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Fab5

Question on Guests

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This will be our first time going to Disney and I just wanted some clarification on the guests that we would like to bring.  Our party will include:

4 adults - me, my husband, and my in-laws

5 children - ages 7, 5, 4, 2, and 9 months

 

I saw on the information page that you can have one more adult than child (paid ticket), but it also says that we have to have as many adults as paying children.  In our situation we will have 4 adults and 3 paying children.  So are we guaranteed to get all tickets at the $260 rate or will 1 of the adult tickets go on a waiting list to see if overall there are more adults than paying children?

 

Thank you for any help on this matter.

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Welcome, Fab5!

 

We can't have more non-students than students in the whole group, but the larger families tend to help even out the smaller families. We have a surplus of extra non-student tickets right now, so you won't have a problem getting the non-student tickets you need if you register soon. The tickets are $270 (not $260).

 

I'm glad you'll be able to join us!

 

Warmly,
Dianna

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You're welcome. :)  Let me know if you have any other questions.

 

Warmly,
Dianna

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I am getting ready to register soon and was wondering if there is still a surplus of extra non-student tickets.  My mom would like to come now, so we will have 5 adults and 3 paying children.  Thank you, Dianna!

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Yes, we still have plenty, so bring your mom, too! :)

 

Warmly,
Dianna

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