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  • 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 Ontario on 12/15/2013
  • Hi Andrea!

    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 it may be transferred to your younger son, however if your daughter has already used some of the days, it will have to stay linked to your daughter.  In order for your daughter to use her Magic Your Way Ticket as an adult, when you arrive, you will need to head over to guest services at one of the four theme parks.  Here they will calculate the difference in price between your current Magic Your Way Ticket and the new adult price.  You will be responsible for paying the difference.  

    The Walt Disney World website has a great section on Frequently Asked Questions regarding Theme Park Tickets that you may find helpful.  I would also recommend calling (407) 939-7523 to speak with a Cast Member directly concerning your tickets.  They will be able to give you even more guidance and an exact price if you choose to go with that option.  

    I hope you will be able to enjoy the Magic of Walt Disney World Resort in the near future Andrea.  Please let me know if I can be of further assistance, I would love to hear from you again!

    Stephanie
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