Tiana and little girl at DLR
  • On Jun 28, 2023
    Fadima 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.

    What does disneyland ticket 1 to 5 days means or tier 3 days im trying to purchase but im not sure what means

    Hello, Fadima! Welcome to planDisney and thank you so much for sharing this question with us!

    It sounds like you're getting ready to secure your tickets to 'The Happiest Place on Earth!' I'm happy to walk you through some of the ticket options, as you consider your next steps. 

    First, I recommend you consider how many days you wish to visit the Disneyland Resort. On the ticketing page, you will be able to select your standard ticket for any length between 1 and 5 days. If you choose to visit for a single day, you should know that 1-day tickets are priced by Tier, based on their date. The Tier 3 ticket that you mentioned simply means that the ticket is priced based on the date you have chosen. Each Tier also has corresponding blockout dates on which it is not eligible for use. If you wish to choose a 1-day ticket, simply select the circle with "1" when the page asks you how many days you wish to visit the theme parks and follow the steps to choose your visit date and secure your park reservation. This will automatically price your ticket based on its designated Tier as you complete your purchase. 

    If you are planning a longer visit, you can choose a multi-day ticket and indicate the dates on which you plan to visit the theme parks. Multi-day tickets expire 13 days after their first use, so you can follow the steps on the ticketing page to choose your visit dates within that window of time, which will also secure your park reservations in the same process!

    Now, Fadima, you will also have the option to choose your ticket type during your purchase. You can choose a One Park per Day ticket or, if you wish to experience both theme parks of the Disneyland Resort on the same day, you can opt for the Park Hopper ticket. The Park Hopper ticket entitles Guests to be able to cross between Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park after 11:00 AM, subject to capacity. With so much to see, do, taste, and experience at Disneyland Resort it is a really nice way to maximize your time!

    At the moment, both a valid admission ticket and a theme park reservation are required for each Guest to enter the Disneyland Resort theme parks. Typically, Guests will complete both steps during the ticket purchase process, but if you ever need to verify or change your theme park reservations, you can do so by visiting "My Plans" on the official Disneyland website. 

    Fadima, I hope this is a helpful start for you as you make some decisions about your ticket options. I'm also going to share this Frequently Asked Questions page about how to use your tickets, in case it proves helpful to you throughout this process. I know Disney vacation planning can seem overwhelming, but you've come to the right place! planDisney is all about helping every Guest make the magical memories they deserve, so please don't hesitate to come back and see us again if we can help with any other questions. In the meanwhile, I wish you happy planning and many Wondrous Journeys ahead!

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Meet the Panelist: Tishra, Washington

From my casita to yours, welcome to planDisney! I'm Tishra, a Spanish-speaking Colombian American living in the Pacific Northwest. I'm a college professor, a happy wife, and a mom to two little girls who hold magic in their hearts as much as their parents do! Our family believes in celebrating every milestone, from life's biggest moments to all the details in between. If you want to commemorate something special with a Disneyland Resort vacation, I'm here to help you out in English or Spanish. Learn More About Tishra

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