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  • On Jun 13, 2022
    April from GA 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 have Hopper Passes from 2000. How do I get them updated?

    Hi there, April!  Welcome to planDisney.

    Wow!  Discovering old Walt Disney World tickets is a little bit like uncovering hidden treasure!  Walt Disney World Resort continues to honor any remaining admission days on old non-expiring tickets.  However, a few things have changed since the year 2000!  Let's chat about what you'll need to do to be able to use your tickets.

    In an effort to manage attendance, Walt Disney World Resort has introduced the Disney Park Pass reservation system.  At this time, all Guests ages 3 and up will need a Disney Park Pass theme park reservation in addition to valid admission in order to enter a theme park.  Be sure to check the theme park reservation availability calendar in advance of your visit.  Reservations are limited, and I know some parks currently do not have reservations available in the coming weeks.

    To make a Disney Park Pass reservation, you will first need to have admission linked to your My Disney Experience account.  You may be able to link your tickets yourself by entering the ID numbers found on the ticket.  If this works, you are in luck!  You'll be able to go ahead and make your Disney Park Pass reservations.  You will then need a method of scanning your admission for entry into the park.  You can pick up a new ticket card at a ticket window or Guest Relations, or save the extra stop by creating a Disney MagicMobile pass in the My Disney Experience mobile app that you can save to your digital wallet. 

    If you are unable to link your old tickets to your My Disney Experience account, things are a bit trickier.  Exchanging your old Park Hopper passes for updated tickets is simple to do in person at 
    Guest Relations or the Disney Ticket Center at Disney Springs, but it is risky to wait until you arrive.  Disney Park Pass reservations may no longer be available for the park you wish to visit.  In this case, I recommend calling (407) 939-1289 to speak with a Cast Member about your ticket options.

    April, if you have any additional questions, please stop by and see us again.  We are always happy to help.

    Anne Marie
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