• On Dec 24, 2020
    Victoria 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 am currently planing a vacation in Orlando Jan 31- feb 6. I’m going to get a 3 day pass to visit 3 parks. I know we have to reserve the days we’d like to visit each park. Im curious if travel restrictions change can I change the dates to use the tickets.

    Welcome to planDisney, Victoria!

    I am so happy to hear you are planning to return to the magic next month.  This past year has presented us with many challenges, you deserve some pixie dust to start off 2021!

    Knowing your options for unexpected changes to your plans is always a good idea, especially with potential changes to travel restrictions on the horizon.  It may seem like the villains are winning some days, but we have plenty of heroes to guide us to our happy endings!

    Although I don't have any infinity stones laying around, it seems Doctor Strange may conjure up a spell or two and allow you to make some adjustments to the time you visit.  As part of Walt Disney World's phased re-opening guidelines, date-specific theme park tickets with a valid use period beginning March 12, 2020 or later, will automatically be extended to any use date through September 26, 2021. 

    This means if you need to move your trip to another time, you'll have through September 26, 2021 to use those tickets.  Depending on the days you choose, you may see a price change.  Theme park ticket usage and prices are subject to change, so be sure to check Walt Disney World Resort's experience updates for the most current information.  Contact a Vacation Planning Specialist by phone if you need any help modifying your theme park tickets or vacation package!

    If you are just looking to change the dates you visit each park during your stay starting in January, your three-day ticket should have a five day use period, so you will not need to modify or change anything other than your Disney Park Pass reservations if you choose to go to the theme parks on different days than you originally planned.  Simply be sure you use all three tickets within five days of the first day you enter the theme parks.  You will need to cancel your current Disney Park Pass reservations before you make new ones, so check the theme park reservation availability calendar before you make any changes.

    Please don't turn into The Hulk if you need any additional help with your vacation, Victoria.  Call on us again at planDisney and we'll be happy to answer your questions!

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Hello there Castaways! I have followed the adventures of mermaids and pirates alike since I was a young princess myself.  Disney and the sea are two of my passions.  My husband and I, along with our two little adventurers, love traveling the world sailing on Disney Cruise Line.  Let's work together to chart a course to a vacation that you will remember for a lifetime! Learn More About Angie

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