Walt Disney just dropped its ticket prices. But only for some

Summertime is upon us and the go-to Florida vacation destination just got a little cheaper.

Walt Disney World Resort and theme parks have rolled out summer Florida resident prices.

Living in the state means you can buy a four-day pass for $219, about $55 a day, or a three-day pass for $199, about $67 a day. Once you’ve purchased your tickets you don’t have to use them all at once on consecutive days.

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The ticket days can be used until Aug. 28, with no blackout dates. They can be purchased through Aug. 25.

The tickets allow for one theme park each day. You can select from:

Magic Kingdom


Hollywood Studios

Animal Kingdom

Tickets can be upgraded to the park hopper or park hopper plus options for additional costs.

The ticket use-time ends right before Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Hollywood Studios opens to the public on Aug. 29.

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Two rides, Smugglers Run and Rise of the Resistance, are being built at Black Spire Outpost, the village in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, expected to open in late 2019 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Disney Parks

While you can purchase tickets to go see the Star Wars expansion, fast pass tickets to its two rides will not be immediately available.

Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run, where you can take command of the famous ship, will be the only attraction of the two available during the grand opening.

The Rise of the Resistance attraction, where guests will be taken prisoner aboard a Star Destroyer and must fight to escape, is set to open at a later date that hasn’t been announced.

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Miami Herald Real Time Reporter Devoun Cetoute covers breaking news, Florida theme parks and general assignment. He attends the University of Florida and grew up in Miami. Theme parks are on his mind in and out of the office.