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question about selling Disneyland tickets

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Mrs Patch 1
jenn 1
gbob 1
YouReallyThinkSo 2
blah blah blah 3
ooorah69P 1
shizzlemydizzle 1
Champ 3
carlyrod 1
a3119155uu 1
pamL 1

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jenn --- 2 years ago -

I'm trying to sell my hopper passes b/c we already went once and we don't plain on going back, so my question is, can anyone buy them or only military? Thanks! 

shizzlemydizzle --- 2 years ago -

What does it say on the ticket?

If should say if it's transferable or not. 

Champ --- 2 years ago -

I know when we went to disney my husband had to take the tickets to the ticket office and activate them. He needed his military ID- we had 2 friends join us the second half of the trip, and my husband once again had to go up to the ticket booth and activate them for our friends. (though I could have done it with my ID as well) So, I believe it would have to be military only, but I've always wondered if they somehow "log" the tickets to prevent people from getting other military personel "buying" them for them, when they had more people than the 6 tickets it allowed you to buy or wanted to go an additional time. 

blah blah blah --- 2 years ago -

Did you buy them at ITT? If so they say NO TRADING OR RESALE. 

Mrs Patch --- 2 years ago -

I've read over and over that people sell them just fine. You need the military ID to activate them, but once that's done they're good for the remaining days. How much are you selling them for? You can contact me privately if you wish. 

YouReallyThinkSo --- 2 years ago -

Ive read people sell them and I have read that half the time it works the other it doesnt. I wouldnt sell them to someone with that risk. Isnt your name on them? We had friends that went also and they brought friends activated the tickets and the friends tried going back without them and Disney denied them. Told them they have to have someone military or a dependent with them. Some times they are strict and other times not just like most things. Imagine the disappointment on a kids face if his family couldnt get in. I couldnt do it. 

gbob --- 2 years ago -

Once they are activated they don't ask for ID. We bought ours from ITT and they were the 3 day hoppers. We were given vouchers which were changed into tickets at the gate. That is when we had to show ID. Once they gave us actual tickets, we were never asked for ID again. 

blah blah blah --- 2 years ago -

It doesnt matter if it will work or not. When you purchese the military tickets you sign for them and in that paper you sign it says you will not trade or sale the tickets. And if you get caught doing it you wont beable to buy military tickets again. And like said above some work some dont. Once you use one day your name is on them and if someone else uses them and buy a chance they ask for an ID and it doesnt match it wont work. 

pamL --- 2 years ago -

We gave some to my brother & gf when they were visiting. They were the military hopper passes and they had 0 issues using them, they do not check at the gate. 

Champ --- 2 years ago -

I think it's just kind of a jerk thing to do. I mean these companies don't have to offer military discounts of any sort, but they do. Just to have people try and take advantage of it. I don't care if the company makes millions, it's wrong. 

carlyrod --- 2 years ago -

Disneyland didn't print our name on the tickets nor did they make us in their presence. We left left it blank and only showed our ID when taking the voucher (from ITT) to get the actual tickets. 

Champ --- 2 years ago -

we signed the back of ours in their pressence per instruction. 

YouReallyThinkSo --- 2 years ago -

People who are selling them are going to ruin it for others. They do this as a thank you and the least people can do is follow the rules. 

blah blah blah --- 2 years ago -

I think it's just kind of a jerk thing to do. I mean these companies don't have to offer military discounts of any sort, but they do. Just to have people try and take advantage of it. I don't care if the company makes millions, it's wrong.

Exactly.

People who are selling them are going to ruin it for others. They do this as a thank you and the least people can do is follow the rules.

Sadly this happens alot. And it sucks. If your buying tickets go somewhere with the family and have fun. Dont try to resale them. 

ooorah69P --- 2 years ago -

People who are selling them are going to ruin it for others. They do this as a thank you and the least people can do is follow the rules.

I agree. Ask most any Filipina about it. They do it all the time. I say that because i used to be married to one that did that. Her and her military spouse friends would go in a group and each buy their allotted tickets. They'd go and activate them, then sell them to their "non-military" friends. They still do it, though my ex is now one of the "non-military friends".

Someone will eventually ruin it for those who do follow the rules in good faith. 

a3119155uu --- 2 years ago -

I used to work for Disney and I can tell you that these tickets are NON-TRANSFERABLE. There is the possibility that you could get away with it, but i would hate to plan a trip to the park and then get stuck at the turnstiles. 

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