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  • On Jul 7, 2021
    Bruce from OH Asked

    I have old tickets with days left but I will need to visit guest services to have them put on my account. Ho can i make a rservation?

    Hey there, hi there Bruce! Thanks for stopping by planDisney where you're always welcome as can be. I'm happy to assist a fellow Mouseketeer today. 

    Hot dog! It sounds like you uncovered some buried treasure in the form of extra days at Walt Disney World. As long as you purchased these tickets before 2004, or if you purchased them with the "No Expiration Option" when it was available, any unused days are still valid. Tickets purchased after 2004 without the No Expiration Option expire 14 days after their first use. 

    I have some older Walt Disney World theme park tickets as well, and you might be able to link them yourself to My Disney Experience without a trip to Guest Relations. While logged in to your My Disney Experience account, select "My Plans" and choose "Link Reservations & Purchases" from the "Add More Plans" dropdown menu. Click on "Link Tickets," and scroll through the options to the right to find your ticket type. See if you can find an image that matches the ticket you have, and enter the numbers shown. Once your tickets are linked you can access the Disney Park Pass System and make theme park reservations.

    If you don't have any luck on your own, you might need to give the friendly folks at Disney ticketing a call at (407) 939-1289. A Cast Member can usually help you link older theme park admission. If you experience a brief hold when calling, check out some recent articles on the Disney Parks Blog or find us on social media to pass the time. 

    I hope everything works out for you, Bruce. Best wishes for a magical vacation this fall, and we look forward to seeing ya real soon!

    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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