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  • On Jan 20, 2008
    Joann from FL 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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    I am visiting Disney for 3 days in February 2008 for my son's 6th Birthday. We will be staying off site. I plan to visit Magic Kingdom and Universal Studios. How do I begin planning? When buying day pass, do you have to buy it for a specific day?

    Wish Happy Birthday to your son . . .  my little boy just turned six as well in January.      Regarding your question, if you plan to only buy a single day pass for you and your son, its not necessary to specifically indicate when you plan to go.    This becomes a more important decision when you are considering multi-day passes at the park, given that any unused tickets expire 14 days after first use unless you choose the No Expiration option.   

    In your case, single day passes when purchased would be usable at any time.  You can even choose to purchase your tickets the day of your visit.   
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Meet the Panelist: Beatrice, Florida

My name is Beatrice and am a mom of two wonderful children - ages 5 and 7.    I live in Florida and am just a short distance from Disney World.   My family and I love everything that Disney has to offer. Learn More About Beatrice

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