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  • I am planning a honeymoon for the first week in May! I already have a no-expire ticket to use, but my fiancee doesn't. Can I book a package online with a room for 2 but tickets for only 1? Also, can I add the dining plan to my existing ticket?
  • - Asked by Sean from Georgia on 1/5/2009
  • Hi Sean,

    What a wonderful place to spend your honeymoon.  Unfortunately, in order to book the Magic Your Way Package Plus Dining every guest in the room (Yourself and your soon to be wife...early congratulations by the way!) will need to have the same tickets added as well as both of you must also have the Dining Plan.  Your non-expiry ticket will not count in this case, but I do have a solution I think.  You can book the package where both of you only add 1 Magic Your Way Base ticket each and as long as you only have one, you can always upgrade it to more days once there if you wish but if you are doing it in order to get the Dining Plan, this will work so you at least have the dining part for your whole stay.  You can use your non-expiry ticket for the rest of the days and your fiancee can just add more days to her ticket after you have arrived and you end up with the package you wanted all along by just purchasing one admission ticket extra that still can be used.  If you have an extra day on your non-expiry ticket by the end of your trip, that one can always be saved for a later date as it will not expire!  How does that sound?  I hope I have helped and not confused you too much!?!?!?  Have a magical celebration!

    Best wishes,
    Brigitta
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