Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest
  • On Sep 26, 2008
    Claire from ME Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Is it true that you can get free entry on your birthday next year ???

    Yep!  Free entry to either Walt Disney World or Disneyland. Cool, huh? 

    If you want more details, click HERE.

    Here are the key rules, from that site...

    To get this wonderful birthday gift for yourself, your children or others in your household, follow these simple steps:

    • Register your birthday—and other household members' birthdays too, if you want.
    • Print the confirmation message you receive after registering your birthday.
    • You will also receive an email reminder two weeks prior to your birthday, which you can also use to redeem your free admission on your birthday.
    • Bring proper ID and your confirmation message to the gate at one of the Theme Parks at the Walt Disney World® Resort or Disneyland® Resort on your birthday in 2009.
    • If you are a Passholder or already have a Multi-Day ticket you will use on your birthday, go ahead and register and bring the free admission on Your Birthday confirmation and proper ID to the designated Will Call windows so you can choose from one of our other exciting birthday gifts instead.

    Click HERE to read some FAQs about this promotion.  Here's one example...

    Q: What kind of identification do I need to show at the gate?

    A: If you're age 18 or older, proper ID would be a Driver's License, State-issued or Government-issued photo ID, or a Government-issued Passport. If you are under age 18 and don't have any of the above mentioned ID, an original Birth Certificate or a notarized copy of a Birth Certificate is required.

    Hope that helps.

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