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Old 07-31-2007, 08:25 AM   #1
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Can I find out how many days/extras are on my Disney tickets BEFORE I arrive?

Is there a way for me to check how many days I have left on my pass and how many waterpark days I have left? I'd like to know before I get there.

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Is there a phone number on the back you can call and tell them the code on your ticket?
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I'm to understand from Disney that the only way is to check your tickets at WDW, in person, either at guest relations at your onsite hotel or at one of the parks. I wish there was a way, I'd like to double check mine as well.
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The current policy is for CM's not to reveal the remaining content of tickets except to guests who are there in person and holding the tickets.

This is to inhibit resale of partially used tickets.

Disney takes this so seriously that CM's who give out the information over the phone may be rendered cast nonmembers.

While it is usually a bad bargain to use up an old ticket and also have to buy a new ticket to finish the vacation, it is easy to stash away the old tickets in the room safe or with the concierge for safekeeping while you buy new tickets to cover the whole vacation.

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