rd, 10th-12th, 21st-23rd, 30th, 31st; Aug 5th, 6th; Oct 3rd-6th, 9th, 10th, 12th, 13th, 16th, 17th, 19th, 20th, 24th-26th, 31st; Nov 1st-3rd, 6th, 7th, 9th, 10th, 13th, 14th; Dec 1st, 4th, 5th, 8th, 9th
$64 $62
Jan 4th; March 2nd, 7th-13th, 24th; April 5th-7th, 25th, 26th; May 17th-20th; June 21st-24th, 28th, 29th; July 13th-20th; Aug 1st-4th; Oct 11th, 18th; Nov 8th, 15th; Dec 6th, 7th, 10th, 11th
$65 $63
Jan 1st-3rd; March 14th, 17th-20th, 22nd, 23rd; April 8th, 23rd, 24th; May 21st-23rd, 26th-31st; June 1st-20th, 25th-27th; Nov 16th-18th, 26th-28th; Dec 12th, 31st
$66 $64
March 15th, 16th, 21st; April 9th, 22nd; May 24th, 25th; Nov 19th, 25th; Dec 13th-15th, 30th
$67 $65
April 10th, 11th, 20th, 21st; Nov 20th, 21st, 23rd, 24th; Dec 16th-18th, 29th
$68 $66
April 12th-19th; Nov 22nd; Dec 19th-28th

8-DAY DISNEY TICKETS (2019)

Prices listed are PER-DAY and do not include sales tax. Adult (ages 10+) Child (ages 3-9)

ADULT CHILD
$53 $50
Jan 14th, 20th-31st; Feb 1st-4th; Sept 2nd, 8th, 9th, 15th, 16th
$54 $51
Jan 12th, 13th, 15th-19th; Feb 5th, 17th-24th; May 5th, 6th; Aug 18th-20th, 24th-31st; Sept 1st, 3rd-7th, 10th-14th, 17th-24th
$55 $52
Jan 6th-11th; Feb 6th-11th, 16th, 25th; March 31st; April 28th-30th; May 1st-4th, 7th-13th; Aug 9th-17th, 21st-23rd; Sept 25th-30th
$56 $53
Jan 5th; Feb 12th-15th, 26th, 27th; March 3rd, 4th, 28th-30th; April 1st, 2nd, 26th, 27th; May 14th; June 30th; July 1st-10th, 21st-29th; Aug 5th-8th; Oct 1st-8th, 12th-15th, 19th-31st; Nov 1st-5th, 9th-12th, 30th; Dec 1st-3rd
$57 $54
Jan 3rd, 4th; Feb 28th; March 1st, 2nd, 5th-7th, 10th, 11th, 23rd-27th; April 3rd, 4th, 25th; May 15th, 16th; June 27th-29th; July 11th-14th, 17th-20th, 30th, 31st; Aug 1st-4th; Oct 9th-11th, 16th-18th; Nov 6th-8th, 13th, 29th; Dec 4th-9th
$58 $55
Jan 2nd; March 8th, 9th, 12th-14th, 17th, 18th, 20th-22nd; April 5th-7th, 22nd-24th; May 17th-22nd, 26th-31st; June 1st-26th; July 15th, 16th; Nov 14th-17th, 25th-28th; Dec 10th, 11th
$59 $56
Jan 1st; March 15th, 16th, 19th; April 8th, 9th, 20th, 21st; May 23rd-25th; Nov 18th, 19th, 23rd, 24th; Dec 12th, 13th, 29th-31st
$60 $57
April 10th, 19th; Nov 20th-22nd; Dec 14th-17th, 27th, 28th
$61 $58
April 11th-18th; Dec 18th-26th


9-DAY DISNEY TICKETS (2019)

Prices listed are PER-DAY and do not include sales tax. Adult (ages 10+) Child (ages 3-9)

