Photo of a fountain featuring Remy from Ratatouille
  • On Jan 1, 2022
    Rosa from FL 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 don’t know how to add the dates I want to visit the parks

    Hey Rosa,

    Welcome to planDisney! Are you counting down the days till your Walt Disney World Resort vacation? I keep a timer on my phone to always see how close I am to the magic again.

    It sounds to me that you need to make some Disney Park Pass reservations for your trip. For your visit to Walt Disney World Resort, you will need both a ticket and a valid park reservation for entry to the theme parks.

    Park reservations are limited, so it is essential to reserve you, and your family’s Park Passes as soon as possible.

    Making Park Reservations is a four-step process:

    Step 1: Make sure that your tickets are linked to your My Disney Experience account. If you do not already have a My Disney Experience account, you must create one. Once you log in to your account, go to “My Plans” and click on the ticket icon with Mickey Mouse ears. You will then select “Link Tickets” from the options presented. Enter your ticket confirmation order number for each ticket, and your tickets will be linked to your account.

    Step 2: Make sure that everyone in your family is added to your Family and Friends list. This will allow you to get park reservations for everyone and leave no one behind. This is also useful for joining the virtual cue for Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure at EPCOT. I’ve had friends who wanted to book their reservations separately. Unfortunately, we have found it challenging to get Disney Park Pass Reservations for everyone unless they are linked together under Friends and Family.

    Step 3: Look at the Disney Park Pass calendar and select your preferred dates. If the date is in “green,” then all of the parks are available that day. “Yellow” means that only certain parks have availability that day, and “grey” means no park availability. If the park you are looking for isn’t available when you want, just remember what Timon and Pumbaa say, “Hakuna Matata.” Check the calendar daily as sometimes availability appears as other Guests’ plans change. I’ve had a lot of luck doing this in the past.

    Step 4: Once you have your dates. Book your Disney Park Pass Reservation. 

    That’s it. You are ready for rope drop! Once you confirm your Disney Park Pass Reservations for your trip, you should see them appear in your My Disney Experience plans.

    I hope this is helpful, and you get all of your desired theme parks for your upcoming dates. If you are still experiencing difficulty booking Park Pass Reservations, you can speak to a Cast Member at (407)-939-4357 or reach back out to us at planDisney for additional guidance.

    Have the Most Magical Vacation!

    Ashley F.
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Meet the Panelist: Ashley, Texas

Hey Y'all! I’m Ashley and I live in Texas. My family and I love trying out the yummy snacks (DOLE Whip anyone!) and taking full advantage of our resort days. When we are not piloting the Millennium Falcon, exploring Kilimanjaro Safaris, or watching fireworks, you can find me planning our next adventure to Walt Disney World! I am so excited that you are planning a trip, and I look forward to helping you dig a little deeper and find the magic in all of the wonders of Walt Disney World Resort. Learn More About Ashley

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