Got a question here as I try to save some money. When traveling to WDW earlier this year, I was able to apply my 3-day ticket and upgrade to a 6-day ticket, paying only the difference. They applied the retail value of my 3-day pass, NOT the amount I paid for it, to the 6-day pass, and I was able to save a lot of green.
I'm wondering if Disneyland does the same thing. I want to upgrade a 2-day pass to a 3-day. I took a look on the web-o-tubes and the information was vague, saying that you could apply the value of your ticket for an upgrade - but it's not clear whether it's the face (i.e. discounted) value or the gate value.
The point is, I want to make sure I'm able to keep my discount. If I'm forced to pay the entire difference from the discounted price to the full gate price, it's completely useless. I want to make sure the amount applied to the upgrade is the full value of the ticket, despite the fact I got it at a discount. This worked just fine at WDW and I'm hoping it applies to DL as well.
Any confirmation/information is appreciated!