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  • On Dec 13, 2021
    Dwight from LA 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 recently moved to Florida, and I'm wanting to get the Pixie Annual Pass. Is it possible to show my name on the lease and the renters insurance to validate my residency? We just haven't had a bill yet.

    Hey there, Dwight! Welcome to planDisney - and welcome to the Sunshine State! 

    One of the best things about living in Florida is having the Walt Disney World Resort as a neighbor. And what a great neighbor it is! They invite you to all of their parties, they always have lots and lots of food, and they're happy to share the best deals with you! 

    The Disney Pixie Dust Pass is practically perfect for Floridians who have flexible schedules, because it allows you to visit the theme parks on days when the crowds are a bit lighter. Since it's just for Florida residents, you'll need to provide proof of your current address before you can activate and use your pass to enter the parks. Disney won't accept your lease as proof of residency, but there are some other options you can try. Here's the list of items Disney will accept according to the website:

     - Valid Florida driver’s license or state-issued ID card
     - Valid Florida-based military ID
     - Mortgage statement dated within the past two months
     - Current homeowner's insurance policy or bill
     - Current automobile registration, insurance policy or bill
     - Current utility bill
     - Mail from financial institutions, including checking, savings or investment account statements
     - Mail from federal, state, county or city government agencies

    Your renter's insurance policy *may* work, but I'd probably opt for something like a bank statement instead if you have an account with your current address. They'll accept printouts of electronic statements if you haven't gotten any in the mail yet, so that could also be an option. In a pinch, you can always purchase a multi-day Florida Resident Ticket and upgrade it to an Annual Pass at a later date as long as you still have at least one day remaining on the ticket. 

    Fingers crossed that you're able to get your Florida Resident Annual Pass and start enjoying that Passholder life very soon, Dwight! I wish you a truly magical holiday and a pixie-dusted year ahead!

    Keep Disney Dreaming,

    Kathy K.
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Meet the Panelist: Kathy, Florida

I've lived my whole life just an hour's drive from Walt Disney World, so I've been a regular visitor for as long as I can remember. Even after all these years and so many visits, I love that there's still so much to discover! Now that I'm a mom myself, seeing my favorite place through my son's eyes has given me a whole new perspective that I enjoy sharing with other parents of young children. Learn More About Kathy

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