We visited WDW in 2011 and have 4 days left on non-expiration tickets. Afterward, my husband was diagnosed and passed away from cancer. I would like to transfer his ticket to my son so we can visit WDW together in my husband's memory. Is that possible?
- Asked by Vicki from AR on 9/26/2013
Hello, Vicki! Welcome to the Moms Panel!
First, I am so sorry to hear about your husband. May the memories you have of him warm your heart daily and bring a smile with each thought.
Unfortunately, Walt Disney World tickets... read more
I have 7days left on a no-expiration ticket.. I have no upcoming trip planned, can I still link that ticket up to My Disney Experience? Will I be able to confirm on there how many days I have left? Or should I not link it until I have a trip planned?
- Asked by Lori on 9/16/2013
The My Disney Experience section of the Walt Disney Website is a wonderful tool when planning your Walt Disney World vacation! Here, you can keep your room reservation, dining reservations, park plans and park tickets in one... read more
my husband and i are planing our kids first time to wdw next summer are we allowed to leave the park during the day and go rest and come back when it gets cooler in the evening without paying again]
- Asked by Lisa on 9/17/2013
Your first vacation to Walt Disney World Resort, how wonderful! I am so happy to hear that you are starting to plan for next summer - for me planning our vacations is ALMOST as fun as visiting Walt Disney World Resort! With... read more
If we want to have a lazy day during our next trip and not enter a park, can we use that park ticket the day after we check out of our resort? Even if our key to the world was used for our resort and dining which expires the day we check out?
- Asked by Brandi on 8/11/2013
Yes, your Magic Your Way Tickets are good for 14 days from the first day that you use them to enter a Park in Walt Disney World so you will be able to use them after you check out of your Walt Disney World... read more
We have 14 day ultimate tickets for the UK market. We arrive Sat 23 Nov pm & leave Sat 7 Dec pm. If we use them in a park on arrival day, does this mean that we won't be able to go to a park on the last day, as Sat to Sat would make it 15 days in total
- Asked by ian from warwickshire on 8/11/2013
Hi Ian! Aren't you lucky to be spending two weeks at Walt Disney World! You are correct in your calculations - your tickets will provide 14 consecutive days of entry into the theme parks, so either on your arrival day or your departure... read more