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  • Disneyland Ticketing Policy

    Tickets are non-transferable correct?

    Does Disney actually uphold to this policy?

    If I was to purchase a two-day ticket, use it, and then give it to someone else would they be able to enter the park?

    Thanks for any help
    -WV

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    Re: Disneyland Ticketing Policy

    Technically no. Does that mean guests still do it, of course. As with most Disney rules they are more like guidelines instead of strict rules.
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    • #3
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      They would only be able to enter if you didn't use a day - still, not supposed to do this, but....

      If it's the same day, you have to get a hand stamp when you leave the park in order to come back in - the computer will show that your ticket has already been used that day, so they'll check your hand also if you want to come back in.
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      • #4
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        Well of course you aren't supposed to--but many many many people do. I have never heard of anyone who has been denied entry.
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        • #5
          Re: Disneyland Ticketing Policy

          ^I have, especially if there are a large amount of days between use.

          Disney also checks sites like eBay, and if they can see the ticket number, they will void the ticket.

          If you try and use a ticket for upgrading to an AP, Disney will sometimes ask you questions, such as which dates did you use the ticket, which park did you enter first, etc if they feel you bought a partially used ticket.
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          • #6
            Re: Disneyland Ticketing Policy

            Well then I wont do it

            I bought a ticket to go with my mom and we went the one day, and well.. she doesn't really want to go to DCA, so I figgured I'd take a friend, however I don't want to get in trouble with their ticketing policy, so I probably wont then. ...maybe she'll change her mind eventually

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            • #7
              Re: Disneyland Ticketing Policy

              if it was recent and you haven't sold it online or anything, i doubt they'd find out. it seems more innocent among friends than the people who sell them on ebay half used. not that i'm condoning illegal behavior or anything...
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              • #8
                Re: Disneyland Ticketing Policy

                Originally posted by Weekly-Visitor View Post
                Tickets are non-transferable correct?

                Does Disney actually uphold to this policy?

                If I was to purchase a two-day ticket, use it, and then give it to someone else would they be able to enter the park?

                Thanks for any help
                -WV
                People do it all the time. Just enter disneyland tickets on ebay. There is even some woman who "rents" out 5 day hoppers and you give it back to her at the end of the evening. I have never done it, but honestly if Disney wanted to stop it, they could. You can't do this at WDW.
                Janette


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                • #9
                  Re: Disneyland Ticketing Policy

                  Originally posted by Leofoenget View Post
                  People do it all the time. Just enter disneyland tickets on ebay. There is even some woman who "rents" out 5 day hoppers and you give it back to her at the end of the evening. I have never done it, but honestly if Disney wanted to stop it, they could. You can't do this at WDW.
                  why is this not possible at WDW? it's theoretically against the rules at all disney parks, but does WDW have some other measures to ensure it doesn't happen?
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                  • #10
                    Re: Disneyland Ticketing Policy

                    Yes, they use bio-metrics, which is basically a scan of one of your fingers at the WDW parks. The system should catch the vast majority of folks who are trying to use another person's ticket, though the system is not 100% perfect.
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                    • #11
                      Re: Disneyland Ticketing Policy

                      Biometrics eh? Thats not that hard of a system for Disney to implement.

                      I honestly don't know why the park still uses paper tickets... there's plenty of other options that could be safer (such as misuse, such as the idea behind this topic), have more features, and be less harmful to the environment
                      Last edited by Weekly-Visitor; 02-11-2008, 09:45 PM. Reason: Wording

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                      • #12
                        Re: Disneyland Ticketing Policy

                        as for the biometrics at WDW what a joke that is... When I went with a large group all of our tickets were jumbled up together and they still let us in.. no clue whos tickets was orgionally whos and half the time the thumb print was that of the CM who scanned our tickets... Stupid Biometrics never works...

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                        • #13
                          Re: Disneyland Ticketing Policy

                          Originally posted by Snow_White_Raven View Post
                          as for the biometrics at WDW what a joke that is... When I went with a large group all of our tickets were jumbled up together and they still let us in.. no clue whos tickets was orgionally whos and half the time the thumb print was that of the CM who scanned our tickets... Stupid Biometrics never works...
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