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Though discounts have been scarce through the busy spring travel season, it looks like Disney is pulling out all the stops when it comes to trying to get guests to visit Walt Disney World this summer (notably before Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge opens in August), unleashing some huge discounts and deals that include deep discounts on tickets and dining. And while prices are on the rise for everything from annual passes to parking and even reusable bags, there are at least some places where guests can save some money. 

If you are thinking about going to a Disney park in the near future (and especially if you are an annual passholder or Florida Resident), here are some easy ways you can save some money that you should definitely know about!

1. Discount Ticket announced for Florida Residents 

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Just a month after announcing a discounted 6-park ticket deal Disney has announced another summer discount, this time just for Florida residents. The new Get Your Ears On Ticket is available now through August 25, 2019, and can be used any three or four days, depending on ticket purchased, through Aug. 28, 2019 … with no block out dates. However, the one catch here is this ticket does not have the park hopper option. Here's the cost breakdown:

3-Day Get Your Ears On Ticket $199 (plus tax) – Less than $67 per day 

4-Day Get Your Ears On Ticket $219 (plus tax) – Less than $55 per day

2. Annual Passholders get discounted ticket deal with new bring-a-firend option  

Beginning today Walt Disney World Annual Passholders can purchase up to six 1-Day park hopper tickets with the limited-time “Bring-a-Friend” offer for $89 plus tax per ticket, nearly 50% off the regular admission price.

Of course, as with all discounted offers, there are some significant restrictions on these tickets. First off, they are only valid for admission until the end of the summer on August 8, 2019 Annual passholders who purchase them will also need to bring a valid photo ID, and can only use the purchased tickets on the date of sale only.  
 

Still, even with the restrictions, this is a great deal, and if you are planning a trip this summer and haven't bought theme park tickets yet (and know a Walt Disney World annual passholder), you could save some serious money with this summertime offer. 

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