Water Parks and finger scan


#1

To make a long story very short, I have several “old” hopper plus tickets (the old kind that never expire which came before the MYW tickets) that I know I still have water park days on. The problem is, I don’t know which ticket belongs to which member of my family. Does it matter? I hate for them to go to waste. Do we finger scan at the water parks? Thanks!


#2

I don’t know about finger scanning at the water parks. But I don’t think it matters if the tickets and the person’s finger scan match up. As long as the tickets were all bought at the same time, I believe they’re all linked to one finger ID.

A friend just returned home from his trip. He and his wife didn’t think about the scanning thing and mixed up their tickets with their kids’ tickets. In the end, it was never an issue.

Could be totally wrong though.


#3

Thanks- and the more I think about it, I don’t recall TL having a biometric scanner…


#4

I think you should be alright! I’m willing to bet this happens all the time, and the CMs know how to handle it!


#5

Went to BB last trip, don’t remember the scanners there.