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Old 07-30-2013, 05:48 PM   #16
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I believe that once he's in the system with a phantom date, he's in the system for future visits. So when he's 9 but 10 in the system, he'd need an adult ticket and adult dining plan vs the kid one. That'd probably only be an issue if they go during the few months that they're fudging but you never know.
I too thought that Disney changed your kids ages as time went on. However, I remember when my DD was about 9 they stilllhad in in the system still as 4. I was surprised and had them change it. (THe CM told me they don't automatically change them.) The next year we were there when she turned 10 and I asked for her to be counted as an adult at the start of our trip. The CM said he had already done it. Since we were getting the free dining I was happy to go ahead with her age being advanced. Had we not been getting the free DDP I would have had her stay at 9 for the entire trip.
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Old 08-01-2013, 12:20 AM   #17
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Thank you everyone for your replies. I don't want to change his age. I will talk to a member services and see what they suggest.
Quite likely, Member Services will suggest NOT listing someone on your reservation who won't be in your room - aka the infamous "ghost guest".
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Old 08-20-2013, 11:45 AM   #18
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We had a similar situation when DS was 2. When we called they just recommended us say he was 3 for the dining plan. It was kind of a last minute trip so we ended up getting ADRs for mostly buffets (we had deluxe dining, upgraded from free dining) so after setting up my ADRs I called back and changed DS back to being 2. No one even batted an eyelash at all my age changing. I thought for sure when I called to say my 3 year old was actually 2 they would think I was crazy, but nope.
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Old 08-20-2013, 01:38 PM   #19
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Last week, we changed our grandson from age 7 to age 10 so he could have regular dining menu choices. I told CM what I was doing and why and they made the change. The cost was $21 total increasefor a 9 night stay.
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And just to clarify for the PP who suggested he would eat free at buffets because he is only 3. 3 year olds do not eat free. 2 year olds do. Once they turn 3 you have to pay for them.
said her son was 4 months shy of his THIRD birthday so he's only 2. I agree, let him eat off of your plate and pay OOP for any extras. We took GGS last year and except for breakfast, he was too excited or tired to eat much. We stuffed him at breakfast & let him graze the rest of the day.
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