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  • On Jan 16, 2013
    Becky Asked

    We purchased the 7 Day hopper passes back in 2001 and still have 2 days left on the passes. One pass is a child's pass and since then my daughter has aged 12 years and is no longer a child. Can this pass be upgraded or is it just useless now?

    Becky, hang on to that Parkhopper. Those unused days still have value even though your little princess is now over a decade older and no longer a little princess.
     
    Since your Parkhopper only has a couple of unused days left, at the very least you will be credited the cost of your old tickets toward a new adult one. If you take your daughter with you to Guest Relations at one of the theme parks or Downtown Disney your now big kid may be allowed to exchange the unused portion of her child park ticket for an adult one at no cost. 

    The magic is still wonderful no matter how old your children!
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