Can We Check Our Park Hoppers Online?
I have 4 park hoppers and I don't remember if there are any days left on them. is there a way to check on line?
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Dad’s no, you can't Answer
For all of the wonderful customer service that Disney offers, there are a few seemingly simple options that are lacking. Magic Your Way Tickets are a great example of this – you can buy them online, but you can’t check your remaining days online. You have go physically to a park to verify your valid dates. No, you can't even call. Then again, maybe there is a simple answer – most tickets nowadays expire within 2 weeks of their first use.
(Oddly enough, you could check them at the Disney Store until about 3 years ago.)
Over the years, tickets at Walt Disney World have undergone a series of changes. At first, guests paid a separate entrance fee and bought books of attraction tickets. Eventually the modern attractions-included tickets were introduced, and finally Park Hopper tickets were added as parks expanded beyond the Magic Kingdom.
Back in the day, your multi-day passes were good forever until you had used up all the days of admission that you purchased. But a few years ago, Disney made a big change: now Magic Your Way park tickets – including Park Hopper
passes – expire within 14 days of the first date of use. That means you can’t simply buy a multi-day ticket and use it throughout the year, you have only 2 weeks maximum before it expires.
There is the option to add “No Expiration” onto your Magic Your Way tickets, but it’s costly and generally doesn’t make much sense to purchase.
If you have passes from 2005 or earlier with days remaining, make sure to take them along. They are still good and you can look at them and see how many days are left.
Dad's Bottom Line
There’s no way to check your remaining ticket entry balance on line or even by phone – you’ll have to go in person to find out if you have any days left on your tickets, but if the tickets are older than 2 weeks and you don’t have the No Expiration option, the answer is simple: your passes are probably void.