Walt Disney World is selling Annual Passes for Florida Residents only on the installment plan as well as immediate payment. These specifically are the Weekday Select, Seasonal, Annual, Epcot After 4:00, and Premium Passes. Not included are Water Parks, Disney Quest, DVC Member Rates, The Premier Pass, and for any person without proof of Florida Residency. Use of a Credit Card or Debit Card without PIN is required. For various reasons it is much easier to do the purchase online rather than at a window. However, they can be purchased at any WDW Park ticket window (including TTC, water parks and DQ) or any Park (or DTD) Guest Relations Office. The required minimum down payment is the amount of a one-day, one-park, adult ticket, including tax. This applies even if the AP is for a child. The down payment may be made using cash, a gift card, hotel charge, or any other method currently allowed for ticket purchases. The balance will be paid in 12 equal installments (although the final payment may vary because of rounding). The first of the 12 monthly installments will be processed within one business day of the purchase, the remaining eleven on the same date each month, so payment is always in advance. Once any level of AP has been purchased on the Monthly Payment Plan, if you wish to upgrade to any higher level of AP other than the DL/WDW Premier Pass you continue the payments on the MPP and pay the difference between the AP you are upgrading from and the AP you are upgrading to. For upgrading to the Disney Premier Passport only you must pay off the contract in full prior to doing the upgrade. There are some special rules in place for purchase at WDW: 1. There are only three allowable forms of ID for the buyer. These are a Florida Driver's License, a Florida State-issued ID card, or a military ID card with proof that the service member is stationed at a military base on Florida. If multiple passes are being purchased, the other Passholders may have any other acceptable form of Florida Resident documentation. 2. If the Pass is purchased by upgrading any existing pass, the value of the pass upgraded from will be the minimum amount of the down payment. 3. The 14 day upgrade rule will be strictly enforced. Although a Resident 3 day or 4 day pass is valid for six months from date of first use, and may normally be upgraded at any time during the six months, for purposes of the Monthly Payment Plan the 14 day rules also applies to these passes. Qualifying Annual Passes may be renewed at WDW. For any AP renewal there is no down payment requirement. And as any other renewal of an AP, you may upgrade or downgrade at the renewal price. A Florida Resident may purchase multiple passes. However, each person for whom a pass is purchased must provide proof of Florida Residency at the time of purchase or pickup. If the purchase is done online, all the demographic information for each Passholder will be entered at the time of purchase and will only need to be verified at the time of pickup. If any Zip Code entered is not a valid Florida Zip Code the transaction will not process. If the location of the ISP is outside of Florida you may not even be able to get to the Monthly Payment Plan screen. The billing address for the credit or debit card used must be a Florida Address. Each person age 18 or older must provide proof of Florida Residency at the time the actual passes are issued. Any person under age 18 must be accompanied by a person with proof of Florida Residency at the time the actual passes are issued. As a legally binding contract will be signed, the only way a person may stop the payments is by actually closing the account that is being charged and not providing Disney with a new account number. If any payment is missed, all passes on the contract will immediately be blocked. There are provisions for unblocking the passes; there are separate procedures for the actual purchaser (contract signer) and the Passholders, if different. If a Pass is blocked due to non-payment, certain payments may be accepted at Guest Relations Offices to unblock the Pass. There is an outside company that actually administers the passes and processes the payments. That company is available Monday thru Fridays, 8:00am to 8:00pm only (except holidays) for resolving problems. Information on how to contact the company is in the copy of the contract, and the phone number will be available at ticket and Guest Relations Offices. Other than accepting a payment to unblock a blocked pass, the ticket windows and Guest Relations Offices are unable to answer any specific questions related to any existing contract.