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  • On May 14, 2019
    Shivani from CA Asked

    I have a 3 day hopper pass. Can I use it 3 separate days

    Welcome, Shivani!

    I see you live in California! How fortunate to be able to visit the Disneyland Resort without having to travel too far. I remember when I used to live in Southern California and had a Disneyland Annual Passport. It was so wonderful to find that I could simply pop over to the parks for a few hours anytime I found myself with free time. I miss those days! Now my family and I have to fly across the country to visit Mickey and his pals at the Happiest Place on Earth, but we sure do pack in as much Disney magic as we can on each trip!

    If you purchase three day Park Hopper tickets, you do not need to use them three days in a row. However, they are meant for one vacation, so they expire 13 days after the first use. If you live nearby, you could certainly find a way to plan three separate park days within those 13 days. But, if you're planning to trip from elsewhere in California to stay at the Disneyland Resort for a week or so, you can do what we do and plan some non-park days in our trip. On those days, we simply spend the day relaxing and swimming at the resort, exploring the Downtown Disney District, or booking a Character Dining Meal at one of the resorts outside the park to keep our days full of Disney magic even though we aren't in the parks. Then, you'll still have three park days to enjoy amidst all of the other Disney fun at the resort area that doesn't require park admission tickets. 

    I hope that helps as you plan this fun adventure, Shivani!

    Marcy
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