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Thread: Ticket start-date earlier than arrival

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    Senior Member lovett1979's Avatar
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    Oct 2015

    Ticket start-date earlier than arrival

    So, I just realized something and want to run it by you all in case there's something that I'm not seeing. I'll be doing 4 consecutive days of parks Nov 1-Nov 4 for my Wine & Dine 10K trip. I had been planning on buying a 4-Day non-PH ticket, with Nov 1 being the start date. I just realized that I could buy a 4-Day non-PH ticket starting Oct 29 (which would be valid through Nov 4) for almost $12 less. (that's 2 Food & Wine items!) Is there any reason why I shouldn't do this?
    Nov 2019-W&D 10K (Pop); Aug 2019-"Family" Trip (Parc Soleil); Feb 2019-Festival of the Arts (POFQ); Nov 2018-40th Birthday Trip (Pop); Aug 2018-"Family" Trip (Parc Soleil), Nov 2017-Wine & Dine 5K (Pop), Aug 2017-"Family" Trip (Parc Soleil); May 2017-Tinkerbell 10K (Disneyland); Novr 2016-Wine & Dine 10K (POFQ); Aug 2016-"Family" Trip (Parc Soleil); Nov 2015-1st Solo Trip (All-Star Movies); Aug 2015-"Family" Trip (Parc Soleil); Aug 2014-"Family" Trip (Parc Soleil)

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    Senior Member hizouse's Avatar
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    Oct 2015
    Monument, CO
    The only downside I see is if you get sick or tired, decide to have a rest day, and then extend your last day to the 5th. Covering that small possibility wouldn't be worth $12 to me. I'd do it.

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