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  • On Mar 30, 2023
    Maiko from FL Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I have an annual pass its up for renewal in July im going to renew the pass in July but I have a 2 year old who will be turning 3 about 2 months after I renew the pass Im having trouble on whether I should add him or not since he will be 2 when I renew

    Hi Maiko, and welcome to planDisney! 

    I renew my Walt Disney World Resort Annual Pass this summer, too, Maiko. I am so looking forward to another year of walking down Main Street, U.S.A, eating DOLE Whips, saying hello to my favorite characters, and taking endless rides on the Tomorrowland Transit Authority Peoplemover. And eek! How exciting is it that our little ones are now eligible to be full-fledged Annual Passholders, too?! Let's get into how you should go about making this magic happen for him.

    To start, the Disney Pixie Dust Annual Pass is the only pass available to purchase at the time. However, as an existing Passholder, you will be able to match his annual pass type to yours once he turns 3 years old. Woohoo! 

    Although you may not be asked for proof of your little Mouseketeer's age, you'll want to wait until he's officially 3 years old to purchase his annual pass. Because you are already an Annual Passholder, you may call (407) 560-PASS to purchase it. Or visit the Walt Disney World Resort Annual Pass webpage, and make the purchase online. To activate his pass, visit one of the theme parks' ticket windows or the Disney Ticket Center at Disney Springs.

    Because your little one turns 3 years old after you plan to renew, I do have an idea to keep your renewal dates closer together. Remember, you can renew your annual pass up to 60 days before and up to 30 days after the expiration dates. So, if you don't have any trips planned during the 30 days after your annual pass expires, you could renew your annual pass towards the end of the window. That way, next year, both of your renewal windows will (most likely) overlap.  

    AN EXTRA GEM: My family members' annual passes' expiration dates are all over the year, so I definitely understand your dilemma. Maiko, I also recommend adding the various renewal dates on a digital calendar and setting reminders as each date gets closer. 

    If you have any other Disney vacation planning questions, please revisit us here at planDisney. I'm all ears!

    Magic always, 
    LeAndra
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Meet the Panelist: LeAndra, Florida

Hey, Mouseketeer! I'm LeAndra, a wife, mom of two, and content creator from beautiful Central Florida. I've lived near The Most Magical Place on Earth for my entire life; so, I like to say that I'm a Guardian of this galaxy! My love of all-things-Disney has also taken me on multiple cross-country road trips to Disneyland Resort and on a few flights over to Disneyland Paris. I am oh-so-grateful to be a part of your world by helping you plan your magical vacations.  Learn More About LeAndra

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