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    Annual Pass Payments for non-SoCal resident / Can it be done?

    So I really want to buy another annual pass soon, but I'd much prefer to do the annual pass monthly payment option to make it more affordable.

    I live in NorCal, but have family friends that live in SoCal and are more than willing to help me try to get on the monthly payments. So the question is - can it be done?

    There are loopholes to everything, so I figure there's a good chance this is possible. Perhaps if the family friend said I lived with her and allowed me to use her address when I bought the pass?

    Or do it by mail?

    Any help the MC community can provide would be greatly appreciated!

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    Re: Annual Pass Payments for non-SoCal resident / Can it be done?

    It probably can be done....but driving to Disneyland by way of Prince Edward Island can be done too; the question is, is it really worth all that hassle?


    PS: Mice Chat kinda frowns on posting ways to cheat the Mouse....so don't expect too much help here(sorry)
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    Re: Annual Pass Payments for non-SoCal resident / Can it be done?

    Quote Originally Posted by sleepyjeff View Post
    It probably can be done....but driving to Disneyland by way of Prince Edward Island can be done too; the question is, is it really worth all that hassle?


    PS: Mice Chat kinda frowns on posting ways to cheat the Mouse....so don't expect too much help here(sorry)
    Is it really "cheating the Mouse" though? I'm not trying to get in for free, it's not like the whole value of the pass won't be paid.

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    Re: Annual Pass Payments for non-SoCal resident / Can it be done?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rex View Post
    Is it really "cheating the Mouse" though? I'm not trying to get in for free, it's not like the whole value of the pass won't be paid.
    Tell ya what you should do. First thing in the morning, call Disneyland Resort Customer Relations at (714) 781-7290.

    Tell them exactly what you told us, word for word:
    "I really want to buy another annual pass soon, but I'd much prefer to do the annual pass monthly payment option to make it more affordable.

    I live in NorCal, but have family friends that live in SoCal and are more than willing to help me try to get on the monthly payments. So the question is - can it be done?

    There are loopholes to everything, so I figure there's a good chance this is possible. Perhaps if the family friend said I lived with her and allowed me to use her address when I bought the pass?

    Or do it by mail?

    Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated!"

    Write down exactly what they tell you, word for word, and post it here.

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    Re: Annual Pass Payments for non-SoCal resident / Can it be done?

    You would be signing a legally binding contract that lists as one of the requirements as "This program is restricted to residents of Southern California residing in zip codes 90000-93599" or something to that effect.

    So are you comfortable lying on a legally binding contract?


    And for what its worth, I consider lying to qualify for a program that you do not qualify for, be it to make it easier on your self financially or what else have you, to be cheating. You are bending to rules to make them work in your favor. And how is that fair to everyone else who also lives in Northern California and pays in full for their annual passes because they follow the rules?

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    Re: Annual Pass Payments for non-SoCal resident / Can it be done?

    Quote Originally Posted by sleepyjeff View Post
    It probably can be done....but driving to Disneyland by way of Prince Edward Island can be done too; the question is, is it really worth all that hassle?


    PS: Mice Chat kinda frowns on posting ways to cheat the Mouse....so don't expect too much help here(sorry)
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