Can I do this with tickets?

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  1. RadioFanatic

    RadioFanatic Mouseketeer<br><font color=6d6b70>SO not a jewelry

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    I have two separate adult one day park hopper passes. I would like to use them to buy one adult four day base ticket and one child four day base ticket. Can I do that? And if so, how much would the four day be for each? thanks so much for your help!
     
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  3. chartle

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    Are they unused and also Magic Your Way Tickets and not some sort of complimentary ticket?
     
  4. Robo

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    And, when did you buy them?

    That could make a difference in the price of changing to the new child's ticket.
     
  5. RadioFanatic

    RadioFanatic Mouseketeer<br><font color=6d6b70>SO not a jewelry

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    they are tickets I got a few years ago bc disney made some mistakes and gave them to me. they are unused. and park hopper. not magic your way.

    not sure what they say exactly bc don't have them on me.
     
  6. Robo

    Robo 1971 Castle in the Hub: Your lights are on!

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    1- It's important to know the month and year in order to give you a correct answer.

    2- That's good.

    3- Well, Magic Your Way can also be Park Hoppers. We need to know more.

    4- When you get hold of them, please post back.

    (BTW, if they are not Magic Your Way tickets, they cannot be upgraded or modified in any way.)
     
  7. chartle

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    99.99999% sure they are not MYW tickets (Park hopping is something you add to MYW tickets, not a separate type of ticket) but Comp tickets and can't be upgraded since they have no value.

    The best they can be used for is for one or two people to use them either for a very short trip or to maybe use them to have one or two people hop for one day, but they are pretty much valueless if your trips to WDW are longer than 4 days.

    sorry
     
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    1. By definition, an upgrade is taking one ticket, adding cash (or other similar) and ending up with one ticket with additional days and/or options.

    2. If the tickets are completely unused you might be able to get the value that Disney originally sold them for applied to the purchase of a new ticket. Note that if the ticket was obtained from an authorized reseller, the value is the wholesale price which Disney received, not the retail price they were sold to you for.

    3. I the letters/words CP, Comp, or Complimentary show up anywhere on the tickets they have zero cash value and cannot be upgraded or modified in any way.
     

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