Mom And Son On Run
  • On Nov 3, 2014
    Katherine from CT Asked

    My family includes a 2 year old, for which no park ticket is required. How will I link him to fast pass choices without a ticket? Thanks!

    Hi Katherine,

    You are absolutely correct that since children under age three don't have park tickets, there is no mechanism with which to make FastPass+ selections for them. Because of this, children under age three do not need to have or use FastPass+. Babies/toddlers are welcome to join their family members on any attraction for which the adults have a FP+. The little ones don't need to have a FP+ of their own.

    When you approach a FP+ attraction, simply scan your own ticket or MagicBand at the touchpoint. 99% of the time, cast members will automatically let small children accompanied by adults with FP+ go into the FP+ queue with no question at all. If a cast member does stop you, just let them know that your child is under age three and he or she will be allowed to ride without having a FP+.

    Please let us know if you have additional questions. We're happy to help. 
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