One of our Inside the Magic readers and Brazilian Disney Blogger had recently reached out informing us that Brazilian customers are now seeing new expiration dates appear on their park tickets.
This Inside the Magic reader said “It started today and lots of people have this new expiration date on tickets on My Disney Experience. Some people have half the family with the 2021 expiration date and the other half with 12/15/2020 expiration date. So it seems Disney is slowly changing the expiration date.”
The ITM reader also asked her followers of her Disney Blog if they notice the change of the expiration date on any of their park tickets as well. Her followers sent her a lot of photos of their My Disney Experience with the new expiration date on their Disney ticket.
For example, this follower originally had an expiration date of October 2020 showing on their 4-park Disney ticket but My Disney Experience is now showing her with a November 26, 2021 expiration date.
The Inside the Magic reader also wanted to state that she is an Annual Passholder for Walt Disney World so she does not have any individual park tickets to reflect this, but she did note that the dates on her Walt Dsney World annual pass have not changed.
At this time, we are unsure if this is only happening for guests with tickets in Brazil or if this is going to be something Disney will be implementing across the board.
More Information On Walt Disney World Reopening
Upon reopening to the Walt Disney World Resort to the public, the company is implementing a new reservation system in order to manage capacity. Part of this reservation system includes Annual Passholder entry. At first, we weren’t sure how Disney would be managing guest capacity or their Annual Passholders, however, Disney has stated that due to this unprecedented time, an annual pass will not guarantee park entry.
We also know that when Disney World reopens to guests come mid-July, things at the theme park will look a lot different. Social distancing measures will be put in place, excessive cleanliness, encouragement of mobile orders, plexiglass, the elimination of character meet and greets, parades, fireworks and other similar entertainment that draws a crowd, and much more.
Walt Disney World Resort also recently shared an update on new ticket sales and hotel reservations, dining and experiences, and FastPass+ and Extra Magic Hours. You can read more about that here.
At this time, Disney Springs is opened to the public with select restaurants and retail stores welcoming guests.
Have you seen any change to your expiration dates of park tickets? Let us know in the comments.