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    Question Getting a 14 day pass

    Hi,
    Firstly I have just started reading these forums, and can't believe how much you all know about Disneyland! We are heading to Disneyland from January 3rd and have purchased a 14 day pass. Just want to know what we have to do to redeem the voucher for the pass? Do we all need to be there to have a photo taken? And do we just go the main turnstiles and gates? We will probably do it in the afternoon on the day we arrive just so that bit is done before we want to spend a full day there. We have 2 seniors, 3 adults and 4 kids so just wanting to plan things so the trip can run as smoothly as possible. Is the park busy to get into in the afternoon?

    Also they have just started posting the park hours for when we are there, on the disney website it seems to say Magic Morning Hours not available for today for every day I have looked, am I just reading the site wrong? Or do they not always have them when the park opens at 8?

    I am so excited cannot wait!!

    Jaymcee.

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    Re: Getting a 14 day pass

    Magic Mornings are not every morning. You redeem vouchers at the Will Call ticket booths. They have directional signs to the correct booth right after you get through security. (bag check)

    You will not need your picture taken, but the person who bought the vouchers has to be there to redeem them i believe.
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    Re: Getting a 14 day pass

    Thanks, that's great. I have just figured out the magic morning problem, the hours do not show correctly on the iPad, they are fine on the pc!! Might be a flash problem!

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    Re: Getting a 14 day pass

    wouldnt it be cheaper just to buy a annual pass

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    Re: Getting a 14 day pass

    ^Depends how much you value the magic mornings.

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    Re: Getting a 14 day pass

    Quote Originally Posted by disneylandkitty View Post
    wouldnt it be cheaper just to buy a annual pass
    Not usually. The Australian 14 day pass is usually about $250.
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    Re: Getting a 14 day pass

    Quote Originally Posted by jaymcee View Post
    Thanks, that's great. I have just figured out the magic morning problem, the hours do not show correctly on the iPad, they are fine on the pc!! Might be a flash problem!
    That usually is why you can't see the whole page. Magic Mornings are usually Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sundays. And only take place at Disneyland Park, not DCA.

    With your PH you will have one MM credit. If you are an onsite guests you can show your room key to enter into all available from check in to check out day.

    Quote Originally Posted by disneylandkitty View Post
    wouldnt it be cheaper just to buy a annual pass
    Most likely no. From a 6 day to 14 day cost only $40 more. Difference in the 5 and 6 day cost is $5 and adding additional days are each $5 more from that point.

    And when someon mentions a 14 day pass, or a pass longer than 6 days, it likely means they are from far away. DLR tickets only go upto 6 days when you buy them in the US. So an AP for the OP would have to be a Delux, and cost over $75 more.

    For US residents you can buy a 6 day PH and upgrade it at $5 a day by going to the WDTC office in DTD.

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    Re: Getting a 14 day pass

    Quote Originally Posted by disneylandkitty View Post
    wouldnt it be cheaper just to buy a annual pass
    Might be worth it if I didn't have to travel 6500 miles to use it! I believe there is not much difference in price but it is cheaper for us the get the 14 day pass!

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    Re: Getting a 14 day pass

    If one in your group purchases an AP you at least get the discounts with it......shopping and dining. Depending on when you are going and block out days and your circumstances that might be worth considering.

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    Re: Getting a 14 day pass

    ^Remember though that people from outside California have to get a Deluxe pass. We aren't eligable for the So-Cal ones.

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    Re: Getting a 14 day pass

    I just wanted to wish you a happy and magical visit to Disneyland! Please take lots of pictures and post a Trip Report when you return; I love seeing everyone's trips!

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    Re: Getting a 14 day pass

    Well... Disney needs to offer the 14 day pass to in-state guests. Six days is never enough.







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    Re: Getting a 14 day pass

    Quote Originally Posted by Sambo View Post
    Well... Disney needs to offer the 14 day pass to in-state guests. Six days is never enough.
    Like I said above you can upgrade your ticket at the WDTC office in DTD to more than the 6 day limit on your initial purchase. After 5 days it's $5 a day more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChessurInWonderland View Post
    I just wanted to wish you a happy and magical visit to Disneyland! Please take lots of pictures and post a Trip Report when you return; I love seeing everyone's trips!
    I know we'll have a great time, and will post a report on my return!! Have not been to Disneyland since 1992 so am really looking forward to it, trying to plan my days there so we can cover everything easily! I love the touringplans site!

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    Re: Getting a 14 day pass

    Quote Originally Posted by jaymcee View Post
    Hi,
    Firstly I have just started reading these forums, and can't believe how much you all know about Disneyland! We are heading to Disneyland from January 3rd and have purchased a 14 day pass. Just want to know what we have to do to redeem the voucher for the pass? Do we all need to be there to have a photo taken? And do we just go the main turnstiles and gates? We will probably do it in the afternoon on the day we arrive just so that bit is done before we want to spend a full day there. We have 2 seniors, 3 adults and 4 kids so just wanting to plan things so the trip can run as smoothly as possible. Is the park busy to get into in the afternoon?

    Also they have just started posting the park hours for when we are there, on the disney website it seems to say Magic Morning Hours not available for today for every day I have looked, am I just reading the site wrong? Or do they not always have them when the park opens at 8?

    I am so excited cannot wait!!

    Jaymcee.
    i think it's just like the tickets you get for one day, not like the Annual Pass that is a hard piece of plastic.. although i am not sure i never seen a 14 day pass...

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