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  • On Feb 21, 2022
    Michael from WI Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We're coming to Disney in May and are wanting to purchase park hopper tickets. After we buy the tickets it says to make a reservation at a park but how does that work if we plan to visit more than one park in a day?

    Hey there, Michael! Welcome to planDisney!

    Spring is the perfect time to visit Walt Disney World - but is there ever really a bad time to visit Disney World?? Both The World’s Most Magical Celebration and EPCOT's International Flower & Garden Festival will be in full swing, and you will be right in the middle of all the special magic when you arrive!

    Michael, Disney Park Pass reservations are currently only required for the first Theme Park that you are planning to visit each day. You do not need to make a reservation for the second - or even third - park that you plan to visit. However, Park Hopper privileges depend on capacity limitations and are not guaranteed. For example, if you are planning to park hop to Disney’s Hollywood Studios but the park is at capacity, you will not have the ability to enter the park. But you would be able to visit the other parks that are not at capacity. If any of the theme parks reach capacity, you will receive a push notification through the My Disney Experience app. The parks very rarely reach park-hopping capacity, but it is a possibility, so I wanted to share it with you. Keep in mind that your Park Hopper experience will begin at 2 p.m. each Theme Park day, and you must visit your reserved Theme Park first before hopping to your additional parks.
     
    I hope this helps, Michael! The magic awaits!

    Until Next Time, 

    PG
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