“My Disney Experience” Updated Ahead of Date-Based Ticket Pricing

With the roll-out of date-based ticket pricing around the corner, “My Disney Experience,” Walt Disney World’s vacation-planning tool, is receiving a refresh. The new design should aid in streamlining the planning process and help guests navigate what will soon be a more complicated ticketing system.

Users will be able to view a step-by-step process, which will include important dates when they can start booking dining reservations and FastPass+ selections.

Users can also customize plans for each individual member of their party, and can more easily see shared plans.

Plans are also more easily visible by date, making it easier for users to keep track of their plans while on their vacation. The ability to change plans as needed will also be more easily visible.

The changes can currently be found on the My Disney Experience website, and are expected to move to the app soon.

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Mike
Mike
1 year ago

I liked being able to see just all my dining grouped together or just all my FastPasses grouped together. I do like the new layout but would also like to have the option to view certain things together.

Kev
Kev
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike

Agree

Mike
Mike
1 year ago

Since I have a trip coming this Saturday I also noticed they dropped the countdown for Day to Go……….My kids would log on every morning to see that so hopefully they put that back in

Frank
Frank
1 year ago

I don’t know if this is a glitch, but when I looked at my reservation, I can only upgrade my park hopper tickets to plus, I can’t turn them into regular tickets.