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Old 12-14-2012, 10:29 AM   #1
love280mickey
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Question on 10 day no exp pass bought back in '09

I purchased 10 day no expiration passes sometime before '09 which I know is the last time we went to the parks. Two adults passes for DH and myself. One child (under 9) pass for my dd at the time.

We still have 5 days each left on our passes, but now my dd will be 12 by the time of our next trip.

Will they just take her pass at the ticket gates or will they question it and make us pay some upgrade charge for her?

Anyone had this experience with a change in ages?

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Old 12-14-2012, 12:50 PM   #2
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Will they just take her pass at the ticket gates or will they question it and make us pay some upgrade charge for her?
http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=1452684

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Disney does not penalize children for growing older. If you have a partially used child's ticket, and the child is now 10 or older, you may exchange the child's ticket for an adult ticket with the same remaining entitlements and no charge.

The child for which this is being done must be present at the ticket window when this is being done. The age difference must be reasonable! For example, if the child appears to still be a pre-teen, and the ticket is two or more years old they should be no problem. However, if the child appears to be 16 and the ticket is only a year old this will not be done.

This applies whether the ticket is MYW or pre-MYW.
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