It’s been a busy few weeks at Disneyland Resort!
With the reopening of Buena Vista Street, Cast Member furloughs, and a rise in COVID-19 cases in California, there’s been a lot of news to report! Even though the parks can’t currently reopen due to local health regulations, Disney is preparing for the future by updating their Disneyland Resort ticket policies online.
Over on the Travel Information section of Disneyland’s website, there has been an update to the information on theme park tickets, which changes the expiration dates for many ticket categories. Guests with non-promotional single-day theme park tickets that previously had an expiration date of December 30th, 2020 or March 31st, 2021 will have their expiration extended to December 16th of next year.
Also having their expiration date extended to December 16th, 2021 are guests with wholly unused, non-promotional, multi-day tickets that expire on January 12th, 2021, or April 13th, 2021. These tickets will now expire on December 16th, or 13 days after their first use, whichever comes first.
If a guest had a multi-day ticket that was partially used between the dates of February 28th-March 13th, 2020, then the 13 day period of use for that ticket will be extended to December 16th, 2021. This rule applies most likely to those who didn’t use the entirety of their ticket before Disneyland Resort closed for health and safety reasons earlier this year.
The ticket policies have also been updated for guests with various promotional tickets, so if you have any questions about your specific ticket type, make sure to visit Disneyland’s website to check the list. All of these expiration dates will be updated prior to the reopening of the theme parks, and guests will be able to view their new dates by linking their ticket to their account on the Disneyland website or app.
Stay tuned to AllEars as we continue to cover the latest news from Disneyland Resort! We’ll make sure to keep you updated on the happenings in Downtown Disney and Buena Vista Street, as well as any new information on reopening!
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