LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- Florida residents can now cash in on Walt
Disney World's 15-month-long celebration of the 100th anniversary
of Walt Disney's birth with the 100 Years of Magic annual pass.
Purchasers get 100 free days in honor of the festivities. Passes
went on sale Oct. 5 at all four Disney theme parks in Orlando and
Oct. 8 at other locations like Florida AAA offices and Disney
They must be purchased by Dec. 30; cost $289 for persons 10 or
older and $246 for children 3 to 9; be redeemed at a ticket window
by Dec. 30, and require proof of residency.
Floridians are also being given a $49 room rate through Feb. 13,
2002 at Disney's All-Star Sports Resort and All-Star Music Resort.
Black-out dates are Nov. 20 to 23 and Dec. 26 to 31.