Can I use old Disney World Tickets?
I want to know if we can use some old Disney World Tickets? I have 3 Four Day Super Passes that I purchased on our last trip to Disney (approximately 9 years ago). We only used 3 of the 4 days on the 4 day pass, and I recall being told that we could use the final day on the pass during our next trip to Disney. Is this true, or did I dream this?
All old paper tickets with days left will still be good
Dad's Dreams Come True AnswerYears ago the answer was Disney tickets never expire. It was a big selling point with the Super Passes. Buy them today and use them anytime in the future.
While that's not true anymore. In 2005 Disney changed ticket policies and added a never expire option. Tickets purchased before 2005 never expire. Tickets purchased after 2005 expire 14 days after first use unless the never expire option was added.
In 2013, Disney discontinued the never expire option. Now all tickets expire 14 days after first use.
How to exchange old Disney World Tickets
You will have to trade your old paper or plastic tickets for the current tickets. If you have MagicBand you can add them to the MagicBand. If you don't you will be given a plastic ticket in exchange. The good thing about exchanging is you can use the new ticket media at FastPass locations.
To exchange old Disney World tickets, go to a ticket window at the parks, to a concierge desk at a Disney hotel or to Guest Relations at Disney Springs. Present the old tickets and they will be exchanged.
Find out how many days left
To find out how many days are left on the ticket you either have to go to a ticket window or you can email email@example.com to see what is remaining. Check out the Disney Ticket Remaining page for more details.
Dad's Bottom LineYou might have been dreaming but at Disney World - dreams do come true. Your old tickets may still be good. If they were purchased before 2005 and even later if you added the never expire option. If you have old tickets it doesn't hurt to check them out.