|11-11-2012, 09:33 AM||#11|
Join Date: Jan 2001
Location: Poinciana, FL (20 miles to WDW)
You unfortunately hit a CM who did not know what he was doing.
Basically he only tickets which are not price-bridged are those sold directly by Disney in person at WDW or by phone or online and if there is a price increase after the tickets are purchased.
If you have a package, Disney Ticket Operations "sells" the tickets that will be in a package to Walt Disney Travel Company at a wholesale price so those tickets can be bridged.
Basically price bridging is designed to allow you to keep any discount you had when you bought a ticket when you do any upgrade.
I always say that you should know in advance what you should be paying on any upgrade, and if the amount is off my more than a few cents and the person at the window will not see the problem, cancel the transaction and go to another window.
And for ttepsich, if you take your tickets to a Guest Relations Office at one of the Parks they may be able to research them and possibly give you a refund of the overcharge.
41 WDW Stays Totaling 321 nights between 1987 and mid-2003. (When "commuting" from Northern Virginia.)
Now Working Part Time at Walt Disney World! Currently at Everything Pop Merchandise after nine years in Guest Services/Ticket Sales.
A few very helpful links which are on DisBoards:
Everything About WDW Tickets and this one disABILITIES FAQs
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