Have an Unused Disneyland Park Ticket? You’ll Need to Know THIS!

Disneyland Resort is gearing up for its grand reopening on April 30th!

Pixar Pier in Disney California Adventure

Both Disneyland and Disney California Adventure will reopen to California Residents with new health and safety guidelines next month. And, with an opening date in sight, Disney is updating guests on what to plan for and how previously purchased park tickets can be used moving forward.

Over on Disneyland’s website, you can now find updated information on what to expect when the theme parks reopen. The notice confirms many of the things that have previously been released, including Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa reopening date of April 29th, information about the Park Pass Reservation system and capacity limits, and details on other experiences that will be limited when the parks reopen.

Updates from Disneyland on the reopening of the park ©Disney

For those who had purchased a Disneyland park ticket before the parks initially closed, Disney has also updated the website with extended expiration dates and information. And we’ve got a lot to cover here!

Guests who have an unused single-day ticket that was set to expire on December 30th, 2020 or March 31st, 2021 will now have until December 16th, 2021 to visit. Those who purchased multi-day tickets that expire January 12th, 2021 or April 13th, 2021, and have not used them yet will now have until December 16th, 2021. Note that after the first use, the ticket will expire 13 days after or on December 16th.

Update on Single Day Disneyland theme park tickets ©Disney

Those who have purchased a multi-day ticket but used their first visit between February 28th, 2020 and March 13, 2020 and have additional days will now have until December 16th, 2021 to use the tickets.

Update on multi-day Disneyland theme park tickets ©Disney

Unused single-day tickets that originally expired on December 30th, 2021 or March 31st, 2022 will now expire on December 30th, 2022. And, those who have not used any days on their multi-day tickets set to expire on January 12th, 2022 or April 13th, 2022 will now have until January 12th, 2023 to use the tickets. Keep in mind that the tickets will expire 13-days after the first use if that comes before January 12th.

Update on Single Day Disneyland theme park tickets ©Disney

Those with Southern California Resident Tickets or promotional Child Tickets will now have until December 16th, 2021 to visit. However, both ticket options do have blockout dates on July 4th, and November 20th through 27th, 2021.

Update on Southern California Resident and Child Disneyland theme park tickets ©Disney

Canada Resident Tickets and Australia/New Zealand Resident Tickets are also being extended through December 16th, 2021. Similar to multi-day tickets, guests will have 13 days after the first use before the tickets expire. And, those who have used one day of the ticket between February 28th and March 13th, 2021 will also receive an extension.

Update on Canada Resident and Australia/New Zealand Disneyland theme park tickets ©Disney

And, lastly, 2020 Military Salute Tickets can now be used through December 16th, 2021. This ticket can be used non-consecutively and will not have blockout dates for the rest of the year.

Update on Military Salute Disneyland theme park tickets ©Disney

Phew, that was a lot of updates! All of these updates will be made to the tickets prior to April 30th at which point you will be able to link your ticket to your Disney account in the Disneyland app or on Disneyland.com. We’re keeping an eye out for the latest news and updates from Disneyland Resort, so stay tuned to AllEars!

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