They DO ask names, and those names ARE printed on the tickets and possibly encoded in the magnetic strip. They are non-transferrable and non-refundable.As long as Disney doesn't ask for the names of the people using the tickets when they are ordered(and puts those names on the ticket) and asks for ID at the gate,there is no way they will be able to tell if person A sold tickets to person B.
Did you buy them directly from Disney? I mean, did you call their order line?I just bought nine tickets for several different members of the family (non-family as well). They did not ask for any names, and the only person with the same last name as mine is DH. I can't see how they could possibly know if I sold the tickets to someone else.
Did you buy them directly from Disney? I mean, did you call their order line?
They asked me for the names and ages of everybody in my party. I received the tickets in the mail, and they have my last name on them in the location I described above. Yours don't have your name on them?
Thank you! I was starting to get a little paranoid. I suspect everybody who ordered their MVMCP tickets directly from Disney has the name in the same place, and just didn't notice it from a casual glance at the card.You're right!! Name in the lower corner under the Visa logo.
Maybe so, but the point remains that names are associated with the tickets, and according to policy, they are not refundable or transferable. Whether you could get away with doing so is a different question.