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  • [Question] Buying a disneyland ticket for a child just turned 3 years old.

    My question to any one out there with the same situation. My daughter just turned 3 years old this month and I want to know how long can I go without purchasing a admission ticket? My wife and I will be renewing our passes this November and will purchase one for my child. I would like to keep our renew dates the same. I don't want to stretch her free admission for to long. Any ideas or suggestions will greatly appreciated.

    Mrdv28
    Last edited by mrdv28; 08-20-2008, 06:36 AM.

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    Re: Buying a disneyland ticket for a child just turned 3 years old.

    Originally posted by mrdv28 View Post
    My question to any one out there with the same situation. My daughter just turned 3 years old this month and I want to know how long can I go without purchasing a admission ticket? My wife and I will be renewing our passes this November and will purchase one for my child. I would like to keep our renew dates the same. I don't want to stretch her free admission for to long. Any ideas or suggestions will greatly appreciated.

    Mrdv28
    I doubt they'll challenge you for a while (they don't want to hold up the line), you'll be in the clear until November.

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      Re: Buying a disneyland ticket for a child just turned 3 years old.

      I applaud your honesty. I am sure many parents try to pass 5 and 6 year olds off as three year olds. On a side note, does anyone know if Disney demands proof of age for children under 3, as they do on airlines?

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        Re: Buying a disneyland ticket for a child just turned 3 years old.

        you should be fine. I guess they should start selling birth certificate lanyard holders now
        -Ricky
        DLand Connoisseur
        http://www.djrickyjay.com

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        • #5
          Re: Buying a disneyland ticket for a child just turned 3 years old.

          My boyfriend and I take my sister all the time. She turned 3 in June and they've never questioned us.

          I believe you can take a child in for free until they get to that "IM THREE!!" announcing stage!

          Good luck!

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          • #6
            Re: Buying a disneyland ticket for a child just turned 3 years old.

            Originally posted by DisneyPrincess4590 View Post
            I applaud your honesty. I am sure many parents try to pass 5 and 6 year olds off as three year olds. On a side note, does anyone know if Disney demands proof of age for children under 3, as they do on airlines?
            No, they don't.

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            • #7
              Re: Buying a disneyland ticket for a child just turned 3 years old.

              Originally posted by kristinrenee310 View Post
              I believe you can take a child in for free until they get to that "IM THREE!!" announcing stage!
              That, or the honesty stage kicks in....

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              • #8
                Re: Buying a disneyland ticket for a child just turned 3 years old.

                Originally posted by DisneyPrincess4590 View Post
                That, or the honesty stage kicks in....
                lol watch out for the ethics police on the MiceChat boards....

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                  Re: Buying a disneyland ticket for a child just turned 3 years old.

                  i don't see an issue until you start turning the kid into a liar or force the kid. but thats just me
                  -Ricky
                  DLand Connoisseur
                  http://www.djrickyjay.com

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                    Re: Buying a disneyland ticket for a child just turned 3 years old.

                    Originally posted by mrdv28 View Post
                    I want to know how long can I go without purchasing a admission ticket?
                    Mrdv28

                    Uhhhh, until she turns three....

                    aak

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                      Re: Buying a disneyland ticket for a child just turned 3 years old.

                      Welcome to Mice Chat! Nice post for your first one! being honest!

                      Since you are only a few months away from purchasing a full pass for the little one I would say the honesty gods will let it pass. If they do stop and ask maybe membership will date it for starting in November.

                      Again Welcome!
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                        Re: Buying a disneyland ticket for a child just turned 3 years old.

                        My mom got me in for free when I was 6.. I know it's bad and I think I remember crying to her that I was way older than what she was telling them lol.

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                          Re: Buying a disneyland ticket for a child just turned 3 years old.

                          Thank You for welcoming me to the forum. I feel the gulitiness lifted over my shoulders. I will keep my word and buy her an AP this fall.

                          Thanks Again,
                          Mrdv28

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