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Old 9 Aug 20, 11:09 AM  
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Struggling to find passholder info

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Looking at the option or purchasing a passholder, but I cannot find prices, payment methods, perks, comparisons of tickets?

Can anyone help who is a UK Disney passholder?

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Have you looked here?

disneyworld/passholder-program/

If there's anything you can't find just ask, I've been a pass holder since 2003.
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Originally Posted by Dr.JumbaJookiba View Post
Have you looked here?

disneyworld/passholder-program/

If there's anything you can't find just ask, I've been a pass holder since 2003.
Thank you

where are the prices?
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Thank you

where are the prices?
Here sorry, some links aren't working now they've been pulled from sale

disneyworld/passes/index/
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Here sorry, some links aren't working now they've been pulled from sale

disneyworld/passes/index/
This is great.
What I am now trying to find out (sorry if I annoy you with questions)
Is:, if free dining does not come back for some time, but I still go twice a year and stay on site (I already have paid a deposit for POP next september for two weeks).
Then would be another 2 weeks within a 12 month period (I am going to purchase the universal pass which has 3 months free on it) so am def planning two trips per year.
Would any of these passes be worth it for me?

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A 14 day ultimate ticket is currently around 450. At $1.30/1 that's $585. That's $1170 if you bought two separate 14 day tickets. Any annual pass under/around $1170 is therefore worth it and discounts etc would be a bonus.
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A 14 day ultimate ticket is currently around 450. At $1.30/1 that's $585. That's $1170 if you bought two separate 14 day tickets. Any annual pass under/around $1170 is therefore worth it and discounts etc would be a bonus.
This is where my maths is! so if I can purchase and keep until I can activate until Sep 2021 for me it will be worth it!

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Now I need to know what discounts I would get on food
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Now I need to know what discounts I would get on food
These dining discounts are for AP holders. Times/places are restricted and it's good for food and soft drinks only.

disneyworld/passho...and-discounts/

I prefer to use the AP to buy a Tables in Wonderland card though - bigger discount and much greater scope to use it for evening TS meals and it discounts alcohol at the meal too. It's $150 with an AP and offers 20% discount with an automatic 18% tip added back - you can see example bills where I've used it in my food reports in my signature. Another way of looking at it is all your table service tips are paid for the year for $150.

disneyworld/dining...in-wonderland/
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Originally Posted by Dr.JumbaJookiba View Post
These dining discounts are for AP holders. Times/places are restricted and it's good for food and soft drinks only.

disneyworld/passho...and-discounts/

I prefer to use the AP to buy a Tables in Wonderland card though - bigger discount and much greater scope to use it for evening TS meals and it discounts alcohol at the meal too. It's $150 with an AP and offers 20% discount with an automatic 18% tip added back - you can see example bills where I've used it in my food reports in my signature. Another way of looking at it is all your table service tips are paid for the year for $150.

disneyworld/dining...in-wonderland/
Oh no, that's it, I will be dipping in and out of your trip reports around work today
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