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  • Thank you for answering my last question. Do I need to bring proof of my daughter's age to show that she is under 3 for free admittance to the parks?
  • - Asked by Tina on 7/6/2009
  • The only time that I know of that Disney will ask for any proof of age for a child is when they are applying to get the free birthday perks that are part of the "What Will You Celebrate" promotion. Other than this, you will not need any proof of your child's age. Disney will just take your word for it. You do not need to show any proof that your daughter is less than three years old.

    Similarly, Disney does not ask for any proof of an older child's age when purchasing park tickets. (Age 9 pays the child price, age 10 pays the adult price.) My twins are about to turn 10, they are completely different sizes. One is 2.5 inches taller and 15 pounds heavier than the other. I love that Disney trusts me that they are exactly the same age (well, really they're one minute apart) when we are buying their tickets.
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