Mom And Daughter Magic Kingdom Cinderella's Castle
  • On Oct 29, 2010
    Pam from PA Asked

    My ex-husband and I purchased Park Hopper tickets with no expiration in 2000. Will I be able to use the leftover days on his pass for my current husband?

    Hi, Pam! Well, it seems that changing husbands may be an easier process than changing the identity on your Park Hopper tickets! ;) My suggestion to you in this instance is to bring your tickets with you on your next Walt Disney World vacation and ask to have your unexpired days added to your new Key to the World Cards once you arrive at your Disney resort.  My only concern is the identity associated with your former husband's park hopper ticket.  For instance, does it have his name printed on it or did he sign the ticket?  If so, the Cast Members at the front desk may not allow the transfer. It may be worth your while to try at your resort or at Guest Services, but  I certainly wouldn't bring them to the turnstiles at a park.  Also, make sure you figure in park tickets for your new hubby as a part of your vacation budget, and if the transfer works out, you can treat yourselves to a nice dinner! Have a wonderful day and a magical vacation!
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