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News Update: No Expire Option To Be Removed From Disney Tickets

Multiple unofficial Disney fan sites are reporting that the “no expire” option will be removed as a ticket option in February of 2015.

 

The “no expiration” ticket option, allows you to keep an unused days on your Disney Parks tickets for later use. This is a potentially huge change that could affect many Disney Guests.

It is expected that those who already have this option on a ticket will still have them honored, but the option will no longer be given to guests purchasing tickets after the change.

It has been rumored for years that the no expiration option for tickets would be discontinued. Now, it seems it will finally happen.

According to WDWNT, Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort ticket prices are also expected to see a small increase again in mid-February 2015. No exact pricing could be obtained yet, but some interesting changes coming to tickets were discovered.

A Water Park-Hopper ticket add-on will be introduced. “At the very least, this will be an option for single-day water park tickets, but it may also be available as an add-on for other tickets as well.”

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