We are planning on visiting WDW for 3 days in November, 2009 and then again for 5 days in September, 2010. What would be the best ticket option for us? Was looking at Annual Passes, but didn't know if that was most cost effective?
- Asked by Kris from GA on 11/9/2009
I would personally compare the price of a 8 or 9 day Hopper ticket adding the no expiration option to the cost of the Annual Pass. I also would recommend checking with your corporation and your local AAA or travel agent to see if they may have... read more
Can you buy the Florida resident pass at the park and still make the 12 monthley payments.?
- Asked by mark from FL on 3/21/2011
Hi Mark, as of right now, the Florida Resident monthly payment option is only available online. Payments are only accepted by credit card, and you give that information online for Disney to bill your card each month for the payment. You can find out... read more
Hello Moms and Dad,
Plan on coming 3 times in 2010-Mar,Aug,Dec- and can't decide on annual pass or not. If free dining is offered in Aug, then we wouldn't be able to use it. With a family of six it's a big promo. Love the panel. Thanks
- Asked by Terry from PA on 12/28/2009
Hello Terry, It is so great that you and your family get to enjoy to Walt Disney World three times in 2010! It is a big decision whether or not to purchase an Annual Pass. The rule of thumb for an Annual Pass is: if you plan on going into a Walt... read more
How do Annual Passes work?How much are they?I hear they are good for one year.If we go to WDW 06/09 for 7 days and in 04/10 for 7 days,is that within a yr or do we need to go by12/09.Also how cost effective would it be for us if we did travel those dates?
- Asked by Natalia from NY on 2/6/2009
Annual passes are a very good choice if you know that you'll be visiting Disney World more than once in a year.
There are two types of annual passes:
Theme Park Annual Passes will give you unlimited admission to the four major... read more
Hi! I have 3 ?. I bought an AP for myself and my son (12 years old) online. 1st, do i have to pay parking on first day, til i get my ACTUAL pass). 2nd, to p/u son's pass, can i use his birth cert? 3rd, do AP come with Guest passes for friends? Thanks!!
- Asked by Anita from FL on 6/20/2011
Congratulations on purchasing annual passes! We love having Disney World freedom with ours.
1) No, you do not have to pay for parking. Show the parking attendant your receipt or vouchers and they will let... read more