I just made my FastPass+ selections. My son is 2. He will be let on rides with us even though reservations will only allow me to make selections for my husband and I, right?
- Asked by Jessica from KY on 2/28/2014
Hi Jessica, Not to worry! As long as you and your husband have FastPasses and are going on a ride for which your son meets the height restrictions (or one without height restrictions), he will easily be able to accompany you. If you want to use... read more
WDW in May with son's family. We have separate res. My grson is 2. He is listed on the res but not under my D exp. He is in Fam & Frnds. He does not need a magicband but I have read that Disney has sent them to other 2 yr olds. How can we get him on
- Asked by Patty from OH on 2/27/2014
Hi Patty, I completely understand your concern that your grandson be included in the Magic Band fun even though he doesn't technically "need" one for park admission, Fast Pass +, etc. Since I hadn't quite experienced this dilemma personally,... read more
Hi, Were are planning on visiting WDW on April 25-May 3rd. My son will be turning 3 yrs old during our trip (May 1st), will I need to purchase a ticket for him? If not, will I need to provide proof of age?
- Asked by Luisa from VA on 2/27/2014
Hi Luisa! I just confirmed this question for another guest a couple of weeks ago and the official answer is that if your child is two at the start of your vacation and turning three while on your trip, they will not need a ticket. I have... read more
I am seeing a lot of people saying that children age 3 do not need a ticket with a paying adult? Is this true? The website looks like I will have to pay for my 3 year old but now I am questioning it. Thanks a bunch!
- Asked by Megan from OH on 2/24/2014
Hi Megan! It can be confusing, so I'm glad you came here to get your questions cleared up! Guests three years of age and older do indeed need to purchase (or more likely have purchased for them) theme and water park tickets. There is a reduced price... read more
Will I have to bring proof of age for my 2 year old son? He's a little big for his age, and autistic.We'll be going during March (the 24th-28th) and his birthday is on the 30th. I'd rather not travel with his birth certificate...
- Asked by Nina from IL on 2/23/2014
Hi Nina, What a special birthday celebration you have planned for your little guy! You don't need to bring an official birth certificate with you. However, making a photocopy of it to slip into your purse wouldn't hurt. Children ages 3 and... read more