Florida Resident Summer Fun Ticket question

bjpack

Earning My Ears
Joined
Dec 9, 2019
Hi all,

First, we attempted to buy the Summer Fun tickets and verify residency online but it did not work. I entered my wife's Florida license number and it simply told me that we need to verify in person. We are going to head to Disney Springs to purchase the tickets in person, armed with our Florida proofs of residency.

That said, once we have the tickets (we will be purchasing 5 4-day tickets), and have proved residency, what is the process at the gate on the day of attendance? There is a slight possibility that one of us may not be able to go one of the days and we are wondering if there would be an issue if one of our kids brings a friend to use one of our tickets.

TIA!
 

Robo

1971 Castle in the Hub: Your lights are on!
Joined
Nov 18, 2001
Hi all,

First, we attempted to buy the Summer Fun tickets and verify residency online but it did not work. I entered my wife's Florida license number and it simply told me that we need to verify in person. We are going to head to Disney Springs to purchase the tickets in person, armed with our Florida proofs of residency.

That said, once we have the tickets (we will be purchasing 5 4-day tickets), and have proved residency, what is the process at the gate on the day of attendance? There is a slight possibility that one of us may not be able to go one of the days and we are wondering if there would be an issue if one of our kids brings a friend to use one of our tickets.

TIA!
If the friend is under 18 years of age, there should be no problem.
 

bjpack

Earning My Ears
Joined
Dec 9, 2019
If the friend is under 18 years of age, there should be no problem.
Our kids are all over 18 so what if the kid is over 18? Would they then ask for something other than the ticket that was provided? Thanks again.
 

amcc

DIS Veteran
Joined
Jun 4, 2007
We verified residency online and were never asked for anything else at the gates. Neither were the other 3 FL resident families we were with.
 
  • cigarboo

    Mouseketeer
    DVC Gold
    Joined
    Feb 4, 2006
    On a previous Florida Resident ticket offer, we had to show our ID at the gate on our 1st visit at Animal Kingdom. We just scanned our cards on the remaining visits.
     

    MsThumper

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Aug 16, 2013
    I’ve purchased Florida resident tickets 3 times since our passes expired. I buy tickets for me and DH, online. Only the first time, tickets for October 2020, did it allow me to verify my residency online. However, that didn’t do much good, because I wasn’t able to do it for DH. We just make it part of our routine for first night on property to visit the ticket booth outside EPCOT and show them our ID’s and get a ticket in card form, so we know we are set for the remainder of the trip. The only thing I find consistent with Disney is that there is no consistency.
     


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