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  • On Jan 11, 2024
    Alex from AZ Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hello, if I were to buy tickets tonight (1/10/24) and for some reason needed to reschedule my trip, how many days do I have until tickets expire? And if my tickets expire how many days do I have to use my paid amount towards future tickets?

    Welcome to planDisney, Alex! It's always a pleasure to help our fellow Guests plan their most magical Disney vacations!

    We understand that Guests' plans can change, so it's wonderful to know that there is a fair degree of flexibility in using your Disneyland Resort theme park tickets. The answer to your question depends on the ticket type that you purchased. For example, One-Day tickets purchased today on the official Disneyland website or mobile app would be valid for use through December 30, 2025, while multi-day tickets must be used by January 12, 2026, or within 13 days of their first use, whichever comes first.   

    If you need a little more time to reschedule a visit, you should know that Guests also have the option to use the value of a wholly-unused, expired theme park ticket toward the purchase of a new ticket of equal or greater value, unless otherwise stated in the terms and conditions of your ticket purchase. If you end up needing to go this route, I would recommend calling to speak with a Cast Member by phone, using the Tickets line. They'll be happy to help guide you through this process. 

    Ultimately, if you find that your plans change and you need to amend your visit dates, it is fairly straightforward to modify the park reservations associated with your visit for a new date. Just log in to your Disney account and select "My Plans" where you'll see your current visit dates and park reservations. You should see a link to "Manage Reservation" and then, the next page will allow you to select "Modify" or "Cancel" each reservation for each member of your party. If you know your new dates, you can simply choose to modify the existing park reservation. Or, if you'd like to cancel them for now and come back to make theme park reservations once your plans are a bit more firm, you can certainly do so. 

    I hope this has been helpful, Alex. If we can assist with any other personal advice or recommendations for a future visit, please don't hesitate to reach out to planDisney again. 

    Wishing you Wondrous Journeys,
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From my casita to yours, welcome to planDisney! I'm Tishra, a Spanish-speaking Colombian American living in the Pacific Northwest. I'm a college professor, a happy wife, and a mom to two little girls who hold magic in their hearts as much as their parents do! Our family believes in celebrating every milestone, from life's biggest moments to all the details in between. If you want to commemorate something special with a Disneyland Resort vacation, I'm here to help you out in English or Spanish. Learn More About Tishra

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