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  • [Question] Ticket question

    I'm going to be staying off property for 7 days, so I will buy my tickets on my own. But for the last 3 days I'm going to be staying on property. Obviously, it makes more sense to buy a 7 day, than a 4 and a 3 day...but does it make a difference how I buy my tickets in order to take advantage of Magic Hours? Do I still get the same perks of staying on property if I check in with my tickets already in hand? Thanks for your help.

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    Re: Ticket question

    The Magic hours have nothing to do with your tickets, but have to do with your room key. They check that to make sure you are staying on property and therefore entitled to the extra magic hours.
    It doesn't matter where you obtain your tickets, and maybe a good idea to do the 7 day just incase you want to visit the parks after you are done with your other Orlando attractions to see the fireworks, Fantasmic or Illuminations. Depending on when you are going they don't always offer the fireworks or Fastasmic so you may have to stop in when they are offered if you are interested in seeing them.

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      Re: Ticket question

      Thanks for the advice.

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