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Questions about old "Non Expire" Park Passes

Discussion in 'WDW Trip Planning' started by Lexi, Aug 15, 2013.

  1. Lexi

    Lexi Active Member

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    Hi all,

    So my mom just called asking a question about my brothers old park passes from about 12 years ago, that to her surprise I could not answer....

    She bought a children's multi-day, no expiration park pass and now he is considered an adult...can he still use that park pass? would he have to pay the difference between an adult and children's ticket?

    Any answers about this would be great!! Thanks!!
  2. ninjaprincesst

    ninjaprincesst Active Member

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    She will have to pay the difference between and child and adult ticket.
  3. Nemo14

    Nemo14 Well-Known Member

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  4. ninjaprincesst

    ninjaprincesst Active Member

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    I read that on all ears too, but they just made my brother in law pay the difference on the remaider of his daughters park hoppers from 10 years ago, and the girls are now 19 and 20 so they were the exact right ages. And it truly was their tickets that they had used 10 years ago. They also however let my sister in law change in the rest of my mother in law who passed aways ticket for free and I did not think they were supposed to do that at all.
  5. tare

    tare Well-Known Member

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    I've always understood that the tickets are good for life.

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