Park Hopping w/ Waterparks and More tix


#1

We are adding the water parks and more option to our base tix, but not the park hopper option. Can we do a park and a water park in one day or is that considered hopping?


#2

You can do a park and a water park in 1 day.


#3

Thanks. New I would get an answer here.


#4

Does anyone know how many days at the waterparks you get with a 6 day pass?


#5

Usually 6. That includes disneyquest.


#6

As many days and as many parks as you can do in those days. If you have the waterpark and hopper option, you can do it all. So, if you think you could hit all parks, both waterparks, and disneyquest in one day, go for it! You can do it with those tickets. Every single day.


#7

She doesn’t have hopper option.


#8

We often went to a waterpark first thing in the morning and then hit one of the major parks in the afternoon. We were able to stay longer (we were renting a house at the time) as some days we would just opt for the park and some days just a waterpark or DisneyQuest. We found that we really didn’t need the park hopper option as we had more than enough time to get to the parks. I believe we had purchased the 10 day with waterpark option.


#9

We have been to WDW many times and we thought we would take a more relaxed approach this time. We don’t feel pressured to see everything and my kids have never had the chance to explore the waterparks or Disney Quest. I think leaving the hoppers out for this visit will work out fine especially considering the predicted 3,4,and 5 crowd levels at the parks during our stay.

Thanks everyone!


#10

As far as the water parks, what you wrote isn’t accurate. You can’t go to as many water parks and DisneyQuest as you want every day. There is no such thing as “park hopping” with the water parks. If you have the Water Park Fun & More option on your 6-day theme park ticket, this means you get 6 ADMISSIONS to the watedr parks and so on. If you go to Typhoon Lagoon in the morning, Blizzard Beach in the afternoon and then DisneyQuest that same night, you will have used up 3 of your 6 WPF&M admissions. It makes no difference if your ticket has the Park Hopper option, because park hopping only exists at the theme parks, not at the minor parks.


#11

We always get the Park Hopper plus Fun tickets for our stay. We will do a water park usually every other morning and hit a park in the afternoon, usually one near or where we have a dinner reservation.

We get the hopper option for the days we do not go to the water park as we sometimes will do two major parks those days.

It is nice to have a low key relaxing vacation in WDW.

PS, we love TL ove BB:)


#12

So if you have a 6-day ticket with the water park option, that is 6 days of 1 park each and 6 visits to the water parks, etc. If you only go to one place a day, can it be used for 12 days? It is 12 options. Or do you have to use it all up in 6 days?


#13

[QUOTE=fanofdisney;1065776]So if you have a 6-day ticket with the water park option, that is 6 days of 1 park each and 6 visits to the water parks, etc. If you only go to one place a day, can it be used for 12 days? It is 12 options. Or do you have to use it all up in 6 days?[/QUOTE]Disney Magic Your Way tickets are good for 14 days from the date of first use. So if you have a 6-day ticket, you have 14 days to use up all the entitlements.

Your 6 admissions to the water parks can be used on any of those 14 days. You can go to a water park (or two or three, etc.) on the same day you go to a theme park if you want. And you can go to a water park (or two, etc.) on a day when you don’t go to a theme park.

If you have the WPF&M option, think of your ticket as actually two separate tickets. You have your 6-day theme park ticket, and you also have your 6 admissions to WPF&M gates. How you use one of those tickets has nothing to do with how you use the other one … as far as how they are used, they are totally independent of each other.

So you have 6 days of “one theme park per day” and 6 WPF&M admissions.

So let’s say on Monday you go to Magic Kingdom and that’s all. You end the day with 5 theme park days and 6 WPF&M admissions remaining.

Then on Tuesday you go to Epcot in the morning, Typhoon Lagoon in the afternoon and DisneyQuest that night. You end that day with 4 theme park days and 4 WPF&M admissions remaining.

Then on Wednesday you go to Blizzard Beach and that’s it. You end that day with 4 theme park days and 3 WPF&M admissions.

On Thursday you hang around at your resort and maybe shop at Downtown Disney. You end that day with 4 theme park days and 3 WPF&M admissions.

And so on. Does all of that help explain how it all works???


#14

That was a great explanation! Thanks