Theme parks in Central Florida have been doing their best for years to “show their love” to Florida residents, and with the coronavirus pandemic still part of daily life – and with tourism still struggling, Universal Orlando is looking to Florida residents to keep the streets in their parks filled with smiling guests… albeit behind face masks.

The Universal Orlando parks are now offering a new “Buy a Day” ticket that will allow visitors unlimited visits through December 24, for the price of a single-day ticket.

The price of an adult ticket is $164 for adults (ages 10 & up) and $159 for children (ages 3 – 9).

The deal has no block-out dates, and it allows Florida residents to visit the parks any time between August 1 and Dec. 24. Guests will be able to visit both Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure on the same day. Those who want to add unlimited admission to Universal’s Volcano Bay water park can make it happen for an additional $29.

The “Buy a Day” ticket has to be purchased before Sept. 30, and proof of Florida residency is required at the time of ticket purchase.