Walt Disney World Tickets

When people visit Disney, the idea of proper storage and safety of their Walt Disney World tickets does not often cross their minds. In actuality, however, storage and safety of your Walt Disney World tickets are one of the most important things you can do to insure your vacation at Walt Disney World is as stress free as possible. With a few tips you can make sure your Walt Disney World tickets are stored properly and kept safe.

The magnetic strips on the back of the Walt Disney World tickets are notorious for being easily demagnetized. If you keep your tickets too close to other cards with magnetic strips you can demagnetize your Walt Disney World tickets. It's best to keep your Walt Disney World tickets away from your credit and debit cards, if at all possible. You should also keep your Walt Disney World tickets away from cell phones that are turned on. The signal of the phone can very easily demagnetize your Walt Disney World tickets. If you do find yourself in a situation where your Walt Disney World tickets have been demagnetized, you can have the ticket gate attendant or the customer service representative fix your ticket. While this is a relatively easy process, it does slow down the line at the ticket gate inconveniencing you and everyone behind you. If you take the proper precautions when it comes to storing your Walt Disney World tickets you can insure that your tickets will remain active and ready to use whenever you need them.

Once you know how to store your tickets, it's important to know how to keep them safe. Walt Disney World tickets are a valuable commodity, especially when they still have valid days of admission left on them. People have been known to have their tickets stolen presumably to have them be resold illegally. When you first purchase your tickets, write down the information you may find on the back of the ticket. There is generally a string of numbers somewhere on the back of your ticket. It is with this number that Disney can pull up your ticket out of their computer system. If your ticket is ever stolen or if you lose it somehow, you can give that number to a customer service representative who can then reissue you a ticket. Taking the time to make a note of your ticket's identifying number can save you a lot of hassle and frustration. If you were to lose or misplace your ticket, you can save yourself a lot of money by making a note of the ticket's number. Disney also provides methods to take care of your ticket while you are swimming. You do not want to leave your ticket lying on your beach chair at the Disney water parks and pools. Instead you can utilize a card carrying case that Disney sells to store your tickets on your person while you are swimming. This case is waterproof and often has the logo of the water park or resort where it was purchased. Thus, the carrying case can be a souvenir as well as safe storage for your Walt Disney World tickets. If you take the time to make sure your ticket is safe and stored appropriately you can cut down on any stress that may pop up during your Disney vacation.