It’s time to plan those trips for 2024, and Walt Disney World is stepping up with a new Florida resident deal. How good a deal is it? The “international house of the mouse” may have improved the deal over 2023’s offer.

Here’s what Disney’s latest offer for the ‘locals’ has to benefit Florida residents:

The 2024 Florida resident deal seems to be improved over the 2023 deal. First off, the price.

Here’s an example of the regular ticket prices: A one-day Florida resident ticket, depending on the park and the date, is as low as $116.09 (including tax). The special Florida resident deal begins with a 2-day ticket for $199 (plus tax). For those math wizards, it’s essentially $100 for each one-park visit.

If you want to add another day, a 3-day ticket is only $219 (plus tax). That brings down the price to about $70 per day. Unlike the early ticket deal from 2023, these tickets are a little more expensive, but these tickets are also good on weekends.

Additional options for the tickets:

The tickets are valid beginning January 11 and are good through March 15, 2024. You still need to make a park reservation to use these tickets. Proof of Florida residency is required. Other features, such as the Park Hopper option and the Water Park and Sports Option can also be added to each ticket.

Mickey Mouse at The Garden Grill Restaurant in Epcot

You just never know who might join you for a bite to eat at Walt Disney World!
(Photo by Andrew M./BBGI)

There is a festival at Walt Disney World’s EPCOT during this time. The EPCOT International Festival of the Arts, which runs from January 12 to February 19, 2024. There are art exhibits of all sorts and special food offerings. Also, there’s the Disney on Broadway music series at the America Gardens Theatre. It’s a musical celebration with songs from Disney’s Broadway productions such as “Frozen,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “The Little Mermaid,” “Mary Poppins,” “The Lion King” and “Tarzan.”

Tickets can be purchased by clicking visiting here.

Looking for other ways to enjoy Walt Disney World? Here are a few other attractions you can enjoy on your visit.

  • Magic Kingdom: Classic Rides

    A classic opening day attraction at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. Along with It’s a Small World and The Jungle Cruise, there are plenty of nostalgic and classic attractions at Walt Disney World’s first Florida park..

    Magic Kingdom Haunted Mansion Walt Disney World

    (Photo by Andrew M,)

  • Magic Kingdom: Newer Rides

    The latest ride to open at Magic Kingdom, TRON Lightcycle / Run, opened and has been one of the top attractions guests have been lining up to experience.

    TRON Lightcycle Run

    Another relatively recent addition to the Magic Kingdom, the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train is another thrill ride for park guests.

    Walt Disney World Magic Kingdom Seven Dwarfs Mine Train

    “The Property Brothers,” Drew Scott and Jonathan Scott, ride the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train rollercoaster during a visit to the Magic Kingdom.
    (Photo by Chloe Rice/Disney Resorts via Getty Images)

  • EPCOT: Classic Attractions

    It’s what you see when you first walk into EPCOT. No, it’s what you see as you’re driving NEAR EPCOT. That’s Spaceship Earth, a tour through the history of communication.

    Walt Disney World EPCOT Spaceship Earth

    (Andrew M.)

  • EPCOT: Newer Attractions

    Based on the movie Ratatouille, Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure gives guests a rat’s-eye-view as they travel through Gusteau’s restaurant.

    Walt Disney World EPCOT Remy's Ratatouille Adventure

    (Andrew M.)

    The most recent addition to EPCOT, Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind takes guests through the galaxy as they listen to classic hits including “Conga” by Miami Sound Machine, “I Ran” by A Flock of Seagullsl, “Everybody Wants To Rule The World” by Tears for Fears and more!

  • Disney's Hollywood Studios: Classic Attractions

    The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror has become the face of Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The ride drops guests from 13 stories. It also features some amazing special effects inside.

    Walt Disney World Hollywood Studios Twilight Zone Tower Of Terror

    (Andrew M.)

    The Indiana Jones Stunt Spectacular dates back nearly as far as the park itself. The live stunt show is based on Raiders of the Lost Ark and shows guests how the stunts are performed for the camera. Also, remember-“When you work with explosives, it’s dangerous. Thank you!”

  • Disney's Hollywood Studios: Newer Attractions

    In the newest of the areas of Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, you’ll find Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance. With amazing special effects and live actors, it’s one of the top attractions at Walt Disney World.

    Walt Disney World Hollywood Studios Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance

    (Andrew M.)

    Toy Story Mania is also a super-popular ride with the added shooting gallery, where you can compete against your friends and family.

  • Animal Kingdom: Classic Attractions

    The Tree of Life is the iconic sight inside Animal Kingdom. There’s also a show inside called “It’s Tough To Be A Bug.”

    Walt Disney World Animal Kingdom Tree Of Life

    Animal Kingdom’s Kilimanjaro Safaris takes you on a ride through Africa to see many of the animals that live at the park.

    Walt Disney World Animal Kingdom Kilimanjaro Safaris

    (Photo By Andrew M.)

  • Animal Kingdom: Newer Attractions

    The newest part of Animal Kingdom is Pandora – The World of Avatar. There, you’ll find Avatar Flight of Passage, which features some of the most incredible animatronics ever developed.

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