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  • On Apr 21, 2022
    Pedro 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 cancelled my ticket reservations for Disneyland in hopes of rescheduling. However, when I did, there were no available dates even for a few of the following months. What happens to the tickets? Will I get a refund?

    Hey there, Pedro! Thanks for stopping by planDisney with your ticket question. 

    I'm so sorry to hear that you had to cancel your upcoming theme park ticket reservations and are having trouble finding availability for a future date. I wish I was able to see what ticket you currently have because there seems to be plenty of availability for the next few months when I take a peek at the Theme Park Ticket Availability Calendar.

    I am wondering if you might be having issues finding availability for reservations because you currently hold Tier 1 or Tier 2 tickets. As I peek into the next few months of summer, it looks like all days are labeled as Tier 3, 4, or 5 ticket days. If you hold lower-tier tickets, you wouldn't see availability for the current reservation period. You may be able to upgrade your tickets if they are unused tickets by going to the Main Entrance Ticket Booth in the esplanade. If you have specific questions about your ticket type, I think Ticket Services would be your best option to reach out to. They should be able to look into your current ticket type and tell you if upgrades are possible.

    I do also see that the Southern California Resident Ticket Offer seems to currently only have one day in May available currently. If this is your ticket type, continue to check the calendar as the calendar is fluid and dates could open up as others decide to cancel. 

    According to the eTicket Terms and Conditions, tickets are not refundable. However, should your tickets expire before you can use them, you can use the purchase price of these tickets towards the purchase of new tickets of equal or greater value if they are unused.

    Pedro, I hope that this helps give you some direction on your theme park ticket reservation issue and you can move forward with your plans to visit the Disneyland Resort soon. Please come back and visit planDisney again with any other questions you have!

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Meet the Panelist: Carrie, California

Well hello friend! I'm Carrie, a work-from-home mama and military wife who currently calls sunny San Diego home. We love that we are close enough to Disneyland Resort to make a last-minute trip to see the Mouse quite frequently. You'll find us in the parks braving drops and coasters to work up our appetite to take as many snack breaks as we can fit in! I love helping my friends plan memorable trips to Disneyland Resort and can't wait to help you too! Learn More About Carrie

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