ADULT CHILD
$48 $46
Jan 20th-31st; Feb 1st-3rd; Sept 8th, 15th
$49 $47
Jan 12th-19th; Feb 4th, 5th, 17th-19th; May 4th-6th; Aug 18th, 23rd-31st; Sept 1st-7th, 9th-14th, 16th-23rd
$50 $48
Jan 6th-11th; Feb 6th-16th, 20th-25th; March 31st; April 27th-30th; May 1st-3rd, 7th-12th; Aug 8th-17th, 19th-22nd; Sept 24th-29th
$51 $49
Jan 4th, 5th; Feb 26th-28th; March 1st-3rd, 27th-30th; April 1st, 2nd, 26th; May 13th, 14th; June 29th, 30th; July 1st-10th, 20th-31st; Aug 1st-7th; Sept 30th; Oct 1st-31st; Nov 1st-11th, 30th; Dec 1st-3rd
$52 $50
Jan 3rd; March 4th-7th, 10th, 22nd-26th; April 3rd, 4th, 24th, 25th; May 15th-20th; June 26th-28th; July 11th-19th; Nov 12th, 13th, 28th, 29th; Dec 4th-9th
$53 $51
Jan 1st, 2nd; March 8th, 9th, 11th-21st; April 5th-7th, 21st-23rd; May 21st-23rd, 25th-31st; June 1st-25th; Nov 14th-17th, 24th-27th; Dec 10th, 11th, 30th, 31st
$54 $52
April 8th, 9th, 19th, 20th; May 24th; Nov 18th-23rd; Dec 12th-15th, 27th-29th
$55 $53
April 10th, 11th, 17th, 18th; Dec 16th-19th, 25th, 26th
$56 $54
April 12th-16th; Dec 20th-24th

10-DAY DISNEY TICKETS (2019)

Prices listed are PER-DAY and do not include sales tax. Adult (ages 10+) Child (ages 3-9)

ADULT CHILD
$44 $42
Jan 21st-31st; Feb 1st
$45 $43
Jan 12th-20th; Feb 2nd-4th; Aug 22nd-31st; Sept 1st-22nd
$46 $44
Jan 5th-11th; Feb 5th-25th; April 27th-30th; May 1st-11th; Aug 8th-21st; Sept 23rd-28th
$47 $45
Jan 3rd, 4th; Feb 26th-28th; March 1st, 2nd, 26th-31st; April 1st, 25th, 26th; May 12th-14th; June 28th-30th; July 1st-11th, 18th-31st; Aug 1st-7th; Sept 29th, 30th; Oct 1st-31st; Nov 1st-11th, 29th, 30th; Dec 1st-3rd
$48 $46
Jan 2nd; March 3rd-12th, 20th-25th; April 2nd-4th, 23rd, 24th; May 15th-21st; June 17th-20th, 24th-27th; July 12th-17th; Nov 12th, 13th, 27th, 28th; Dec 4th-9th
$49 $47
Jan 1st; March 13th-19th; April 5th-8th, 19th-22nd; May 22nd-31st; June 1st-16th, 21st-23rd; Nov 14th-26th; Dec 10th, 11th, 28th-31st
$50 $48
April 9th, 10th, 17th, 18th; Dec 12th-16th, 26th, 27th
$51 $49
April 11th-16th; Dec 17th-25th


Optional Ticket Add-On Information

Adding the Park Hopper option to a Base Ticket will allow you to “hop” to and from any of the four main Walt Disney World theme parks (Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom) on the same day. The Base Tickets allow visits to all four parks, but those visits have to take place on separate days. Adding the Park Hopper allows you to visit multiple parks on the same day.

The Park Hopper Plus option adds includes admission to Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon Water Parks, a round of mini-golf at Winter Summerland and Fantasia Gardens Mini-Golf Courses (before 4:00 p.m.), admission to ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex (not including event tickets), or a round of golf at Oak Trail family walking course (advance reservations required, clubs not included for adults, pull cart not included).

There is an extra cost on top of the Base Ticket and it is no longer the same flat fee for all tickets; the price changes depending on how many days you have on your ticket. Walt Disney World tickets are only valid on the dates you specify at purchase time (unless you’ve purchased the Flexible Date tickets). Guests are able to change the dates or options on their tickets any time before their arrival, but keep in mind that if the change results in a higher price, they’ll need to pay the difference. Additionally, if the changes made results in a lower price, there will be no refund issued.

