Hi, We have days left on our KTTW from our DVC stay at SSR last April, returning this April :) how does that work, do we just use it even though the dates of our stay on the card obviously have ended? will news days be added to our new KTTW this April?
- Asked by Daniel from MB on 2/21/2009
I'm assuming that you purchased no-expire park tickets and had those tickets added to your Key to the World Card during a previous visit to WDW. This situation has happened to me in the past. I've had valid park admissions on a Key card from a... read more
If I buy my tickets now, can I still collect them at a counter on the gates in March?
Thanks for the answer.
- Asked by Gert on 2/14/2009
Yes! You can purchase your tickets now, and pick them up once you arrive. When purchasing your tickets from www.disneyworld.com simply select "Will Call" as your shipping method.
Upon arrival, pick up your Will... read more
I am confused. We are planning to buy 3 or 4 day passes. Do these days need to be consecutive days (Mon being day 1, Thursday day 4) or is this the "14 after day 1" that everybody is talking about?.
- Asked by Justin from PA on 2/17/2009
Hi, Justin, With so many ticket options, it can get quite confusing!
If you have a base ticket for 3 (or 4) days, you have 14 days after your first day of use before the tickets will expire. So if you are in the area for 2 weeks, you can... read more
Just on the chance it happens, what if you get a fast pass and it is for the same time as a dinner reservation? If dinner takes about an hour would that not use up all the fastpass time?
- Asked by James from OK on 2/17/2009
Most of the time you can avoid this situation by simply looking at the FastPass Return time that is posted above the FastPass kiosks. This will tell you in advance what return time will be printed on your FastPass. If the posted return time is close... read more
Do the same people that used the No Exp tickets have to use them again upon return to the park? I still have 4 days left on my No Exp/7Day/Park Hopper tickets and 2 members of my immediate family can't return so I have asked my sister and niece to come.
- Asked by Tracey from GA on 1/24/2009
Hey, Tracey! How great that you get to visit Walt Disney World with your sister and niece! It sounds like it will be a great trip!
I'm very sorry, but the tickets are not transferable, meaning the person who used the ticket originally is the... read more