Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- We have been considering a WPFAM 10 day ticket with no experation for our next bi annual trip.If we use all of our park days can we still use the fun passes on another trip?Can we use our fun passes from these tickets if we have purchased new park tickets?
- - Asked by Karen from Ontario on 6/26/2013
- Hello Karen! It's always nice for me to be able to answer a question for a fellow Ontarian! You absolutely can use any remaining Water Park Fun & More days left on a non-expiring ticket until they are all used up - even if you've used up your theme park days. Non-expiring applies to all admissions on the pass, not just the theme parks. My family has a few of these tickets kicking around, and I just take a Sharpie and write on the back of them how many days are left. Also, at your resort, the Concierge can tell you how many days are left in case you forget. You won't be able to have them consolidated onto new theme park tickets that you purchase in the future, so just be sure to bring them and keep them separate until they are all used up.
Karen, I really recommend adding the Water Park Fun & More feature to your theme park tickets - it really is worth the minimal extra cost. My family just loves visiting the water parks on a hot day, between theme park visits.
Please let me know if I can help answer any other questions you may have while planning your Walt Disney World vacation. Thanks again for visiting the Disney Parks Moms Panel, and have a magical day!
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