My grandmother who is a FL resident got my brothers and I disney tickets for christmas. We are not fl residents could my brothers and I still use the tickets
- Asked by Erika from MD on 1/22/2009
I am not sure if what you have received is an actual ticket or a voucher for a ticket. I can tell you that you must present a Florida ID or drivers license to be able to purchase and use a Florida resident ticket. The Disney ticket... read more
As a present, we received passes for our upcoming trip. they are 8 day Park Hoppers, but we are going to buy Florida resident season passes. Can we exchange them for the season pass (even though the season pass is CHEAPER than the value of the MYWPHs)?
- Asked by Bridget from VA on 1/9/2009
What a great gift you received Bridget! Upon your arrival to any theme park, you should take your tickets to guest services. They will validate your tickets, and then go over all the possible options for ticket exchange or upgrades with you,... read more
Can you buy Florida Resident tickets at your hotel in WDW or do you have to purchase them at the main gate?
- Asked by Laure from FL on 1/13/2009
Lucky you! As a Florida resident, you are able to get some really phenomenal deals on WDW park tickets and hotels. The official WDW website offers these discounts ONLY to Florida residents with proof of residency. For info on... read more
what is required ID for fla. residency, can a milatary person stationed in Fla. quilify and if yes what ID will he/she have to show as the DL will befrom anther state.
- Asked by Bryan from FL on 1/2/2009
To to eligible for Disney's great Florida Resident discounts, a proof of residency is required. You must be prepared to show one of the following forms of identification:
1. Florida driver's license
2. Florida state-issued ID card... read more
Hi. I am a Florida resident. What is the best ticketing option for me if we are going to visit often during the year?
- Asked by Beatrice from FL on 12/23/2008
For Florida residents who will visit the parks often, you'll want to look at a Florida Resident Seasonal or Annual pass.
First decide if you will visit the parks during especially busy times such as the Christmas holiday. If not,... read more