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  • [Question] So Cal Parkhoppers

    Can I buy the Three-Day So Cal Parkhopper for use by an out-of-town houseguest?
    Crazy Works For Me!

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    Re: So Cal Parkhoppers

    Originally posted by Kasey View Post
    Can I buy the Three-Day So Cal Parkhopper for use by an out-of-town houseguest?
    Already huge threads about the Summer Fun Pass, do a "Search" next time.

    Short answer though is yes. Yes you can. Zip code ID checks are supposed to only be done at the point of purchase, but the Cast Members at the turnstiles do also have the option of checking as well... though in my experience I have never heard of them doing so (too busy anyways), but they can if they wanted to.
    Burnt Toast
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    • #3
      Re: So Cal Parkhoppers

      Originally posted by Burnt Toast View Post
      Already huge threads about the Summer Fun Pass, do a "Search" next time.

      Short answer though is yes. Yes you can. Zip code ID checks are supposed to only be done at the point of purchase, but the Cast Members at the turnstiles do also have the option of checking as well... though in my experience I have never heard of them doing so (too busy anyways), but they can if they wanted to.
      I am concerned only because these tickets aren't purchased at the Park and I thought they might ask for ID when the ticket is used for the first time.

      I'm sorry for starting another thread, I didn't know about the search function.
      :blush:
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        Re: So Cal Parkhoppers

        Originally posted by Kasey View Post
        I am concerned only because these tickets aren't purchased at the Park and I thought they might ask for ID when the ticket is used for the first time.

        I'm sorry for starting another thread, I didn't know about the search function.
        :blush:
        Kasey, I'm pretty sure they only ask when purchased. It might be tough asking a kid for their ID upon admission to the park.
        It may have zippity to do with doo-dah :ccool:

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        • #5
          Re: So Cal Parkhoppers

          Originally posted by kristibaer View Post
          Kasey, I'm pretty sure they only ask when purchased. It might be tough asking a kid for their ID upon admission to the park.
          Psst... then they check the parent or the adult that's with them.
          Burnt Toast
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          • #6
            Re: So Cal Parkhoppers

            I'm 16 and an out of towner. I'll be heading to the parks with my 14 year old bro only in two weeks. If my local uncle buys the $99 ticket, and me and my bro use them, will they ask?

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            • #7
              Re: So Cal Parkhoppers

              Originally posted by Indiana_James View Post
              I'm 16 and an out of towner. I'll be heading to the parks with my 14 year old bro only in two weeks. If my local uncle buys the $99 ticket, and me and my bro use them, will they ask?
              I doubt it, but you are taking a risk because technically they could ask for ID, I really doubt they would though.
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              • #8
                Re: So Cal Parkhoppers

                Originally posted by Uncle Bob View Post
                I doubt it, but you are taking a risk because technically they could ask for ID, I really doubt they would though.
                In my case I'm the adult so if they card me, I'm local.
                It may have zippity to do with doo-dah :ccool:

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                • #9
                  Re: So Cal Parkhoppers

                  Originally posted by kristibaer View Post
                  In my case I'm the adult so if they card me, I'm local.
                  Not today!

                  BTW...
                  Today is YMCA Day Campers Day at Disneyland. Very crowded, but most leave at 4:30.
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                  • #10
                    Re: So Cal Parkhoppers

                    Originally posted by Kasey View Post
                    Not today!

                    BTW...
                    Today is YMCA Day Campers Day at Disneyland. Very crowded, but most leave at 4:30.
                    :P
                    It may have zippity to do with doo-dah :ccool:

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