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Changes to Tickets at Walt Disney World

Big changes have arrived that affect vacation planning at the Walt Disney World® Resort. Previously, 1-Day Tickets to Magic Kingdom Park were subject to variable pricing during either Value, Regular, or Peak dates. Now, this variable pricing applies to all parks. So, guests will have to choose the first day they want to use their tickets at the time of purchase. Previously, multi-day tickets expired 14 days after first use—meaning you could use a 5-Day Park Hopper ticket non-consecutively over the course of a two-week vacation. Now, multi-day tickets have a different valid period corresponding to the number of days:

  • 1-day – The ticket expires on the selected start date.
  • 2-day – The ticket expires 4 days after the selected start date.
  • 3-day – The ticket expires 5 days after the selected start date.
  • 4-day – The ticket expires 7 days after the selected start date.
  • 5-day – The ticket expires 8 days after the selected start date.
  • 6-day – The ticket expires 9 days after the selected start date.
  • 7-day – The ticket expires 10 days after the selected start date.
  • 8-day – The ticket expires 12 days after the selected start date.
  • 9-day – The ticket expires 13 days after the selected start date.
  • 10-day – The ticket expires 14 days after the selected start date.

If you are traveling on a Walt Disney Travel Company vacation package, your tickets will be valid the entire lenth of your stay or according to the above policy, whichever is longer.

Your travel agent can help you make sense of these changes and help you choose the best time to travel! Let Mouseways be your helping hand to Disney vacations and beyond.

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