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  • On Jan 12, 2012
    Jane Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    My husband and I are both handicapped, if either of us cannot take the grandkids to the park one day(we are coming for 3 nights) could they go with my out-of-town daughter with the Fl resident tickets I buy for them?

    Hi there, Jane!

    With their own individual tickets, your grandchildren are welcome to go to Walt Disney World with any trusted guardian you choose.

    Disney passes are non-transferable. From the official ticket FAQ:

    "Please note that all Magic Your Way Tickets are nontransferable and must be used by the same person on any and all days. The person who uses the ticket for the very first time must use the ticket for its entirety. Any tickets that are transferred are in violation of this restriction and are invalid for admission."

    Typically, those Guests 10 and up will be required to use the biometric finger scan to assign an ID to a ticket's magnetic strip; this way, the ticket cannot be transferred from one use to another.One person is linked to one ticket, and any discrepancies might result in the Guest needing to produce ID to confirm his/her identity.

    The Cast Members at the turnstiles do reserve the right to ask for ID when a Guest uses a Florida resident ticket.

    All of these security measures, in addition to  being used to maintain ticket integrity, help ensure that head counts, among other things, are accurate for Guests' safety

    Have a wonderful family vacation!

    See you later, celebrator,
    -Deborah B.
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Meet the Panelist: Deborah, Florida

As a Florida native, my life has always included Walt Disney World. Now I share that magic with my husband and my sons, ages seven and eight. In between trips to the World, I teach for the Department of English at the University of South Florida. Learn More About Deborah

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