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Kids under 3

Discussion in 'WDW with Kids' started by TDGMedley, Dec 29, 2016.

  1. TDGMedley

    TDGMedley Active Member

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    Planning a trip for my daughters 3rd Birthday. She will turn 3 half way through the trip. I know 2 and under is free. how does it work, do they charge her as 3 or still free for the trip.
     
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    Nemo14 Well-Known Member

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    If she is 2 at the beginning of the trip, she is considered 2 throughout the entire trip.
     
  3. DisneyPrincess5

    DisneyPrincess5 Well-Known Member

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    Awww that's so sweet and fun! Have a great birthday trip with her. Happy planning.
     
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  4. TDGMedley

    TDGMedley Active Member Original Poster

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    Thank you!! Cant wait
     
  5. BigRedDad

    BigRedDad Well-Known Member

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    She will be 2 the whole trip so no worry there. Just have fun and enjoy the bday trip.
     
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    How do they ID the child's age for the trip. Birth certificate? I assume that must be brought Id at the airports anyways
     
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    Weather_Lady Well-Known Member

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    I don't believe they do. We've never been asked for proof of the kids' age for domestic travel, including flights, nor did Disney ever ask us to provide any verification that the birthdates we gave Disney for the kids were correct.
     
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  8. rachelkathryn

    rachelkathryn New Member

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    My niece was "2" when we went in September. No one is going to check her birth certificate or give you a hard time about her not having a park ticket. She'll still get a button and happy birthdays all day long from patrons and cast members and have a special birthday, without it costing you a little more

    Have fun!
     
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