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Marty Sklar was hired by The Walt Disney Company after his junior year at UCLA, and began his Disney career at Disneyland in July 1955, the month before the park opened. He spent his first decade at Disney as “the kid,” the very youngest of the creative team Walt had assembled at WED Enterprises. But despite his youth, his talents propelled him forward into substantial responsibility: he became Walt’s speech writer, penned Walt’s and Roy’s messages in the company’s annual report, composed mo
Guests can now purchase tickets directly through My Disney Experience. Tickets can be 1-10 days, either one-park or park hoppers. Tickets can be assigned to existing Family and Friends and then Fastpass+ reservations can be made.
To fully take advantage of the MyMagic+ system, some pre-trip planning is definitely encouraged. First of all, it’s very important to have your Disney online account up-to-date and accessible on My Disney Experience, either through their website or one of their apps on mobile devices. My Disney Experience is really the central hub for guests to keep track of all their vacation plans – resort reservations, park admission, dining reservations, FastPass+ reservations, payment options and even PhotoPass information.
Before your stay, you’ll need to make sure your accounts are up-to-date by linking your resort stay to your account, adding your park admission to your account, and ensuring that everyone on the reservation is listed as a Friend or Family on your account. In order to use FastPass+, your My Disney Experience account must have valid park admission linked to it. If you can’t add a ticket ahead of time, this can be done once you arrive at the resort. For park guests who are not staying at a Disney hotel, they will need to visit a FastPass+ kiosk to make reservations when they enter the park.