Florida residents question

Discussion in 'Disney Resorts' started by P'colaFla, Nov 10, 2004.

  1. P'colaFla

    P'colaFla Mouseketeer

    Mar 29, 2003
    Anyone know (historically) if the Fla resident 4-day park hopper passes are usually available in Jan. and Feb.? I called AAA but of course they couldn't tell me if they would be or not. Just trying to plan a quick trip for 05.
  2. LibertyBelle

    LibertyBelle Guest

    The Play 4 days ticket is usually July- November, but you could get the "seasonal Pass" that will be avalaible for you if you are interested. It is good for 365 days from purchaes (with black outs December 18, 2004-Jan 1, 2005...March 19, 2005-April 1, 2005... June 11, 2005-Aug 18, 2005). Other than the dates listed the Seasonal pass (not to be confused with the Annual Pass) is valied for Magic Kingdom, MGM, Epcot and Animal Kingdom. (parking not included)... the cost for that one is $211.94 (10 and older) and $179.99 (3-9 )... It is a little more than the Play 4 day passes, but has more avalaiblity and options... Just something to think about.
  3. Tiggerlover91

    Tiggerlover91 DIS Veteran

    Feb 3, 2001
    Actually, the Play 4 pass seems to have a pattern somewhat over the last 4 years.

    In 2000, 2002, and this year 2004, they have come out twice, as you see, these are even years: January thru early June and July-November.

    In 2001 and 2003, them came out sometime around April and ran through September or October I believe. Those times they only came out once as those were the odd years.

    So if you go by that, it's possible since next year is an odd year, they will only be out once...sometime around that March/April area through the early fall. Nothing is written in stone as far as Disney is concerned, but considering they have been pretty accurate over the last 4 years, you never know. Keep your eye out.

    Hope I've helped,

    Denise :wave: :teeth:
  4. lovmy2girls

    lovmy2girls DIS Veteran<br><font color=purple>I tell ya, if yo

    Jun 1, 2002
    Greetings from P'cola Too! Try the Fla Residents seasonal pass if it is not available for the time you need.

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