Could you get your Dad to call them? Then he could explain everything and as it is his debit card, he could give you permission over the phone.I used my dad's debit card (with permission) to pay for thorpe park tickets online, we've had the tickets printed out for ages but there was another part to the email that said my dad had to write a, sort of, permission letter, but I cant find the email, tried looking on their website and searching on google but no luck, so I don't know what infomation to put, or what to write! I'm going tomorrow as well!
I'm not very good at talking on the phone so I don't really want to ring them if I can help it lol
If you can help, thanks :)
If you already printed the tickets, there should be no problem. The problem usually is when people buy the tickets online and can't print them. When this happens they come to the Will Call booth to get their tickets. This is where it gets ugly. We have to prove that they bought those tickets. Generally we ask for ID. But, when teens are dropped off with out mom and dad, we use other ways of determining if those tickets are really theirs (like checking the name listed on the tickets or asking for the purchasers name, address, etc). This only works for my dad (mom, grandma, etc.) bought the tickets, because that is a common scenario. Calling on the phone doesn't help. We have no way of knowing if that is the correct person on the other end of the line.You ******* failed...
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