• On Sep 22, 2021
    Janet from IL 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 have purchased 6 two day passes for Disney World starting December 14th, it said I had a 4 day span to use them, but when I went to make the reservation I did not realize you actually have to choose one day? Is that the case?

    Hi Janet!

    The holidays are a fabulous time to visit Walt Disney World! The parks and resorts are decked out in festive attire, but you will not have to deal with frigid winter weather in sunny, warm Central Florida! Expect to be delighted by the sight of zillions of twinkling lights, thousands of poinsettias, and hundreds of brilliantly decorated Christmas trees. 

    Yes, Janet, you do need to make your Disney Park Pass Reservations for specific days. Theme park admission requires a ticket and a reservation. You may choose any two days in your four day window. You may change your days later on if there is availability. For example, if you book December 14th at the Magic Kingdom, but then decide you rather visit Epcot that day, no problem. After checking the Theme Park Availability Calendar, cancel your Magic Kingdom reservation and make a new one for Epcot.

    Looking for a bit more park time during your visit? Consider the Disney Very Merriest After Hours party. With lower attendance, endless popcorn and sweet treats, and its own special parade and fireworks this event is indeed the very merriest evening you can experience.

    Wishing you a wonderful holiday adventure!
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