Prior to the park closure, people had purchased park tickets that are going unused for the time being. In response, Disney initially extended reservation dates for many tickets. Now, with the closures continuing, it looks like some unused promotional tickets have gotten a significant expiration extension once more.
Three promotional tickets saw extensions — Southern California Resident Tickets, Child Tickets, and Canada Resident Tickets or Australia/New Zealand Resident Tickets.
Southern California Resident Tickets
Previously, Southern California Resident Tickets were being extended day-by-day with the closure. Now, these tickets are extended for non-consecutive use through December 16th, 2021 with blockout days listed November 21st-28th, 2020; December 19th, 2020-January 10th, 2021; March 26th-April 11th; July 4th; and November 20th-27th, 2021.
The Child Ticket was previously extended through December 15th, 2020 but has now been extended another full year through December 16th, 2021. This ticket will expire 13-days after first use and the same blockout dates apply.
Canada and New Zealand Resident Tickets
Finally, the Canada Resident Tickets and Australia/New Zealand Resident Tickets were through May 31st, 2021; and now also expire Dec 16th, 2021. The ticket also expires 13-days after first use. Blockout days are not listed.
The policies for unused single-day tickets and wholly unused multi-day tickets remain that they are valid for a future visit through the end of their validity period. At this time, the Military Salute Ticket offer is still set to expire on December 18th, 2020.
We’ll keep a close eye on the ticket policy for Disneyland and we’ll be sure to update as anything changes!
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