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  • On Mar 10, 2024
    Sarah from West Midlands Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We are travelling to Orlando this November, if I wanted my last day at Disney to be the 10th of December would I need to start my 14 day ticket on 26th or 27th November ? And also do I need park reservations ? Many thanks Sarah

    Hi Sarah!
    Welcome to planDisney.

    I am always happy to answer questions from my fellow guests from the UK, and I'm excited to see you have your holiday booked for this coming November.  I love that time of year at Walt Disney World.  It's usually still very warm, and Magic Kingdom Park will already be decked out for Christmas!  So magical.  

    I have good news for you because the 14-Day Magic Tickets can be used over 18 days.  So you can select your start date as 26th November, and it will be valid until 13th December! Your 14 days do not have to be used consecutively, so if you need a pool day or want to do some shopping at Disney Springs you can slot those days in wherever you want.  Park reservations are no longer required with these tickets which enables us to be more spontaneous with our plans.

    As water parks are included in our 14-Day Magic Tickets it's worth noting that a visit to a water park doesn't count towards your 14-day admission to theme parks.  For example, if you visit a water park and a theme park on the same day you will use one of your 14-day park admissions; but if you visit a water park and no theme park on the same day you will not use any of your 14-day park admissions.  I hope that makes sense!   Your 14 Days of theme park admissions are not reduced by any visits to water parks.  This makes our Magic Tickets even better value, and enables us to visit the water parks as much as we want to during our holidays! (Subject to seasonal opening.)

    If your holiday is for fewer than 18 days, and you have the energy after your long-haul flight from the UK you can hit the parks on your arrival day, and also on the day you go home as your ticket will cover your whole stay.  If you are staying at a Disney Resort hotel once you have checked out of your room you can leave all your luggage with Bell Services until it's time to go to the airport, so you don't have to carry them around all day.

    Please come back and visit us if you have any further questions, and you can send me a direct question if you wish, to clarify anything about your tickets, or anything else!  We will be happy to help you plan your magical holiday to Walt Disney World!

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