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  • On Oct 5, 2022
    Baldomero 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.

    I was planning on going to Disneyland in October, but I think plans might change. So, I was looking at the blockout calender and wanted to know if the green days mean I can go those days too if I can't end going on the original planned date?

    Hiya, Baldomero!

    Thank you for sending this Disneyland Resort planning question to us hEAR at planDisney! Oooooh, I like that no matter what, you're bound to have a spooky season Disney day soon!

    I sadly don't have the proper magic mirror to see inside your My Disneyland Account to see which Theme Park Admission Tickets you purchased, but yes, you'll be able to switch your pass plans around to another date. hEAR's the info based on the different ticket types:

    ~ If you have a multi-day theme park admission ticket, you'll base your new Disney date on the Park Pass Reservation Calendar. You'll first need to cancel the reservation you currently have before you can select the make-up date. Also, note that there are different 'buckets' of reservations available depending on if you have a 1 Park Per Day or the Park Hopper option.

    ~ If you purchased a 1-Day theme park admission ticket, in addition to needing a new Park Pass Reservation, you'll need to also check your ticket's tier type. 1-Day tickets use a demand-pricing structure where tier 1 is the lowest and tier 6 is the highest. To switch up your planned days at The Happiest Day on Earth, you'll need to make sure that your new Disney date is in the same tier as your ticket or lower. (Ex: You have a Tier 4 ticket, it can be used on any Tier 1 through 4 days.) (hEARs a helpful 1-Day Ticket use-date guide that might make more sense.)

    ~ If you have a Magic Key annual pass, my recommendation is to check the Park Pass Reservation + Blockout Calendar for your specific pass before you cancel your current reservation. Then, once you've decided on your new Disney day, double-check to make the new date is still available and quickly cancel your old reservation for the new one.

    I hope that one of these answers helped to clEAR up your question, Baldomero! Be sure to follow the official planDisney Panel Instagram account for even more tips and tricks. And if you have any more Disneyland Resort planning questions, We're All Ears!

    ~Kristen N.
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Hi, I'm Kristen! I'm a mom to the best ride buddy and a military spouse who loves keeping up with the latest Disney Parks news. Trips to Disneyland and Walt Disney World have always been fun, but now that I'm the parent AND the planner every moment is that much more treasured.  I am so honored and excited to be able to share tips I've picked up, pass on fun factoids I've learned, and help create magical moments for your vacation of a lifetime!  Learn More About Kristen

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