Florida Residents Can Get Disney Water Park Tickets for Cheap

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The summertime visits are in full swing, and it doesn’t seem like Disney World will be less crowded ever. What better way to beat the heat than jump into a Disney Water Park?

Summers are the ideal time to be by a Disney-themed pool. Now, if you are a Florida resident, some exciting news will make you want to come even more. The offer is only valid for this select group of frequent guests, and to your delight, it will help you save big bucks.

Disney Water Park ticket for Florida residents

The Typhoon Lagoon at Disney is one hot topic right now, owing to the increasing number of visitors. Florida Residents can now pay only $69 to get a two-day ticket to be a part of Disney water parks.

The offer is valid till June 30, 2022, and anyone over 10-year-old can be a part of this. If you have kids aged between 3 and 9, their tickets will be $5 less at $63 only. So, you got to pay for your one-day visit and get the second day free at the water park.

Note that you have to share proof that you are a resident of Florida. Also, these tickets are subject to block-out days between May 27 and May 30.

The best part about the free water park visit option is that you do not have to come on consecutive days. So, if you pay and visit one day, you can choose when you want to avail the free option.

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Final thoughts

The hype around the Typhoon Lagoon is legit. It is beautiful, and summers are the best time to be here. We recommend you make your bookings quickly and make the most of your summertime coolness!

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