Family with Mickey and Minnie
  • On Mar 3, 2023
    Rudy from CA 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 had to cancel a reservation I had for 3/5/23. How long is my ticket for rebooking? Thanks

    Hey there, Rudy, and welcome to planDisney! We're so glad you stopped by with your question.

    Sometimes our plans change! Luckily, theme park tickets to the Disneyland Resort are pretty flexible in this respect. Before I jump into your answer, I did want to note that there might be some caveats to my answer depending on where you ordered your tickets from (my answer might not apply if you ordered tickets from a 3rd party), or if you purchased a special ticket offer. If either of those scenarios apply, I'd recommend referring to any email confirmation you might have received when purchasing those tickets for the details.

    However, if you purchased standard theme park tickets and they are wholly unused, there should be quite a large window for you to use them before they expire. The exact expiration date depends on when you purchased the tickets, but for example, if you purchased standard theme park tickets today, you would have until January 12, 2025 to use them before they expired. Your theme park ticket's expiration date is not tied to your theme park reservations.

    So, if you purchased standard theme park tickets today (with that January 12, 2025 expiration date on the tickets) and made a theme park reservation for March 15, but then were not able to make it to the parks on March 15, your actual theme park ticket expiration dates would not be impacted (the tickets would still expire on January 12, 2025). When you are ready to make a new theme park reservation, you can try to make that new reservation through the Disneyland website, but it is possible you may need to call the Guest Information line to have a Cast Member help.

    All of the information above is assuming your tickets are wholly unused - as in you have not used your tickets to enter the park at all. If, instead, you have used the tickets, then they would expire 13 days after their first use. For example, if you had three-day standard theme park tickets, visited the parks for the first two days, but were unable to make it on the third day, then you would need to use that final day of your three-day ticket within 13 days of first use.

    I hope that answers the specifics of your question, Rudy! Thanks again for stopping by. As you continue to plan for your trip, make sure to come back and see us here at planDisney - we'd love to help!

    Have a Magical Day,
thumbnail image for Greg

Meet the Panelist: Greg, Arizona

Hello there! Greg here from sunny Arizona. I'm a husband, dad to two kiddos under five, and an avid fan of all things Disney, Marvel, and Star Wars. I've been visiting the Disneyland Resort since I was 5 and have loved making all new magical memories as a family of 4. I enjoy helping friends get the most out of their trip to the Disneyland Resort, and I am excited to help you plan your most magical vacation ever! Learn More About Greg

Didn't find what you were looking for? Click the Ask a Question button to open the Ask a Question dialogue box. If you are not logged in a dialogue box will appear to signin in order to ask a question.

To submit your question, please sign in now if you have not already done so.

Ask a QuestionOpens the Ask a Question dialog box.

Update Browser

For a better experience browsing this website, please download an updated version of Internet Explorer.

Or you can continue browsing without updating.