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    It looks like I made an error last year, I went to DTD and got our Annual Passes forgetting that they start from the day you get them, not the first day you use them like Universal and SeaWorld

    So this means that our tickets run out on the 22nd September and we are there until the 27th September, so we are 4 days short. I was hoping to be able to go to the F&WF on the 26th as they usually have a soft opening the day before the Festival actually starts. So my dilemma now is, do I buy a day pass for the 26th so that we can go to Epcot for the F&WF and go to MNSSHP on the 24th rather than the 17th as planned, as our entrance to the MK will be included after 4pm.

    We don't normally go to the Parks every day, we just flit in and out so I'm not sure what to do.

    I have old tickets that never expire and I think there are 2 days left on them, but how do I find out for sure

    What would you do?









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    hmmm tricky

    if you're only going to be in Disney a couple of days that can work, I did that last year although very quickly it starts paying to buy a multi day anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wendy, post: 309866
    I have old tickets that never expire and I think there are 2 days left on them, but how do I find out for sure
    You could take the tickets to any of the parks on one of your park days and they will tell you there and then if they are still valid. They may also be able to do this at the guest services desk at the WDW resorts but I`m not sure about this.





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    I'm almost positive it has to be in person at guest services at one of the parks.












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    It has to be in person at any guest services at the park or DTD, I checked there and they told me exactly what was on mine














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    Ok thank you, it's a really old one when they used to put your photo on there









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