Disney World offers discount tickets for guests who are late risers

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ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Walt Disney World is offering discounted tickets to visitors who want to sleep in.

Starting Friday, Aug. 16, the Florida theme resort is offering two-day tickets for as low as $88 a day, as long as purchasers don’t show up at the parks until after 12 p.m.

That’s an almost 25 percent discount from start-of-the-day tickets that cost $116 each on Friday.

The “sleep-in” tickets are good for the resort’s four theme parks. Prices vary depending on the month, week and day under Disney World’s variable pricing.

The deal is good through mid-December.

The move comes as Disney World is set to open its much-anticipated Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge land at the end of the month. Just this week, it opened the NBA Experience at Disney Springs at its restaurant and shopping complex.

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