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  • 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 Ohio 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 offered for guests 3-9 years old. There is no charge for guests under three (0-2 years). In addition, should a child turn three while at Disney World, they don't need to have tickets as they were two when they arrived. 

    Write us back with any other questions Megan!
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