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  • On May 2, 2024
    Jessi 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 just moved to florida and I want to get a Disney pass and go this weekend but I have no proof of residence, I don’t pay any bills and I haven’t gone to get my ID yet. Will they still let me and my family in with our annual passes?

    Hey there, hi there, ho there, Jessi!

    Welcome to planDisney. We're delighted you've dropped by with a fantastic Walt Disney World Resort vacation planning question! I'm excited to hear you've recently become a Florida resident and hope to visit The Most Magical Place on Earth with your family this weekend. I'd be happy to help you understand the requirements for verifying eligibility for Annual Passes that are only available to Florida residents. You've got a friend in me!

    Yeeeee-haw! There's nothing like being a Walt Disney World Resort Annual Passholder, Jessi. While several Annual Pass types are currently available for new sales at the time of writing, some are only available to Florida residents with a valid form of identification. At this time, in order for a Guest to take advantage of a Florida resident offer on Annual Passes or theme park tickets, they must provide one of the following:
    • valid Florida driver's license depicting Florida address
    • valid Florida state-issued ID card depicting Florida address
    • valid Florida-based military ID
    Alternatively, a Florida resident may present one of the following if they do not possess any of the above-mentioned forms of identification:
    • proof of current mortgage from within past two months
    • bills (e.g., homeowner's policy, automobile registration or policy, utility bill) from within past two months
    • mail from financial institution or governmental agency from within past two months
    Jessi, if you don't have access to any of these forms of identification, you may not be eligible to purchase a Florida resident Annual Pass quite yet. If you'll be on property soon, I encourage you to head to the Disney Ticket Center at Disney Springs or a Guest Relations location to chat with a friendly Cast Member about your eligibility and to determine the best Annual Pass type for you! Keep in mind that the Disney Incredi-Pass is currently available to all Guests at this time. This is the most flexible Annual Pass with the least restrictions and blockout dates!

    I hope you've found this information helpful, Jessi, and I wish your family a rootin' tootin' time at The Most Magical Place on Earth this weekend! If you have any additional planning questions, you're always welcome to revisit us here at planDisney. We're here to help you with any and all Walt Disney World Resort questions you have - to infinity and beyond!

    So long partner,

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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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