Hi Disney Panel! Going to WDW in November with our 5, 3, and 9 month old. wondering which attractions are worth using one of the three PP+ allowed vs. which are not. We will be visiting Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and MK. (2 days for MK).
- Asked by Camelia from VA on 10/6/2013
Thanks for visiting the Disney Parks Moms Panel with your question. I was able to use My Disney Experience and MagicBands last weekend to book FastPass+ attractions for the first time, and it worked great.
I would recommend using... read more
Planned to come in dec but have to postpone. All 3 kids will have bday before new visit date. Will the cost go up to the adult price automatically for the 1 that will be 10 instead of 9? We have ddp and 7 day HP. Just changing date on existing ressie.
- Asked by Kim from IL on 9/27/2013
Hello Kim! Welcome back to the Moms Panel. Walt Disney World considers anyone 10 and up to be an adult, and therefore will charge you the adult price for that child. They consider the age the child is on the day you check in, and... read more
My daughter turns 3 in december, not thinking ahead, we would still have 6 months left on the rest of our families weekday select pass? Would i need to purchase a whole other years pass? or is there a way to get it prorated till May 2014?
- Asked by Juan from FL on 9/15/2013
I would really love to help you get the answer to your question, I'm just not sure that I understand what you are asking. I believe you are saying that you need to purchase your daughters pass in December when she turns 3, and your... read more
I'm visiting WDW with my 3yr son & hubby on 3rd Sep 2013 just for a day from NH & this is our 1st trip. Want to know what are the main things which we must see with our 3 yr old including meeting Mickey n Donald...Please suggest me prices of ticket
- Asked by DEBJANI on 8/15/2013
Congratulations on your first visit to Walt Disney World, watching the magic through your son's eyes is a memory you will cherish forever.For a day visit, I suggest visiting Magic Kingdom.Magic Kingdom is classic Disney, with lots of... read more
Hello Mom Panel.
We are visiting WDW next week with our 3 kids. My oldest daughter is 10 but she is very small in height. She is as tall as her twin 7 yr old brothers who are 4 feet (48 inches). Will she need an adult ticket?
- Asked by Alisa on 7/25/2013
I can certainly understand your question, however, because your daughter is 10 years old, an adult ticket will need to be purchased. The great thing is that you are creating memories for your children and they will have a great... read more