Pluto at Magic Kingdom
  • On Mar 9, 2022
    Amanda from MS 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 bought my disney tickets for march 18, 2022 for magic kingdom but dont recall reserving a theme park. i really need help

    Hi there, Amanda! Welcome to planDisney, where we aim to help our fellow Guests plan Disney vacations that are practically perfect in every way.

    I am so sorry to hear that you're having trouble locating your Theme Park Reservation for Magic Kingdom Park! But Hakuna Matata, no worries. We can try to do a few things to get you on your way to the magic. 

    The first thing I'd like you to do is to make sure that you didn't make a Theme Park Reservation in the first place. If you did, you'll be able to locate it very easily through your My Disney Experience mobile app! All you need to do is open the app, click on the Home icon at the bottom left corner of your screen, and scroll down. If you do have an active reservation, you should be able to see it here. If you don't have an active reservation, you'll need to make one now.

    Amanda, I went ahead and checked the Theme Park Reservation Availability Calendar for you. Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be any availability for any Theme Park except for EPCOT on March 18, 2022, but there's still one more thing we could try. First of all, I'd like you to make a reservation for EPCOT. To do this, simply head to the Walt Disney World Resort website, hover over the Parks & Tickets tab, and click on Theme Park Reservations. Now, scroll down just a bit and click on Theme Park Tickets. The website will now prompt you to sign in, after which you'll need to create your party, pick a date, and choose a Theme Park. Since EPCOT is the only Theme Park available on that date, you'll need to click on it to continue. And now that you have secured your reservation, we can move on to what I'd like you to do next!

    My first recommendation is that you keep checking back to see if more reservation spots open up for Magic Kingdom Park. However, I know that your vacation is fast approaching, so this trick might not work to our advantage. If you're unable to find availability for Magic Kingdom Park, my next suggestion would be to upgrade your Standard Theme Park Ticket to a Park Hopper Ticket. This will allow you to visit EPCOT in the morning and then hop over to Magic Kingdom Park after 2 p.m. To do this, you'll need to speak to a Cast Member at (407) 934-7639 and pay the price difference. If my first tip didn't work and you don't want to pay an extra amount for the upgrade, your last option would be to wait to speak to a Guest Relations Cast Member in person.

    I hope that you're able to make it to Magic Kingdom Park this Friday, Amanda! Please don't hesitate to come back here if you need any further assistance with your Disney vacation. We're happy to help, as always!

    See you real soon, pal.

    Ana Paula
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Meet the Panelist: Ana Paula, Mexico

¡Hola from Mexico City! I love to sing, hang out with my dogs, listen to Disney music, read, and watch Frozen on repeat. I am also an English teacher, and I love surprising my students with pixie dusted lessons and warm hugs whenever I can! I am thrilled and excited to share my knowledge about EPCOT and the rest of the Walt Disney World Resort–in English and Spanish–with you. ChEARS! Learn More About Ana Paula

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