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  • We baught a three day Magic Your Way Hopper Ticket for each of us. If we only have a three day pass that means that if we start using it on 03/06 it will expire on 03/09 right? Will admission into a theme park be required to dine after 03/09? Thank you.
  • - Asked by Misty on 1/30/2011
  • Hi Misty,

    Let me help you with your Magic Your Way (MYW) admission ticket with the park hopper option.

    Touring days do not need to be consecutive, however your ticket will expire 14 days after the day of first use. If you use your first day on March 6, you would need to use your third day before March 20.

    You can only dine inside the Animal Kingdom, Epcot, Magic Kingdom or Disney's Hollywood Studios on the days that you plan to use your admission ticket.

    With the park hopper option, you'll be able to tour more than one of the theme parks in a single day. For instance, you may visit Magic Kingdom in the morning, return to your hotel in the afternoon and then hop to Epcot at night.

    If you will be in WDW longer than three days, separate your touring days and allow some days to rest in between them.

    For example:
    March 6 - theme parks day 1
    March 7 - have breakfast at the Animal Kingdom Lodge, see the animals from Arusha Rock, visit Downtown Disney, relax at your hotel then tour the monorail hotels at night.
    March 8 - theme parks day 2
    March 9 - Purchase admission to a water park or visit Disney's Boardwalk.
    March 10 - theme parks day 3

    Or any combination that works for your family!

    The important thing to remember is that you have 14 days to use your Magic Your Way tickets until they expire.

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