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  • On Dec 6, 2022
    David from CA 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 2 tickets that expire at the end of the year, just bought another for my daughter, when I checked reservations dates were available, after I linked my tickets the whole month had no availability. Any chance of getting a reservation or extending?

    Hiya, David!

    Thank you so much for sending this Disneyland Resort planning question to us hEAR at planDisney!

    Oh dear! I'm so sorry, David, that you're having a bit of a booking block! Sadly, Park Pass Reservations, which open their availability up to 120 days in advance, make it so much harder to plan a spontaneous or last-minute Disney day; I'm not a fan of them myself for this very reason.

    Yes, there is always hope that more reservations will open up. Your best bet will be to keep checking back with the Park Pass Reservation Availability Calendar multiple times a day. Check using the Disneyland Mobile App during those random moments of downtime you find during the day, like when you're waiting in line at the bank or have a few minutes between meetings. You never know when you'll get a pinch of pixie dust and your desired date will have magically opened up. 

    Another prime time to check for reservations is between 24 to 36 hours before your planned day in the parks. Guests with Park Pass Reservations receive an email reminder about a day or two before, which also asks that if they can no longer make it to release their dates; these dropped reservations then become up for grabs for other Guests to book. If that still didn't work, check back the morning of - I've seen dates recently where there was nothing for tomorrow, and yet once tomorrow becomes today, at around like 9 am, there are reservations available for both theme parks.

    Pro Tip: If your admission tickets have the Park Hopper option, remember that you'll pick one theme park to start your Disney day in, and then you'll be able to hop over to the other park starting at 1:00 P.M., so pick whichever park shows as available because you'll be able to visit both in the day.

    I'm so sorry that this might not have been a super helpful answer, David, but I'm going to wish on all of the wishing stars that you and your family get to see Mickey and his friends during the most wonderful time of the yEAR! Be sure to follow the official planDisney Panel Instagram account for even more tips and tricks. And if you have any more Disneyland Resort planning questions, We're All Ears!

    ~Kristen N.
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Meet the Panelist: Kristen, Texas

Hi, I'm Kristen! I'm a mom to the best ride buddy and a military spouse who loves keeping up with the latest Disney Parks news. Trips to Disneyland and Walt Disney World have always been fun, but now that I'm the parent AND the planner every moment is that much more treasured.  I am so honored and excited to be able to share tips I've picked up, pass on fun factoids I've learned, and help create magical moments for your vacation of a lifetime!  Learn More About Kristen

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