My mom found tickets from our family vacation in 1987 (!) that they purchased with no expiration options. These are pre-barcode and are called Worldpassport Magic Kingdom Club. They are for Disney World/Epcot. Will I have any trouble using them?
- Asked by Jennifer from MN on 1/30/2008
Wow, what a treasure you have. Are you sure you want to use these collectors items? You could probably make a mint with them on eBay.Seriously, back in 1987 Disney did issue only tickets with a no expire date feature. If you want to use them, I... read more
We last visited WDW August 2000 and we have 2 x tickets that have one day left on,when we bought these tikets we were told they never run out, we are due to visit WDW in August 2008 for our 30th Wedding anniversary and was wandering if they are still valid
- Asked by CAROL from PRESCOT on 1/29/2008
Happy anniversary!In the past, Disney did issue tickets with no expiration date. If you have these tickets, and there are still days left on them, then they will still be good. The only way to verify if you do have valid tickets is to bring... read more
If I purchase 2- 1 day tickets to Disneyworld now-will it still be good in September when I want to bring my husband? He is 44 and has never been to Disneyworld, he does not know what he has been missing!
- Asked by CASSIE from TX on 2/8/2008
Your poor husband. (And what a great wife you are for introducing him to the magic!)Disney World tickets are good until they are used, and then the expiration clock starts ticking (unless you've purchased no-expire tickets). If you buy tickets now,... read more
When purchasing advanced tickets, must you purchase the 'no expire' add on at that time or can you add it later (at the end of your trip) if you don't use all of the days on your ticket?
- Asked by terra from AL on 2/7/2008
You are allowed to add on the "no expiration" option up to 14 days from the first day the ticket was used, as long as it hasn't expired. In most cases it doesn't really make sense to pay for this option until you absolutely know that you are... read more
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