Single Day Tickets - Will I Make a Package?


#1

I am making a quick trip in 23 days with my granddaughter to use expiring airline tickets. I booked 2 nights at AS Sports as room only. Plans are finally settled but there is a small chance the dates might need to be moved. I must use the airline tickets by mid-February. I would like to add single day tickets to MK now so I can make FFP reservations for each of us. Disney is the cheapest place to buy the 1 day tickets. Will I recreate a package and loose the 5 day cancellation time for the room only reservation? I would like to keep the flexibility for another 10 days but hate to delay making FFP any longer.


#2

Nope it won't make a package. You can purchase the tickets separately and then link to whoever you need to. Room is already booked and loaded in MDE with deposit already paid?


#3

Thanks


#4

As mentioned above, adding separately purchased tickets will not turn you reservation into a package.

However, I am curious - why are you buying only a single day ticket? As your hotel reservation is for two nights you will have up to 4 days in the parks. As unused tickets don't expire, I would buy the number of days that I would need so that I can make FPP reservations for the whole trip.


#5

Trip is limited due to work schedule. We are flying in Saturday evening, touring on Sunday, flying home early Monday. We have a long drive to and from the airport which has limited schedules to Florida. I am an accountant, so I can't justify sending an additional $200 for another days ticket for DGD and me for 2 to 3 hours in a park on Saturday night or Monday morning. We don't go often enough to make an annual pass work.

Am I missing a strategy here?


#6

Ah, I see now - with your flight schedule there really is no value in getting an extra day. Still, one day in a park is much better than none! :smiley: