I've seen a lot of discussions that center or at least skirt around what would seem to be violations of Disney policy. There's a hopping discussion about someone operating an unsanctioned tour business and using an annual passport for commercial purposes (a violation of Disney policy). In this thread there are people suggesting that the OP might try asking for a refund anyways, even though it would too be a violation of Disney policy. This is an unofficial forum and I'm assuming that none of this is sanctioned by Disney. I can't find any terms for the tickets sold at the ticket window or through other channels (other than the CityPass card I've got). "Disney's eTicket Terms & Conditions" says nothing about resale. It does mention that they're nontransferable and must be used by the same person for all days. I think once the voucher is used and (what Disney calls) a "standard theme park ticket" is generated, those terms probably say that resale is not allowed. Of course by that time the ticket has been used, it's nontransferable by Disney's terms, and I don't see how it's not resold without being transfered. http://disneyland.disney.go.com/faq/e-tickets/ Still - even if the offer to sell is legitimate and not a violation of Disney policy, there are bound to be people scared off by all the scams. I could easily imagine that attempts to resell end up nowhere.