Hi ? about AP have a 9 day mywph for Aug thinking about changing to AP where when & how do I change Also can someone explain DDE it sounds like a good idea Could DDE be bought at the same time & place as AP This panel is awesome I wish I found it e
- Asked by Colleen from MA on 7/16/2008
Before, or at any point during your trip, you can upgrade your park hopper ticket to an annual pass at any resort guest relations desk, any theme park ticket window, or any theme park guest relations office. Just bring your ticket with you and they... read more
Hi moms and dad! Love the panel! I am a Florida resident and I am looking into purchasing the AP. I know that Annual Passholders can get discounted hotel rooms. Is it possible to get the discounted room and the DP? Thanks!
- Asked by Krysten from MA on 7/11/2008
Hi KrystenI have an annual pass and had to say goodbye to my opportunity to take part in any of the free dining plan promotions. The promotions only come out occasionally and apply only to travel during a specific period. The promotions... read more
We usually visit WDW 3-4 times per year. Can you help me determine if the AP or non exp tkts would be best. We always get the hopper option. Thanks, you guys ROCK!
- Asked by Holly from KY on 6/21/2008
Holly,If you visit more than once a year you are almost always better off buying an annual pass (AP). The determining factor would be the length of your visits.Using current pricing (as of 6/08), an annual pass for adults is $448. ... read more
Are extra magic hours included with the purchase of an annual pass? Or is that only a perk when you stay at one of the resorts? Thank you for your time.
- Asked by Adriane from TX on 6/21/2008
There are many great perks to being an annual pass holder, but unfortunately access to the park Extra Magic Hours is not one of them. Extra Magic Hours are only available to guests staying at the Disney resorts. Cast members will ask guests trying... read more
How can I purchase an annual pass for all of my family as part of our reservation package? It seems to make the most sense for our 10 day stay in September, as we may return again in 2009, but I don't see this as an option in booking online.
- Asked by Jill from NH on 1/20/2008
An annual pass does begin to make sense once you hit about 10 days in the parks in a year. The discounts available to annual passholders on shopping, tours, dining, and even hotel rooms can really make a difference.Not every possible option for... read more