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  • On May 17, 2022
    Mary from IL Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Group of 10 going to WDW next week and have our tickets and reservations linked to 2 MyDisneyExperience Accounts. Is it better for each person to have their own account and ticket/reservation linked? How do we do that without losing reservation?

    Hiya, Mary! Welcome to planDisney!

    Oh boy, I'm so excited to hear that you're headed to Walt Disney World Resort next week! I bet you're feeling a bit like Cinderella waiting for the clock to strike midnight. I'm extra happy to hear that you'll be traveling to The Most Magical Place on Earth with a group of people! Here's a little secret: magic multiplies when it's shared with people you care about, and your trip is sure to be an extra special one. I would love to help you put the finishing touches on your plans so they're practically perfect in every way!

    Mary, it sounds like all the Guests in your travel party have theme park tickets as well as Theme Park Reservations made with the Disney Park Pass system. That's great! In my personal opinion, I think there's a benefit to each adult Guest having their own My Disney Experience account so they can view and have access to their plans. If this is something you'd like to do, then there are a few steps we can take to make this happen!

    First, you'll want the Guest who made all of the plans for your travel party to log into their account. Hover the mouse over the My Disney Experience tab and click My Family & Friends. Here, all Guests should be listed. For those Guests who do not have their own My Disney Experience account already, it will most likely say "Plans managed by me" next to their names. To allow these Guests to co-manage their plans, click "Update" next to their name, then click the link that says "Share Planning with..." Once this Guest accepts this email invitation on their end, they will be able to see and co-manage their plans! They'll be able to see their tickets, Theme Park Reservations, and any other reservations (such as advance dining reservations or Disney Resorts Collection hotel reservations) listed on their account under My Plans. They'll even be able to see this information when logging into the My Disney Experience app

    Speaking of the My Disney Experience app, I'd suggest taking some time to download and explore this app prior to your arrival. This app is a little like holding your own magic wand in your hand, unlocking everything that Walt Disney World Resort has to offer! You'll be able to check wait times for attractions, view park maps, and even mobile order food. This way, you know your meals and snacks will be ready and waiting for you right when you want them. Talk about magical!

    If you have any other questions, please visit us again! After all - you've got a friend in me.

    See ya real soon!
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Hello from Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, also known as Pittsburgh! My husband and I live in a little town that we affectionately call Main Street, U.S.A. where we often find ourselves seeking out ice cream, finding new adventures, and having lightsaber battles in our backyard. While we love to travel to galaxies far, far away, we consider Walt Disney World Resort our second home and I can't wait to help you add even more magic to your Disney vacations! Learn More About Michelle

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