Teens in the parks
  • On Jul 13, 2016
    Tara from SC Asked

    We purchased no expiration/park hopper + fun visits tickets back in 2009. We still have a few fun visits left on them but my son was a "child" then and is now an "adult". Can he still use his old ticket for the fun visits?

    Hi Tara,

    A number of guests still have unused admission days and other benefits on the No Expiration tickets that were sold for many years, and Walt Disney World normally can still honor the tickets, even if children are now adults.

    My sister had a similar situation to yours a couple of years ago. She knew she hadn't used all of her tickets' benefits, but she wasn't sure what remained. Her daughter, like your son, also had grown out of the child age bracket.  

    She was able to call the Reservations and Tickets number that serves those with existing tickets (407.939.7523) and get her family's remaining No Expiration paper tickets added to her My Disney Experience account. She needed the physical tickets with her when she called to provide the serial numbers on each, and cast members were able to tell her just what value remained on her tickets.

    I'm sure the cast members at Reservations and Tickets will do their best to help you determine what value is left on your tickets from 2009 as well.

    Thanks for visiting the Disney Parks Moms Panel. Good luck! 

    Wilma


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Meet the Panelist: Wilma, Florida

We live 90 miles from Walt Disney World and have visited frequently for 20 years. Disney is the place our family can relax together, try new things (especially interesting food) and have conversations, no matter what park we visit or where we stay.
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