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*Barbie* re: Disney

As Florida residents, we get a cheaper rate. There are a few different options as far as that goes.

There is an annual pass, which is the most expensive option and you can go as much as you want for a whole year any time with no black out dates.

Then there's what we do, which is a FL Resident Seasonal Pass. It's around $250, and you can go as much as you want except for blackout dates. The blackout dates are the 2 weeks before Christmas, the 2 weeks around Easter and the majority of the summer. None of those are times when we would go to Disney anyway due to the crowds and/or the heat. We've already gone 9 days since last Thanksgiving, and are going to do a few more before the pass expires.

There's also one where you can go as much as you want after 4PM. It's probably something I would consider if we lived in Orlando, because that's after naptime and the nighttime events are pretty fun.

That was a very long-winded answer. But when you do take your little one,  I'd be happy to give recommendations and whatnot.
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Re: *Barbie* re: Disney

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    can you edit for name, thanks.
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    good to know. when we go it will probably be for a week in the offseason. i'm not a huge fan of crowds or heat.
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    Edited, sorry!

    I'm not a fan either. November is a good time to go, especially because the Christmas decorations are up. January-April (minus Easter week) are good times to go as well. Cooler, less crowds, etc.
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    thanks. I've heard Nov. - tail end of hurricane season, and kids are in school. Maybe we'll take her for her birthday some year.
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    Exactly. From the age she is now and up, she'll love it. And you and your H will, too. There's a ton to see and do, and lots of good dining options.
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