• On Sep 6, 2021
    Kelvin from ON 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 have purchased 4 days of park tickets, we want to cancel now because of COVID numbers. We were to arrive September 30, is our park tickets available to use in the future?

    Hi Kelvin!

    Recently we have all learned how quickly our lives and world can change. Fortunately, Walt Disney World understands our covid concerns and that plans change. 

    Yes, you may apply your tickets to a future trip because any visit to see Mickey and the magic is better than no visit at all. Theme park tickets are not refundable, but you may use their value toward later park admission if they are unused. If there is a price difference for admittance when you choose to return, you will need to pay the difference. Be sure to change the date on your tickets before your current planned arrival date and cancel your Disney Park Pass reservations. If you have any dining reservations, cancel those as well. 

    Wishing with pixie dust that your next trip to the mouse is not too far in the future!
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