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  • On Jul 17, 2022
    Tiffany 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.

    When on the My Disney Experience app, and you click on ‘Tickets and Passes’, it shows my name, my ‘2-day, 1 park per day’ ticket and a bar scan code beneath it. Do you need any ID when you go to the park entrance or can you JUST show this?

    Hi Tiffany, welcome to planDisney!

    I just got back from Walt Disney World Resort and couldn't believe how much had changed since my last visit. For resort-to-resort transport, my party of six took advantage of the recently resumed Minnie Van Service. We had the best time singing Disney carpool karaoke and playing Disney trivia games with our driver, Bobby. 

    At this time, the barcode you see underneath your ticket in the My Disney Experience mobile app cannot be used for park entry. Ticket barcodes first appeared in the My Disney Experience app in early June as part of an update and I found myself wondering the same thing as you. I've since confirmed that those barcodes are only for Cast Members that need to review your ticket details. For park entry, you'll need valid admission, a theme park reservation for each park day, and a method of entry (MagicBand, Disney MagicMobile pass, or admission card).

    MagicBands are convenient accessories for your wrist that must be linked to an individual in My Disney Experience before use. A Disney MagicMobile pass can be downloaded to the digital wallet of eligible iPhones, Apple Watches, and Google Pay-enabled Android phones using the My Disney Experience mobile app (three small lines at the bottom right of the home screen --> Disney MagicMobile --> Set Up Your Pass). Admission cards can be obtained at Guest Relations or ticket windows located outside the entrance to each theme park. Be prepared to show your ticket confirmation email, the credit card used to make the purchase, and a valid government-issued photo ID. The ID is only needed to obtain your admission card, not to enter the parks.

    I hope this is helpful information, Tiffany. Should any more trip-planning questions arise, you've got a friend in planDisney!

    Choose magic,

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Meet the Panelist: Jennifer, Virginia

Hey there, hi there, ho there! I’m Jennifer from Northern Virginia, close to Washington, D.C. Together is my family’s favorite place to be, and I’m so grateful that Walt Disney World Resort is designed to make that dream a destination. I’ve visited The Most Magical Place on Earth at every age and every stage, in every season, and for countless reasons. I can’t wait to help you maximize the magic on your next Walt Disney World Resort vacation! Learn More About Jennifer

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