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  • On Sep 22, 2022
    Jennifer from AZ 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 purchased tickets for March 2022 for Disneyland and had to cancel due to illness. We are looking at a weekend before the end of 2022, but it’s all blocked with just weekdays available the rest of the year. How can I rebook this year? Or next year even?

    Hi Jennifer, welcome to planDisney!

    I just checked the Theme Park Reservation Availability Calendar and I see plenty of availability on the weekends for both one park per day tickets and park hopper tickets in the month of October, November, and December of this year.

    First and foremost, let's make sure your tickets are not expired. I find that the Disneyland Mobile App is the easiest way to locate the expiration date of tickets. Once you load up the App, click the three horizontal lines in the bottom right-hand corner and select "Tickets and Passes". You should see your tickets along with their expiration dates. If you don't see your tickets there, then you'll need to link them to your account. You should see a "Link Tickets & Passes", and that should take you through the steps to link your tickets. Once your tickets are linked, you should see your tickets there along with their expiration dates.

    If your tickets are not expired and still in good standing, then I think the reason why theme park reservations are showing as not available on the weekends is due to your tickets Tier. The Disneyland Resort uses a ticketing tier system for standard one-day theme park tickets. This means the price of the ticket will vary depending on the theme park reservation date that you select. Tickets currently range from Tier 1 to Tier 6. Tier 1 has the most restrictions in terms of eligible reservation dates and Tier 6 has the least number of restrictions. The ticket that you purchase will be valid for admission on the date you selected and on dates in the same or lower tier. Peak demand days, like holidays and weekends, are typically higher tier days.

    So if you initially purchased a one-day theme park ticket for a weekday, then those tickets would be a lower Tier than weekend tickets, which would be why reservations are showing up as unavailable. But not to worry, this is an easy fix! You can upgrade your ticket to a higher Tier ticket. Since you're not located in California, I recommend you try calling the Disneyland Resort Ticket Line at 714-781-4636. The Cast Members there should be able to help!

    See ya real soon!
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Hi all! I'm Jin, a Bay Area (Northern California) native, Disney super-fan, husband and father of two. My wife and I have been going nonstop with our Disney adventures for over 10 years. We became Disney Vacation Club Members back in 2014, with our only regret being that we didn't become Members sooner! I'll do my best to utilize every bit of Disney magic in me to help you plan your next Disney adventure. "See ya real soon!" Learn More About Jin

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