If I take a 2-year-old to CRT

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  1. Eliza'sMom

    Eliza'sMom Mouseketeer

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    Will she get a princess wand? I know this may seem silly, but she'll be almost 3 and will notice if all the other little girls have wands and she doesn't. So has anyone taken a toddler they weren't paying for and still gotten the "surprise gift?"
     
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  3. Art 1

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    I don't know the answer but have a suggestion. You could buy a wand without her knowing and give the wand to her if there if they do not give her one
     
  4. jlk806

    jlk806 DanceDisneyGirl

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    Havent been to CRT in years but I would think so. And if they didnt and you ask for one for her I cant see them saying no! Its Disney World, to make the children happy, and how much could one of those wands cost them?
     
  5. brownii57

    brownii57 Earning My Ears

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    I was wondering the same thing. I am paying $125 for me, my husband, and my 6 yr old granddaughter. We are not paying for my 2 1/2 yr old granddaughter, but all little children should get the wands. If either my husband or I were a child instead of adult, they would be giving out another wand anyway.
     
  6. bigal'sdaughter

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    I feel like I read on someone else's post that they will give a wand to anyone who asks (even adults). We are going in January and knowing DD - she will ask for a sword for our 10 month old if she sees other little boys with them.
     
  7. ses1230

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    We ate breakfast at CRT on 11/13 and my 2 year old got a wand ( and a free breakfast ). We didn't have to ask, they just gave it to her.
     
  8. Tonyslady

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    We went to CRT in June and they brought our 2yo ds a sword and a huge plate of butterd noodles just for him.
     
  9. carrie6466

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    My 18 mo. old niece got a wand and a bowl of buttered noodles last time we were there.
     
  10. brownii57

    brownii57 Earning My Ears

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    Thanks for all of the input. I would rather pay for my little Sophie's breakfast than for her not to get a wand like her big sister! I was hoping that since we had three paying guests that she would get a wand.
     
  11. PrincessArlena'sDad

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    They gave our little one a sword also.
     
  12. Pooh&OurHunny

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    Yes they will give you a wand and a plate of food and juice or milk. We took our son when he was 2 yrs old and he got a sword, plate of food and chocolate milk with no charge. Have a great time.
     
  13. ShellyShellfish

    ShellyShellfish Wishing upon a star

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    I'm so glad this question was asked, I was wondering the same thing! We're eating there when we go down later this week and DD is 13 months old and I know she'll want something if she sees older brother get something. I'm glad that they will also give the wand or sword to the younger guests as well. :)
     
  14. brenalexacamp

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    everyone gets a wand/sword and a wishing star
     
  15. TLSnell1981

    TLSnell1981 Tiny bubbles... make me happy... make me feel fine

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    We dined, at CRT, in September. We ended up paying $30 for chicken nuggets...buttered noodles just didn't cut it. They did bring him a sword, BEFORE we decided to pay for his meal. So, you should be fine.
     
  16. LuvLuvLuv

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    we had breakfast on the 16th there. they gave us (without us asking) a sword for him (age 30) and a wand for me (age 27) and a wishing star. if they gave them to us, they certainly will give them to a little one!!
     
  17. Eliza'sMom

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    Thanks, everyone! I think she's going to love eating in Cinderella's castle.
     
  18. Faldred

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    Children under 3 do get the wand/sword and wishing star. They also count as members of the party when determining how many pictures you get (so if your 2-year-old pushes the party size to 5, you get two photos, not one).
     

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