My parents are FL residents. There is a special 3 or 4 day ticket, but it has some blackout dates. We will spend a few days in Jan, but have a day left. There is a blackout date from 4/12 to 4/25. What is going on in the parks then to warrant a blackout
- Asked by eugene from TX on 12/1/2013
Wow, it is very cool that your parents are Florida residents! The blackout dates for Florida resident tickets are typically during very busy times at Walt Disney World, such as the time around major... read more
My girlfriend lives in FL and bought a 3 day pass. She cant link it 2 our "my disney experience" as she has 2 show ID at the park. My ? is...When she gets her ticket validated and linked..will she be linked up 2 my fast pass selections that I alr
- Asked by Chris from MA on 11/20/2013
This question is tricky as this is new for Disney. In theory, yes. Once she adds her tickets to my My Disney Experience, they should link. However, the system is still in the early stages.
When your girlfriend activates her... read more
Hi, this is probably a silly question, Can i purchase FL Res priced tickets today and then use them during the block out dates around Christmas this year? Is the rule that you just can't purch them with the FL discount at that time?
- Asked by tammy from FL on 11/19/2013
Hi Tammy! As my middle-school math teacher used to say, there's no such thing as a silly question! We're happy to help with any question here at the Moms Panel!
I'm always a little jealous of you lucky Florida residents. You live close to Walt... read more
my wife and I live in Florida, my out of state son and wife are visiting . if I buy the tickets do we all receive instate rates or do I need to pay out of state for my son and his wife
- Asked by dan from FL on 11/15/2013
Hi, Dan! Anyone over the age of 18 may be required to present Florida resident identification to use a Florida resident discounted ticket. You must be a Florida resident to use the discounted tickets, so your son and daughter-in-law will... read more
My wife and i are again annual seasonal pass holders. We have four grand children under 10 years of age. Can we purchase a residential rate ticket for them? Thanks
- Asked by William from FL on 11/4/2013
It's great to hear from a fellow Floridian! The answer is yes you can purchase their tickets. Proof of Florida residency is only required for adult tickets, not for child tickets. For more information, please visit the Florida... read more