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Walt d

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So i have several new un used tickets. So you need to change them to this band, there hoppers, and water parks, so how do you do this, at wdw and were. And they better still be good “ im not interested in wearing something that will give me cancer, like it says on the band package thanks Bob I.but will Carry the death band with me. As I’m forced to
 

networkpro

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So i have several new un used tickets. So you need to change them to this band, there hoppers, and water parks, so how do you do this, at wdw and were. And they better still be good “ im not interested in wearing something that will give me cancer, like it says on the band package thanks Bob I.but will Carry the death band with me. As I’m forced to
Go to Guest Relations. You can use a card, but radiation is all around you unless you wear SPF 1000, you're gonna get it.
 

nickys

Premium Member
So i have several new un used tickets. So you need to change them to this band, there hoppers, and water parks, so how do you do this, at wdw and were. And they better still be good “ im not interested in wearing something that will give me cancer, like it says on the band package thanks Bob I.but will Carry the death band with me. As I’m forced to
You want to change the unused tickets you have to park hoppers? Then you go to Guest Services at any park.

I don't understand what the second part is all about. You do not have to use a magic band, you can ask for a hard ticket which will work for tickets and FPs, plus your room if you are staying onsite.
 

Rob562

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You want to change the unused tickets you have to park hoppers? Then you go to Guest Services at any park.

I don't understand what the second part is all about. You do not have to use a magic band, you can ask for a hard ticket which will work for tickets and FPs, plus your room if you are staying onsite.
I think the OP is alleging that the Band will give them cancer... :rolleyes:

But to add to the good answers already posted, if your ticket is already RFID capable, there's nothing more you need to do. Look on the back of the ticket for the MyMagic+ symbol, which is a Mickey head inside a circle (like the light-up ones on the turnstile and FP+ posts). If it's there you can use the ticket as-is. If not, it's a quick visit to Guest Relations to swap them out for plastic cards.

-Rob
 

nickys

Premium Member
I think the OP is alleging that the Band will give them cancer... :rolleyes:

But to add to the good answers already posted, if your ticket is already RFID capable, there's nothing more you need to do. Look on the back of the ticket for the MyMagic+ symbol, which is a Mickey head inside a circle (like the light-up ones on the turnstile and FP+ posts). If it's there you can use the ticket as-is. If not, it's a quick visit to Guest Relations to swap them out for plastic cards.

-Rob
Ahhh, the California warnings? Vaguely recalling something DH mentioned...... Never mentioned that to us, but then we collected them at the front desk. Oh dear ;) :rolleyes:
 

Starlight67

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Ahhh, the California warnings?
Never knew about these until I went to buy a cheap pair of sunglasses at the local Five Below-and there was the CA warning. I was like--hmmm, well, I guess my state says they're a go! And made my purchase :cool:.
 

Walt d

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Original Poster
You want to change the unused tickets you have to park hoppers? Then you go to Guest Services at any park.

I don't understand what the second part is all about. You do not have to use a magic band, you can ask for a hard ticket which will work for tickets and FPs, plus your room if you are staying onsite.
Did you not see, on line when you go to buy a magic band, in California they cause cancer.its on line.
 

lazyboy97o

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Did you not see, on line when you go to buy a magic band, in California they cause cancer.its on line.
You’re worried about a Proposition 65 warning? :joyfull: They’re on almost everything. Disney posts one for the Disneyland Resort as a whole.
 

jaklgreen

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This reminds me of growing up my dad did not want to get a microwave because he was afraid of getting cancer. Both he and my mom smoked like chimneys. Mom died of lung cancer.
 
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