Mom And Daughter; Magic Kingdom; Cinderella's Castle; AA; Mickey Balloon
  • On Feb 20, 2013
    Erin Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Hi. We are planning to start our trip 3 days before my daughter turns 3 and be there for 2 days after. We will likely go to the parks both before, on, and after her birthday. Is there any way to only pay for the tickets for her when she is 3?

    Hi, Erin!

    I have a better option for you:  How about do not pay for ANY tickets for your princess during your vacation!  With the magic of Disney, if you are 2 upon arrival, you remain 2 for the rest of your vacation, so that means no need for park tickets, and your little darling can share off your plate at buffets and all-you-care-to-eat restaurants.  If you choose to get her a kids meal at any location, you would have to pay for that.  Ah, if only they could stay two years old....AND FREE!

    So, take those extra Disney Dollars you would have spent on park tickets and go buy yourself something fun.  May I suggest a Disney Dooney & Bourke purse for Mommy??!!  I think you deserve a little something special ;)

    Wishing your princess the most magical of birthdays.  Make sure to pick-up a free Happy Birthday button at any Guest Services location. 
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Meet the Panelist: Cathy, Ohio

Hi, I'm Cathy from Cleveland. I love to travel, especially in the winter to escape the snow and cold of Ohio! My husband and 2 kids share my enthusiasm for travel, so we enjoy our adventures together whether it is hiking at a National Park, sailing on a Disney Cruise Ship, or going to Walt Disney World which is our home away from home. My husband proposed to me in front of Cinderella Castle and we have not stopped visiting ever since! It's a blast helping guests here at planDisney! 
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