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  • On Feb 22, 2022
    Lisa from TX Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Planning a split stay of 4 days then 3 days at another Disney hotel. When I try adding tickets to the first reservation it only gives me options for up to 5 days. I need 6 days. How do add 1 more day and get the 6 day ticket rate?

    Howdy Lisa!

    Thank you so much for sending us your question and welcome to planDisney! I am so excited for you to be experiencing the magic this year, right in time for The World's Most Magical Celebration, and I am honoured that you came to us during your planning process. You have also scheduled your trip during one of the best times at the Walt Disney World Resort: Halloween. With all the special decorations, the spooky treats and the special events, there is no better place to celebrate Halloween! 

    Now, let's talk about tickets! There are so many ticket options to fit every need, and while the options make planning a vacation that much more convenient, it can also be a little confusing! There are two ways that you would be able to change your ticket. First, you can upgrade your ticket and change the number of days through your My Disney Experience account. Simply hover your cursor over the My Disney Experience tab and then click on "My Plans," or click on "My Profile" if you are using the mobile app. Then, you will be able to click on "Tickets & Memory Maker" and next to your ticket should say "Change Ticket" in blue. If you click on this link, you should be able to change the number of days of your ticket, and even upgrade it to include the Park Hopper option! If this option does not work for you, however, I would highly recommend contacting a Cast Member by phone. Cast Members truly are real-life fairy godparents, and I always turn to them whenever I have questions or need assistance. In this case, the split resort hotel stays might make it a little bit more complicated, so I would contact a Cast Member directly. The best way to avoid long wait times is to either call right when the call center opens at 7 a.m. or to call later at night.

    Once your tickets are rightfully linked to your account, Lisa, be sure to keep an eye on Disney Parks Blog and the Walt Disney World Resort website for updates on the 2022 Halloween season! Indeed, the last few years have been a bit different, and with new offerings constantly returning to the resort, you truly never know what could happen. Since the Halloween season is famous for its Halloween special events and entertainment offerings, I would recommend keeping an eye on those websites to know exactly when these tickets will go on sale.

    I hope this was helpful, Lisa, and that you have the spookiest time on your next Disney vacation! If you have any other questions in the time leading up to your magical visit, don't hesitate to reach out. We grim grinning ghosts love to come out and socialize! 

    Have a magical day and boo to you!

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Meet the Panelist: Ariane, Quebec

Hello humans! My name is Ariane and I am a French-speaking Walt Disney World Resort lover from Montreal, Canada! Since the cold does bother me (sorry Elsa!), the Walt Disney World Resort has become my second home. If you need any help planning the most magical vacation from Canada or finding the most Instagrammable spots and treats, I'm your gal! I cannot wait to help you chase the wind and touch the sky on your next Disney vacation! Learn More About Ariane

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