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Water park fun pass with two day purchase

by Wendy Carpenter
(Abbotsford, BC)

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“We have a two-day pass that comes with a water park included. Not sure how to navigate this. One of these days, we are going to EPCOT. The other is to be determined. Help.”

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I’m going to assume that your tickets are plain old Magic Your Way with the Park Hopper Plus option which gives you the water park access.

With that ticket, you have 14 days to use your two days in the theme parks, and you also get two days in the extras. The water parks, the mini golf, access to ESPN. I don’t know why you’d use that, but access to the ESPN sports complex. Those things are all included in that two-day Magic Your Way ticket with Park Hopper Plus.

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You can go two days to the theme parks. You can go a day to the theme parks, a day to the water parks, a day to theme parks, day to the water parks. You have two water parks visits and two other options that you can do. How you use those, which parks to go, that’s up to you.

You’ve got to know what you like, which parks. You say you’re going to EPCOT one day. Would you rather go to Magic Kingdom? Would you rather go to Hollywood Studios? Would you rather go to Animal Kingdom? What would you prefer?

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Dad’s Bottom Line

The bottom line is depending on what kind of ticket you’ve got, if you’ve got a Magic Your Way ticket with the Park Hopper Plus option, you’ve got 14 days to use your two theme parks and your two extras.


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