Money Saving Tips / Budgeting Discuss Disney on a Dime Question in the Vacation Planning forums; I recently picked this book up at my local library. I've been budgeting for a 6 day park visit and I readthey recommend purchasing the 10 day ticket with the ...
Disney on a Dime Question
I recently picked this book up at my local library. I've been budgeting for a 6 day park visit and I readthey recommend purchasing the 10 day ticket with the non-expiring option. I thought this is an awesome idea but I have a question. Does anyone know if you can add the non-expiring option on the other remaining days AFTER you start using the tickets? I'm frugal (cheap) and want to save the extra money.
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i belive the only way u can is if u start with the no exp. but it think the best thing to do is to call disney them selfs and just ask good luck
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I was thinking you could add it later, but I'm not an expert.
I know that for our one day visit in November, that I will be buying the 10 day ticket with no expiration.
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You can add it later, BUT it will still cost the same - if you buy a 10-day ticket and use 6 days, you will still pay for the no-expiration option on a 10-day ticket.
You can add the no expiration anytime before the 14th day after it was first used.
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