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  • Annual Passes

    We are wanting to buy annual passes for the kids. Austin is 9 and will be 10 in August. Do we just buy the kids pass or have to buy the 10+ pass?
    :ap: AP Holder. :ap:
    Stay at home mom of 4 - Austin, Tyler, Sierra and Ashlyn.



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    I would definitely but the kid's pass since technically he is 9 when you purchase the pass. Just because he will turn 10 after you buy it should have no bearing on it. Everyone has a birthday sometime within the year of an annual pass.
    Originally posted by larasound
    am I the burrito man?

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    • #3
      Re: Annual Passes

      ok i kinda figured that it would be like that...just haven't had to deal with it yet. lol
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      Stay at home mom of 4 - Austin, Tyler, Sierra and Ashlyn.


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        Re: Annual Passes

        Yeah, and I've never seen anyone get asked for a birth cetificate at the gate to prove your kid is the right age for the kid's pass.) Plus there are some 6 year olds I've seen that could pass for a 10 year old.
        Originally posted by larasound
        am I the burrito man?

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        • #5
          Re: Annual Passes

          My 9 yr. old could pass for about 6 or 7 yrs. old. He's very small for his size. He's just a little taller than Tyler (my 6 yr. old)!!
          :ap: AP Holder. :ap:
          Stay at home mom of 4 - Austin, Tyler, Sierra and Ashlyn.


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