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  • On Jan 9, 2013
    Kelly from NH Asked

    I was on the WDW site to purchase non-expiring tickets, but there wasn't an option available to do so via the site. Have the non-expiring tickets gone away? If not, WHERE can I find them?

    Hi Kelly!
    We have been hearing about this quite a bit recently. The Magic Your Way base tickets plus all of the other add-ons are available online, but the No Expiration option is not.
    The best advice I can give you as to why this may be happening is that the No Expiration option is the only "add-on" that has a variable price. That is, each of the other options costs a set price whether for a 2 day ticket or a 10 day. The No Expiration option is based on the number of days on your ticket and is a sliding scale. So, it will cost more for a 10-day no expiration than a 2 day. Since the prices fluctuate annually and by number of days, they may not publish it on the site.
    I would simply call (407) W-DISNEY to get the specific pricing and to make your purchase. Please feel free to let me know if there are any other questions I can help with.
    I hope this helps and I wish you a Magical trip!! :)
    Chris
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