Florida resident discount for non-resident grandkids?

ngm

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Jan 19, 2016
If my parents (Florida residents) want to take my kids (non-Florida residents) to Disney, can they buy the Florida resident tickets for the grandkids too, or just themselves?
 

ngm

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Jan 19, 2016
Also, they've only recently moved so still have their Ontario driver's licenses, etc. But they do have property tax bills, utility bills, etc., that is sufficient, right?
 

lullwater

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Oct 17, 2016
Should be fine if the kids are young and don't appear to be college age students. In my experience Disney has asked for ID, but not proof of residency for young teenagers. My niece used a foreign passport as ID with no questions asked when she stayed with us for a year; she was 14.
 
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ngm

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Jan 19, 2016
Thanks! They're all under 10 (and look it)! That's great, that will save them a lot of money.
 

JackieO

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Oct 25, 2012
Utility bill or tax bill will be fine for the resident ID. I'm not sure it's required anymore, but to be on the safe side I'd take it in the post marked envelope too.

They never give me any trouble. I've never had to show anything for kids younger than 18.
 

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