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Will Disney World tickets work at Disneyland?

by KerryAnn
(Long Island)


KerryAnn in Long Island asks, “We went to Disney a few years ago and used our Park Day Hopper Ticket to see the fireworks.


Arrived at 8 p.m. Due to the weather, the fireworks were cancelled and they gave us a paper One Day Park Hopper for Walt Disney World that expire in 2023.


I was wondering if I could use these tickets at Disneyland. We’re planning a summer trip to California and would like to visit Disneyland, but one day tickets are so expensive. This may entice my husband to add it to our itinerary if we could use the tickets we already have.”


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Carrie Anne, no. Sorry. No. Disney World and Disneyland, ticket-wise, are just totally separate entities. They don’t share tickets.


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Any ticket bought for Disney World won’t work at Disneyland. Any ticket bought at Disneyland won’t work for Disney World. That’s just the way it is. They’re really, really totally separate entities, especially in the management. I mean, they’re just totally separate, so no.


Unfortunately, it won’t work that way.


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Comments for

Jan 19, 2017 Tickets
by: Anonymous Same goes for universal in Orlando and universal in California. You can’t use the tickets from Orlando in California and vice Versa.

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