We're on a deal in which we have 6 days of tickets (not hopper). With a 2 year old, we only want to use 2 of the 6 days worth of tickets. Can I add the no expiration when I get down to WDW?
- Asked by Erin from IN on 1/28/2009
Great question, Erin! Any additions to your Magic Your Way ticket, including adding park days, park hopper, water parks and more and no expiry must be done withing 14 days of the first use of the ticket.
It is important to note that the no... read more
Here is a complicated one.My family is coming 3/30/09 for 8 days.We have 7 day park hoppers. Can we upgrade to 10 days w/o expiration to use in the fall and not affect our dining plan? Can we add the DP later to the fall vacation if we book room now?
- Asked by Kimberly from KY on 1/8/2009
Not complicated at all Karen. How exciting that you have two trips to plan! You can certainly upgrade your park tickets to ten days, no expiry date. Just remember that ticket upgrades must be made with 14 days of first use of tickets. This will not... read more
Hello! I was wondering if you can add days and no-expiration to the buy 4 get 3 tickets deal? I know you must stay at a resort and already have our week at the BC booked :). I just don't remember all the ticket options when I booked. Thanks!
- Asked by Jessica from NY on 1/12/2009
How excited you must be for your vacation at the Beach Club Jessica! Yes, you absolutely can add park days and/ or options to your reservation. Simply call (407) 939-1289 and provide them your reservation number. They'll be able to go over what you... read more
Disney bound in 68 days! If we already purchased tickets with no expiration date, is it too late to change the tickets to remove the no expiration date option?
- Asked by Tom on 1/9/2009
Hi, Tom! Changing your ticket options is going to depend on a lot of things: where you bought them, if it was with a package, AAA agency, ticket broker, etc. and what their policies are.
I don't know what you have, and adding the no expiration... read more
We purchased multi-day passes in 2003 and were told they did not expire. Our children are now in different age categories than when we purchased the tickets. Do we need to pay to upgrade them?
- Asked by Susan from RI on 1/6/2009
Yes you can still use them Susan, and there is no charge to update them. The children's passes can easily be exchanged for adult ones. Simply bring your children and the tickets to any park ticket counter or Guest Services and they will do it... read more