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FS Orlando disney tickets + 4 park pass

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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months agoFeedback:3 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
I have 2 adult and 1 child 7 day no expiration passes to disney in orlando for sale.
These tickets have not been used and are the sort that can be used as days until the are used up.
In other words you can go there this year and go into disney for say 2 days and then still uses them next year and the year after until you have used up all the days.

Adult tickets for £180 each
Child ticket for £130

I also have a 4 park adult pass for Universal studios,seaworld,wet'n'wild and islands of adventure this will allow you entry to these parks as many times as you wish within a 14 day period. The 14 days starts from the first use of the ticket.

4 park ticket £100

Sorry Child disney ticket is 4 days only with park hopper plus. Meaning you can enter as many of the parks each day as you wish.
I cant garauntee that this one is non expirational unlike the others (ie cant remember if this one can be used year in year out until all days used)

So am prepared to sell child ticket for £85
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Adult disney now £160
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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months agoFeedback:3 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative

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when you bought them did they force you to stick your fingers in a scanner thing?

the child is a 4 day ticket?

As far as I know these tickets are ones that do not require you to be scanned (no promises on that though!)

Doesn't sound very promising. If I was to buy them only to be refused entry it would be a disaster. Can't you confirm one way or the other? How and where did you get the tickets? You should remember a finger scan if it happened...
ill give ya £50 for the child ticket. its a risk i know but maybe worth it. as they dont ask kids to scan fingers.
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Went 2 years ago bought our tickets in the UK never did any finger scanning until we started using the tickets so if these have never been used like the op says there is no risk.
As I said they have never been used and so even if you were required to be fingerprint scanned you would be the first user and so you would be the only one who is able to use them.
I bought them whilst out in florida a few years ago from disney itself.

As for doesnt sound promising these were bought before disney started scanning and are still valid just never used. As I have never been scanned there I am being honest and telling you I dont know if you will be required to undergo fingerprint scanning with them!

Ok, all sounds good. All I wanted clarifying was that your fingerprint wasn't taken when you bought them. Thanks for the info.
disney ticket 14 days ultimate only £169 here
this includes all the watrer parks etc
also child orlando flexiticket only £97 for 14 days here
Biometrics were brought in after these tickets were bought
Disney stopped selling there tickets a while ago, they now sell date stamped time limit tickets.
As long as these have not been activated they are perfectly fine for use.

You will need to take them to Guest Services by the gate to exchange them for newer tickets when you get there as these are not biometric enabled.
ebay them if no interest here? these kind of tickets always attract best prices there. I sold unused portion of DLP on ebay and got more than expected.
Id agree. ebay is your best bet.

I had nothing but hassle with the finger print thing - and they were bought by me!

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