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“No Expiration” Ticket Option May No Longer Be Offered Soon

Discussion in 'Attraction Tickets' started by married-2-wdw-nut, Jan 15, 2013.

  1. married-2-wdw-nut

    married-2-wdw-nut Active Member

    If you are a repeat visitor to Walt Disney World and you like to use “No Expiration” tickets over the course of multiple visits, I highly recommend buying them now, while they are still available.

    I believe it is likely that Disney will be eliminating the “No Expiration” option on Magic Your Way tickets very soon, probably when the MyMagic+ system with RFID-tagged tickets/wristbands is rolled out.

    The “No Expiration” option has already been removed from the new Walt Disney World tickets website and it has also been removed from the ticket booth signs, though you can still have the option added at the ticket booths if you ask for it specifically.
     
  2. disney sharon

    disney sharon DoingFlorida Associate

    Thats good advice, we always buy the no expiration, with the park hop option as well, they last as for 3 or 4 visits.
     

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