What is the $ value for unused days on Hopper + passes?

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  1. Mom+4

    Mom+4 <font color=teal>Saved from the loony bin by the T

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    We bought 5 day Hopper plus passes for our trip last June, and only used 4 park days and one plus entry (Blizzard Beach). I am trying to convince my DH that we NEED to go back to WDW this year, and would like to know how much new 3 or 4 day passes will cost if I trade in my unused days on the old passes. Thanks for any info.
     
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  3. CLynnJones

    CLynnJones DIS Veteran

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    I'd like to know this too!!

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  4. NancyIL

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    There's nothing cheaper than a WDW admission ticket that's from a previous year! Everyone could use their own "plus" day for a waterpark visit. Then - have one person use all of the single leftover days from the rest of the tickets, and buy new 4-day hoppers for everyone else.
     
  5. glo

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    NancyIl you are a genious! I think I can get around my Dec. doing something like that now!

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  6. NancyIL

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    Thanks for the compliment, glo! It rarely (IMHO) makes good financial sense to upgrade one pass to a more expensive pass - *unless* they were both purchased in the same year.
     

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