• On Sep 19, 2016
    Sheri from WA Asked

    What is the procedure for staying at two different Disney World hotels with regard to tickets? I want to spend part of our 8 nights at an expensive resort and the rest of the time at a less expensive resort. Is this possible?

    Hi Sheri,

    Thanks for stopping by the Disney Parks Moms Panel with your question. Looks like your vacation is coming up soon, so let me help you with a quick answer.

    Theme Park Tickets are priced per day, however the more days, the less you pay per day, so it's always most economical to extend these as much as possible. You can purchase Theme Park Tickets with up to ten days, and they must be used within 14 days from first use.

    Now a Magic Your Way Vacation Package not only includes a stay at a Disney Resort Hotel, but also Theme Park Tickets. These become available for you to use upon Check-In to your Resort Hotel, but you can actually pick them up at Guest Relations up to three days before Check-In. The other thing is that they don't have to be the same length as your Resort stay. You can get less or more days.

    Let's put it all together. What you are after is what's typically called a "Split Stay". My recommendation is to book a Magic Your Way Vacation Package for the first leg with Theme Park Tickets to accommodate both stays. You will then follow this with a Room-Only reservation for the second leg.

    One last tip: the Park Hopper Option is a great way to give you flexibility, since it allows you to visit more than one Theme Park without having to use a separate Ticket. See you real soon!

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Greetings! I'm Ricardo. Originally from Argentina, I am an IT geek by day, and a leader of the Galactic Empire by night. I'm a husband, and father to two Jedi Knights who share their passion for Disney and Star Wars. Join me and together we shall plan the perfect Disney vacation! Learn More About Ricardo

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