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  • On Nov 16, 2012
    Heather from GA Asked

    We will be there for spring break 2013 and I have tickets with the hopper/water parks and more option. I am confused on the "water parks and more option" though. Can we go to Typhoon Lagoon and Disney Quest on the same day? Or do we have to pick

    My family will be visiting around the same time, Heather.  Maybe I'll see you around?

    Let me try to offer some clarification on the water park and more option.  What that entitles you to is the option to visit one of Disney's "extra" venues (either of the water parks, DisneyQuest, or the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex).  Each time you enter one of those extra venues, an entry will be deducted from your ticket.  You are free to visit more than one of the extra venues on any given day, but you will be "charged" for each entry.  In other words, if you visit Typhoon Lagoon in the morning and DisneyQuest later that evening, two entries will be deducted from your admission tickets.  The park hopper is entirely separate.  What that allows for is for you to "hop" from one of the four major theme parks (Animal Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios or Magic Kingdom) to another within the same day.  When you do so, you will not be charged an additional day's admission; rather, you will just be taking advantage of the option to hop.  I hope that clears things up for you!
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