Disneyland Resort has recently made the process of purchasing theme park tickets and making park reservations more seamless. Before now, guests had to check theme park availability, buy tickets, then go back and hope the availability was still there to make reservations. That has been simplified now to complete the transaction of theme park tickets and reservations at the same time.
Disney Parks Blog has shared the steps to this process:
Those who already have theme park tickets are still able to book park reservations separately. However, this new system will certainly cut down on the stress and headache of trying to coordinate tickets and reservations.
Disneyland Resort is still following the guidelines set by the state of California. Currently, only California residents may visit the parks in groups of no larger than three households. Because capacity is still limited, it’s a good idea to use the new system to get tickets and reservations together.
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