I have a child's park hopper ticket from 1996 with 2 days left, when there was no expiration date. I am taking my 4 year old grandson in April. Will I be able to use the ticket for him, or am I stuck with a 2 day ticket that can't be used?
- Asked by Maryann from IL on 2/4/2008
Hi Maryann,I did have an older ticket which was purchased many years ago and it was before they had the "no expiration" offer to purchase. When I arrived at Walt Disney World and asked if it was still good to use they responded by telling me:... read more
When does it make sense to buy a no expiration ticket?
- Asked by Kelly from MA on 1/11/2008
Frankly Kelly, never.I'm old school and I remember the day when you purchased a 6 day pass, it you only used 5 days, you could use that last day anytime you wanted. The company now in effect charges you for that "service." I'm all about the bottom... read more
We will be visiting with our 2 & 6-yr-old children in April. Can we purchase a 10 day child's ticket with no expiration and use 5 days for my 6-year-old in 2008 and then the remaining 5 days later w/our younger child?
- Asked by April from MN on 2/25/2008
Your 2 year old does not need a ticket!All children under 3 years of age are admitted to Walt Disney World free of charge Rest assured that you will not have to show any type of card at the entrance gate for your youngest child. The Cast Members... read more
A coworker bought 3-day parkhopper tickets from our employer in 2006 but never used them. He is willing to sell them to me (for less that I can get them elsewhere). Do never used parkhopper tickets expire? Is there anyway for me to check their validity?
- Asked by Jeff from KY on 1/13/2008
Disney tickets (other than annual passes) are good until they are first used. Then they expire 14 days after that first use. In theory, those tickets should still be good. Unfortunately, the only place to check the validity of tickets is on Disney... read more
We are planning at trip to WDW this August. I would like to purchase our tickets in advance. We are planning on spending 6 days in Orlando and 4-5 days at WDW. Should we purchase the no expiration option for our tickets?
- Asked by PRISCILLA from CA on 3/6/2008
Hi Priscilla! I think that you should buy only the tickets you will need for your trip. In general, the two days on either end of your trip are eaten up by coming from or going to the airport. Unless you have an extremely early arrival flight and a... read more