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Annual passes

We are going for 1week in March and are also looking at going for 2 weeks in October. Does anyone have any info on annual passes for US /IOA and also disney please.

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1. Re: Annual passes

You are better off getting Annuals for Universal and Islands of Adventure. Disney - I believe that your tickets are good forever... So if you would buy a four day ticket - and use two days in March... then you could use your other two days in October. Universal is different and won't allow you to do that.

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2. Re: Annual passes

Disney Magic Your Way Tickets are only good forever til the day of first use. If you want to use it on two different holidays, you would need to add the No expiration option and at that point, the cost would be close to getting an Annual Pass anyway. With an Annual Pass you would also get extra Perks, like Free Parking

Here is more info about the Disney Annual Passes

www.wdwinfo.com/wdwinfo/tickets.htm#ap

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3. Re: Annual passes

Do the math, we nearly always have annual passes, we go for 2 weeks and then another two or three weeks within the year, work it out it's not rocket science.

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Hi

We bought our yearly passes On the universal web page ..activated them in December will use them again whom we return in May and then again when we return in November it's a no brainer for us. We also have non expire Disney hopper and water park tickets which we purchased direct from Disney

Annie

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5. Re: Annual passes

The added benefit of the annual passes are free parking and a discount at some of the restraunts and merchindise stores in the parks.

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6. Re: Annual passes

I realised it is cheaper, but was meaning to ask were I can get them from

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7. Re: Annual passes

You can purchase them online or at the park... They do offer Flex Pay for the annual passes if you don't want to pay the whole thing at the time of purchase.

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8. Re: Annual passes

Many thanks all

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9. Re: Annual passes

Is Flex pay only for US citizens though??

Unless you have a US bank account.

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10. Re: Annual passes

No we've done flexipay for our Universal passes using my AmEx card

Edited: 27 January 2014, 21:51