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  • We are staying AOA (stay is 3 nights/tickets for 4 days). While I've selected FP+ for the dates we are staying, I'm not able to do so on our last date and I'm worrying about our MB's being usable for park entrance/tickets on that last day?
  • - Asked by Barbara from Florida on 2/11/2014
  • Hi Barbara!

         Wow, you are going to have an amazing stay at the Art of Animation Resort!  You don't have to worry about your Magic Bands not functioning on your last day of your Walt Disney World vacation.  As long as you have a valid Magic Your Way Ticket linked to your Magic Band and you still have a park day left on your tickets, then you should be able to get into a theme park at Walt Disney World.  Magic Your Way Tickets last for 14 days from the first day that you use them to enter a theme park in Walt Disney World and you do not have to use your theme park days consecutively.  If you were unable to make your FastPass + selections for the last day of your vacation online, then you can always make them right when you get into the park at a FastPass + kiosk (there are lots of these FastPass + kiosks in each park).

    I hope that your upcoming Walt Disney World vacation is truly magical in every way!

    Keep Dreaming Big!
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