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  • On Jul 30, 2022
    Gonzalo from CA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I accidentally bought my ticket for Disney World in Florida and wanted to see if I can change my ticket for Disney California Adventures?

    Hi Gonzalo! Welcome to planDisney.

    Wow! I am so sorry to read about your coastal mix-up in purchasing your Disney vacation Theme Park Tickets. While I would love to persuade you to join The World's Most Magical Celebration in Florida, I understand you were trying to get a west coast vibe.

    Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort use two different ticketing systems, thus making tickets between the two parks nontransferable between coastal locations. Unfortunately, Walt Disney World Resort Theme Park Tickets are both nonrefundable and nontransferable. Also note, that the value of any unused or expired ticket can always be used towards the purchase of a new or future Walt Disney World Resort Theme Park Ticket in Florida. In your circumstance, I can only direct you to the Existing Tickets Help Center to explain your unique situation. I am Wishing Upon a Star a friendly Cast Member will offer you assistance or suggestions.

    Once you get your coastal dilemma sorted, I invite you back to planDisney to ask our Disneyland Resort panelist specialist all your California vacation questions. We have the very best tips and tricks to help navigate all your Disneyland Resort inquiries.

    Keeping it Magical,
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Meet the Panelist: Cindy, Louisiana

Hey Guys, I'm Cindy (not the one from the castle) but a simple girl from Louisiana. I'm ready to help you navigate all things Walt Disney World Resort. Especially, if you love EPCOT festivals, adult trips, girls weekend getaways and my favorite runDisney weekends. So send me your questions, I'm here to help. Learn More About Cindy

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