Disney World offers discount tickets for guests who are late risers

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Mickey and Minnie Mouse take turns slicing Mickey’s 60th birthday cake during festivities at Walt Disney World in Lake Buena Vista, Florida on Nov. 18, 1988. 4,000 children from all over the world were invited to help take part in the celebration. (AP Photo/Chris O’Meara)

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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