Park Hopper Add-On Charges – Before Tax (Adult and Child):

  • 1-Day Base Ticket, add $55.00
  • 2 or 3-Day Base Ticket, add $65.00
  • 4 to 10-Day Base Ticket, add $75.00

Park Hopper Plus Add-On Charges – Before Tax (Adult and Child):

  • 1-Day Base Ticket, add $80.00
  • 2 or 3-Day Base Ticket, add $90.00
  • 4 to 10-Day Base Ticket, add $100.00

Guests who would like more flexibility with their theme park tickets can pay extra for Flexible Date Tickets. The Flexible Date Tickets pricing varies depending on how many days you are purchasing them for. The advantage with this type of ticket is that it allows guests to use the ticket whenever they want as long as all days are used before December 31, 2019 – this type of ticket will expire 14-days from the date of first use.

Flexible Date Ticket Prices – Before Tax (Adult Ages 10+/Child Ages 3-9):

  • 1-Day Ticket: $129.00/$124.00
  • 2-Day Ticket: $245.00/$235.00
  • 3-Day Ticket: $355.00/$340.00
  • 4-Day Ticket: $445.00/$425.00
  • 5-Day Ticket: $460.00/$440.00
  • 6-Day Ticket: $475.00/$455.00
  • 7-Day Ticket: $490.00/$470.00
  • 8-Day Ticket: $500.00/$480.00
  • 9-Day Ticket: $510.00/$490.00
  • 10-Day Ticket: $520.00/$500.00

Flexible Date Tickets do cost a bit more than the date-specific tickets and the cost to add this options varies. One of the main reasons for purchasing one of these tickets is for the 14-day usage window. One example of a good use of this option is if you plan on visiting Walt Disney World for a few days followed by a 7-night cruise then coming back for 3 more days in the parks. It will cost you less money to purchase a Flexible Date 6-day ticket than it would to buy two 3-day tickets.

Disney experts continue to strategize how to get the best pricing using the new ticket structure. For some of those strategies, and even more information about the new ticketing system, join in on the discussion on DISBoards.com!


FloridaResident Disney Tickets

For a limited time, Florida residents can take advantage of a special ticket offer and purchase a 3-day Discover Disney ticket for $175 plus tax. This ticket is valid for admission to one theme park per day. A 4th day can be added for an additional $20 (plus tax). These tickets can be used on non-consecutive days through June 30, 2019 with no blockout dates.

Guests can visit multiple theme parks on the same day by upgrading their ticket to include the Park Hopper Option for and additional $32.50 plus tax for a 3-day ticket or $37.50 plus tax for a 4-day ticket.

For an additional $57.50 plus tax, add the Park Hopper Plus Option to a 3-day Discover Disney Ticket—or for an additional $62.50 plus tax, add the Park Hopper Plus Option to a 4-day Discover Disney Ticket. If you add the Park Hopper Plus Option to your Discover Disney Ticket, you get all the benefits of the Park Hopper Option, plus you can enjoy 3 visits with the 3-day Discover Disney ticket or 4 visits with the 4-Day Discover Disney ticket to the Disney Water Parks, select Disney golf courses, and more Walt Disney World fun.

Below are the prices for all of the options available with this special discount:

  • 3-Day Discover Disney Ticket – $175 plus tax
  • 3-Day Discover Disney Ticket with Park Hopper Option – $207.50 plus tax
  • 3-Day Discover Disney Ticket with Park Hopper Plus Option – $232.50 plus tax
  • 4-Day Discover Disney Ticket – $195 plus tax
  • 4-Day Discover Disney Ticket with Park Hopper Option – $232.50 plus tax
  • 4-Day Discover Disney Ticket with Park Hopper Plus Option – $257.50 plus tax

Purchase through June 27, 2019. Discover Disney Tickets are valid for use through June 30, 2019 and can be used on non-consecutive days—with no blockout dates.

