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  • On Apr 2, 2022
    Jerod from OH Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    How do I change the age on my ticket? AAA set up our tickets and switched me and my daughters age on the ticket. My ticket says ages 3-9 (I’m 38) and hers says 10+ and she is 7.

    Welcome to planDisney, Jerod! Walt Disney once said, "That's the real trouble with the world. Too many people grow up." It sounds like you are young at heart (wink, wink)!

    You and your daughter may be able to simply reassign your tickets to each other. Go to the Walt Disney World website, and hover your mouse over the My Disney Experience tab at the top right of the page. Click on the "My Plans" option, and it should load a "Tickets & Memory Maker" tab on the next page. Tap that, and you will see a 'Reassign Ticket' option to the right of the ticket details. Once you click the reassign option, it will give you a list of your guests in your Family & Friends list. Since AAA set up your tickets, the 'Reassign Ticket' option might be grayed out; if so, your best bet is to contact the Internet Help Desk at (407) 939-4357. The call volume is frequently high, so I suggest contacting them when their phone lines open at 7:00 AM EST. You can also visit any theme park ticket window or Guest Relations location when you arrive at Walt Disney World Resort.

    I hope this helps, Jerod! By the way, during your trip, you'll be able to experience Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind at EPCOT. This thrill ride will have a height requirement, but it's considered family-friendly, so even seven-year-olds like yourself should be able to ride! See ya real soon!

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