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  • Hello! If I have twins that will be turning three while we are at Disney, do I need to purchase tickets for them? I'm not sure which days we will be going to a Disney park on our vacation, other then their birthday.
  • - Asked by Taryn from Maine on 11/5/2013
  • Hi Taryn,

    This is a popular question asked by many. If you are headed to Walt Disney World to celebrate your children's 3rd birthday, and they are two at the start of your vacation, you can still consider them 2 years old for entry purposes. In other words, enjoy this last free vacation.

    Having said that, if your little ones are three when you go to the park for the first time, I would say that you should purchase a child ticket. No one is going to ask for proof of age, but there is an admission cost associated with a three year old.

    Hope this helps. Have a magical vacation!
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