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    secondary "complementary" pass?

    Ok so I am going to the park tomarrow and I left my Anual Passport in my friends car..(my entire wallet actually) which is now in mexico for a week....I plan on going to the park tomarrow with some friends but this is the only thing in the way...I've gotten the 1 day complementary pass before when I left my wallet in the car and didnt want to make that long journey back....has anyone ever had this situation or know if they'll allow it again?

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    Re: secondary "complementary" pass?

    The standard answer is NO, they will require you to get a replacement AP for $20.

    But the sometimes have made exceptions, so I would ask, but be prepared to pay the $20 fee.
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    Re: secondary "complementary" pass?

    Quote Originally Posted by Darkbeer
    The standard answer is NO, they will require you to get a replacement AP for $20.

    But the sometimes have made exceptions, so I would ask, but be prepared to pay the $20 fee.
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    Re: secondary "complementary" pass?

    Has anyone ever been granted a secondary pass?

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    Re: secondary "complementary" pass?

    How did u get a complementary pass for forgetting your AP pass? That's like, unheard of.

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    Re: secondary "complementary" pass?

    My daughter went while her AP pass was in her hubbys wallet on a business trip and she got a one time pass , but even at 20.00 for the the second time not having your pass is really not a bad deal ! You get to go to Disneyland its worth it.

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    Re: secondary "complementary" pass?

    Just remember, if you do have to pay your $20, both passes work. That way you always have a spare [at least for this year]!
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    Re: secondary "complementary" pass?

    Quote Originally Posted by filmfreak11
    How did u get a complementary pass for forgetting your AP pass? That's like, unheard of.
    It's part of the AP rules that they usually don't tell you about. Every year, you're allowed 1 complimentary pass if you accidentally forget your AP. If you forget it again, the only way to get into the park is to pay $20 for a replacement AP. Of course, your old AP becomes null & void as well as a bonus souvenire.
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