We’ll get to that later.
First, a quick reminder of what this ticketing process looks like: When you click the “Buy” button at the top right, you’ll be asked to verify your account.
This is a process that takes about 30 seconds.
Once verified, you will be taken to a page where you can purchase tickets.
You can also purchase tickets online and via mobile app.
If you purchased tickets via the Disney Store or a Disney Rewards card, you need to confirm your credit card info.
If not, you can check your payment information by logging into your Disney Rewards account and clicking on “Account Information” at the bottom of the page.
If your card has already been activated, you still need to select “Payment” on the left side of the screen.
Here you’ll find the “Pay” button and the “Card Information” button.
You’ll see a box to the right of “Card Details” that you need confirm your payment details.
Once you’ve done this, the box will close and you’ll need to wait about 30-60 seconds for the “Sale” button to appear on the screen (the longer it takes, the more time it takes to process your order).
Once the “Purchase” button appears, you have about 15-20 minutes to process and complete your purchase.
After you’ve completed the purchase, you should see the “Completed” message at the end of the message box.
After the “Sales” button has been clicked, you may receive an email with a confirmation link to redeem your tickets via mail.
If that doesn’t work, you could still redeem the tickets via PayPal, which takes less than an hour to process.
When you arrive at your Disney destination, you’re given a choice to purchase a ticket or enter into a contest.
In the “Ticket Selection” section, you’d need to click on “Submit” on each ticket you’d like to purchase.
The process is similar to purchasing a ticket at the Disney store.
After clicking “Submit,” you will receive a confirmation email.
You may select “Continue” on that confirmation email to continue.
After confirming your purchase, the “Pass” button will appear.
Clicking this will take you to a screen where you will need to enter the credit card information and password you entered at the “Reserve” section of the “Order” section.
Once the credit and password are entered, the ticket is available for purchase on Amazon.
If a ticket has been purchased via Disney Rewards, you must enter your credit and/or debit card information at the checkout process.
You also need to log in with your Disney account.
Once logged in, you would be taken back to the “Tickets” page where the “Event” section is.
If the “No Purchase Required” box appears at the left, you are allowed to enter a number of different options.
Once complete, you get an email from Disney that you can complete the purchase.
You will receive the confirmation email within 5-10 minutes.
You must click “Submit.”
When the confirmation process is complete, a confirmation message will appear on your screen.
You should receive a notification in your inbox, which you should check to make sure your tickets are valid.
You have about 30 minutes to complete the transaction.
If everything is correct, you receive an confirmation email with the tickets you purchased and confirmation confirmation of your ticket purchase.
If it’s not, then you will have to wait another 15-30 minutes for the tickets to be processed and you can go back to checkout.
You receive your tickets within two hours after the transaction has been completed.
If, after the process, you want to re-order tickets or upgrade to a different ticket, you just have to select the ticket you would like to do that and click “Request Upgrade” on your confirmation email, confirming your email address.
If there’s no change in your ticketing information, you’ve still received your ticket, and you will get an confirmation message within 10 minutes.
If tickets are still not working, you might want to contact your credit cards provider to make changes.