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  • On Mar 13, 2021
    Maria from FL Asked

    I need help registering and buying theme park tickets , I’m not tech enough. Also I need to know what I have to do about the restaurants there and parking tickets

    Hello Maria, and welcome to planDisney! We're excited you've chosen to be our guest, and I invite you to relax while I serve up some answers to your questions. 

    I completely understand being overwhelmed by technology; as a teacher who has spent the past year figuring out how to do my job virtually, I have been learning new things every week! I'm going to walk you through the planning process step by step. Hakuna Matata! 

    First, log into the Walt Disney World website using the same e-mail address and password you used to ask this question. On the main page, find the heading in the top left corner that says "Parks & Tickets" and scroll down to click on "Theme Park Tickets." If you reside in the Sunshine State, select "Florida Residents," as you may qualify for special offers available only to neighbors of Mickey Mouse. From here you will be prompted to select the number of days you would like to visit, ticket upgrades such as the ability to park hop (visit more than one theme park per day), and the start date of your ticket. Once you have chosen your options, you will indicate the number of tickets you need and finalize your purchase. 

    After completing your ticket order, you will need to assign each ticket to someone in your party. If you have not already added your group to your My Family & Friends List in My Disney Experience, you can do that too. The final step in making sure you are all set for fun is to make Disney Park Pass reservations. During the current phase of reopening, all Guests must reserve their theme park days in advance to help manage capacity. 

    Exploring the theme parks will certainly work up an appetite! Fortunately, there are plenty of quick-service and table-service restaurants to choose from throughout Walt Disney World. Quick-service eateries do not require reservations, but you should familiarize yourself with Mobile Food & Beverage Ordering to help make the experience go smoothly. If you are interested in table-service dining, you'll want to make reservations in advance. From the main Walt Disney World page, find the heading "Things to Do" and click on "Make Reservations." You can also do this from the My Disney Experience Mobile App by clicking on the + sign at the bottom of the screen. 

    Finally, let's talk about parking. If you are not staying in a hotel that is part of the Disney Resorts Collection, you will need to pay to park your vehicle each day you visit the theme parks. For your convenience, you can choose from preferred or standard parking. 

    I hope this information helps get you started in the planning process, Maria. If there is anything else we can do to make your vacation even more magical, please come see us again. 

    You've got a friend in me!
    Betsy
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Meet the Panelist: Betsy, Maryland

Greetings! I'm Betsy, a middle school teacher, wife, and mom of two. My family and I love to travel the world, but our best memories are those made when we're visiting Walt Disney World. No matter how many times we visit, there is always something new to see, ride, or eat at the Disney Parks. Learn More About Betsy

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