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  • On Feb 26, 2022
    Shannon from WV Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We are planning on purchasing a 3 day pass with water park option. My question is we will be staying for 5 days, the 2 days that we are not in theme park can we go to water park with that pass or does it have to be same day as theme park day?

    Hello Shannon!

    Thanks for coming by planDisney and asking a great question! It sounds like you are planning an exciting Walt Disney World vacation!

    If you purchase the Water Park and Sports Option on your Walt Disney World tickets, then you can have a certain number of visits to a Water Park or other Walt Disney World fun. At Walt Disney World, a water park is not considered a theme park but an extra option that can be used on a separate day or the same day as a visit to a theme park. For example, a 3-day ticket will entitle you to three theme park days and three options, such as a water park. So you can choose to use one of your options to enjoy a water park for an entire day without using one of your theme park tickets, or you can go to a water park and a theme park on the same day. I recommend using your water park options on a separate day from your theme park visits to maximize your time in the theme parks. Remember that you will currently need to make a theme park reservation for your first theme park of the day. You do not need to make a theme park reservation for a water park.

    I hope that your next Walt Disney World vacation is incredible!

    Marc L.
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