Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Jan 15, 2011
    Melanie from NB Asked

    If someone purchases a 7 day hopper pass with water parks and more, and decides at the end of their trip that they want to make it a 10 day, no-expiration ticket, do they pay the no-expiration cost on the original 7 day ticket or on the new 10 day ticket?

    Hello to a fellow Canadian Melanie! You can absolutely upgrade your ticket to a 10-day, no expiration one. You will, however, be charged the no expiration cost on the entire 10 days. If you have several days left over, the no expiry feature is a good option, as these tickets are good forever, and never subject to price increases. It also makes your next Disney vacation that much more affordable, as you've already got your park tickets.

    Have a magical vacation Melanie!
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Hi! I'm Joanne from Ottawa, Canada. By day I work for the Canadian government. I'm a single mom to my amazing, 15 year-old daughter and am thrilled to be on the Moms Panel. I absolutely love helping you plan your vacation and create your own magical memories! Learn More About Joanne

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