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  • On Apr 18, 2012
    Carly from IL 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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    We are thinking about visiting WDW the week of our son's 3rd birthday. Since 2 year olds are free, but 3 year olds are not, how does purchasing a multi-day ticket package work? We would be there 3 days before his b-day and 3 days after.

    Hi, Carly!

    Through the magic of Disney, if your child is 2 upon arrival, he will be 2 for his entire stay...Yeah!  That means no paying for a park ticket!    Now that my kids are 12 and 9, I sure miss those days when they could enter the parks for free! 

    Tell your little guy HAPPY BIRTHDAY from all of us here at the Moms Panel.  Enjoy!

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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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