Hi Doug, really need answer to this question. Can a 2 day base ticket purchased with a pakage be traded for a florida resident play 4 or seasonal pass? Sis lives in Fl, I know mine cannot be a Fl ticket as I live in Tn. Celebrating 60th Birthday.
- Asked by Sally from TN on 9/4/2010
Every situation is unique, and the only way to know for sure is to call Disney and ask. But the basic rule is this;
If you have tickets with some value on them (like the 2-day base ticket, assuming it is still valid), you can apply the... read more
Just 3 more weeks until vacation!!!!! Quick question. Can we buy our FL residents tickets at the window or do we have to buy them before we go? I just noticed it says no discounts will be given at window and I've always purchased online before. THANKS
- Asked by Regina from FL on 8/22/2010
Absolutely buy your tickets in advance, rather than at the window on the same day, to get the Florida Resident rate! Sometimes for those last minute trips, I'll even call in or go online the day before, and purchase my tickets... read more
I am a Florida resident. About two years ago my family and I purchased 4 day passes with water park and no expiration. I can't remember how many park days I have left if any. Can any Disney store in Florida verify before we leave on our trip this year? Thx
- Asked by Myrna from FL on 8/11/2010
Unfortunately, the only way to see how many days are left on a Disney Park ticket is to bring it to Walt Disney World and have it scanned at either a ticket window at one of the Theme Parks or you could go to any Guest Relations... read more
I do have tickets for Magic Kingdom but my hotel check in is at 3pm, can i get out from magic kingdom to check in at my hotel then return to the park without have to pay back?
- Asked by Roma from FL on 8/4/2010
Yes, you can leave the Magic Kingdom and return the same day on that same ticket. You won't have to pay again.
Thank you for thinking of the Disney World Moms Panel when you had a question, please let us know if we can help... read more
my boyfriend is a florida resident and want to pay for 3 adults ticket using his id , because myself and daugter isn't a florida resident.. can we do that?
- Asked by louis from FL on 7/7/2010
When purchasing FL resident tickets, a FL resident ID is required. In addition, I have often found upon entering parks or checking into the resort rooms, that each guest in our party that appears old enough to carry ID is asked to... read more