Am I correct in thinking that it is possible to purchase tickets now and put them away for a trip that may be several years away without them expiring? It is my understanding that the expiration process doesn't start until you have used a day on the ticket
- Asked by Janet from ME on 3/2/2014
Hi Janet, Thanks for stopping by the Disney Parks Moms Panel. You are absolutely correct! Tickets for Walt Disney World Parks do not begin their fourteen day expiration window until they are first used. I think buying your tickets in advance is a... read more
Hi! We are staying off-site at the beginning of August, my question is it too early to buy our tickets for the park? I don't want them to expire before then. Thank you!!!
- Asked by FLORINE from TX on 2/10/2014
Hi Florine, You can buy your tickets now if you would like. In fact, I recommend that you do this just in case the prices increase again before August. The tickets are valid until 14 days after you first activate them. Let's say for example,... read more
I bought non-expiring child tickets but my child turned 10 before using them up...can she still use them or can they be passed to my younger son??
- Asked by Andrea from ON on 12/15/2013
This is such a great question! I am please to tell you that your family should still be able to use your child ticket the next time you visit Walt Disney World Resort. If your Magic Your Way Tickets have not yet been used... read more
Can I purchase a ticket without a date attached? Can it just fall within a time frame without being an exact date?
Also, will they be mailed to me?
- Asked by Stephanie on 5/16/2013
Hi, Stephanie! If you are talking about just a regular theme park ticket, they don't come with a date attached. The tickets can be purchased online and mailed to your home. They will expire 14 days from the first time you use them,... read more
i have a visit left on my non expire disney ticket from 1990. can i still use it?
- Asked by Karen on 2/18/2013
Thank you for sending in your question to the Disney Parks Moms Panel.
In general, the answer is "yes". A No Expiration ticket with days on it from any time period is still good; however, you might be limited to the theme parks... read more