Registering kids for Kids Club?

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  1. motogp

    motogp Mouseketeer

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    So, you can register kids online and then get their wristbands in the terminal before boarding? Can you then simply drop them off for their first time in the Club that first evening or do you also need to stop by the Kids Club once you first board to check them in? Sorry, I am a bit confused.......thank you for your advice.
     
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  3. Pluto1130

    Pluto1130 Earning My Ears

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    You just drop them off. :cool1:
     
  4. Desi

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    It's IMPORTANT to remember the password you registered your kids with when you signed them up on the computer. It of course had been months between registeration & cruise time. The first time I went to check him out they asked my PASSWORD, I just stood there stunned. I FORGOT the password I used. Because she was not letting him out without it. She finally prompted me with questions, til I remembered it. So don't forget it:scratchin
     
  5. lanejudy

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    If you've registered online and gotten the wristband at the terminal, you CAN just drop them off that first night if you so choose. However, depending on their age and whether you want to see the Club/Lab for yourself, you probably want to stop by that first afternoon to visit during Open House. You will NOT be allowed into the club that evening when you drop them off. The next Open House opportunity for adults to see the Club/Lab will be at some point the following day (check your Navigator).

    Enjoy your cruise!
     
  6. jahber

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    It is important and easy to forget(!), but I've always been asked for the password when getting the Mickey bands in the terminal or at the club. This is before the kids ever go to the club. I use the same one every time, but I'm still always a little flummoxed when they ask that first time. It's not a phrase I use often in public, and I always worry for a split second that I used a different one this time :). I assumed this was standard procedure to prevent just such a situation you describe, but apparently not. It's a good warning to be prepared and maybe write the password down.
     
  7. RHSTigerMom

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    If you're traveling with another family and want to be able to check out ALL kids in your group, be sure to share passwords or make them the same when you register them.
     
  8. Carrie in AZ

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    Can someone please reply letting me know where to register them online? I do not see this at all! Thanks!
     
  9. PrincessShmoo

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    How old are the children you wish to register? If they are 11 and over, you don't pre-register them.
     
  10. Carrie in AZ

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    Ages 13 and 9

    Sailing on the Wonder.

    Thanks!
     
  11. VowRenewal13

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    LOL. I did that too. And remember to share the password with the other people you have given authorization to pick up your child.:thumbsup2
     
  12. VowRenewal13

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    Your 13 year old does not need to be registered and will not get a wrist band. The registration form is in the stuff you fill out when you check in online. You also have the option of your 9 year old being able to leave the club by themself. We always picked ours up. Usually we had to look for her in the club because she was never ready to leave.
     
  13. Carrie in AZ

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    See, this is where I am having trouble.....I just did all the online stuff (passport numbers, flight info, etc.) and did not see anything for registering my 9yo. Am I thinking I did online check-in but I really didn't? LOL!
     
  14. amomma23

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    When I go into my "planning center" there is an icon that says "Fun aboard the Disney Wonder". At the bottom of that tab, it says "register children". Does that work?
     
  15. Carrie in AZ

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    Yes! Finally see it! Scary, huh? :rotfl:

    Thank you all!!:thumbsup2
     
  16. castawaycayfans

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    Also, when we arrived at the terminal, it was so crazy that we couldn't get over to pick up DS's wristband. So we waited and picked it up at the kids club that afternoon with no wait. Our son always goes on the first night and loves it, he almost can't make it through dinner. :cool1:
     

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