Turning 3 during trip; staying offsite

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  1. LadyShea

    LadyShea DIS Veteran

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    I thought I had a handle on this whole turning 3 thing, seemed pretty straightforward, but then I realized almost every discussion was for those who stayed onsite, and checked in while the child was 2.

    We are staying offsite, and plan to use our first day of a four day ticket while DS is 2, and he will turn 3 the second day. Does entering a park equate with checking in so that he is 2 for the whole trip, or do I need to buy him a pass since we won't have a package?
     
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  3. zurgswife

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    As long as your child is 2 on the first day of the ticket use you are fine to continue using the same ticket once they turn 3 on that trip.
     
  4. Disneyfanatic108

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    we stayed offsite while my son turned 3 also. We didn't have any problems after his birthday. I think only one time a CM asked how old he was and he said 3 and I said his birthday was X days ago and DS agreed and all she said after that was happy birthday.
     
  5. happymommy

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    If this is correct, then the 2 year old won't have a ticket anyway.

    I'm sure it's fine.
     
  6. LadyShea

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    Exactly why I am confused. We will have tickets, so I wondered if they count our first day as his.
     
  7. Darcy03231

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    Yes, they will count your first day as his.
     

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