ORLANDO, Fla. – Disney World is rolling out a multi-day ticket deal just for Florida residents.

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The resort is now offering Florida residents a Disney Magic Flex Ticket, with a four-day option priced at $49 per day.

The two-day ticket costs $130 plus tax, which is $65 per day, and is valid through September 30. The three-day and four-day tickets cost $174 and $190, respectively, and are valid through December 18, although there are blockout days.

The tickets can be used on consecutive or non-consecutive days and allow entry into one Disney World theme park—Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom—per day.

Visitors will need to make a reservation through the Disney Park Pass reservation system for the day the ticket is to be used. Disney World has set up a calendar so visitors can check park pass availability.

The deal comes amid low attendance at Orlando’s theme parks due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Earlier this month, Universal Orlando rolled out a “buy-a-day, go the rest of the year” ticket deal for Florida residents. Universal doesn’t require visitors to make theme park reservations.