Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- Just booked first trip through disney. On the app on my iPhone it asks me to link tickets. If I bought a package through disney will I get paper tickets or are they already linked?
- - Asked by Corey from Wisconsin on 9/18/2013
- Hi Corey!
Congratulations on taking your first Walt Disney World vacation, you have lots of magical memories just waiting to be made! When you purchase a Magic Your Way Package through Disney Travel Company, you will either receive a Key To The World Card or Disney's new Magic Band (due out sometime later this year) which will serve as your resort room key, park tickets, dining plan credits and charging privileges if you have authorized them. Your tickets should already be linked to your My Disney Experience account since you have purchased a Magic Your Way Package.
Linking tickets is generally for guests who have older paper tickets, tickets with remaining days or annual passholders. Once your vacation package has been completely paid for, you should see tickets for each person in your party already linked to your account. Remember your vacation package can only be linked to one account so if you are not seeing your travel information in your My Disney Experience account, make sure that you haven't linked your travel plans under a different name or account.
I hope you have an incredible first trip, Corey! Please visit us again if you have anymore questions.
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