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  • Hi1Love the Panel!We go to WDW12/3-12/18/11,my son turns 3 on 12/9,I know that I haven´t to pay the tickets for him but I would like to Know What happens with meals.We have free dining,I have to pay for his meals the day of his birthday and after that
  • - Asked by ines from tucuman on 11/8/2011
  • Hi Ines, You are in luck, your son will remain the age that he was when you checked into your WDW Resort for the whole duration of that stay. Even though he will turn 3 years old during your stay, Disney will still consider him to be 2 years old and therefor will still be free to enter the Parks and he can still eat off of an adults plate for free too! I hope that you are going to get a complimentary Birthday button for him to wear during your vacation in the Parks and all throughout WDW where he will get noticed by cast members that will wish him a Happy Birthday (some cast members even have special surprises he may be lucky to receive, but regardless of what he may or may not get, he will feel very special to be noticed in WDW on his "special day"). I hope you have a magical trip! Best wishes, Brigitta
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