• On Apr 26, 2014
    Amey from MD Asked

    Hi! We have a group of 5 (4 adults and a toddler). Two adults are annual pass holders, two are not. Disney suggested booking the package as 2 adults then adding the passholders to the reservation at check-in. Does this sound right? Trying to avoid issues

    Hi Amey,

    Interesting question and I am not sure why Disney would make this suggestion. The only possible reason would be if you wanted to purchase the Disney Dining Plan. Disney Dining is attached to your tickets. Everyone on the package must have the same tickets which would mean the annual pass holders would need to purchase additional tickets. By adding on at check-in this would not be an issue.

    You might want to have the annual pass holders book the rooms as they have access to room discounts. This might make the trip more affordable and even offer you an option to upgrade resorts.

    Wishing you a magical vacation!
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