How can I find out...

Discussion in 'Disney for Families' started by MeredithRX, Sep 13, 2008.

  1. MeredithRX

    MeredithRX Mouseketeer

    Aug 17, 2008
    How can I find out if there are any days remaining on a park hopper ticket?

    DH and I went to WDW for our honeymoon in 2000. We have two park hopper tickets from that trip. I am thinking that we had one day left on each due to incliment weather, but I can't remember for sure.

    There is no phone number on the back of the tickets to call and there really isn't any sort of ID number or anything. Just a scan strip.

    Any ideas? I'd love to be able to use these on our upcoming trip if there is a day left...

  2. brekin67

    brekin67 DIS Veteran

    Jul 27, 2008
    I know we have checked once we arrived at the resort. We have also sent them down with friends when they have gone to find out what is remaining.
    Maybe you can take them into the disney store to check?:confused3
  3. lisadr

    lisadr <font color=blue>I amused the bejeedles out of mys

    Feb 12, 2008
    Unless you paid for them to be No Expiration, then they are not valid any longer. We had 1 day left on our hoppers and didn't put the No Expiration option on them before we left and they expired. You have to buy them that way or add on the option before you check out.

    For unused tickets (that were never used in the parks) you can bring them to the concierge and they can check them for you there:)
  4. ajh88

    ajh88 DIS Veteran

    Feb 22, 2008
    They didn't have the no expiration option in 2000 though did they? Didn't that start in '01 or '02? Of course, I don't know if that means all tickets expired or no tickets expired! I believe the only way to check is to take them with you - I don't think there's a phone number or anything to call.

    Hope you can use them!
  5. bjeannep

    bjeannep Mouseketeer

    Feb 13, 2008
    My parents are using two park hoppers from 1996 when we go down in October. When she called to order her tickets, the CM told her to just bring them and trade them in at the TTC.

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