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  • On May 17, 2022
    Amanda 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.

    Hi, is there a way to buy a package with only 1 disney park

    Hiya Amanda - welcome to planDisney!

    I'm so glad you found us and have stopped by to ask a question for our team of panelists. We love helping Guests just like you plan your very own magical Walt Disney World vacations! It looks like you're planning for a visit next month - how exciting! The Walt Disney World 50th Anniversary Celebration is in full swing with brand new attractions and experiences, phenomenal entertainment, delicious food, and so much more - you're going to have a magical time!

    There are several different ways for you to book your Walt Disney World Resort vacation, and Vacation Packages are one great option. Currently, I'm seeing that booking a Vacation Package includes Disney Resort hotel accommodations and Theme Park Tickets for a minimum of 2 days (or up to the number of days corresponding to check-in day through, and including, check-out day). So, if you are planning to stay for 3 nights, your Vacation Package could include 2-day, 3-day, or 4-day Theme Park Tickets.

    In your question, you asked about one Theme Park, so I'm not sure if you're referring to only one day visiting Theme Parks, or if you'd only like to visit one of the four Theme Parks during your trip for one or more days. If you're only interested in one Theme Park, but want to visit multiple days, go ahead and book a Vacation Package including Base Tickets, which allow you to visit one Theme Park each day with a valid Park Pass Reservation. If you'd like to plan a vacation and only visit the Theme Parks for one day, you'd want to book your Disney Resort hotel room (not as a Package), and then purchase your 1-day Theme Park Tickets separately.

    Regardless of how many days you want to visit the parks, you can add the Park Hopper Option to your ticket. Doing so allows you to visit other available Theme Parks after 2 p.m. each day after starting your day at the park where you made a Park Pass Reservation. So, for example, if you only have one day, but want to visit more than one park, you'd want to purchase a 1-day Theme Park Ticket with the Park Hopper Option.

    I hope this helps you navigate your options, but if not, please stop by and ask us a follow-up question!

    Ryan J.
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