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    Best AP Deal

    I am getting my AP back!!!! heheheehhheehehehehe.

    What's the best AP deal. I have heard that Costco has APs but is it worth finding someone who has an Costco card? Are there any other deals? I do not live in So Cal-- (Blast). Ideas??
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    Re: Best AP Deal

    The best deal is simply going more than you expect. You think you'll go once a month? well, go twice a month. See, I just saved you 50% on admissions.
    (Or is that 100%?)
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    Re: Best AP Deal

    The only thing you get with the one at Costco is a $50 gift certificate you can use in the park. You still pay the same price for the annual pass.

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    Re: Best AP Deal

    Quote Originally Posted by Snookie View Post
    The only thing you get with the one at Costco is a $50 gift certificate you can use in the park. You still pay the same price for the annual pass.
    Yes and No, the Deluxe AP deal at Costco is the same price as a Deluxe AP at the park, but if you want a Premium, then it is $50 off.

    Just buy the voucher at Costco, go to the Main Ticket Booth to have it processed, and then take the $50 Gift Card to Bank of Main Street and apply it to an upgrade to a Premium. That is cheaper than the normal renewal discount.

    But yes, the Costco deal is the best value on AP's currently.

    By the way, the Disney Gift Card is a true Gift Card, and can be used anywhere Disney accepts the cards (such as Cruise Ships, Disney Stores, etc.), not restricted to just the park.
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    Re: Best AP Deal

    Quote Originally Posted by Darkbeer View Post
    Yes and No, the Deluxe AP deal at Costco is the same price as a Deluxe AP at the park, but if you want a Premium, then it is $50 off.

    Just buy the voucher at Costco, go to the Main Ticket Booth to have it processed, and then take the $50 Gift Card to Bank of Main Street and apply it to an upgrade to a Premium. That is cheaper than the normal renewal discount.

    But yes, the Costco deal is the best value on AP's currently.

    By the way, the Disney Gift Card is a true Gift Card, and can be used anywhere Disney accepts the cards (such as Cruise Ships, Disney Stores, etc.), not restricted to just the park.
    Also if they still have your picture in the system, the main ticket booth will give you your card right away. You can also upgrade at that moment too. So you dont have to wait at the Bank of Main Street.
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