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  • We will be visiting with our 2 & 6-yr-old children in April. Can we purchase a 10 day child's ticket with no expiration and use 5 days for my 6-year-old in 2008 and then the remaining 5 days later w/our younger child?
  • - Asked by April from Minnesota on 2/25/2008
  • Your 2 year old does not need a ticket!

    All children under 3 years of age are admitted to Walt Disney World free of charge

    Rest assured that you will not have to show any type of card at the entrance gate for your youngest child.

    The Cast Members will simply scan your admission media, then let you and your small child through the turnstile or stroller gate.

    Tickets are non-transferable. Adults must insert their ticket followed by a biometric finger scan which checks that you are the owner of the ticket. Therefore, after its first use no one else will be able to use that ticket. If you opt to not have your finger scanned, you’ll be asked to show photo identification. Children under 10 years of age using child park admission only need to provide their ticket.

    Enjoy the savings for your 2-year old!

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