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1 day passes.

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1 day passes.

My wife and I bought 1 days passes off of Ebay a few months ago. We really don't want to spend more than 1 whole day at Disney but we would like to skip from park to park. Can we purchase a "hopper" option at the gate at Disney or will they not do that. Also if we could get a hopper option, is there one park that is generally less busy at the gate than another?

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1. Re: 1 day passes.

As far as I am aware one day hopper options are not available .Also I hope there is a days admission on the tickes for you as you won't know until you go to use them .Buying off e bay is always risky.

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2. Re: 1 day passes.

Yes, I was going to buy tickets off eBay as my cousin did and was very happy with her deal. Now, with the fingerprint entry, I'd pass on eBay tickets. What do others think?

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3. Re: 1 day passes.

Hello jxjipper,

Yes you may add on the park hopper option for $35.00 a ticket at any guest relations at the parks or at a Disney resort. Just a note though, it's impossible to get all 4 of Disney parks in one day! If your not traveling with children you might want to consider simply spending a whole day at Epcot and skipping the park hopper as it takes one full day or sometimes two to complete this park.

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I would go to Disney's website and do a little research on the parks to see which one would interest you the most, and then spend the entire day in that one park. You will lose a lot of time going from one park to the other, and you won't be able to give any of them the attention they really deserve. Each park has a different feel to it, so I'm sure you will find one that will really stand out for you.

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5. Re: 1 day passes.

Considering how much the "hopper" option costs to add to the ticket, for one day only, I'd skip this and find one park you can spend a whole day in.

Hopper options are geared more for multi-day tickets. The "old" one-day tickets had no hopper option at all to them.