E-tickets anyone?


#1

I was just on the official Disney website, and there is a new option to order special event tickets and print out your tickets at home. Has anyone tried this yet? Just wondering??


#2

hmmm cool concept. Sea world has that option…actually many theme parks have that option, so it’s cool that WDW is finally doing it. I wonder if the next step is to start doing that with ticket opions? we shall see.


#3

I wonder too. I am a bit torn though, since I love the hard tickets they send for special events. I am going to mull it over for a while.


#4

That’s exactly the reason why I wouldn’t do it!!! LOL, I love the pretty tickets they have. Although, they’ve made them into postcards!!! My favorite souviner from my last trip! :mickey:


#5

Really?? How cool is that? Did you post a picture in your trip report that I missed? I must go back and look it over!! :smile:


#6

We ordered our last set of park tickets electronically, online. On arrival you scan the barcode off your printed “electronic ticket” in a kiosk machine in the entrance of the T&T area. The machine spits out your park tickets, the standard paper kind. It worked really well, you didn’t need another form of ID, only the e-ticket. And, there is an attendant on hand to assist if you run into problems.

I could see them using the same process for event tickets, but I would hope it would spit out a specialize ticket for that event. ??


#7

Well you learn something new every day! I didn’t know you could do it with regular park tickets!:smile:


#8

I love this idea! I wish they’d also have those cool recipe cards from the restaurants available for downloading too.


#9

OH me too. But I would probably run out of ink on a daily basis then!!:smile:


#10

We do this for Universal. It’s a lot faster than buying tickets at the gate, and is especially handy for last-minute deals.


#11

Yeah but Universal doesn’t have the pretty tickets/passes that Disney does. Oh…wait…I forgot, I’m on a no Disney kick:whistling