• On Feb 26, 2021
    Nancy 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 only have tickets in my cart, can i go on a payment plan?

    Hi, there!

     Welcome to planDisney, Nancy. We're so glad you stopped by!

     It looks like you're planning a Walt Disney World Resort vacation. Wahoo! There are so many magical adventures to be had in the theme parks, making for lots of priceless memories. To answer your question, when you purchase just Theme Park Tickets, the total price will be due at the time of purchase. If you purchase Theme Park Tickets as part of a Walt Disney World Vacation Package with a Disney Resort hotel stay, you'll only need to pay a deposit when you check-out. The balance on the vacation package isn't due until 30-days prior to your arrival, and in that time, you can make payments on the balance in any amount, as often as you'd like. 

     If you're looking for some budget-friendly ways to purchase Theme Park Tickets, I have a few suggestions. One is to purchase one Theme Park Ticket at a time, rather than all of the tickets you need at once. For example, if you have a family of four, you could purchase one person's ticket every two weeks from now until your May visit. That way, you could split the total purchase up into four smaller chunks. Another suggestion is to slowly purchase Disney Gift Cards until you have the amount saved that you'd need to cover the total price of the Theme Park Tickets you're hoping to buy. I like to buy Disney Gift Cards from Target because with my Target RedCard, I can save 5% on my purchase!

     Once you've secured your Theme Park Tickets, be sure to link them to your My Disney Experience account so that you can make your park reservations via the Disney Park Pass System. The sooner you're able to make those reservations, the better availability you'll find! Designed to manage attendance and promote physical distancing, the Disney Park Pass System is one of the many health and safety measures being taken in the theme parks. You can read more about it and other protocols from the Know Before You Go section of the Walt Disney World Resort website

     I hope this was helpful, Nancy. Please let us know if you have any other questions about your Disney vacation this Spring!

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