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  • On Aug 13, 2022
    Kelly from NZ 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 trying to book the parks and park hopper we added one park and it wont allow us to add another. We are also unable to change a reservation. How can we change a park once we make a reservation?

    Kelly,

    Thanks for asking your question to planDisney!

    You can only select your first park for the day with the Disney Park Pass system. Currently, even if you have a Park Hopper option on your tickets, there is no mechanism for selecting a second or third park for the day. So, what if you want to change the park you have selected? And how do you know if the park you want to hop to has room for you and your party? Here are some steps to follow.

    Step 1:  If you are planning to change a reservation to a different park, first confirm that the park you want to switch to has availability. Just check the Disney Park Pass Availability Calendar for your respective dates.  

    Step 2: Go to your My Disney Experience account and select "My Plans". You can find this at the top right of the Walt Disney World website menu. Find the reservation that you want to change and click on "View Details". On the next page, you will want to click on "Cancel This Reservation", selecting all the guests for whom you wish to cancel. 

    Step 3: Make the updated theme park reservation, as you did before, with your new park selection.

    As for park hopping, you must wait until 2 PM to hop to another park. And that park you want to hop to has to have availability. This is not necessarily the same as the availability that you saw on the Park Pass Calendar mentioned earlier, so don't assume a park is blocked off before checking.

    How will you know if there is available space?
    When getting ready for your next park hop, just call (407) 560-5000. That is the Park Hopping Hotline (or at least that is what I call it!), and it will tell you the status of all the parks, and if the park you want to hop to has space. By the way, I have never had a problem getting in to a second park on my travels. If you were trying to get into the Magic Kingdom on a super busy day, like Christmas Day, you likely would have a problem, but in September you are unlikely to meet too many obstacles. 

    So feel free to send me any follow-up questions directly, and I am glad to help further.

    Have a Magical Vacation!

    Doug
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