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  • On Dec 18, 2022
    Jimmy 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 5 tickets and a reservation set. The tickets have names on them. Can a different person use the ticket if it is not same name on the ticket? Lastly if 2 people do not use the tickets can they use later and how do modify the reservation from 5 to 3

    Hi there, Jimmy,

    In most cases, a wholly-unused ticket may be used by another Guest, even if the name linked to the ticket does not match the new ticket holder. Once a ticket is activated at a theme park entrance, a photo is taken of the Guest using the ticket and it becomes non-transferable from that point on. If desired, the name linked to a Disney eTicket can be changed by contacting a Cast Member at the Tickets phone line.

    Changing an existing theme park reservation is also possible. But I can understand how the prospect of losing a reservation for everyone might cause some nervousness. On the "My Theme Park Reservations" page, you will see a "Cancel Reservation" link. When you click on that link, it will ask you to select the tickets or passes you wish to include in the cancellation. So it is possible to cancel the reservation associated with only a subset of the tickets on the reservation. Such modifications to an existing reservation may be made until 11:59 PM the day before the reservation.

    Yes, an unused ticket may be used at a later date up until its expiration by visiting the "My Theme Park Reservations" page to book a new park reservation for that ticket. If a ticket goes unused on a reserved date and the reservation was not canceled by 11:59 PM the day before, a new reservation may be made for that ticket after the unused reservation has automatically cleared out at the end of the day. If necessary, most wholly-unused, standard tickets may still be useful even after they expire. A wholly-unused, expired ticket can be upgraded to a current ticket at a Disneyland Resort main entrance ticket booth, after which, a new theme park reservation may be booked for that ticket.

    Phew! That’s a lot of information to process! I think we’re all going to need a break after sorting through all that. Well, I hope we can all enjoy the Holidays at the Disneyland Resort to relax and renew after a year of hard work. You’ve earned it Jimmy!

    Have a magical time!

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