Enjoy back-and-forth admission to both Parks – Disneyland® Park and Disney California Adventure® Park – for two days! Tickets expire 13 days from first use or 1/12/2024, whichever occurs first. To enter a park, both a theme park reservation and a valid ticket for the same park on the same date is required. Theme Park attendance is managed separately via a Park Reservation system – check availability at disneytraveltradeinfo.com/dlrcalendar. Upon completion of purchase a valid Disney e-Ticket is delivered with directions on how to make a required Disney Park Reservation. Visit disneytraveltradeinfo.com/dlrws to learn more about important information you need to know before your Disneyland® Resort visit.
Theme Park Reservation Required for Park Entry
To enter a park, both a theme park reservation and a valid ticket for the same park on the same date is required. Visit StartYourDisneylandExperience.com to make a theme park reservation. Disney’s eTicket must be linked to your Disney account, and online registration required. Guests with a multi-day ticket must make a park reservation for each date of their visit. Guests with a Park Hopper ticket will choose which theme park they wish to start their day - they may visit the other park on the same day after 1:00 p.m. The ability to visit a park is subject to the park's capacity limitations. Limit one park reservation per Guest, per day. Theme park reservations are limited and subject to availability, capacity, restrictions, change and cancellation at any time. Visit disneytraveltradeinfo.com/dlrws to learn more about important information you need to know before your Disneyland® Resort visit.
How to Use Your Disney eTicket
This Disneyland® Resort multi-day Park Hopper® ticket, with applicable park reservation, is valid for admission to both Disneyland® Resort theme parks on the same day! Each day of use of a Disneyland® Resort ticket constitutes one full day of use. Admission is subject to capacity, closures and other restrictions, and is not guaranteed.
Proceed directly to the applicable park entrance on the applicable date and present your theme park reservation and ticket, or have them scanned from your mobile device that has Internet access. You will not need to wait in Will Call or Ticket Purchase queues.
Terms & Conditions
Tickets expire 13 days after first use or January 12, 2024, whichever occurs first. Tickets must be used by the expiration date, but after this date, ask about options at the Theme Park ticket window for an unused, expired ticket.
Not for resale. Nonrefundable. Nontransferable. Void if altered. Revocable. May not be used for commercial purposes. Applicable ticket and valid photo identification confirmation are required for same day readmission to same park, and if applicable, entry to the other park. Disney is not responsible for any loss or inconvenience caused by computer error, or unauthorized duplication or sale of Disney’s eTickets. In the event that duplicate Disney’s eTickets are presented for theme park admission, Disney reserves the right to refuse entry. Not responsible for lost or stolen tickets or property. Not valid for admission to special or premium events or other activities that are separately priced. Obey all safety signage, instructions and rules. Parks, attractions, experiences, services, products and offerings may be modified or limited in capacity or availability; are subject to change, closure, cancellation and discontinuance, without notice and without liability, due to rehabilitation, refurbishing, capacity, seasonal considerations, weather, low demand, government or other authority guidance or order, pandemic-related restrictions, special events, or any other reason; and are not guaranteed. Entry into any park constitutes consent for Disney to use any film, video or likeness of bearer for any purpose whatsoever without payment to the bearer. It is agreed between owners of the parks and ticket users that all claims for injury or loss arising incident to presence on owners’ property shall be governed by the laws of the State of California and litigated in Orange County, California. Subject to capacity and other restrictions.