It’s about to get a little cheaper to get to Disney World, Epcot and Universal Studios in Florida for certain people.
Frontier Airlines is offering free flights to Orlando to anyone whose first or last name is Orlando. That means both Orlando Bloom and Tony Orlando are eligible!
The budget airline has partnered with the city’s tourism board, Visit Orlando, for the promotion that will allow Orlandos from around the country a free flight to Orlando International Airport during the week of October 13th to 20th.
"Our LOVE for Orlando, Florida -- one of our most frequently traveled destinations -- is HUGE," the promotion reads on the website. "To spread the love, we're offering anyone with the FIRST or LAST name 'Orlando' a free flight to Orlando."
Interested individuals need to have Orlando as either their legal first or last name and have until October 5th to submit their application.
As a consolation for those of us not lucky enough to share a moniker with the Florida city, Frontier is offering discounted flights starting at $39 to everyone else during the same time period, reported UPI.
Also, it’s unclear if the free flight is one-way or round trip, so plan accordingly.
Disney World opened its gates again on July 11 with numerous health and safety changes along with a reduced capacity. Face masks must be worn at the park, reservations are mandatory, and park hopping is no longer allowed.
Not all of the park's resorts have reopened, however.
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort delayed its opening from August 12 to October 4, while the Art of Animation Resort will reopen on November 1.
The Orlando resort has also revealed tentative plans to reopen one of its two water parks in the early spring.
Both Disney’s Blizzard Beach and Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon currently remain closed, but with government approvals, Disney plans to open one of these two water parks on March 7, 2021.