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  • On Jun 3, 2021
    Eduardo from CA Asked

    When purchasing tickets, how do I make a reservation?

    Hi Eduardo,

    So I just watched the first episode of Loki on Disney+ and while I won't give anything away, let's just say that one of the themes is time travel.

    So, if you were to time travel back to early May to purchase theme park tickets for Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park, you would find yourself in an interesting spacetime. You see, you'd find yourself with the ability to purchase theme park tickets, and the ability to make theme park reservations. But the thing is, you'd have to do each separately. 

    Fast-forward to today and you now have an entirely new and easier experience. Why? Because you can now purchase your theme park tickets and make your theme park reservations all in the same step at the same time. How cool and convenient is that?

    Simply start by visiting the Theme Park Tickets & Reservations page. The easy-to-use system will guide you through the steps. You'll start with making a quick choice. If you want to both purchase tickets and make reservations, simply choose the "Select Ticket" button. If you already have theme park tickets, and you're just looking to make theme park reservations, simply choose the "Make Park Reservations" button.

    In your case, you'll want to purchase theme park tickets and make theme park reservations, so you'll start with choosing the "Select Ticket" button. Let's take a quick look at the steps that the system will prompt you to take.

    The first three steps are for purchasing your tickets. You'll select the number of days you want to visit the parks, select the number of tickets you'll need by age, and select your ticket type (either One Park Per Day or Park Hopper).

    The next steps are for making your theme park reservations. You'll choose your dates from the calendar and then reserve those dates.

    The next step is to choose which theme park you'll visit. If you are buying a Park Hopper ticket, you'll select your starting park that you'll visit first. With a Park Hopper ticket, you begin in one park and then you can visit the other theme park after 1 p.m.

    Next you'll see an option to add a parking voucher.

    The next step is to add your tickets and reservations to your cart, and then proceed to checkout to complete your purchase. 

    After you've made your reservations, you can view them in your My Theme Park Reservations section of your Disney account.

    Eduardo, I hope this info helps you with purchasing your theme park tickets and making your theme park reservations. 

    As you are making all your plans, please do come back and ask for recommendations here at planDisney.

    And if you see Loki at Avengers Campus at Disney California Adventure Park, say "hi!"

    Jerry 
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Meet the Panelist: Jerry, Pennsylvania

The playful and creative optimism of all things Disney has enthralled me since I was a kid. I loved watching "The Wonderful World of Disney" on Sunday nights, seeing all the live-action and animated classics in theaters, and — of course — visiting "The Most Magical Place on Earth" for the first time 45 years ago. These days, the big kid in me still loves to play Disney. As a long-time Disney destinations vacationer, I'm looking forward to helping you play Disney starting here at planDisney! Learn More About Jerry

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