Magic Happens Parade at DLR
  • On Mar 26, 2023
    Hinsen 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.

    We have a 2 day ticket and made reservations for 2 consecutive days. But are reconsidering when we should visit for the the 2nd day due to rain. Is it possible to modify the reservation for the 2nd day after we’ve already entered the park on the 1st day?

    Hi there, Hinsen,

    Yes, you will have the flexibility to change existing theme park reservations linked to a given theme park ticket, even if you have already started to use that ticket. To cancel an existing park reservation, simply visit the "My Theme Park Reservations" page, select “Cancel Reservation,” and then confirm your selection. This will only affect the reservation for the selected date. It is also possible to cancel a park reservation for only a portion of the tickets linked to the reservation if desired. Then, return to "My Theme Park Reservations" to book a new park reservation. There are a few things to keep in mind:

    • The number of park reservations for any given date is limited. So it’s a good idea to check the theme park reservation availability calendar before canceling an existing reservation. I guarantee that a rainy day at the Disneyland Resort is better than not being able to go at all!
    • A new park reservation may only be made for a date that a theme park ticket is still valid. Most multi-day theme park tickets expire after the expiration date indicated at the time of purchase, 13 days after the first use, or after all of the park days of the tickets have been used, whichever happens first.
    • An existing park reservation can be canceled up until 11:59 PM the day before the reservation. If a reservation hasn’t been canceled by that time, a new reservation can only be made beginning at midnight after the end of the day that the reservation goes unused.

    Rain or shine, I hope you have a magical time at the Disneyland Resort, Hinsen. If you do end up visiting during forecasted showers, I recommend taking along a poncho or umbrella and wearing appropriate footwear. There’s also usually a good chance you’ll enjoy shorter attraction wait times on days when the “rain, rain, rain [comes] down, down, down.”

    See ya real soon!
    ~Tony

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