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    AP's for DLP?

    There is a chance I may be going to Paris for a few months and I was wondering if there is an AP there and about how much it costs.
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    Re: AP's for DLP?

    There are two types of AP: -
    Classic - Entry into both parks for 345 days of the year, magazine, free parking, special offers and invites to special occasions.
    Fantasia - As above plus 10% disoun t in most shops and restaurants in DLP and La Vallee (and a 20% discount on one pre-arranged day per year).

    Prices (although I must say these are from 2004/05 and will have increased) are Classic 149 euros and Fantasia 229 euros.

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    Re: AP's for DLP?

    Quote Originally Posted by nathan detroit View Post
    There are two types of AP: -
    Classic - Entry into both parks for 345 days of the year, magazine, free parking, special offers and invites to special occasions.
    Fantasia - As above plus 10% disoun t in most shops and restaurants in DLP and La Vallee (and a 20% discount on one pre-arranged day per year).

    Prices (although I must say these are from 2004/05 and will have increased) are Classic 149 euros and Fantasia 229 euros.

    Hope this helps
    The names have changed as well (Classic is now Fantasy, Fantasia is now Dream). And a Fantasy AP is only €129, a Dream AP €179. Now sure what happened there?

    This explains it all (in English, unlike the official site):
    http://www.dlrpmagic.com/guides/prac...nualpassports/

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    Re: AP's for DLP?

    Oops! My sources must be totally kaput!
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    Re: AP's for DLP?

    I bought the AP last year and have been able to enjoy all of the new stuff in the last several months... If you are planning to do repeated visits in a year... I would say.. BUY, most definitely.

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    Re: AP's for DLP?

    Quote Originally Posted by pussnboots View Post
    The names have changed as well (Classic is now Fantasy, Fantasia is now Dream). And a Fantasy AP is only €129, a Dream AP €179. Now sure what happened there?

    This explains it all (in English, unlike the official site):
    http://www.dlrpmagic.com/guides/prac...nualpassports/
    Anyone know about how much that is in US Currency?

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    Re: AP's for DLP?

    Do the math... One US dollar currently equal .72 euro cents. So the Fantasia AP at 129 Euros... is $179, and so on... Of course, currency rates change daily... so you have to keep checking the state of the market up to the day of your visit to get a better idea of how much you will be spending.

    At HKDL... when you use an american credit card, the reciept prints the HK$ and the equivalent US$ amount as well, so you immediately see how much you are paying in US$, but this is only done in HKDL, and no other Disney park. I wish they did.
    Last edited by TDLFAN; 07-18-2007 at 02:07 PM. Reason: revised euro/us $ currency exchange rate for 7/18th/07

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    Re: AP's for DLP?

    My mental arithmatic would put 129 euros at about $180 and 179 euros at about $245.

    Someone will now come along and correct me, I'm sure.
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    Re: AP's for DLP?

    Wow, $245 isn't bad at all!

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    Re: AP's for DLP?

    Very good mental ability up there Nathan.

    As for one day tickets.. currently at TDL is US$49 or 5,900 yen. At WDW, any of their parks is just over US$70 with tax, still... you get 1/3 less entertainment at the MK park than you get at TDL al around. I beleive the current DLP 1-day tickey is close to $70 as well.. someone correct my assumption on this.

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    Re: AP's for DLP?

    I did it the long way - converted into £s and then into $s!
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    Re: AP's for DLP?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tracy98 View Post
    Wow, $245 isn't bad at all!
    However... keep in mind... cheaper prices may apply to residents of France... and I believe foreigners may have to pay a higher price. Not sure if the prices above are the ones that would apply to non-euro residents.

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    Re: AP's for DLP?

    They do apply to all. Basically a Fantasy Pass works out $2 more than a 3 day hopper - so go AP if you are planning on going to DLP for more than 3 days in a year.

    The dream Pass is better if staying off site as it offers parking at all DLP hotels (except the DLH), access to extra magic hours, 20% off merchandise, 10% off food, free aparetif at table service restaurants, discounts to special events and many other perks. Totally worth it to us!
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    Re: AP's for DLP?

    Quote Originally Posted by TDLFAN View Post
    ... and I believe foreigners may have to pay a higher price. .
    Isn't that policy , like, racist?
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    Re: AP's for DLP?

    Quote Originally Posted by nathan detroit View Post
    Isn't that policy , like, racist?
    First of all, no. Should the reasons for this be unclear, I am perfectly willing to discuss it in a seperate thread called "Spewings of a language stickler".

    Second of all, TDLFAN is probably referring to the "Francilien" AP, a pass that comes with some sneaky traps and pitfalls. It's not valid on the two days following your purchase (rendering it a far better option for the French, who can order their APs online in advance), some of its offers are only available to residents of the Île-de-France, that sort of thing. I always thought it wasn't available to the rest of the world period, but I don't really see that mentioned anywhere.

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