Tickets and options are nontransferable and nonrefundable and exclude activities/events separately priced. Discover Disney 3- and 4-Day Tickets and add-on Options expire on June 30, 2019.


Florida residents can save approximately 30% on Walt Disney World theme park admission with the 3-Day and 4-Day Disney Select Tickets.Florida Resident Disney Select Tickets can be used on nonconsecutive days and allow access to one theme park per day for up to 4 days. The Park Hopper option can be added and the price varies depending on the dates chosen.

IMPORTANT: One-day tickets are valid only on the selected date. One-day Flexible Dates Tickets are valid for one day of admission prior to December 31, 2019.

For multi-day tickets, all days must be used during the specific dates depending on the start date you choose. For multi-day Flexible Date Tickets, the first day of use must be on or before December 31, 2019, and the tickets and any other options purchased must be used within 14-days of first use, except for Florida Resident 3-Day and 4-Day Flexible Date Tickets. For Florida Resident 3-Day and 4-Day Flexible Date Tickets, the first day of use must be on or before December 31, 2019, and the tickets and any other options purchased expire 6 months after first use. Multi-day tickets are valid for one theme park per day for each day of the ticket.

FLORIDA RESIDENT 1-DAY 1-PARK DISNEY TICKETS (2019)

Prices listed are PER-DAY and do not include sales tax. Adult (ages 10+) Child (ages 3-9)

ADULT CHILD
$109 $104
Jan 14th-17th, 22nd-25th, 28th-31st; Feb 4th-7th, 11th-14th, 25th-28th; May 6th-9th, 13th-16th; Sept 3rd-5th, 9th-12th, 16th-19th, 23rd-26th
$114 $109
Jan 8th-10th, 18th, 21st, 26th-27th; Feb 1st-3rd, 8th-10th, 19th-24th; March 1st, 5th-7th, 12th-14th, 31st; April 1st-4th, 7th-11th, 29th-30th; May 1st-2nd, 20th-23rd; June 30th; July 7th-14th, 21st, 28th-31st; Aug 1st-3rd, 11th-16th, 18th-22nd, 25th, 30th; Sept 2nd, 6th, 8th, 13th, 15th, 20th, 22nd, 27th, 29th-30th; Oct 1st-4th, 7th-10th, 14th-17th, 21st-24th, 28th-31st; Nov 1st, 4th-7th, 11th-14th, 18th-21st; Dec 2nd-5th, 9th-12th
$122 $117
Jan 6th-7th, 11th-13th, 19th-20th; Feb 15th, 18th; March 2nd-4th, 8th, 10th-11th, 15th, 17th-22nd, 24th-29th; April 5th, 12th, 28th; May3rd-5th, 10th-12th, 17th-19th, 27th-31st; June 1st-29th; July 1st-3rd, 5th-6th, 15th-20th, 22nd-27th; Aug 4th-10th, 17th, 23rd-24th, 31st; Sept 1st, 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th; Oct 5th-6th, 11th, 13th, 18th, 20th, 25th, 27th; Nov 3rd, 8th, 10th, 15th, 17th, 22nd; Dec 1st, 6th, 8th, 13th, 15th-20th
$129 $124
Jan 1st-5th; Feb 16th-17th; March 9th, 16th, 23rd, 20th; April 6th, 13th-27th; May 24th-26th; July 4th; Oct 12th, 19th, 26th; Nov 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd-30th; Dec 7th, 14th, 21st-31st


FLORIDA RESIDENT 3-DAY DISNEY SELECT TICKETS (2019)

Prices listed are PER-DAY and do not include sales tax. Adult (ages 10+) Child (ages 3-9)

