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  • On Feb 5, 2024
    Patricia 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.

    Do "no show" penalties reset when your renewed Magic pass starts?

    Hi Patricia! Thanks for dropping by planDisney.

    I'm sorry to hear things have gotten in the way of your theme park reservations. Sometimes life gets in the way, and it sounds as if you're currently in a penalty status as a result of having three "no-shows" within 90 days. While in this penalty state, according to the terms of purchase, you can't make or modify a theme park reservation. The 30-day penalty starts the day after your third no-show. It continues if you upgrade your Magic Key or renew it within that penalty period. This penalty state lasts until the 30 days have passed. Terms are subject to change. I'm sorry if that's disappointing! I'm sure you're eager to get back to the magic of the parks.

    In the future, you can avoid no-shows by entering the parks before they close on the day of your reservation. You don't have to stay, just enter and leave if need be. Or they can be avoided by canceling or modifying your theme park reservation to any available day and park subject to blockout dates the day before your reservation by 11:59 PM Pacific Time. That way, you won't miss out on a minute of fun. You can find the link to modify on the Disneyland Resort homepage by hovering over "My Disneyland," selecting "Ticket and Reservation Details," and scrolling down to "Make or Modify Park Reservations" on the next page. It's that easy!

    And if you've simply forgotten plans you made in advance, a reminder on your mobile device might be just the thing to keep you from missing your next day in the parks. I don't know where I'd be without my digital reminders!

    I hope this helps.

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