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  • On Feb 14, 2022
    Ann from NJ 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 a short, 3-day trip planned toOrlando - what is the best kind of ticket to buy?? I may only want to do 1 or 2 days at a Disney park...

    Hi Ann! Welcome to planDisney!

    If you ask me, there's never enough time to explore all that the Walt Disney World Resort has to offer, which is why I keep convincing my husband to take us back! This year, between the 50th Anniversary Celebration, the opening of new attractions like Remy's Ratatouille Adventure, and the dazzling new nighttime shows Harmonious and Disney Enchantment, we have so much to experience that we've never seen or done before! I was able to see Harmonious with friends during a recent trip and all I could think about was how much my little girl would have LOVED the music, the lights, and the fantastic fireworks. I just have to get her back there to see it!

    Since you have so much to squeeze into a short trip, I would suggest you and your party think about purchasing the Park Hopper Option when it comes time to buy Theme Park tickets.  With this option, you'll be able to start your day at Magic Kingdom Park, swirling on the Mad Tea Party or greeting grinning ghosts on the Haunted Mansion.  After a quick Monorail ride, you'll be able to relax and enjoy an evening strolling through EPCOT and dining in World Showcase.  This option will give you the best chance to see and do as much as possible in however many days you choose to visit. 

    If you plan on two full days in the Parks you should be able to enjoy all four Theme Parks if you want to!  If you haven't visited the Resort in some time, you'll definitely want to see Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge at Disney's Hollywood Studios and Pandora - The World of Avatar at Disney's Animal Kingdom.  These immersive lands are exploding with details that will excite every fan and are not to be missed!

    Before you go, make sure to purchase your Theme Park Tickets, make your Park Pass Reservations and create a My Disney Experience account.   With My Disney Experience, you'll be able to keep all of your vacation details, like Park Passes and dining reservations, in one place.  Finally, remember that you're able to make Advance Dining Reservations 60 days in advance of your trip. If you're planning on eating at some of the more popular dining locations, you'll want to try for those reservations right away.  

    Enjoy the planning process and come back and see us again at planDisney if you have any other questions!
    Ashley M
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Meet the Panelist: Ashley, Massachusetts

Hi All, I'm Ashley! From the very beginning Walt Disney World Resort has always been a part of my life. As a child I excitedly helped to plan family trips, as a young adult I planned our "happily ever after" right on Disney property, and now I'm lucky enough to plan magical vacations for my three incredible children. When we're not taking in the enchanting experiences of the parks, we're home in Massachusetts, probably planning our next trip! Learn More About Ashley

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