ADULT CHILD
$69 $65
Jan 14th, 21st-29th; Feb 2nd-5th, 9th-10th, 23rd-25th; Aug 25th-26th; Sept 2nd, 8th-9th, 15th-16th, 22nd-23rd
$70 $66
Jan 13th, 15th, 20th, 30th-31st; Feb 1st, 6th-8th, 11th, 21st-22nd, 26th; May 5th-6th, 12th-13th; Aug 24th, 27th; Sept 1st, 3rd, 7th, 10th, 14th, 17th, 21st, 24th
$71 $67
Jan 12th; Feb 19th-20th; March 31st; April 7th; May 4th, 7th, 11th, 14th; July 7th-10th, 28th-30th; Aug 11th-12th, 18th; Sept 4th-6th, 11th-13th, 18th-20th, 25th-26th, 29th-30th; Oct 28th
$72 $68
Jan 16th-19th; Feb 12th, 18th, 27th; April 1st, 8th, 28th-29th; May 19th; July 6th, 11th, 27th, 31st; Aug 10th, 13th-17th, 19th, 22nd-23rd, 28th-31st; Sept 27th-28th; Oct 1st, 6th-7th, 13th-14th, 20th-21st, 27th; Nov 10th-11th, 17th-18th; Dec 1st-2nd, 8th-9th
$73 $69
Jan 6th-8th, 10th-11th; Feb 28th; March 3rd-4th, 10th-11th, 30th; April 6th, 30th; May 2nd-3rd, 8th-10th, 15th-16th, 18th, 20th; July 5th, 12th, 26th; Aug 1st, 9th, 20th-21st; Oct 2nd-5th, 29th
$74 $70
Jan 9th; Feb 17th; March 1st-2nd, 5th, 12th, 29th; April 2nd-5th, 9th, 27th; May 1st, 17th; July 13th, 25th; Aug 2nd, 8th; Oct 8th, 12th, 15th, 19th, 22nd, 26th, 30th-31st; Nov 1st-2nd, 5th, 9th, 12th, 16th, 19th, 30th; Dec 3rd, 7th, 10th
$75 $71
Jan 5th; Feb 13th; March 6th, 9th, 13th, 28th; May 21st; June 26th-29th; July 4th, 14th, 17th-21st, 24th; Aug 3rd, 7th; Oct 9th-11th, 16th-18th, 23rd-25th; Nov 6th-8th, 13th-15th; Dec 4th-6th, 11th
$76 $72
Feb 14th, 16th; March 7th-8th, 14th, 17th-18th, 24th-25th, 27th; April 10th, 26th; May 22nd, 27th-31st; June 1st-25th, 30th; July 3rd, 15th-16th, 22nd-23rd; Aug 4th-6th; Nov 20th, 29th; Dec 12th, 15th-16th
$77 $73
Jan 4th; Feb 15th; March 15th-16th, 19th-23rd, 26th; April 11th, 25th; May 23rd, 26th; July 1st-2nd; Nov 21st, 28th; Dec 13th-14th, 17th
$78 $74
April 11th, 25th; Nov 21st, 28th; Dec 18th
$79 $76
Jan 2nd-3rd; April 12th, 24th; May 24th; Nov 22nd, 27th; Dec 19th, 20th
$80 $77
Jan 1st; April 13th-23rd; Nov 23rd-26th; Dec 21st-31st

FLORIDA RESIDENT 4-DAY DISNEY SELECT TICKETS (2019)

Prices listed are PER-DAY and do not include sales tax. Adult (ages 10+) Child (ages 3-9)

ADULT CHILD
$56 $53
Jan 21st-31st; Feb 1st-8th; 22nd-23rd
$57 $54
Jan 20th; Feb 9th, 19th-21st, 24th; Aug 24th-25th; Sept 2nd-24th
$58 $55
Jan 10th-19th; Feb 10th, 18th, 25th-26th; May 2nd-14th; July 6th-9th, 27th-29th; Aug 10th-16th, 21st-23rd, 26th-31st; Sept 1st, 25th-29th;
$59 $56
Jan 8th-9th, ; Feb 11th, 17th, 27th-28th; March 29th-31st; April 1st-7th, 30th; May 1st, 15th-16th; July 5th, 10th, 26th, 30th; Aug 9th, 17th-20th; Sept 30th; Oct 1st-4th, 26th-31st; Nov 1st; Dec 1st-3rd
$60 $57
Jan 6th-7th; Feb 12th-13th; March 1st-2nd, 28th; April 27th-29th; May 17th-18th; July 4th, 11th-12th, 24th-25th, 31st; Aug 1st, 7th-8th; Oct 5th-25th; Nov 2nd-17th, 30th; Dec 1st-9th
$61 $58
Jan 4th-5th; Feb 14th-16th; March 3rd-13th, 26th-27th; April 8th, 26th; May 19th-20th; June 24th-27th; July 2nd-3rd, 13th-23rd; Aug 2nd-3rd, 5th-6th; Nov 18th, 29th; Dec 10th-11th
$62 $59
Jan 3rd; March 14th-25th; April 9th, 25th; May 21st-22nd, 26th-31st; June 1st-23rd, 28th-30th; July 1st; Aug 4th; Nov 19th, 28th; Dec 12th-15th
$63 $60
Jan 2nd; April 10th, 24th; May 23rd-25th; Nov 20th, 27th; Dec 16th-17th
$64 $61
Jan1st; April 11th, 23rd; Nov 21st, 26th; Dec 18th-19th, 31st
$65 $62
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Walt Disney World Annual Passes

