Family Walking by Castle
  • On Mar 7, 2022
    Raquel from ID Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    what phone number can I call to purchase Disney tickets

    Welcome to planDisney, Raquel! We are so glad you are here, and want to begin that magical adventure of planning a vacation to Disneyland Resort! There is a reason why it is called the Happiest Place on Earth! 

    Raquel, you can call the Tickets Office and speak to a Cast Member at (714) 781-4636. They will be more than happy to assist you with purchasing your tickets. Once you get your confirmation numbers, make sure to download the Disneyland Mobile app to link your tickets to your account. You can also add the Disney Genie service to your itinerary if you would like to make lightning lane reservations! 

    Have a wonderful time visiting Disneyland, Raquel!

    Frances
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Meet the Panelist: Frances, North Carolina

Hey ya'll, y bienvenidos a planDisney! My name is Frances, I am a mom, teacher and military spouse from Texas who currently calls the Tarheel state home. My family and I enjoy visiting the Walt Disney World Resort as often as we can because we love the joy and magic every trip brings us. We consider Walt Disney World to be our "home away from home!" If you are dreaming of adventure in the great wide somewhere, then you have got a friend in me! I enjoy sharing my passion for Disney with everyone I meet! Learn More About Frances

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