• On Jul 24, 2021
    Charles from MD 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 will be unable to use a two day ticket in September. How long do I have to convert it to another ticket of the same price?

    Hello Charles,

    Thanks for bringing your question to us at planDisney.

    You ask a great question about Walt Disney World Resort theme park tickets. If I may phrase your question in a different way, I think what you're getting at is that you purchased theme park tickets that you won't be able to use, and you'd like to apply the amount you paid for those tickets towards the purchase of new tickets, and you'd like the new tickets to be priced the same. 

    It's an interesting question you ask, and it's an understandable question. I'll offer my thoughts. I'll also encourage you to give a call to the Walt Disney World Resort ticketing team at (407)-566-4985 to discuss your options based on the specifics of your tickets.  

    The important note to keep in mind is that theme park tickets follow a date-based system. The prices for theme park tickets will vary depending on the month and the day of the month. The theme park ticket purchasing tool will show you a calendar with the ticket prices when you select the first date of your theme park visit. Looking at the ticket pricing calendar is a great way to gather info to help you answer your question. 
    For example, and this is just a made-up example, let's say you look at the ticket calendar for the beginning of September, and you see that a 1-day, 1 Park Per Day ticket shows as $120. So now let's say I want to ask the question "how far into the future can I see that same ticket price?" 

    The great feature with the ticket pricing calendar is that you can quickly select a ticket of the same type -- a 1-day, 1 Park Per Day ticket -- and you can move through the calendar to select your new starting dates and you'll be able to see the ticket pricing. Currently, ticket pricing is displayed through December 2022.

    Here's my personal take, Charles. As I see it, it's not a question of "how much time do I have to convert my tickets." I think it's more a question of "can I plan my travel to select dates so that the new ticket prices are about the same as what I paid for the original tickets."

    I think you'll find you have some opportunities to plan as you're wanting to plan if you can be flexible in your travel. 

    Charles, I hope this is helpful as you plan your Walt Disney World Resort stay. 

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