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  • up to what age is a child considered child price at the theme parks?
  • - Asked by Tara from New York on 3/12/2010
  • Hi Tara,


    Walt Disney World does not require theme park tickets for children under the age of three.  Kids ages three through nine can use children's tickets, which are priced a bit lower than standard, full-priced tickets.  Guests 10 and older require full-priced theme park tickets.

    Have a wonderful visit!

    Tanya
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