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  • On Mar 22, 2022
    Robert from NJ Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    If you book the park and change your reservations can you change your park dates

    Hey there, Robert, and welcome to planDisney! Olaf said it best, “Things just keep on changing.” Wow, I really just quoted Frozen II on the internet. It’s pretty easy to see that I don’t get the TV to myself often these days! 

    Robert, according to Walt Disney World’s Ticket Expiration Guidelines, you get a window of time to use your Theme Park Tickets when you purchase 2-day or longer tickets. For example, if you purchase 4-day Theme Park Tickets, you get a seven-day window to use the tickets before they expire. Your timeline begins on your start date selected when you purchased the tickets, not the first day you actually use your tickets. So if your new park dates are within the window for your ticket type, you should have no problem changing your park reservation to one of these new dates. If you move your park dates to a new date outside of this window, I recommend reaching out to an Existing Tickets Cast Member at (407)934-7639 for further assistance. To edit your Disney Park Pass reservations, you will have to cancel your current park reservation and make a new reservation for your desired park. There is currently no option to directly edit your park reservation. 

    I hope I’ve answered your question, Robert. If not, or if you have additional questions, drop back by and let me know

    Until Next Time, 

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