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  1. #1
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    Default ticket question.

    If I buy 10 day ticket, add on no expiration, and hopper plus water park (10 admissions), does that mean along with my ten park days I have 10 water park days that never expire?
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    Short answer, yes. Hope that helps.
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    If you're buying a ten day, no-expiration... why not go ahead and buy an AP? I feel like there's not much difference in price and the perks are worth it...
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    As for Ap vs non expiration passes. It comes down to, How many visits in a 365 day period? We buy the 10 day passes and if we use them all in 1 year fine but we don't have to.

    As a side note: ALWAYS record the pass # on the back! If lost or stolen they can be replaced without the # your out of luck
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    It used to be that the waterpark part expired like 14 days after the ticket was first used. So the 10 PH days wouldn't expire, but the WaterPark & More part did... I'd look into that more...
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    Use to must have been a long time ago. It has been included in the nonexpiring part for at least seven years.
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    *1982-Tree House Village
    *1987-Offsite
    *1997-AS Music
    *2000-CS
    *2004-Offsite
    *2005-Disneyland
    *2006-WL
    *2007-AS Sports
    *2008-AKV/WLV/BCV and 4-day Disney Wonder
    *2009-POP/AKV
    *2009-OKW for Christmas
    *2010-BLT
    *2011-Spring Break: Offsite-Sheraton Vistana
    *2011-OKW/BWV

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    For my next trip (TBD ) I think I am going to use all of my Disney Visa points and buy 10-day non-expiring park hoppers with WP&M just so I can get those 10 "plus" visits for future use. Ten visits should last me 3 or 4 trips, and that way I can get the cheaper tickets for future trips.

    At least that's the plan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goofy4TheWorld View Post
    For my next trip (TBD ) I think I am going to use all of my Disney Visa points and buy 10-day non-expiring park hoppers with WP&M just so I can get those 10 "plus" visits for future use. Ten visits should last me 3 or 4 trips, and that way I can get the cheaper tickets for future trips.

    At least that's the plan.
    That'll work great.
    That's how a lot of frequent visitors do it.

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    Did the ap once. Visited three separate times that year. Then did 10 day no exp. Visited three times over 7 years. You just have to plan for how you will use them. My mistake was not buying the wp and more option last time. Didn't know it was non expiration and included golf and minigolf.
    12/1987 Off site
    12/2000 All star movies
    7/2001 Coronado springs
    7/2001 Animal kingdom lodge
    12/2001 All star music
    7/2003 Port Orleans
    7/2003 All star sports
    7/2004 Pop Century
    7/2010 All star movies
    7/2011 Pop Century
    3/2013 Pop Century
    4/2013 All star movies

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