Another Park Hopper ?
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My friend has a hopper pass that was comped to her. ( she is at WDW now) I already have a package booked, but we were wondering is there anyway I could use this. She will not be using the hopper at all I know they arent transferable, but even if I cant use it someone else maybe could. And if I could use it how would that work?
First was the ticket added to a room key or a ticket that was already used by your friend to enter a park? If so then no, since Disney now uses a bimetric scan from your fingers and yours won't match. If the ticket is a seperate ticket (not on a room key and with no name) and nobody has used it to enter any park, then the chances of you being able to use it are very good. If the ticket has your friend's name but has not been used you could still use it, but if there are any glitches with your "borrowed" ticket not being able to be read by the scanner a CM may ask for ID to verify if this is your ticket.
I believe that an unused ticket that has never gone through a turnstile can be "transferred" -- as in, you could buy a ticket and give it to someone else. The point at which it becomes non-transferrable is once it has gone through a turnstile and been matched to the finger scan of the person who has used it.
The issue here (for me) is the fact that it was comped -- if it has her name on it or it was specifically given to her and tied to her "account" in some way, then I think she might not be able to transfer it.
If you had a little more detail on the ticket, how it was given to her, what media it was on, etc., we might be able to give you a more informed opinion.
I know she didnt go to the parks, but dont know if her name is tied to it in anyway. But she will be home today, so when I get to see her again, Ill get it and see what it says and let yall know then.