• On Aug 17, 2016
    David from FL Asked

    going to the campground in two weeks, considering buying annual passes for family of 6 two adults 5, during that weekend of our trip a 3 and twin 2 year old also celebrating labor day weekend. What are our benefits as pass holders? Strollers for twins?

    Hi David,

    I'm thrilled you are thinking of joining the Florida resident passholder family! We've been annual passholders for almost 20 years and love the convenience and flexibility an annual pass gives us.

    One of the benefits I love is the ability to make interest-free monthly payments on our passes. We take full advantage of the passholder discounts on resort reservations and dining, and we love that free standard parking at the theme parks is now included with all Florida residents passes.

    You'll find a chart that compares the advantages of all the passes on the main Walt Disney World website. That will help you decide which pass is right for your family. For us, the Disney Silver Pass makes the most sense. Others find that the block out dates for the Silver Pass don't meet their families' schedules. For them, the Florida Residents Gold Pass or a Platinum or the Platinum Plus are the perfect fit.

    As a passholder, you will receive regular communications about special offers and discounts, plus the latest news about what's new and what's coming up at Walt Disney World in the quarterly Mickey Monitor.  The Passholder Benefits Guide will give you all the details.

    While there is a passholder discount for the children's activity centers, I do not believe there is a stroller rental discount.

    Thanks for your question, and please let me know if I can help in any way as you enter your year of Disney passholder magic. Enjoy!

    Wilma



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Meet the Panelist: Wilma, Florida

We live 90 miles from Walt Disney World and have visited frequently for 20 years. Disney is the place our family can relax together, try new things (especially interesting food) and have conversations, no matter what park we visit or where we stay.
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