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  • On Feb 16, 2014
    Kathleen from ON Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Hello, my question is about ticket expirations. How many no-expire tickets can you purchase ahead of time and also, can u explain how it works. How long of a stay would you say you would need to make it worth the money?

    Hi Kathleen,

    No expiration tickets means that you always have the availability to use your ticket in the future at the Walt Disney World Resorts. So if you purchase a ticket today with no expiration, you would have it available to use any day in the future. There are no limit to the number you can purchase.

    In general, Disney tickets become cheaper when you purchase more days. The price per days drops so this is why you would purchase more days ahead of time and then add the no expiration. You need to add the no expiration if you are purchasing more days than the length of your current trip. Disney tickets expire fourteen days after they are first activated.

    As for where the break even point is, I am not sure but I believe has some information around this. Personally, if you are coming back within 365, you may want to consider an annual pass over the no expiration because of the additional discounts you are eligible for with the annual pass.

    Wishing you a magical vacation!
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