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Old 02-18-2013, 02:13 AM   #1
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Water Park and Disney Quest tickets expiration before use?

I read the ticket sticky and from other threads, I think I know the answer, but just wanted to double check.

Do the Water Park and Disney Quest Single Day ticket sold on Undercovertourist have an expiration date?

I was going to buy a couple to use over the years. I'm guessing they don't have an expiration date on them and are valid until the day you use them.
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I read the ticket sticky and from other threads, I think I know the answer, but just wanted to double check.

Do the Water Park and Disney Quest Single Day ticket sold on Undercovertourist have an expiration date?

I was going to buy a couple to use over the years. I'm guessing they don't have an expiration date on them and are valid until the day you use them.
They don't have an expiration date on them and are valid until the day you use them.
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Separate Disney Quest or water park tickets bought in advance may or may not be cost effective.

If your vacation includes a standard theme park ticket with hopping then water park fun, which always gives you at least two water park or Disney Quest visits, costs just $23. compared with about $45 for separate single water park or DQ tickets.
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Old 02-18-2013, 03:09 PM   #4
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Thanks for the replies.

Yeah I know adding the WPF&M is more cost effective, but generally we are AP holders (we only have PAP now because of the DVC discount), so we won't have that option. So I thought if we did like the WP or DQ, for future years, what if I bought a few of those 1 day passes for us to use. Just to hedge against any future price increases.
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