DVC annual pass for members of your household... how does this work?

Discussion in 'DVC-Mousecellaneous' started by BrettS, Jul 13, 2009.

  1. BrettS

    BrettS DIS Veteran

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    I'm a member of the DVC through my father (he's the member and I'm named on the deed (or however that works)) and I have my own DVC ID card and all.

    I seem to recall that DVC members can get AP's at a discount for themselves and members of their household, but I'm wondering how that works. My wife's cousin is living with us now (and is using our address as our permenant address), so she is definitely a member of our household. Would she qualify for the discounted AP based on my DVC membership? If so what needs to be done to prove that she's a member of our household?

    Thanks much,
    Brett
     
  2. DebbieB

    DebbieB DIS Veteran

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    A cousin would not meet the definition of immediate family.

     
  3. BrettS

    BrettS DIS Veteran

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    Ah... I missed the immediate family member bit.

    Thanks for the reply:)
    Brett
     
  4. Chuck S

    Chuck S DVC Boards Co-Moderator Moderator

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    Her drivers license or other official photo ID with the same address will enable her to get a DVC AP, as long as you are present with your membership card and ID.

    Actually, if you are named on the deed and have your own DVC Membership card, you are a full member.

    I really think WDW (unofficially) allows a much broader definition of immediate family, for instance, not all states allow "registered domestic partners" and they certainly don't define spouse as being either a legal or religous relationship.
     

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