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Old 19 Aug 19, 03:04 PM  
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Ooh that's interesting. I wonder if it will continue into next year
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We would definitely be interested if it continued into Feb/Mar 2020
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Could someone explain/confirm please...and sorry Im confused 🤔
If I bought a two day mid park hopper plus option would I get two days in the themes park (multiple parks if I wanted) and a day at a water park or would the water park day need to be used as one of the two days of the ticket?
We are going October and since Blizzard Beach will be closed 😭 obvs just option of Typhoon lagoon.

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Originally Posted by lgmpm5 View Post
Could someone explain/confirm please...and sorry Im confused 🤔
If I bought a two day mid park hopper plus option would I get two days in the themes park (multiple parks if I wanted) and a day at a water park or would the water park day need to be used as one of the two days of the ticket?
We are going October and since Blizzard Beach will be closed 😭 obvs just option of Typhoon lagoon.

I know a dibber will be able to explain this to me
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The 2 days is 2 days of entry, whatever parks or water parks you do.

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Originally Posted by Procrastinator View Post
The 2 days is 2 days of entry, whatever parks or water parks you do.

Useful tickets for anyone who wants a bit of disney, but not a lot of disney!
Actually, youll get two days at the main parks plus an additional two visits to the waterparks (or mini-golf).

So, potentially, you could visit Disney parks over 4 days in total.
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Originally Posted by Nimbus View Post
Actually, youll get two days at the main parks plus an additional two visits to the waterparks (or mini-golf).

So, potentially, you could visit Disney parks over 4 days in total.
Still not sure I read it that way, but will take your word for it. Good alternative option to have available!
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Originally Posted by Procrastinator View Post
Still not sure I read it that way, but will take your word for it. Good alternative option to have available!
I assume the Park Hopper Plus option works the same for these Mid-day tickets as it does for the other tickets. And with the other tickets you get an equal number of additional visits to the waterparks as you do days on your ticket (and the days only apply to the main parks).

Perhaps UndercoverTourist explains it better?

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We've just purchased a 3 day version (No Park Hopper) of this ticket from Undercover Tourist. We are going in October but only for 7 nights and we already have Universal Annual Passes so this worked out a lot cheaper for us than doing a UK 7 day ticket that we wouldn't even get the full use out of.
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This would be good for us if it was the other way around as we are always in the parks for rope drop and out for lunch - I could see a problem in policing it this way around though
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This would be good for us if it was the other way around as we are always in the parks for rope drop and out for lunch - I could see a problem in policing it this way around though
As you say, it would be difficult to police this. Also, I assume Disney are doing this because they are finding the mornings are a bit busier than they expected at the moment. They are trying to encourage people to come in the afternoons rather than the mornings.

Also, remember that these tickets are only valid until 15th December this year. I don't believe they've ever been sold in the past so I'm not sure that they would be on sale next year.
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