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  • On Jan 10, 2023
    Anthony 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 am a Florida resident, I purchased & paid for ticket for my family online, we received our tickets already in mail. We are due to go this week.. my spouse lost his ID, how or what does he do to check in??

    Hi there, Anthony!

    Thanks for dropping by planDisney with your question. I'm sorry to hear your spouse's ID disappeared "Into the Unknown", but let's see if we can "Dig a Little Deeper" to find a backup plan!

    It looks like your magical Disney day is just a couple of days away - how exciting! As a Florida Resident, you're entitled to discounted Walt Disney World Resort theme park tickets and Annual Passes as well as other great special offers. Now, before you use your Florida Resident theme park tickets, you'll need to verify your residence. You may have already completed digital residency verification online at the time of purchase. If that's the case, you should be able to link your theme park tickets to your My Disney Experience account. Before you head to the theme park, however, please be sure to check Theme Park Reservation Availability for the theme park you're hoping to visit.

    If you did not complete residency verification at the time of purchase, you'll have to visit Guest Relations at one of the theme park entrances or the Transportation and Ticket Center, or at the Disney Ticket Center at Disney Springs. To verify residency and activate your theme park tickets, you'll be asked to show one of the following: a valid Florida-issued driver's license or state ID or a valid Florida-based military ID. If you do not have any of these forms of identification, you can instead present any of the following (either digitally or physically):

    - Proof of current mortgage (i.e., mortgage statement from within the past two months)
    - A utility bill (from within the past two months), policy, or vehicle registration
    - Mail from a financial institution (for example, a bank statement) or government agency from within the past two months

    In addition to one of the aforementioned proof of residency, you'll need to show corresponding picture identification (for example, a passport, driver's license, state ID, company-issued ID, or student ID). Additional members of the same household only need to show verification that they live at the same address.

    Anthony, I hope this information is helpful to you and I wish you and your spouse a perfect Disney day! If you have any additional follow-up questions, please feel free to return to planDisney - we're "Just Around the Riverbend" and eager to help.

    See ya real soon,

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Meet the Panelist: Lauren, Michigan

Hello friends! I'm Lauren M. from the Mitten State. I'm a mom, scientist, runDisney enthusiast, Disney Vacation Club Member, and self-proclaimed connoisseur of Disney snacks! For my family, it's a mix of both new and nostalgic that keeps us returning to the Walt Disney World Resort year after year. Throughout my life, I've been fortunate enough to experience many milestones and unforgettable moments at Disney Destinations and I can't wait to help you make magical vacation memories of your own! Learn More About Lauren

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