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  • On Sep 14, 2022
    Courtney 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.

    Hi there, I would like to purchase an annual pass. I have been living in Florida (renting) for almost 2 years. I have car insurance, car registration, rental agreement, american express bills, would that suffice so I can purchase the annual pass?

    Hiya, Courtney!

    I'm so glad you've found your way to planDisney –– thanks for stopping by with your question.  To be honest, I'm always a tiny bit jealous of all you folks living in the Sunshine State.  The idea that you can hop in the car for a short drive and be at Walt Disney World Resort in a few hours (or less) sounds like a dream come true!  Not only that, but as a Florida resident, there are also great deals and special offers available to you so you can sprinkle a little extra pixie dust on each and every visit.  Let me share a few details about the Walt Disney World Annual Passes that are currently available to Florida residents, as well as what you'll need to verify your residency, so you're all set for your next trip to The Most Magical Place on Earth.

    While sales of most new Walt Disney World Annual Passes are currently paused, there's still an Annual Pass tier available exclusively for Florida Residents to purchase –– the Disney Pixie Dust Pass.  While this pass does have the most blockout dates of any Pass tier, it comes at a fantastic price and you'll even have the option to make monthly payments if that works best for you.  However, since this pass is only available to Florida residents, you'll need to verify your residency before your new Annual Pass can be used.  

    If you have a Florida Driver's License, state-issued ID card, or Florida-based military ID, you'll be able to verify your residency on the Walt Disney World website at the time you purchase your pass.  Don't worry if you don't have these types of ID handy, though –– you can still present proof of a Florida residential address in person at any Walt Disney World ticketing window or Guest Relations location.  For this, you can present things like a monthly mortgage statement, valid car registration or an insurance policy, a current utility bill, and mail from financial institutions or government agencies (a full list of acceptable documents is available on the Walt Disney World website). Just keep in mind that you'll need to bring a photo ID that matches the name on your documents and that any mail or bills you bring must be dated within the last two months. 

    Thanks for visiting planDisney, Courtney. I hope this helped to answer your question, but please don't hesitate to stop by again if you need more information about Annual Passes or any other part of planning a Walt Disney World Resort vacation –– we're always here to lend a helping hand!

    Have a Magical Day,
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