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Old 02-16-2013, 11:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm trying to get my head around this ticket.. We have a 10 park hopper with the water plus more option, now does this mean we have 10 days in the big parks and we can use the others on others days as we are there for a total of 14 ...??? We are thinking of have 2 days out of the parks to do the 2 water parks then have one day at Disneyquest.
Just want to clear it up before I write it all up and I have it wrong.... Any help would be greatly appreciated..:-)
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Yes, that's right. You have 10 days in the theme parks and you have 10 "options" for the water park part - and you have 14 days to use them from the first day the ticket is used in a turnstile. You can also use a theme park admission and an option on the same day as well (i.e. MK in the AM, water park in the afternoon) so you don't necessarily have to wait until a non-theme park day to use an option. Don't forget that new this year mini golf before 4 pm counts as an option and you can use more than one option during the day (ie water park in the am, mini golf before 4 and DQ at night for a total of 3 options used). Hope this helps to clear it up a little bit for you
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Oh thank you so much that clears up heaps...and I love the mini golf as an option before 4 is great!!! Yay I shall keep with the same plans then...yay. So excited...lol
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I'm trying to get my head around this ticket.. We have a 10 park hopper with the water plus more option, now does this mean we have 10 days in the big parks and we can use the others on others days as we are there for a total of 14 ...??? We are thinking of have 2 days out of the parks to do the 2 water parks then have one day at Disneyquest.
Just want to clear it up before I write it all up and I have it wrong.... Any help would be greatly appreciated..:-)

Your ticket comes with 10 Park Admissions - each admission is good for one day in as many parks as you care to go to, during that day.

It also comes with 10 "and more" Tickets. Each is good for entry into a single waterpark, or Disney Quest, or other eligible attraction.

Thus, you have twenty Admissions. Which isn't so bad - because if you do a Theme Park until, say, lunch; then go to a waterpark for the hottest part of the day; then head back to the parks ...? That's one Park Day, and one "and more" ticket.
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It's such a good idea...I'm so happy about it now.. The boys want to do the water parks and I love the idea of being able to goout at night.
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Thank you. Both so so much...I got the answer I was looking for and understood ..lol
Makes planning so much more easy
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Depending on the age of your boys, you should probably count "Disney Quest" as a must-see attraction. If they're school age, they'll probably love it!
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Great thread! I appreciate the tips, too! I hadn't thought about reserving those "extras" for after our tkts are up but within the 14 day window. We are considering this add-on. Since DQ and water parks are rather pricey and we wouldnt get the most bang for our buck in one day, i like idea of being able to go back a little bit at a time to DQ and lazy river. It seems like an affordable choice (60$ no matter how many days?)! I think it's worth a try if you think you might have some downtime in your stay :-). Plus it might give me option to shop in DTD while others are in DQ for hours!

I am wondering, though, if others' suggestions for DQ as a visit for those ages 10 and up is entirely accurate? Is it worthwhile for a younger set who love Wii and DS games?

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Both my boys are really looking forward to DQ.. We don't have even little carnival rides here so they are going to be very shocked at the rides alone... But then they get to design their own roller coasters and try them out is just pure joy to them.. Then add on the water parks and all the other things....heaven.....hehehe.
My little man who is 6 is also looking forward more to the buzz light year stuff.. And the jungle cruise.. It's going to be fun..:-)
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Both my boys are really looking forward to DQ.. We don't have even little carnival rides here so they are going to be very shocked at the rides alone... But then they get to design their own roller coasters and try them out is just pure joy to them.. Then add on the water parks and all the other things....heaven.....hehehe.
My little man who is 6 is also looking forward more to the buzz light year stuff.. And the jungle cruise.. It's going to be fun..:-)
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Good to know about the mini golf option! That's one of my favorite things to do with my family.
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