Girl at Disneyworld
  • On May 13, 2021
    Shimali from AZ 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 currently have multi-day Disney World park tickets and reservations at the end of May. I would like to change my ticket start date and move the ticket start day back by two days. If I do this, will it cancel any existing park reservations I have?

    Welcome to planDisney, Shimali!

    I am so happy that you stopped by and even happier that you will be visiting the Most Magical Place on Earth very soon!

    Shimali, if you move your theme park ticket after you have made your Disney Park Pass system reservations, your reservations will be canceled only for those days that you do not have a ticket for. The rest of your reservations will stay put. 

    To change your theme park ticket you can go into your My Disney Experience Account and then under "My Plans" click on "Tickets & Memory Maker." Here you can scroll down to your assigned ticket and click "Change Ticket." 

    Don't forget that you will need to make new Disney Park Pass system reservations for your new dates. While the system will cancel your Disney Park Pass system reservation, it isn't instantaneous, so I recommend that you manually cancel your existing reservations once you change your ticket. This will allow you to make your new reservations as soon as possible.

    I hope that this helped, Shimali! Please come back if we can answer any other questions for you!

    See you real soon!

    Sarah B. 
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Meet the Panelist: Sarah, Georgia

Hi There! I’m Sarah from Atlanta, GA. Together, my Disney-loving husband and I have two amazing kids and love nothing more than running away to the Walt Disney World Resort every chance that we get. When we are not wandering around the resorts, we love to indulge our sweet tooth with all the snacks we can find. I am passionate about making sure the magic reaches kids of all ages, from the smallest to the biggest, because we are all kids at Walt Disney World! Learn More About Sarah

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