Mon 7/14/2008 11:14a
|VONS In southern california has 3 day hopper passes for $99..AWESOME DEAL! My question is, since they don't check id at the store, would they check id at the gate at the park? i was told only if u have a voucher that u printed off line..but pass i believe, is like a plastic card. I live in Vegas, but my cali friend might come w/ so if they do check id can my cali friend use his id for us?|
Mon 7/14/2008 11:32a
|My husband says that as long as one person in your group is from s. cal you're good. However, we've never actually done this, so if someone else says different, believe them. :-) |
Mon 7/14/2008 12:14p
|All I can say is that the Tickets are clearly marked that each and every person using the ticket is supposed to live in the Southern California or Baja California, Mexico zip codes.|
Disney does have the right to ask for ID's at the turnstiles on any of the 3 days of use.
And I know it has happened in the past. They don't check all the tickets, but it is possible.
Mon 7/14/2008 7:30p
|Since you're from Vegas, you might be a gambler. Show up at the main gate and see what happens, but with the full knowledge that they may check your ID and deny you entry. |
What's the over/under? I'll take a piece of that action.
Mon 7/14/2008 7:35p
|Hmm someone mentioned putting an extra person in their room at the DLH and got the wrath of all about stealing, cheating, and lying - |
Isn't buying a ticket you don't qualify for qualify as doing the same?
Mon 7/14/2008 9:04p
|It's up to Disney to enforce their rule.|
Mon 7/14/2008 9:07p
|Wouldn't that be the same as sneaking an extra person in your hotel room --- I really don't care - I am just trying to figure out why so many people have a problem with sneaking extra people in a hotel room - but don't see the simularity in sneaking in on a ticket you aren't qualified to have!|
Mon 7/14/2008 9:15p
|I would think that the worst that could/would happen is they would require you to upgrade the ticket to the non-So-Cal version, as I don't believe they would be confrontational about it.|
No side on this issue, just my opinion.
Mon 7/14/2008 9:42p
|You are Spot on...gottaluvdavillians , |
you inner voice always tells you right from wrong, it may not seem like a big deal to many , but it is wrong to abuse the rules that are in place for everyone,
you can Fool some of the people at Disney some of the time, but you can't fool all of the people at Disney all of the time, one thing for certain, you can even fool your self but you absolutely Can Not fool God..one day we all will
have to answer for all things that we have wrongly done....
you are Spot on gottaluvdavillians ,
we can not stop people from being dishonest , those who know it is not right will feel guilty, those who don't feel guilty , should not complain when another wrongs them...
Mon 7/14/2008 10:21p
|This is an interesting promotion, especially when you consider Woody's on the ticket and that it's in conjunction with the SoCal marketing campaign for TSMM. If people are incented to buy these discounted tickets as a result of the marketing campaign, then it eliminates the issue of getting to the resort only to be shocked with the "Hey wait a minute - the new ride isn't at DL?" and then be forced to buy a two-park hopper unexpectedly in order to get what is almost certainly the anticipated experience for most: ride the new ride, and all the favorites at DL. Plus, DCA will quite likely get the turnstile click for at least the first day as people head to TSMM.|