Star Wars Galaxy's Edge Family Walking Storm Troopers
  • On Dec 31, 2021
    Leah from NY Asked

    I want to buy 3 tickets for 3 parks, one park per day. Disney is telling me I have to use them within 4 days of each other. We wanted to space out our park days more than that during our 8 night stay. We are staying at hilton bonnet creek.Now what do I do?

    Hey there Leah! Welcome back to planDisney! Thank you for the chance to play a small part in your vacation planning! Isn't it great to know that you are one day closer to your Walt Disney World Resort vacation!?

    Let's get you out of this ticket pickle and one step closer to the Most Magical Place on Earth. Here are a few options for you to consider. 

    Option 1: You can separate your theme park ticket purchase into two transactions: one two-day park ticket purchase and a one-day park ticket purchase. 

    Purchasing a two-day ticket will give you a four-day window to head into the parks. 
    For example, you can visit Disney’s Animal Kingdom on day one of your vacation to ride Avatar Flight of Passage and Disney’s Hollywood Studios on vacation day four to stroll through Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge. This approach will give you space between your park days. 

    Then purchase a one-day ticket to visit Magic Kingdom Park for use on day seven of your vacation. Don't forget to grab a Cheshire Cat Tail from Cheshire Café.  

    While rest days typically include waking up late, lounging by the pool, and naps, don't forget to head over to Disney Springs for some relaxing shopping and tasty dining. 

    Option 2: Another option is to purchase four-day park tickets: you can add a trip to EPCOT or visit your favorite park twice! I know you only wanted three-day tickets but hear me out. You would get a chance to ride Slinky Dog Dash, Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, or Kilimanjaro Safaris twice and you could catch all those snacks you missed in the parks like a Lunch Box Tart from Woody's Lunch Box. Did I win you over yet? It's probably easy to see that I enjoy a good thrill ride and snack!

    Purchasing four-day park tickets will give you a seven-day window to head into the parks. Which allows you at least one rest day between each park day. 

    No matter which option you choose, you will soon be engulfed in the magic of Walt Disney World! 

    Until next time, 

    PG

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Meet the Panelist: Phillip, Alabama

Hi there! I’m Phillip from Alabama and you can consider me your skipper. I love helping families navigate the Walt Disney World Resort. Disney planning is like a trip through a jungle - there may be twists and turns but with a little patience and pixie dust I’m here to help you have the most magical time! Learn More About Phillip

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