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Disneyland Park Hopper tickets transferable?

DesertSilver 211 April 9, 2012 at 08:40 AM in Entertainment (2)
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Several years ago, I purchased multi-day Disneyland Park Hopper (California) tickets and was able to give them away to someone else that was able to use the remaining days I happened to have left, as long as it was before 13 days from first use. I'm planning another trip to Disneyland and wondering if this will still work.

I've heard from some people that the park might now use some fingerprinting or something that would prevent someone else from using my tickets. Anyone know if this is true or if there's anything that would prevent someone else from using my remaining days if I gave away the tickets? TIA

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I went to disnleyland last year and they did not have this technology. I heard that Disneyworld did at that time, so its not inconceivable that Disneyland now does.
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Tickets are non-transferable. They were non-transferable several years ago as well but that obviously didn't keep you from doing so.
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Nope. They require a finger or thumbprint with the "card" style tickets (which are all the extended day or park hopper tickets) now.
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My family was there recently and for adults (18+), they do require fingerprint scan. My kids of 5, 7 , 9 yo did not require fingerprint scan
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My family was there recently and for adults (18+), they do require fingerprint scan. My kids of 5, 7 , 9 yo did not require fingerprint scan
Are you speaking about Disneyland (California)? I'm getting conflicting information now. Have people telling me yes and no about Disneyland having fingerprint scanners.
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Quote from DesertSilver View Post :
Are you speaking about Disneyland (California)? I'm getting conflicting information now. Have people telling me yes and no about Disneyland having fingerprint scanners.
Irrelevant.

Straight from the horses mouth: http://disneyland.disney.go.com/faq/e-tickets/

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Tickets are nontransferable and must be used by the same person on any and all days. Disney is not responsible for lost or stolen tickets.
Just for your info...the last time I was there (which was December of last year) they did not have any finger print scanning.
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