• On Oct 11, 2021
    Donna 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 am a FL resident and have annual passholder. What do I need to show as proof. I don't have FL.drivers license but car is registered and insured ins id card does not show address

    Hi Donna!

    Living close to Mickey does have benefits. When my family lived in Florida, we practically wore out our specially priced Annual Passes. Hopping over to Walt Disney World on weekends for a quick cruise with yo-ho-ho singing pirates or to enjoy a Dole Whip was a delight. 

    For proof of Florida residency, you may show a Florida driver's license, a Florida state id, or a Florida military id. If you do not have any of these id cards, other types of bills and policies no more than two months old are acceptable if they show a Florida address and you present a valid picture id. Homeowner's insurance, auto insurance, a utility bill, or a monthly mortgage statement will work, but they must show evidence of a Florida address. Mail no more than two months old from a government agency or a financial institution is also allowed. If you have the insurance policy, registration, or current insurance bill for your car it must include your Florida address and be presented with a valid photo id to provide Florida residency documentation.

    You may contact the Annual Passholder program directly by calling (407) 939-7277 or by email if you have additional questions.

    Wishing you many visits to see Mickey!
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