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  • On Mar 26, 2024
    Tracy from OH Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I want to book a 3 day stay, I want 3 days worth of passes, HOWEVER We each have a day left on non-expiring passes, I purchased I think in 2010. Is there a way I can buy 2 day passes and you can add the non-exp to the passes I purchase for this stay?

    Hey there, hi there, Tracy!

    Thanks for stopping by planDisney where you're always as welcome as can be. I'm happy to assist a fellow Mouseketeer today.

    Hot dog! It's fantastic that you held onto a more than decade-old theme park ticket. Using the remaining admission during your upcoming visit will be fine, and I see two ways you can make it happen. First, suppose you're interested in booking a vacation package that bundles your resort stay, theme park tickets, and a dining plan. When building your package, you'll need to select tickets. Choose two-day theme park tickets as part of your vacation package and plan to use your 2010 tickets for the third day. Alternatively, if you prefer to make a room-only reservation for your upcoming trip, reserve your hotel room and add theme park tickets separately. As described above, purchase 2-day tickets; your old ticket will cover the third day.

    The only caveat here is you'll need to link your old tickets to your My Disney Experience account and make theme park reservations for the day you plan to use them. You can try to link the tickets yourself, but you may need to enlist help from Cast Member. Use the My Disney Experience dropdown menu on the Walt Disney World home page and select "My Plans." Scroll down, click the blue box that says + Add More Plans, and then choose "Link Reservations & Purchases." Select the tile for Tickets, find an image of a ticket that looks like yours, and input the ID number to finalize the linking process.

    If you can't complete these steps online, call Walt Disney World or visit Guest Relations or a ticket window upon arrival for your vacation. An onsite ticketing Cast Member once helped me with decades-old tickets I found when cleaning out my grandparents' Florida home. After checking into my resort, I immediately visited a ticketing window at the Transportation & Ticket Center, where a Cast Member could quickly link the unused admission and make theme park reservations for me on the spot. I hope everything goes smoothly for you too, Tracy!

    Have a magical vacation next month! If there's anything else we can do to make it even more memorable, don't hesitate to reach out again. We love to help with all aspects of vacation planning. Thanks again for sending us your question; we'll see you soon!

    Wishing you a great, big, beautiful tomorrow,
    Betsy
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Greetings! I'm Betsy, a middle school teacher, wife, and mom of two. My family and I love to travel the world, but our best memories are those made when we're visiting Walt Disney World or Disneyland Resort. No matter how many times we visit, there is always something new to see, ride, or eat at the Disney Parks. Learn More About Betsy

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