Tickets and room key?


#1

I know this has been discussed before but I can’t find a definitive answer.

I have a DVC reservation for room only. I am going to buy my park tickets at check-in at the resort.

Will they put my park tickets on the room key…or…will I get a room key and a separate park card?

:mickey: Thanks:mickey:


#2

I would like to know this answer to this too as my first DVC visit is coming up and I will be buying tickets at check-in as well.


#3

They can do it either way.


#4

If you are told no, then question it.

When we went in June/July last year, we had tickets from a previous trip. They said they could not put the tickets on the room keys. It sure would have been easier if they had.


#5

If you purchase the tickets at the desk at check in, they can put it on your room key. If you bring tickets with you, they cannot. I don’t understand why, but they can’t. They put the DDP on your room key so it’s really annoying…


#6

That’s good to know!!!


#7

I don’t find having my ticket separate from my key to be much of a problem, but we have APs, so it’s not an option anyway. I’m just commenting, it isn’t so bad.


#8

Yes I just called them today. If you purchase them somewhere else they will not put them on the room keys. But if you purchase them @ WDW they will.


#9

Makes sense to me.

As a father of 4 kids under the age of 10, I am the keeper of the tickets. It would be easier if they were all on the room keys.


#10

I feel you…I am only the keeper of two keys and tickets and it’s still a bit much. It’s not horrible, but it could be simplified by having them all in one.


#11

Rlander’s away today… so thanks for the help guys!!


#12

opps…forgot to say thanks for the answer. In the past we have bought our tickets at the Disney Store and end up with 4 room keys and 4 tickets. Like Cincy said, being the keeper of the tickets it will be easier on the pocket with only 4 cards instead of 8.


#13

Do you still get the advanced purchase discount if you purchase at check in? We too are staying DVC in November and I would have 8 different cards to keep up with if we do seperate.


#14

I was just talking to a CM the other day and she said if you purchase online there is no reason they can’t put it all on 1 key, your dining options will be added. I would question it and see if someone else may know how to do it because that might be the problem-someone just doesn’t know how to yet.


#15

I always keep everything on my lanyard so it’s no biggy but it would be easier if all were on one.


#16

This is really good to know! Last time, DH and I were juggling a bunch of single-day tickets and we were paranoid the entire time that we would accidentally lose one of them. :pinch: Of course, they were tickets given to us by a friend, so we didn’t really have a choice this time.

But it’s good to know that next time we can purchase our tickets there and have them added to our keys! That would save a lot of worry for me. I’ve always hated having to carry paper tickets. :noo: