Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest
  • On Jun 11, 2015
    Teressa from NY Asked

    This Aug. we have 3 adults booked in 1 room for 7 nights, but 1 of the adults will only be in the room for 4 nights. Room rate can't be split, I understand. Can the 1 adult get a 5 day pass & the other 2 have 7 day passes and still have it all linked?

    Hey Teressa-

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel. Adult trip to Walt Disney World Resort means great dining, tremendous laughs with friends and maybe a dabble in some spirits and I’m not talking about the ones in the Haunted Mansion.

    Depending on how you booked your vacation will determine the answer. If you booked a Walt Disney World Resort room only reservation then each person in the room can purchase their own Magic Your Way base ticket for the number of days they want. This is what you want for your group. If, however, you are booking a Magic Your Way Vacation package including tickets then all of you will need to have the same number of days. You may want to contact your authorized Disney travel specialist or a Cast Member at Walt Disney Wrold Resort (407-WDISNEY or 407-934-7639) to discuss your options.

    Linking everyone together is simple through My Disney Experience. Once all three of you are linked then you may make your FastPass+ reservations and each of you will see all the attractions, shows, and dining experiences you plan listed on the site or mobile application.

    Have a blast and let your adult Disney Side shine through. Remember, Mickey loves kids of all ages.

    Enjoy making many Magical Memories, Teressa!

    ~Jason ºOº
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Meet the Panelist: Jason, Georgia

I am a Disney Dad raising two fantastic boys with my wife. We love the hidden treasures found all over the "Most Magical Place on Earth" and have “yEARS” of knowledge! I am so excited to share my pixie-dust covered experiences with you while planning your Walt Disney World Resort vacation. Let the lifelong magical memories ... begin! Learn More About Jason

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