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  • On Jun 28, 2010
    Geoff from NC Asked

    I have purchased a 7-day Magic Your Way Base ticket and want to add the Park Hopper option. Can I add that online to my existing reservation? Or, will I need to wait until I arrive since the reservation is already booked?

    Hey, Geoff! You probably can retrieve your existing reservation by going to the Disney World home page and clicking on "My Reservations" and then "Retrieve Package/Room Reservation." You will need the last name of the primary reservation, the confirmation number, the travel dates and the resort. From there, you can modify your existing reservation.

    However, if I were you, I would call 407-WDISNEY and talk to a WDW Travel Planner to ensure that the changes are made and that it's a price you are comfortable with. You will need the same information. I'm not sure if there is going to be a huge difference in purchasing the park hopper options on your tickets prior to arrival, but the general rule of thumb is always pre-purchase any aspect of your WDW trip. Of course, your front desk or concierge at your Disney resort are always happy to help if you've changed your mind once you arrive. Yet, it's usually going to be easier (and possibly less expensive) if you've already taken care of it before you left the house!

    I hope this helps you plan! Have a wonderful day and a most magical vacation!
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