Epcot and monorail at night
  • On Jan 25, 2023
    Electra from CA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hi! I’m visiting WDW on February and the tickets for my group were bought together and link into one account. I would like to know if it’s possible that I can get a personal link so I can plan my day on my way and not with my group

    Hi Electra, welcome to planDisney!

    February fun awaits you at Walt Disney World Resort. I hope you have plans to experience the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts, which lasts through February 20. The masterpieces featured on the Disney Parks Blog's Foodie Guide look almost too good to eat!

    Valid admission, a theme park reservation for each park day, and a method of entry (MagicBand, MagicBand+, Disney MagicMobile pass, or admission card) are currently required for theme park entry. I understand the tickets for your group are presently housed in one person's My Disney Experience account. The process for buying tickets on disneyworld.disney.go.com requires all tickets to be linked to an individual in My Disney Experience, so your situation is not uncommon. Start your hands-on planning by creating your own My Disney Experience account. What happens next depends on how your ticket is currently linked in My Disney Experience.

    If your ticket is currently linked to a My Disney Experience account profile with your name that's managed by another person's account, follow these steps to merge that profile with your separate account:

    1. Ask the owner of the account that houses your profile to click "Update" next to your name as it appears on their Family & Friends List in My Disney Experience.
    2. They should then click "Share Planning with Electra" and enter the email address associated with your My Disney Experience account. This will prompt you to receive an invitation to connect.
    3. Accept the email invitation to connect and any vacation entitlements linked to the old My Disney Experience account profile (your ticket, theme park reservations, etc) will automagically transfer to your separate account. You and the original account owner will remain connected as Family & Friends, which means you can make plans together or separately, as desired.

    If your ticket is currently linked to another person in My Disney Experience, the option to reassign your wholly unused theme park ticket should appear to the right of your ticket. If your name does not appear on the dropdown menu, have the account owner select "Add a Guest," then "I'll enter their name and age," and finally "Invite this Guest to connect," which only appears once an age has been entered. They'll then enter the email address associated with your My Disney Experience account and you should accept the email invitation to connect.  

    If you haven't already done so, Electra, I highly encourage you to download the My Disney Experience mobile app. As soon as your ticket and theme park reservations are linked to your account, you can use the complimentary Disney Genie service to prioritize your must-dos and get a head start planning your Disney days.

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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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