Is a 10yo considered an adult on DDP?

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  1. hotdogmj71

    hotdogmj71 I can't sleep, I'm dreamin' way too loud! EYB

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    My son will be 10 on our next trip. I got the final statement with the guests listed & he is listed as "NAME, child, 10." Both of us are listed "NAME, adult." So is he considered an adult for the dining plan or not? We waited to travel after his birthday so he could order from the adult menu. He loves to try new dishes. Thanks for any advice/info.
     
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  3. aaarcher86

    aaarcher86 DIS Veteran

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    He is charged as an adult for tickets and dining and will receive adult DP credits. He is listed as a child because until 18 years old he's still legally a child.
     
  4. disneygrl704

    disneygrl704 Mouseketeer

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    Pretty sure 10 and up is considered a Disney adult.
     
  5. 6disneykids

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    We have this too, on the room reservaion DS14 and DS15 are listed as a child, however, they are "adults" when it comes to the DDP.
     
  6. clanmcculloch

    clanmcculloch DIS Veteran

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    The reason that he's listed as a child on the resort reservation is that there's a limit to 2 people over the age of 18 per room without incurring an extra charge. You've been charged for and will receive an adult park ticket and adult dining credits for him.
     
  7. hotdogmj71

    hotdogmj71 I can't sleep, I'm dreamin' way too loud! EYB

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    Thanks guys.
     

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