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  • On Jun 12, 2024
    Tom from SC 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 have non expiring tickets that were purchased in 2005, with a couple of days left for the parks. How do I make a reservation for Magic Kingdom?

    Hi there, Tom! 

    Discovering non-expiring, unused tickets to Walt Disney World Resort truly sounds like magic, and I'm so glad you stopped by planDisney to ensure that you're able to maximize that magic. In my opinion, Magic Kingdom Park is the practically perfect place to redeem those tickets this year with the impending opening of Tiana'a Bayou Adventure. Can you believe that when your tickets were first purchased The Princess and The Frog was merely in development and now we have an incredible attraction honoring beignets and the bayou? With the attraction opening to the public on June 28, there's no time to waste! Let's get those theme park reservations!

    To begin the reservation process the first thing you'll need to do is log in to (or create) your My Disney Experience account. Once you're logged in, you'll hover over the 'My Disney Experience' heading near the top right corner of the screen and select 'My Plans'. You'll then be directed to a page that says 'Tom's Plans and Tickets' where you'll hover your cursor over 'Park Tickets' and then select 'Link Tickets' to be prompted to enter the ID Number for each ticket. There are even several helpful images provided to help you locate the number of various forms of tickets. Once linked, you'll then head back to your 'Plans and Tickets' page to select 'Make a Reservation' under 'Park Reservations'. Once your reservation is confirmed, you're almost there! All that is left is to head into the middle of the magic. 

    I have heard, Tom, that some people with older tickets have encountered issues linking them to their My Disney Experience accounts. If this is the case for you, you'll need to reach out to the number listed here for assistance. If you encounter any issues upon arrival, these are typically able to be quickly and efficiently resolved at a ticket window of any theme park. 

    As a bonus tip: If you're looking to truly immerse yourself in the bayou, be sure to check out Disney Parks Blog where they've highlighted all of the new tasty treats available to mark the grand occasion. 
    I hope this was helpful, Tom! If you have any additional questions for us at planDisney, feel free to stop back by. We're always happy to help!

    Thinking Happy Thoughts,
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