As you probably know we’ve been busy experimenting with the use of video within our marketing and social campaigns. If you’re interested in our recent attempts please visit our facebook page or our YouTube channel.
Today’s video should prove to be pretty popular, Teresa runs us through exactly what your major attraction tickets should look like. She runs us through Disney’s RFID tickets, Universal Orlando’s multi park tickets and SeaWorld’s gate ready eztickets.
Again a massive thank you to Teresa who I still the only person brave enough to get in front of the camera.
Here at Orlando Attraction Tickets we only offer gate ready tickets in to the major theme parks, it means you don’t have to go to guest services to swap a voucher for a real ticket, you just head straight to the turnstiles and in you go.
Each supplier offers slightly different ways of fulfillment which can be confusing, here’s our definitive guide to what you’ll receive from us.
The Disney tickets are made from plastic and are the size of a credit card. Disney generally offers 3 types of tickets, a 7 day, a 14 day and a 21 day ticket.
Disney have spent Billions of Dollars implementing their My Magic+ technology which went live in 2014 and the new RFID disney tickets play a big part in it. Check out our My Magic Plus / Fastpass plus guide here.
Disney have also recently added some new characters to the front of their ticket;
Universal tickets are made from cardboard and are the size of a credit card. Please note that the design on the front of Universal tickets can vary but will always be this shape and size. 🙂
SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment covers SeaWorld, Aquatica, Busch Gardens and Discovery Cove. They are leading the way in new line technology and are currently distributing gate ready tickets via email and print outs.