- Jul 25, 2008
2. The original 1-day non-hopper was bought in 2009 as part of a Free Dining Package from Disney.1. Correct.
2. You didn't say from whom you bought the ticket.
In many cases, you must wait until you get to WDW in order to upgrade, but you can certainly call and "ask nicely."
3. Again, you didn't say from whom you bought the ticket.
In many cases, it doesn't matter how much you actually paid for the ticket. In other cases, it does matter.
4. Go to the "Cost to Upgrade" post in this Sticky (HERE.)
Carefully read the situations (as in, from whom and when, you bought the ticket.)
Then, do the math.
If you need more help, please post back with more information on your ticket.
4. If I understand correctly, I take the 2016 price of the 1-day ticket (anywhere from $103-$132 depending on season and park) and subtract from the 2018 4-day base ticket price. The difference is what I would pay to upgrade. Since the 2009 ticket didn't have a season or park specific option, is there a way to figure out the math?