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IncredibleboysMom 11-08-2010 09:27 AM

Another ticket question
 
I purchased the 7 day, 2 park tickets back in January for $99:cool1: The tickets are paper, with a barcode and a place for a signature. I assume that with these we go straight to the turnstile, right? Does someone need to see us sign the ticket, or should we do it ahead of time?

Thanks!

damo 11-08-2010 09:44 AM

You do go straight to the turnstile and you can sign them whenever you want.

JumpingJack 12-28-2012 11:40 PM

I can call the number on the "ticket" but thought I might get a quicker answer here first.
I booked our vacation through a travel agent and got the documents today. It was done through Delta Vacations. I purchased the 3-Park Unlimited 14 day tickets and what we received is basically three pieces of paper with our names and booking number on it. No bar code, no place for signatures, nothing.
Is this really the ticket for the parks or do I use it to pick up the actual ticket when we get there?:confused:

Metro West 12-29-2012 07:52 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JumpingJack (Post 47017453)
I can call the number on the "ticket" but thought I might get a quicker answer here first. I booked our vacation through a travel agent and got the documents today. It was done through Delta Vacations. I purchased the 3-Park Unlimited 14 day tickets and what we received is basically three pieces of paper with our names and booking number on it. No bar code, no place for signatures, nothing. Is this really the ticket for the parks or do I use it to pick up the actual ticket when we get there?:confused:

Sounds like it could be either a "print at home" ticket where the piece of paper is your actual ticket or you will need to exchange the paper for the actual tickets. Your best bet is to call Delta Vacations and find out from them. There are too many tour companies selling too many different ticket packages that it's hard to give you a definitive answer. Call the tour company and ask them directly.

JumpingJack 12-30-2012 12:25 AM

Will do, thanks!

*LittleMermaid* 12-31-2012 10:56 PM

The paper should have instructions. It sounds to me like it is a voucher. Read it.

JumpingJack 01-01-2013 05:12 PM

There was lots of information on it about what it is and isn't good for, but nothing about whether or not it's a voucher or an actual ticket.
I found the Delta Vacations number and asked them. The woman said it is a voucher.
Thanks!


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