Disney World Vacation Planning FAQ

Unfortunately, you cannot use another person's park ticket. If you have a friend or family member, or someone offers to sell you the rest of their unused ticket, DO NOT DO IT.

When entering the park, Disney requires fingerprints. So if you use someone else's ticket you will not be able to. Don't try it. And don't try and pull one over on cast members. They will confiscate the ticket, and they may even ban you!

Yes! Bags can be brought on rides at Disney World. There is space on the coasters to put bags at your feet. And other rides will have specific spots (usually baskets) to put your stuff.

I LOVE the resorts that are walking distance to Epcot. But, if you plan on dining in Epcot you will still need a park ticket to get in.

Yes! Food and drinks are allowed in the park. You can bring a small cooler that does not roll. It must be smaller than 24" long x 15" wide x 18" high.

The following items are prohibited in the parks: Wagons, skateboards, scooters, drones, remote control toys, alcohol, large suitcases/coolers, weapons, glass containers, selfie sticks, balloons, wrapped gifts, folding chairs

Disney used to mail you a planning DVD to help get you started planning your trip. Unfortunately, they are a thing of the past. Find out how to get planning information directly from Disney here.

In most cases the answer is NO.

There are a couple of exceptions. You can pool hop the All-Star pools if you are staying at one of those resorts.

The guests at Port Orleans Riverside and French Quarter can use both pools.