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  • On Feb 27, 2013
    Donna Asked

    I have hopper passes that I purchased in Nov.2003...the ones that don't expire. I am planning another trip this year in July, and I am hoping that there isn't a problem using these passes. Can you give me any rules or regulations on this??

    Hi Donna!

    Congratulations on your upcoming trip to Walt Disney World this summer!  Hanging on to old tickets can make great souvenirs, but who knew that it could actually save you money on future vacations?  When you arrive on property you will need to take your older Hopper Passes to a Guest Relations or any ticket window so the remaining amount of days can be verified and the ticket switched over to the newer ones that contain the magnetic strip on the back.  There are a few instances where older Park Hoppers cannot still be used, but these will typically be tickets that were complimentary with an expiration on them. Tickets will only be good for the remaining amount of days that are left on them.  For example, if you have 2 days left on your old Park Hopper pass you cannot pay the difference to upgrade from a 2 day ticket to a 3 day ticket.  If you wish to have 3 days in the parks, you will have to pay the full price of a 1 day ticket along with you using the 2 day ticket.  I hope this helps and please let us know if you have any more questions!

    Enjoy your "Disney Time!"
    Mandy
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Meet the Panelist: Mandy, South Carolina

My husband and I are the parents of five rambunctious Disney loving children.I  I'm passionate about helping families find the magic that is Disney , so let me show you all the magic and savings that awaits on your next Disney vacation! Learn More About Mandy

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