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  • On Nov 22, 2016
    Irene from CT Asked

    Hi- What are the black out dates for Florida Residents for 2017?

    Hi Irene!

    Thank you for visiting the Disney Parks Moms Panel and for sending me your excellent question about Walt Disney World Resort Annual Passes for Florida Residents and Walt Disney World Resort theme park tickets for Florida Residents!

    Florida Resident 3-day and 4-day tickets are the only tickets with blockout dates. The 2017 blockout dates are the following: April 8, 2017 - April 21, 2017; June 5, 2017 - August 10, 2017.

    Annual pass Blockout dates vary depending on the annual pass of your choice. The 5 Florida Resident-only passes available for 2017 are the following:

    •   Disney Gold Pass
    •   Disney Silver Pass
    •   Disney Weekday Select Pass
    •   Epcot After 4 Annual Pass
    •   Water Parks After 2 Annual Pass

    Please click on the “blockout dates” link on the top of the Walt Disney World Resort Annual Passes page in order to view blockout dates for each kind of pass. You can toggle the passes on the top left of the calendar pop-up.

    Please keep in mind that there are other passes available that are not for Florida Residents only and have their own blockout dates. The Disney Platinum and Disney Platinum Plus passes do not have any blockout dates in 2017.

    Irene, I hope I have helped answer your question. If you have any other questions or require further clarification please visit me again. I am always here to help you!

    With a Sprinkling of Pixie Dust,

    Priscila
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Meet the Panelist: Priscila, Florida

Welcome home! I'm Priscila, native Floridian, lifelong Disney fan, and mom to two of my very own Disney Princesses! I'm passionate about all things Disney and as an Annual Passholder I visit Walt Disney World Resort often. I'm honored to be sharing my knowledge with you while on the Disney Parks Moms Panel. With a sprinkling of Pixie Dust, I'm ready to help you plan an unforgettable vacation to Walt Disney World Resort. In the words of Walt Disney himself, "To all who come to this happy place, welcome!" Learn More About Priscila

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