Frequently Asked Questions
Can I visit more than one park in a day with my Disney 14-Day Ultimate Ticket?
Yes, the Disney 14-Day Ultimate Ticket allows you visit all of the Disney parks in one day and this would only constitute one day of use.
Does the Disney 14-Day Ultimate Ticket expire?
Yes, the Disney 14-Day Ultimate Ticket expires 14 days after the date it is first used irrespective of how many times the ticket has been used.
Do I have to visit Disney every day for the duration of the Disney 14-Day Ultimate Ticket?
No, you have complete freedom to visit the Disney parks as much or as little as you like for the duration of the ticket. I only want to visit Walt Disney World Resort for one day.
Can I buy one day Disney Ticket from Orlando Ticket Deals?
The minimum duration Disney ticket available for pre-purchase in the UK is the 7-Day Disney Ultimate ticket.
What is the Memory Maker?
Memory Maker is the fantastic Disney product that allows you to keep and share all the photographs taken of you and your family by Disney PhotoPass photographers in the parks, at select dining venues and all Disney ride photographs. Your photos are linked to your Disney account and can be downloaded as many times as you like. This product normally costs $199 per person, but is available for FREE with 2016 Disney adult tickets as an exclusive added-value benefit for UK and Irish customers pre-purchasing Disney World Florida Tickets.
Can the whole family use the Memory Maker service?
Memory Maker is designed to get the whole family in the picture capturing memories of your family posing together in front of Cinderella Castle, screaming down Splash Mountain, hugging Mickey Mouse and so much more. However, the Memory Maker entitlement can only be linked to one guest ticket/account and only this person can can download the photos taken. In addition, the Memory Maker Guest must be present when the photos are taken in order to get them sent to the associated to their Disney account.