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  • On Jun 18, 2015
    Lisa from NE Asked

    Hi there...my family and I have been gifted a trip to WDW from my mother in law, she is paying for everything with her credit card, everything will be paid for before we arrive, will it be a problem since I wont have her card with us? Thank you

    Hi Lisa!

    What an amazing gift to be given, a trip to the Most Magical Place on Earth.   I hope you buy your mother-in-law a wonderful souvenir from your vacation to thank her. I know you will have an amazing time.

    Your mother-in-law can certainly pay for your trip using her credit card.  You will not need to show the credit card when you arrive, just your id.   If you are staying at a Disney Resort hotel you will be given the option to link your personal credit card to your room account for charging privileges. This credit card does have to be someone staying in the room.   I often link my credit card and charge any souvenir purchase or extra snacks we buy to my personal credit card.   It saves me from having to carry my entire purse into the theme parks.  It's great!

    Thanks for stopping by the Disney Parks Moms Panel Lisa.  I hope you have an unforgettable vacation filled with memories that will last a lifetime.

    Dream as Dreamers Do,

    ~Jen
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Meet the Panelist: Jennifer, Alabama

Hello, my name is Jen, and my family and I call Alabama home. I am a stay-at-home mom to 2 rowdy, young Pirates and a beautiful pre-teen Princess. I've been showing my "Disney Side" since I was a small child and I can't wait to share the abundance of Pixie-Dusted knowledge I have acquired about the Most Magical Place on Earth with you and your family! Learn More About Jennifer

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