Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Discover Disney - new offer for Florida Residents



If it's been a while since you've been to Walt Disney World, the resort hopes a new deal for Florida residents will get you to go back.

Tuesday, the resort announced a new Discover Disney ticket offering Floridians three days at the theme parks for $119, plus tax for adults and children ages 3 and up.

Florida residents can even add a fourth day for just $10 more.

Disney said guests will enjoy a 2013 filled with Limited Time Magic, including limited-release merchandise, dance parties and experiences.

Florida residents can purchase the three-day Discover Disney ticket at disneyworld.com/deal now through June 5, and is good for any of the Walt Disney World theme park, excluding block-out dates. However, the tickets are limited to one park per day.

The following is from Walt Disney World's news release, issued Tuesday, to give Floridians an idea of what's new at Disney's theme parks:

Magic Kingdom:
Two new castles in the Magic Kingdom, joining the beloved Cinderella Castle, help anchor New Fantasyland. Bringing to life the Disney hit movies The Little Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast, Prince Eric and Beast have palaces.

Epcot:
A celebration of African-American history debuts in late winter with the Bernard and Shirley Kinsey Collection in the American Adventure Pavilion.
Monsieur Paul restaurant welcomes guests to the France pavilion in the World Showcase, featuring a new menu celebrating the authentic taste of French cuisine.
Create your own virtual concept car and put it through its paces in the re-imagined Test Track Presented by Chevrolet.

Disney’s Hollywood Studios:
See if you’ve got what it takes to be a buccaneer. Pirates of the Caribbean: The Legend of Captain Jack Sparrow is a new experience now on view at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.