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Old 02-06-2013, 10:47 PM   #1
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Why Does Universal NOT Sell A No Expire Option??

So, I had a 7 Day ticket, bought way back in 2007.

We enjoyed 3 Days @ both Universal parks.

I asked @ Guest Services If I could make our remaining days "No Expire".
I was willing to pay a Reasonable Amount.

The customer service Rep looked @ me like I had just beamed in from the Simpson Ride...and said "We do not offer that option".

I asked to speak to a Manger.
She said it would not matter...Universal does not offer No Expire.

I insisted that I speak to a Manager.
She got one.
The manager also stated that they do not offer a no expire option.

I stated that a No Expire option could be good for them.

He did not seem interested....
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