How can I find out if there are still "no expiration" days left on my Key to the World pass from 2006. I think there are some days left - but I'm not sure how many. Is there a way to check?
- Asked by Diane from GA on 1/3/2013
Currently, the only way to check days left on tickets is in person at your Disney resort's concierge or guests relations at the theme park. They will be able to scan the card and then tell you how many, if any, days that you have... read more
We have no expiration tickets connected to our My Disney Experience account. The tickets now show an expiration date of 2030. Is that a new policy?
- Asked by Ronald from VA on 11/26/2013
Howdy Ronald and thanks so much for your question!!!
I spoke with a Cast Member and was told that 2030 is the current default date. At this time, the system does not recognize dates past 2030. This is all part of the test phase.... read more
I will be coming for a trip in November! If I purchase a 5 day base tickets but only end up using 4 days, can I return the unused day?
- Asked by Jaclyn from NY on 9/30/2013
Hello Jaclyn! Unfortunately, unused days on Walt Disney World theme park tickets are non-refundable. I would suggest if you are unsure about the 5th day, that you actually purchase 4 day base tickets, and if you decide you want to add a... read more
We have 5 days of no exp tickets but will have a 2 yr old coming with us, do we need a ticket/wristband for her? Do we need to change our tickets in for wristbands? Wristbands are new to me and I am not sure how they work or how to get them. thanks!
- Asked by barb from WI on 2/24/2014
Hi Barb! Thank you for stopping by the Disney Parks Moms Panel! Two-year-olds are really fun to take to Walt Disney World. I still have fond memories of the joy on my two-year-old's face as she saw each Disney character and soared through the sky... read more
Will we be able to use our Magic Bands (including the Fastpass+) for all four days I am visiting the parks even though we are are only staying at a Disney hotel for two nights? We were informed we were chosen but that part is unclear.
- Asked by Melissa from MA on 1/2/2014
This is a great question and depends on your trip and tickets.
If you tickets are linked to a Walt Disney World Resort reservation, you will need to check-in to your resort to activate your tickets. Once they are activated, the... read more