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  • On May 18, 2011
    Michelle Asked

    We have a trip planned for late September. We have our hotel and airline tickets purchased and insured since it is hurricane season. If there is a park ticket price increase in August, can we get a refund if we can't make the trip due to weather?

    Hi Michelle!
    I'm not sure what a price increase has to do with your question, so I'll answer from the perspective of you needing to cancel your trip, which I hope you don't.
    Generally speaking, park tickets, if unused, do not have an expiration date. They are good for 14 days from date of "first use". This means you could hold on to them indefinitely and still be able to use them. So, should you not make the trip, they would still be valid on a future trip. Other guests purchase the "no expiration" option in case they don't use the full amount of pass days on their trip and want to use the remaining days on a future trip. I believe the first case applies to your situation more than the second case.
    I hope this helps and I wish you a Magical (and safe) vacation!! :)
    Chris
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