If you are on your vacation and decide you aren’t ready to leave, you can add additional park days to your Walt Disney World ticket. Here are 5 things you need to know about adding days:
1. You can not have more than a 10 day ticket. 10 days is the max. If you want to go over 10 days, you need to either purchase an annual pass or purchase another multi-day ticket.
2. If you have less than a 10 day ticket, you can add days to it. You will need to visit a ticket counter or guest services BEFORE the final day on your ticket is used. So if you have a 7 day ticket and you want to add an 8th day, you need to add it BEFORE you enter the park on your 7th day.
3. You will be charged the difference between the current ticket you hold and the one you want to purchase. Currently going from a 7 day ticket to an 8 day ticket would cost you under $20 + tax per ticket. Remember the longer you stay, the less you pay per day!
4. You can upgrade to an annual pass. If you want to upgrade your multi-day ticket to an annual pass, they will apply what you paid for the ticket to the cost of the pass. Just remember to do it BEFORE you use the final day admission on your ticket.
5. All of the days on a multi-day ticket must be used within 14 days of first use. This means that the first day you visit the park activates your 14 day period. Within that 14 day period, you need to use every day you paid for. On the 15th day, your ticket will be deactivated even if you had days left.
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