• On Oct 18, 2021
    Bravin from WV Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We already have two day parkhopper tickets on my family account that expire in 7 years. We are traveling in Dec for a 7 day trip to WDW. If we buy new 7 day tickets can the tickets we already have be saved for a later date?

    Hi Bravin, 

    Welcome to planDisney and thank you for reaching out to us with your question about Theme Park Tickets.  It looks like you are planning a visit to Walt Disney World Resort during the Holiday Season, how magical!  For me, there is nothing more festive that Christmas at Walt Disney World Resort, I love the holiday decorations, the specialty snacks and the holiday experiences found all around the property. 

    You can absolutely save your 2-Day Theme Park Tickets with the Park Hopper Option for a later date.  When you arrive at Walt Disney World Resort and scan your Theme Park Tickets at the touch points for the first time, ask a Cast Member to prioritize your 7-Day Theme Park Tickets to be used first, instead of your 2-Day Theme Park Tickets.  After that, you shouldn't have to worry!  I do strongly recommend that once you purchase your Theme Park Tickets, book your Theme Park Reservations using the Disney Park Pass System right away.  Guests are now required to have both a valid Theme Park Ticket as well as a Theme Park Reservation for every day they wish to enter into a Theme Park.  Since your visit is quickly approaching, you should book your reservations to avoid disappointment if the Theme Parks reach capacity. 

    Another option for you would be to add days on to your existing Theme Park Ticket.  Once you arrive at Walt Disney World Resort, head over to guest relations and a Cast Member will be able to upgrade your Theme Park Ticket to a 7 day Theme Park Ticket.  This could be a little risky, since capacity is still limited and you will be visiting during a busy time.  As previously mentioned, guests are required to have both a Theme Park Ticket as well as a Theme Park Reservation so leaving your Theme Park Reservations until you arrive may be problematic if your preferred Theme Parks are no longer available.  

    I hope this information was useful, Bravin.  If you have any other questions, please come back to planDisney, we are always happy to assist.  

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