Dad and Daughter at EPCOT with Mickey Ice Cream
  • On Jun 13, 2023
    Rocio from GA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hello , I’m trying to get 2 day tickets for an upcoming vacation day with my kids , we are thinking July 17 - 20 , but I can’t get only 2 day tickets the only option we have is 4 days, any idea what can I do? Thanks

    Hi Rocio!

    Welcome to planDisney. A July visit to Walt Disney World Resort sounds like my cup of tea. In fact, I'll be heading down for a short visit with my own family around the same time. We are looking forward to taking advantage of Disney After Hours at EPCOT and lots of time at our resort pool during our stay.

    While there is currently a special offer for 4-Day, 4-Park Magic Tickets, you should still have the option to purchase 2-day tickets online. Head on over to the Theme Park Tickets page, and scroll down to the Standard Theme Park Ticket option. There, you'll be able to purchase tickets to visit the parks anywhere from 1 to 10 days. I'm not sure which parks you plan to visit or on which particular days during your travel window, but I took a quick look and see that all parks have theme park reservations available at this time.

    When you're ready to make your purchase you'll choose a start date on the calendar, and then select the option for 1-Park Per Day, Water Park and Sports Option, Park Hopper Option, or Park Hopper Plus Option, depending on your preferences. I usually choose Park Hopper Option tickets when I'm hoping to experience a little bit of everything during a short visit. This would give you the option to "hop" to a second (or third) theme park on the same day after 2 p.m., subject to availability. You'll be prompted to make a theme park reservation for each of your ticketed days after completing your purchase. If you decide to add the Park Hopper Option you'll just need to reserve the park where you plan to begin your day. 

    If you prefer to spend a full day in one park then the 1-Park Per Day ticket would be your best bet. There is so much to experience in each park you'll have no trouble filling a full day. When we're enjoying a longer vacation, we often take 2 days to experience everything in Magic Kingdom Park alone!

    If you are looking to purchase a room and ticket vacation package for your travel dates, the package will default to 4-day tickets. This can be changed before you reach the checkout screen, but your vacation package would have a minimum of two days of theme park admission. If you are hoping to book a Disney Resorts Collection Hotel room and just a single day of admission you can complete the purchase in two separate transactions.

    Rocio, if I've misunderstood your request or you are still having trouble navigating the purchase process you can contact a Cast Member by phone at (407) 939-7679 for additional assistance. They'd be more than happy to help you complete your ticket purchase. If we can answer any other planning questions before your arrival please feel free to let us know.

    I'm wishing you a most magical visit this summer! 
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