Florida Residents Get Some More “PERKS”

 Why are Floridians better than the rest of the world?  There are some people that go to Disney World more than the people that live in Florida.  Here is a recent finding that I ran into that makes me wonder what makes the Mouse tick…

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. – Florida residents can now put some more magic in their week with the newest ticket introduced at Walt Disney World Resort – the Disney Weekday Select Pass.

The new pass offers Florida residents more than 180 weekdays of fun at all four Walt Disney World theme parks, along with extras like special Passholder discounts, Passholder-only events and exclusive Passholder newsletters.  All for less than a dollar a day!
Prices are $169 plus tax for guests ages 10 and above; $149 plus tax for guests ages 3-9.
Block-out days apply (Saturdays and Sundays, plus Dec. 19, 2009-Jan. 1, 2010;
March 27-April 7, 2010; June 12-Aug. 19, 2010; Dec. 18, 2010-Jan. 1, 2011) and proof of Florida residency is required.  Passes are non-transferable and valid for one year from date of issuance.
Guests can receive more information and purchase passes online at disneyworld.com/weekday.
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Disney Admission News

I just read a small notice on a few websites that I visit from time to time, and it appears that there may be a “Domestic Park Pass” offered by Disney.  This pass will be good for unlimited admission at either the Walt Disney World Resort, or DisneyLand Resort.  The pass will possibly include admission to Typhoon Lagoon, Blizzard Beach, and DisneyQuest.

The price for a Premium Annual Pass to Disney World is @$500, and a DisneyLand Premium Pass is @$450.  I would hope that if they do this that the price will be fair, as not that many people can afford to go from coast to coast, and visit both resorts.

What do you think would be a fair pricing for this?

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