Hi. My son will turn three on the second day of our WDW vacation. However, we will be switching resorts on day 7. Will I need to purchase him a ticket for that second half of our vacation because we are switching resorts?
- Asked by Jodie from MI on 1/31/2014
Hi Jodie! Great question! This is often confusing, but I have been told by two different Guest Relations Cast Members that if your child starts their vacation off when they are two years old and turns three sometime during the vacation,... read more
Was curious. Are they still doing the stroller swap that they have done in past. I didn't know if it had changed because of the paperless FP+ system now. Last year we had a two people get FP's and then we'd just get the stroller swap pass too. Thanks!
- Asked by Tiffany from GA on 2/3/2014
Thank you for your question Tiffany. I'm thrilled to see you will be visiting the Walt Disney World Resort soon. We also like to utilize the Rider Switch service when our youngest isn't able to ride some of the attractions. The Rider Switch... read more
My family and I will be visiting WDW in May for two weeks ( can't wait). We have never been in May before, we have a 6 yr old and a 2 yr old. Am I correct in thinking we won't have to pay for a ticket to get into the parks for my 2yr old?
- Asked by Joanne on 2/5/2014
Hi Joanne: Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel. Two weeks in Walt Disney World sounds like a magical family vacation, I am so excited for you! You are absolutely correct, children under the age of three do not require A Magic Your... read more
I set up a my disney experience account and linked our reservations so I could costumes our bands. I was able to do it for everyone but my youngest daughter. She will only be one at the time is this why? She's not showing up on my linked reservations why?
- Asked by Kimberly from TN on 1/31/2014
Kimberly: You nailed it: because your daughter will be one-year-old when she visits she will not need a ticket--and you do not need to buy her one, as all children under the age of two are free. Therefore, because you haven't purchased a ticket... read more
I'm bringing my daughter to Disney in April, do i need to bring her birth certificate to show her age if shes under 3?
- Asked by Heather from NJ on 2/1/2014
Hi Heather, Thanks for visiting the Disney Parks Moms Panel with your question. Your Walt Disney World Resort Vacation will be here before you know it, won't it be nice to get out of the cold? We have visited Walt Disney World... read more