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  • On Aug 8, 2021
    Jess from WI Asked

    We plan on staying at one Disney resort for 2 nights, then leaving the Disney property for 3 nights, and returning to a different Disney resort for 5 more nights. How can I make sure my park passes are valid for the entire trip?

    Hi Jess!

    So many glorious Disney days are in your future! Experiencing a split stay, the chance to enjoy TWO fabulous Walt Disney World Resorts in one trip, is a splendid way to stay.

    To secure your Disney Park Pass Reservations, you only need valid admission. Once your tickets are purchased, reserve each day at the theme park of your choice. Gaps in between park visits are no problem. For example with a three day ticket, you may book a Tuesday at Magic Kingdom, a Wednesday at Epcot, take a day off, and then book Friday at Disney's Animal Kingdom.

    Ticket expirations depend on how many days you choose to visit the parks. A five day ticket expires eight days after the selected start date; a seven day ticket expires ten days after the selected start date. When you buy your tickets, clicking on the date you first wish to visit the parks will show you your expiration date. Carefully read the navy banner at the bottom of calendar where you choose your start date; it clearly states the last day you may use the tickets. You will need to buy a ticket with enough days to grant you a range large enough to take three days off in the middle or perhaps purchase separate tickets for the first and last part of your trip.

    Enjoy your wonderful adventure visiting Mickey!
    Elisabeth
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