• On Oct 2, 2021
    Mark 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.

    I made a reservation for an upcoming visit, but I may need to cancel. How long are the tickets good for so I can use them in the future ? I also, understand that I can cancel up until 11:59 p.m. the night before - is that correct ?

    Hello Mark,

    Thanks for bringing your question to planDisney.

    While I'm sorry to hear that you might need to cancel your Disneyland Resort theme park reservation, I'm happy to hear you're looking ahead to plan for when you can visit. 

    The expiration date for theme park tickets will vary based on the type of ticket and based on when the ticket was purchased. Just as an example, if you purchased a 1-day theme park ticket today, that ticket would be valid for theme park entry until December 30, 2022. If the ticket you purchased is a 1-day ticket, you'll want to check the ticket tier of the ticket to know the dates on which that ticket can be used for theme park admission.

    Multi-day tickets work a bit differently. Just as an example, if you purchased a multi-day ticket today, you would need to use that ticket within 13 days of the first day you use it for admission, or by January 12, 2023 (whichever of those dates comes first).

    Mark, it's also helpful to know that the Disneyland Resort extended the expiration dates for some types of tickets that were purchased before or during the operational closure of the theme parks. You can take a look at the "Modifications and Cancellations" information on the "Theme Park Tickets & Reservations" page to see more details on the types of theme park tickets for which expiration dates were extended. Perhaps these modifications apply to the ticket that you purchased. 

    If you have questions about the expiration date of your ticket, you can reach out to the Disneyland Resort Ticket Services team at (714) 781-4636, and a Cast Member can speak with you about the details of your specific tickets.

    While it's always a good idea, of course, to take care of any reservation cancellations as soon as you know your plans have changed, you'll want to cancel theme park reservations before 11:59 p.m. on the day before your reserved theme park visit date if you won't be keeping the reservation.

    Mark, here's wishing you a great and fun visit to the Disneyland Resort to enjoy all the magic of the theme parks!

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