Has anyone bridged a discount ticket from a 3rd party recently? I did it back in April, but I need to get APs for my 4 kids now and I’m nervous about whether or not it will work this time.
Anyone know if they are still doing upgrades over the phone?
I bought a three day base for December from undercover tourist about a month ago added it to MDE and then called Disney and had them convert it to an annual pass two weeks ago. And I saved a little money versus what it would have cost me to buy either of these direct through Disney. It still works. I will say though that there is a button on MDE and WDW website to “change ticket” and this will not work—you have to call
Will you have to go to guest services when you arrive in December? I want to convert our 6 day PHs to APs. Just wondering if I should make them 7 days that way I have a day left on the ticket for our last day in DS and do it then.
I specifically asked about this as I remembered in the past something about “activating” them at guest services before using…the cast member said that tapping into the park for the first time would activate them but that I would still need to go by guest services to pick up the physical annual pass card to be able to get annual pass discounts.
I just show them my pass in my Mobile Wallet and they accept that for discounts.
Good to know! (…I take most cast member answers with a grain of salt)
And @kerrilux_625778 this is great intel! I really don’t want to have to deal with it until our last day in DS. I have a Disney Visa and am fine with getting that discount where available for this trip. Can you think of any specific instance where an AP discount would be wildly better?
You don’t use the card for discounts anymore. They make you show your AP in the App so they can see that’s active and not expired.
I bought tickets for my 4 kids through Boardwalk Ticketing a couple of days ago. I linked them this morning, then called in and had them upgraded. I should note, we are DVC, and were upgrading to the DVC (Sorcerer’s) Pass. I ended up saving about $70/ticket doing it this way. Took a little extra time, but worth it for the savings in my opinion.