Park Ticket Help Please
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My niece, sister and myself are going in May. We want to go to the parks for three days. My niece and I have 2 days left from a 10 day Park hopper pass and the same for my dad(he is not going).
1st- Is my sister aloud to use my Dad's parkhopper pass?
2nd-Can I upgrade the park hopper for another day without paying the full price of one day park ticket?
All park tickets are non-transferable, so no, your sister would not be allowed to use your dad's pass. For the past several years, park visitors have been required to go through a finger scan when using their passes, so it is likely that it would be noticeable that someone else was using the ticket.
I am not sure whether non-expiration tickets can be upgraded more than 14 days from first use -- we've never tried upgrading tickets.
I,m no expert either, but if the tickets are non expiring type, then I think you may be able to upgrade or add to them for your 3rd day. As far as using your dads ticket, this is not supposed to be allowed. But after just returning from 10 days in the parks there, we found they were having all kinds of trouble with the scanners. We had never signed our passes and no one even said anything until the last day, but several times the fingerprint part was not working right. They would try two or three times and then send us thru.
ok. here's the deal with your sister's ticket. they are "non-transferable". how do they prove it? u put ur finger on a scanner thing and it remembers the size and print of your finger. every time u insert ur park ticket.. it will match it up with ur finger "info". HOWEVER you could try to use it.. some CMs will be like "hey just walk right through" after a few tries and the ticket doesn't work. that happened to me once (even with my own ticket) but the fastpass machines didn;t work for my ticket-- but im not suggesting to break the disney law.. its just some food for thought.
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