Family Season Pass Qualifications
Should you purchase a Family Season Pass? Calculate the rate of each individual member as if they are not on a “family pass”. EXAMPLE follows with pricing based on the President’s Week sale: 2 current adult pass holders at $299, 1 junior at $199, 1 child at $69 = $866. At this rate, you would not want to purchase a Family Season Pass. If your calculation exceeds the “Family Pass Rate” of $999, then the Family Season Pass should be purchased.
Remember, you must also meet the below definition of a family AND you will be required to show proof of dependency annually, due to guests adding individuals to their family pass whom are NOT family members. This proof is required even if you’ve had a family pass before. Please be prepared to show this proof when picking up a season pass or email us the proof before any of the family members pick up their pass. We reserve the right to not issue and/or charge the correct amount before any of the passes are issued.
Proof of family unit/dependency could include: 1) most recent tax return documentation, 2) birth certificates for minors (18 & under), 3) health insurance where dependent is listed as covered, 4) court approved adoption papers (with signature or seal), 5) court approved foster children living at residence, 6) marriage certificate for blended families
DEFINITION OF A FAMILY
- Individuals living in one household (legally married with dependent children or a single parent with dependent children) can qualify.
- Only two members can be over the age of 23.
- Children can be added up to the age of 23 IF they have not turned 24 before Dec 1.
- December 1, 2017 is the birthday cut-off date for the 2017-18 season. How old is the individual on Dec 1, 2017?
- If married and filing taxes individually, then the address on tax information must match and dependents must be listed on either form.
- If family members have different last names, then proof of a birth certificate for dependents required.
- Siblings (or other relatives) 23 years of age and older who live together do not qualify. For example, two brothers living together with their children.
- Grandparents, in-laws, nannies, groundskeepers, housekeepers, roommates, etc., do not qualify.