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  • On Dec 18, 2020
    Larry from IN Asked

    Is the 2021 calendar completely booked for the parks? Also, I see ticket pricing for 10+, however, where is the pricing for a 4 year old?

    Welcome to planDisney, Larry!

    I am so glad that you asked this question--it's a good one.

    As Walt Disney World continues its phased reopening, park attendance is carefully controlled through a reservations system. Currently, Guests are able to secure theme park reservations in the Disney Park Pass system very easily.  In fact, I just planned a four day trip yesterday and was able to secure the exact park reservations I need for all of the members of my group in just a few minutes. Let's walk you through the steps you need to do the very same.

    First, head to this page where you can view Theme Park Reservation Availability, selecting the type of Guest that best reflects you: Disney Resort Guest; Annual Passholder; Theme Park Tickets Guest. You'll see that each park shows availability for almost every day in 2021 right now. So many days of park touring fun!

    As for the Theme Park Ticket for those under ten, I completely understand how it seems to be a bit tricky at first glance. That used to stump me at first also. Simply follow the steps you used to find the right ticket for those 10+, selecting "Standard Theme Park Ticket in 2021",  then choosing the number of days you'll need to explore the parks. Next, you'll see choices such as adding on the Park Hopper Option--a great way to see a bit more as you tour. At this point, when you scroll down towards the bottom of your screen, you'll see both the option to purchase tickets for those who are 10+ as well as the ticket price for the youngest Guests, ages 3-9. Select the number needed for each and you are all set.

    Once you've secured your theme park tickets, Larry, I suggest that you make those Theme Park Reservations in the Disney Park Pass system so that your touring days are ready to go. Next, be sure to download the My Disney Experience mobile app so that you can keep track of all of your fun plans throughout your stay. Even better, as of January 1, 2021, Guests with the Park Hopper Option will be able to enter a second park once Park Hopper Hours begin (currently set at 2 PM). This means that once a Guest enters the park on their Disney Park Pass system reservation, they may visit the other parks--if they have the Park Hopper Option--once those hours open up, no additional park reservation needed.  Those Park Hopper Hours are posted on that handy app, too, so be sure you have yours prior to arrival. 

    As you plan your upcoming visit to The Most Magical Place on Earth, Larry, be sure to send additional questions our way. We love to help!

    Andrea
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Meet the Panelist: Andrea, Pennsylvania

I am a teacher, wife and mom who has been a member of the Disney Vacation Club since 2003. I love discovering a new favorite DVC resort, fantastic restaurant or hidden gem onboard a Disney ship! I'm a micro-planner who can help you capture your own magic! Learn More About Andrea

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