• On Mar 2, 2021
    Therese from NY 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 currently have a reservation for July 12-19. We would like to add a separate reservation for July 9-11. How do we purchase the tickets to be used for the whole length of our stay including both reservations? The reservations must stay separate. Thanks.

    Hello Therese!

    Welcome to planDisney! That sounds like a lovely, long vacation you are planning! You shouldn’t have any issues with your Disney Theme Park Tickets, because they are linked to the Guest who holds the ticket, and not a specific Walt Disney World Resort Reservation. This means a Guest can move from resort to resort, and the theme park ticket is still associated with the Guest, regardless of where they unpack their bags.

    We frequently have what is called a “split-stay” visit where we stay at two or sometimes even three resorts during the same trip. I’m unclear by the dates you posted if this will be a continuous Disney Resort stay, or if you will be staying off-site on the night of the 11th, but either way, your tickets will follow you.

    Do be aware that Disney Theme Park Tickets are valid for a specific number of days. So while you don’t need to be worried about them following you from resort to resort, do know you’ll want to purchase the right length ticket for your plans. The greater the number of park days purchased, the longer the window is before they expire. If your visit will be a combination of park days and relaxing at the resort days, keep these dates in mind as you make your itinerary. For example, a 7-day ticket expires 10 days after the selected start date. In comparison, if you are purchasing a 5-day ticket, that ticket is valid for 8 days after the selected start date. If your start date is the second day of your visit on July 10, your tickets would be valid through July 17. But if you purchase a 7-day ticket with a July 10 start date, your tickets will be valid through July 19. Also, be sure to make Disney Theme Park Reservations for each day you plan to visit a theme park. This is one of the many ways the Walt Disney World Resort is working to increase safety for Guests during the Covid-19 pandemic.

    I hope this helps explain how your Disney Theme Park Tickets will work and makes your planning easier. Please let us know if you have additional questions as you plan your visit, we are here to help!

    - Kate
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