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  • On Apr 9, 2021
    Ernest from Georgia Asked

    If I set reservations for 2 at a resort and purchase a 2 day ticket with resort is that for 2 people or do I have to pay per person a set of tickets

    Hey there, Ernest!

    Thanks for visiting planDisney with your question!

    You ask a great question about Walt Disney World Resort theme park tickets, and I'll share some general information that I hope will be helpful. 

    The short answer is that tickets are per Guest (per person) and you want to purchase tickets for each member of your party, no matter how many days are on each ticket.

    In general, when you purchase theme park tickets for Walt Disney World Resort, you are going to select the number of days you want to visit, select your ticket type (standard or with options), select the first day of your visit, and select the number of tickets you need for everyone in your party.

    If you are purchasing theme park tickets by themselves, you'll be prompted to "Select the Number of Days," then you'll be prompted to "Select the Ticket Type," then you'll be prompted to "Choose the First Day of Your Ticket," and then you'll be prompted to "Select the Number of Tickets." 

    As an example, you could select that you want tickets for two days, then select you want the ticket type to visit one park per day, then pick a date from the calendar when you'll visit, and then select that you want tickets for two Guests. You could select whether you are purchasing tickets for adults or for children. You would be purchasing one "2-Day Ticket with Admission to 1 Park Per Day" for each Guest for a total of two tickets.

    When you book a vacation package, after you select your Resort hotel and begin to select your theme park tickets, you should see that you're prompted to "Select the Number of Days" for your theme park tickets. You should then see a prompt to add ticket options. The number of tickets gets set automagically to the number of Guests -- adults and children -- that you entered when you first started the process to find a vacation package. In a similar way, the first date of your ticket gets set automagically to the date you entered for your check-in date.

    If you have questions about the theme park tickets you purchased, my advice is to contact the Walt Disney World Resort Ticketing team at (407)-566-4985. The Cast Members can review your purchase with you.

    In addition to purchasing theme park admission, you'll want to make sure that you make theme park reservations through the Disney Park Pass system. You'll want to make one theme park reservation for each Guest for each theme park that you plan to visit first on each day.

    You can take a look in the My Plans section of your My Disney Experience account to review the tickets you have purchased and the theme park reservations you have made.

    Ernest, here's wishing you a fun visit to Walt Disney World Resort. If you are looking for recommendations as you make your vacation plans, ask us here at planDisney. We're happy to help by sharing tips we've learned from our own Disney destination vacations. 

    Enjoy your Disney magic!

    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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