Policies & Restrictions
- Family Pass includes a maximum of 2 adults, and IRS dependents under age 23.
- Proof of marriage may be required if you have a blended family.
- Only two members can be over the age of 23.
- Children can be added up to the age of 23 as long as they are considered to be dependent by the IRS.
- Children between 18 and 23 years must provide proof of dependency annually by most recent tax return documentation.
- If married and filing taxes individually, then the address on tax information must match and dependents listed on either form.
- If family members have different last names, then proof of a birth certificate for dependents may be 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.
- Foster children can be added with legal documentation. Hand written letters will not be accepted
- Adopted children can be added with legal documentation. Hand written letters will not be accepted
- Grandparents, in-laws, nannies, groundskeepers, housekeepers, roommates, etc., do not qualify.