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  • On Apr 10, 2022
    Amanda from East Sussex Asked

    How do we pre-book the 4 theme parks at Walt Disney World we have our Disney ticket reference?

    Hello Amanda,

    Welcome to planDisney, and thanks for stopping by with such a super question concerning planning your family's upcoming holiday to Walt Disney World Resort.

    Oh boy, Amanda!  It sure sounds as if you've already been busy with your Disney planning by purchasing Magic Tickets for your upcoming jolly holiday to the most magical place on earth.  And of course, yes indeed, you will require those all-important Disney Park Pass reservations for your intended Disney days.

    It's fairly straightforward to link Magic Tickets purchased via the Walt Disney Travel Company to your My Disney Experience account, which in turn will enable you to go ahead and make Disney Park Pass reservations for your intended Disney days.

    In the first instance, you will need to create a My Disney Experience account and associated Profiles for each Guest within your Family & Friends party.  Each Guest will then need to have their Magic Ticket linked to their individual Profile to enable them to make Disney Park Pass reservations for each of their Disney Theme Park visits.

    Follow these simple instructions to successfully link Magic Tickets from a Will Call eTicket email voucher to your My Disney Experience -

    - Log in to My Disney Experience via a desktop computer
     - Head to My Plans within the drop-down menu
     - Hover over Park Tickets and select Link Tickets
     - Continue to follow the onscreen prompts to enter Ticket ID Numbers (which are located underneath the barcodes on your Will Call eTicket vouchers)

    With just a bibbidi-bobbidi boo your Magic Tickets should now be successfully linked to your My Disney Experience account, and then you should be able to set about making Disney Park Pass reservations for all your desired Disney days within all 4 Disney Theme Parks.

    It might be useful to know that Guests can check for up-to-date current availability for Disney Park Pass reservations via this link, and thankfully at this time, Guests are not required to make Disney Park Pass reservations for the Disney Water Parks

    Hopefully with just a little faith, trust, and pixie-dusted you should now be all set!  If for any reason at all you're still finding it a bit tricky, my best suggestion would be for you to connect with a Cast Member who will be able to gain access to your My Disney Experience account. 

    To speak with a Cast Member, please go ahead and dial the UK freephone number for Technical and Website Support contained within this handy Walt Disney World Resort Phone Directory.

    I hope that I've been able to provide a little insight for you today Amanda.  If I can offer you any further assistance, please do drop back to planDisney, where it's always a pleasure for me to help a fellow British Guest with their plans to holiday at the most magical place on earth.

    Have a great Disney day ~ Jane

     
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Meet the Panelist: Jane, United Kingdom

As the UK "Mum" on the planDisney Panel I'm able to assist those lucky Guests visiting Walt Disney World Resort from the United Kingdom who generally enjoy a whole 2 week magical stay. The planning and organising of resorts, Advance Dining Reservations and extra pixie dusted holiday fun for solo travellers, large or small family groups is my absolute pleasure! Learn More About Jane

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