Mom With Kids After Run
  • On Jun 22, 2011
    Teresa from IN Asked

    My kids are under 18 and are going to WDW with friends who are not Fl residents. My inlaws live in florida and my inlaws bought tickets and having them mailed to my house for the kids said they won't have any problem using them. will they have any trouble

    Hi Teresa!

    If your in-laws purchased the regular park passes for visitors to Disney World who live outside of the state of Florida then yes it is fine for them to purchase passes for your children.  If your in-laws have purchased the Florida residents passes for your children then you may want to check if they can use these passes. My understanding is that the passes that Florida residence can purchase for themselves are different then the passes that guests from out of the state can purchase.  When you present a Florida resident pass at the gate you must show a piece of identification that shows that you are a Florida resident. I would have your in-laws double check this information before purchasing any passes for your children.
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I am Dorothy from Dundas, Ontario Canada. I am a strong believer that vacationing is a great way to create a close-knit family. There is no better place to achieve this than a trip to Walt Disney World. Learn More About Dorothy

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