Walt Disney World Annual Passes

Disney Annual Passes
Ages 3+
Florida resident/DVC member
Disney Platinum Plus Pass (previously Premium Annual Pass) $994 $849
Disney Platinum Pass (previously Annual Pass) $894 $749
Disney Florida Resident Theme Park Select Pass $439
Disney Gold Pass $609
Disney Silver Pass $479
Disney Weekday Select Pass $319
Epcot After 4 Annual Pass $289
Water Parks Annual Pass $130 $130
Water Parks After 2 Annual Pass $79
Premier Annual Passport $1,949.00 $1,949.00

Water Parks

Gate

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Typhoon Lagoon orBlizzard Beach -1-Day Pass
$69.23
$62.84
Typhoon Lagoon or Blizzard Beach – With Blockout Dates
$63.90
$57.51
Water Park Hopper Annual Pass
$138.45
$138.45

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Paddlefish at Disney Springs to Host Mardi Gras Rooftop Dining Event

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Guests looking to celebrate Mardi Gras at Walt Disney World are invited to the 3rd floor deck at Paddlefish where they can enjoy a New Orleans-inspired 4-course dinner along with Mardi Gras themed cocktails.

The event begins at 6:30 p.m. on February 27 and below is a list of what’s on the menu:

Reception

Mini Muffuletta

1st Course

Crab Stuffed Mirliton

2nd Course

Seafood Ettouffee



3rd Course

Confit Chicken & Grits

Dessert

Bananas Foster

Guests must be 21 years of age or older to attend. Tickets are $95 including tax and gratuity and can be purchased HERE.

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‘Pop-Up Disney! A Mickey Celebration’ Exhibit Coming to Downtown Disney

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The Disneyland Resort has announced a new exhibition coming to Downtown Disney that will continue the celebration of 90 years of Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse.

Pop-Up Disney! A Mickey Celebration will open this spring in the former ESPN Zone location! The limited-time exhibit will require a separate ticket.

Look for several different rooms, all with bright immersive displays and photo opportunities inspired by Mickey and Minnie. One room will even feature a huge sofa shaped like Minnie’s polka dot bow where you can relax for a quick picture with someone special.

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Ticket information and an opening date for the special exhibit will be released soon.



Source: Disney Parks Blog

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Firearm Reported in Recent Dispute Over Disabled Parking Space at Animal Kingdom

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According to Orange County sheriff’s records, a husband and wife were getting ready to visit Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park on Sunday when the wife, who was driving, stopped in the parking lot to wait for a car backing out with the intention of taking the spot.

The woman told deputies that a “man driving a gray SUV from the opposite direction sped up and tried to cut them off to get the space” and almost crashed into them.

The woman also reported that “her husband raised his right fist at the SUV driver who responded by lifting a semi-automatic handgun above the steering wheel and pointing it at them,” although a passenger of the SUV stated that there was no handgun.

Officers located the SUV driver and his female passenger at the security checkpoint of the theme park where the woman told authorities “he made an angry gesture with his wallet — not a gun — in his hand.” She also reportedly declared that the two “were concealed weapon permit holders and they did have a gun in the vehicle.”

