Tomorrowland Magic Kingdom
  • On Jul 19, 2017
    Tanya from FL Asked

    Our family is part-time Florida residents. Our children who are over the age of 18 (local college) are still living at home. Can I get them FL resident annual passes too?

    Hi Tanya,

    My parents are also part-time Florida residents, who like to spend six months of the year living close to the Mouse. Eventually I hope to join them. With great year-round weather, and close proximity to Walt Disney World Resort, Florida is definitely hard to beat!

    In order to qualify for a Walt Disney World Resort Annual Pass for Florida residents, your adult children must be able to present proof of a Florida residential address. Acceptable forms of proof include either (1) a valid Florida driver's license or state-issued Florida Identification card with a Florida address, or, (2) a current bill, financial or government documentation addressed to them at a valid Florida residential address within the preceding two months, along with government photo identification. 

    Therefore, even if your children do not have a Florida driver's license or state identification card with a Florida address, provided they have bank statements, utility or telephone bills, or some form of official government correspondence addressed to their attention at a Florida residential address, along with a piece of photo identification, they should be fine to purchase a Florida resident Annual Pass.

    If your children qualify to purchase a Florida resident Annual Pass, one of the exclusive benefits for Florida residents is the ability to pay for an Annual Pass on a monthly payment program, spreading the cost of the Pass into 12 monthly payments. Especially for a budget-conscious college students, this is a great option!

    Tanya, I hope this information is helpful. Should you have any other questions, please let us know. We are here to help!

    Trish
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Meet the Panelist: Trish, Nova Scotia

Hi! I'm Trish from Canada, a single mom to two kids and a proud Disney Vacation Club member. In my circle of friends, I have a reputation for gravitating to any discussion involving Disney Parks and Resorts and would welcome the chance to share my experiences with you. Have you ever wondered what Disney Vacation Club is all about? Trying to decide if membership is right for your family? Have a question about visiting a Disney Vacation Club Resort? If so, you have come to the right place!

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