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[1-Day Passport (for Guests with Disabilities)] If a Guest with a disability is 3 years old or under (no Park ticket required), can the accompanying Guest purchase a 1-Day Passport (for Guest with Disabilities)?

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Even if a Guest with a disability is 3 years old or under (no Park ticket required), up to one accompanying Guest may purchase a 1-Day Passport (for Guests with Disabilities) per Guest with an eligible certificate (note).
Please purchase a 1-Day Passport (for Guests with Disabilities) for the accompanying Guest on the Tokyo Disney Resort Online Reservations & Tickets website (on the web browser).
-Guests staying at a Disney Hotel or Tokyo Disney Resort Official Hotel may also purchase a 1-Day Passport (for Guests with Disabilities) at their hotel.
For more information on purchasing Park tickets for Disney Hotel Guests, please see here
For Official Hotel Guests, sales method of Park tickets will vary depending on the hotel. Please contact the hotel where you will be staying directly for details.
-Please note that Park ticket sales will be suspended when the maximum number of Park tickets sold is reached.

The accompanying Guest will be asked to enter the Park with the Guest holding the certificate at the same time.
Please present the eligible certificate (the original document, not a copy) when a Cast Member checks it at the Park admission gate.

If you are unable to purchase a Park ticket for the accompanying Guest in advance, we will not be able to provide a Park ticket for the accompanying Guest at the Park entrance, even if you come to the Park with a Guest with the certificate.

Note: A certificate for a physical, mental, cognitive or developmental disability
-If the certificate does not have a photo of the Guest, please bring the original official photo ID (a passport, etc.) along with the disability certificate.
-If you do not bring the eligible certificate (the original document, not a copy), you will not be admitted to the Park with a 1-Day Passport (for Guests with Disabilities).

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