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  • On Apr 28, 2024
    John 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.

    Is the price for a under 10 child Pixie annual pass less than an adult Pixie annual pass?

    Welcome to planDisney, John. It's so nice to have you here.

    Well, it looks like you'll be at the Walt Disney World Resort pretty soon! And I love that you're considering purchasing an Annual Pass for your family. As a Florida Resident, you have the option to purchase 3 versions of the Annual Pass that out-of-state residents don't (for a total of 4 choices)! Because of this, you have the ability to purchase the pass that best fits your lifestyle and how often and when you'd like to visit the resort. So let's get your specific question answered so that you can make the best decision for your family!

    At this time, there is no price difference between a child's Annual Pass and an adult's Annual Pass. The only exception to this is that children under 3 visiting the theme parks do not need a theme park ticket or an Annual Pass. 

    While there may not be a price difference between Annual Passes for children and adults, there is a tremendous amount of value tied to this type of admission if you plan on visiting during eligible days. For example, even if you are going to only visit on weekdays during the summer when your kids are out of school with the Pixie Dust Pass, it won't take long for you to not only break even when compared to purchasing standard (or even discounted) theme park tickets, but you'll come out ahead very quickly. Not to mention that as a Florida Resident, you have the option to pay in monthly installments, whereas out-of-state Guests must pay the entire amount upfront! Just make sure that you are looking at the Admissions & Blockout Dates Calendar to ensure that the days you're planning on visiting match the days you're eligible to visit the theme parks. Also, keep in mind that Guests with Annual Passes are currently still required to make Theme Park Reservations. Plus, you'll need to activate your pass at a Guest Relations location outside of one of the theme parks or at the Disney Ticket Center at Disney Springs before scanning into a park for the first time. Be sure to bring the correct proof of residency when you do this. But don't worry, you can make your Theme Park Reservations once you've purchased your Annual Passes to secure your place in the parks. You just need to activate your pass before scanning in.

    John, I wish you and your family many magical adventures at the Most Magical Place on Earth as Annual Passholders. Be sure to reach out with any other questions.

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