Do kids need their KTTW card other than getting on/off at ports?

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  1. Fab5Family

    Fab5Family Mouseketeer

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    I was planning to get lanyards for all of us, then I started wondering if this is really necessary for the kids (?) Our boys are all under age 10, and we didn't plan for them to have charging privileges anyway.

    If they just need them for getting on/off at the ports then we will all be together and I will probably just hold them all.

    Is there some other reason they would need them that I am not thinking of? The only time we would not be together is when they are checked into the kids' clubs, and I am guessing you just need the cards when they check in/out but not during the time they are actually in the club (?)
     
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  3. Tigger98

    Tigger98 Mouseketeer

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    I have always carried my DS KTTW card in my lanyard with my card. This way it never got lost.
     
  4. lbgraves

    lbgraves Little Cinderella's Mommy

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    DS took his card with him to the club so that he could check himself in and out.
     
  5. disneyfaninaz

    disneyfaninaz It takes faith, trust & pixie dust!

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    My DD wore her lanyard all the time onboard with her KTTW card.
     
  6. Dreamsoftravel

    Dreamsoftravel DIS Veteran

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    My DD always wore hers so she can go back to the room when she needed.
     
  7. tracyz

    tracyz Mouseketeer

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    This was what I did too. DD6 was always with us unless she was in the kids club, and the only time she needed her KTTW was getting on and off the ship, when I was definitely right there with her so I had her card!
     

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