Hi Erin, We are going to Disney 6/19-6/26. I have 2 tickets from year 2000. One was mine and one was my neices and she lived with us then. Will I be able to use those two tickets for myself or do they even have names on them? So excited...Thanks Carol
- Asked by CAROL from TX on 5/21/2009
WDW park tickets purchased prior to 2005 were sold with no expiration date. If you have days remaining on a 2000 ticket, then they should still be valid. Whether your tickets have names associated with them depends on the type of ticket you have.... read more
hi i have 3 tickets that were bought in 2004 they are 4 day park hopper tickets we only used 2 days and back in 2004 i THINK they told use that they would never expire i just want to be sure we are planning a trip in august of this year thanks
- Asked by laura from FL on 5/21/2009
WDW theme park tickets purchased prior to 2005 were sold with no expiration date. If you have days left on your 2004 tickets, then they should still be valid for park admission.
When cleaning the other day I came across 2 passes from 2002 and I wanted to see if there were any days left before I purchase tickets for our visit in June. Can I do that?
- Asked by maryann on 5/12/2009
Walt Disney World park tickets purchased prior to 2005 had no expiration date, so it is certainly possible that your tickets still have value. Unfortunately, the only way to determine what remains on the tickets is to bring them to WDW. There is no... read more
We are coming th Disney World in July. We have 7 day tickets and are staying on the resort. Do the tickets start the day you check in or the first time you use them. We dont know what tome on check in day we will be there and did not want to waste a ticket
- Asked by Michele from AR on 5/9/2009
Your Disney theme park tickets start the first time you use them to enter a park. You then have 14 days after first use to make use of the tickets.
Have a great time at WDW!
I had purchsed tickets that do not expire but I do not know how many days I have left on the cards. How can I find this out?
- Asked by Karen from NY on 4/27/2009
The only way to determine how many days are left on old tickets is to bring them to Walt Disney World. The tickets must be run through a Disney ticket reader which will say how many days are left. You can do this at any theme park guest relations... read more