We are coming for our 1st visit this week for 5nights. If we have 6 day tickets, is it possible to use 2 tickets on the same day to visit 2 different parks? We did not get park hoppers, but thought this might be an option. Thanks. Michelle D.
- Asked by Michelle on 2/15/2009
Yours is a very popular question--and one I've had myself! As a budget mom, I like how you think!
I love the fact that once you get 3- and 4-day park tickets the cost to add additional days drops dramatically! ... read more
We just got home from a great Disney Vac. But on the last day my daughter got sick and couldn't go to the park. My husband stayed home with her. Can I get a refund on their park tickets?
- Asked by Rachel from VA on 2/16/2009
Hi, Rachel, Sorry to hear your daughter got sick during your vacation. I hope she got to enjoy at least a few days of magic before she got ill.
If you had the no-expiration option on your park tickets, your unused days will still be good for... read more
Hi Moms! This may seem like a trivial question but I can't help but ask! We are staying in a WDW resort this year and I was wondering if the Key to the World cards were decorated like the regular park tickets with disney characters? Love those! Thanks!
- Asked by Emily on 2/24/2009
I love this question, and it's not trivial at all.
Unfortunately the Key to World cards do not have Disney characters on them. They are just boring cards in either light blue or gold, with no decoration other than a basic Disney logo. The front... read more
I know that the rider swap program was designed with kids in mind, but I may be visiting with my parents soon, and my dad, a disabled senior, will have a low tolerance for many rides. May my mother and I use the rider swap program?
- Asked by John from TX on 2/15/2009
The rider swap program is designed for use by families who have a young child who is unable to be left alone. As your father is old enough to be left unaccompanied I'm afraid you and your Mother will not be able to use the scheme.
You... read more
My cousin will be purchasing our Military Salute tickets for our upcoming trip, however, he will not be arriving until 3 days after we do, are we unable to use these tickets before he arrives or must he be present to activate the tickets?
- Asked by Angelique from MD on 2/12/2009
Hi Angelique! Yes, your cousin will have to be present to activate these special Military Salute tickets. He will need to present the proper identification at the entrance of the park. For more information about the tickets please click HERE. ... read more