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Old 29 Sep 20, 05:46 PM  
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Oh I really hope they come back, we are planning a 21 day holiday with only the last three days at the beach but other than that it will be completely Disney.
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Old 30 Sep 20, 07:15 AM  
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Oh I really hope they come back, we are planning a 21 day holiday with only the last three days at the beach but other than that it will be completely Disney.
Remember though that's only really 2 days extra that you would need for park tickets on top of the 14 days. The last day of your holiday and the first day are really not park days so realistically you may be better off buying 2 day passes than stretching to an AP. Also if there is a special event while your there on the first day or last day you could add this in to save some money too as usually for things like Mickeys Halloween etc you are allowed to go to the park from 4pm onwards.
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They will be nuts not to bring it back. 4 months post vaccine would be my guess
Happily you are wrong. If you had an AP that expired or you cancelled since Mar 15th you can now buy an AP.
It is not currently available for people who did not have an AP at the time the parks closed yet.
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Happily you are wrong. If you had an AP that expired or you cancelled since Mar 15th you can now buy an AP.
It is not currently available for people who did not have an AP at the time the parks closed yet.
Really? ohhhh
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gutted but come to accept these aren't going to be back before summer
Quite looking forward to Universal/other stuff for a week then 15 days in Disney - it's going to add about 1400 yikes (though 400 is RPR with tesco's vouchers)
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gutted but come to accept these aren't going to be back before summer
Quite looking forward to Universal/other stuff for a week then 15 days in Disney - it's going to add about 1400 yikes (though 400 is RPR with tesco's vouchers)
? I'm confused. If you are 15 days in Disney why do you need an annual pass?
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? I'm confused. If you are 15 days in Disney why do you need an annual pass?
I don't, my comment is about no 21 day option
We're there 23 days
Rather than go up to an annual pass I'm opting for the 2 week Disney 2 week Universal pass
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I don't, my comment is about no 21 day option
We're there 23 days
Rather than go up to an annual pass I'm opting for the 2 week Disney 2 week Universal pass
Ah OK lol I think I read your response wrongly. Can I blame it being early in the morning?
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