The officer’s report does mention that if the SUV driver was holding his wallet against the steering wheel, it “possibly could have resembled a ‘square flat’ [gun] magazine” as the female driver of the other vehicle had described.



According to the Orlando Sentinel, the “sheriff’s office obtained a search warrant from a judge to search the man’s vehicle, but the incident report redacted about what, if anything, was found. The Sheriff’s Office has forwarded the case to the state attorney’s office to decide whether to file charges. The man, whose name was not released, wasn’t arrested because there were conflicting stories about what happened.”

Source: Orlando Sentinel

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Lawmakers Debate 1967 Deal Which Gives Disney Rights to Build a Nuclear Reactor in Orlando

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So here’s a fun fact that even a few die-hard Disney fans may not be aware of: For decades, the Reedy Creek Improvement District — the governing body of the Walt Disney World Resort — has had the legal ability to construct their own nuclear power plant.

Disney managed to negotiate the deal in 1967, long before renewable energy became the go-to trend; according to the Orlando Sentinel, this law is now under scrutiny in conjunction with legislation regarding the rights of Reedy Creek firefighters.

As is evidenced by this somewhat extraordinary law, Reedy Creek has a surprising amount of leeway when it comes to autonomy and independence. The district’s firefighters are currently taking issue with the pseudo-government’s odd arrangement, as they don’t have the ability to run for office or choose candidates for Reedy Creek’s governing board. According to Reedy Creek Firefighters Association president Tim Stromsnes, Disney picks the candidates themselves from among Disney landowners.

Where the debate over Disney’s odd nuclear capabilities come into the play has to do with a bill that may be introduced which “would grant more protections to firefighters who work for Reedy Creek…while also removing the company’s nuclear option.” While some legislators are looking to officially prohibit Disney’s legal nuclear capabilities, State Representative Bruce Antone believes that allowing Reedy Creek to keep the nuclear option could make it easier to pass a bill that would “make contract arbitration binding for Disney firefighters through the appointment of a special magistrate.”

According to Antone, an Orlando Democrat, “The question is do we take that option away from them? I doubt they’ll do that but maybe there’ll be a safer technology that comes out that deals with nuclear fission and power plants.”



It seems that few lawmakers expect Disney to ever actually act on the old law. Most of Reedy Creek’s, and therefor Walt Disney World’s, power comes from a plant partially fueled by natural gas and the company is currently constructing a large scale 50-megawatt solar farm as a source of renewable energy. The issue seems to be the scope of Reedy Creek’s power and autonomy in the state of Florida.

Senator Victor Torres, D-Kissimmee, wants Disney’s nuclear power plant rights removed, saying, “I don’t think Disney would ever do that, I don’t foresee that, but I just want to prevent anything like that from occurring — period.”

A natural question might be how The Walt Disney Company came about this power in the first place. When Disney was creating the deal that would lead them to build Walt Disney World in a patch of Florida swampland, they had a significant amount of leverage with the state of Florida. As part of the agreement, they worked out a unique situation where they would have a private government, Reedy Creek, with the authority to levy their own taxes, provide their own emergency services, build their own roads and infrastructure, and other essential government functions.

According to the Orlando Sentinel, it also gave Disney the ability “to look to the future for other items it could need someday — such as a nuclear power plant and an airport.”

Although they may have had the legal rights, there isn’t any known record of Disney ever legitimately considering nuclear power for the area.

Today, the rights provided by the 1967 law are much less cut-and-dry; the Nuclear Regulatory Commission now has oversight on where power plants can be built.

The law still serves as an example of the amount of power and control The Walt Disney Company has on Reedy Creek property, which translates to the unique way their government functions and the issue that Reedy Creek firefighters have brought up.

“The Reedy Creek board is not elected,” Torres pointed out. “There’s no voter accountability.”

Source: The Orlando Sentinel

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Photo Gallery: Universal Orlando Mardi Gras 2019

Photos from Universal Mardi Gras 2019 including the parade, food, drinks, atmosphere, and more.

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