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    Annual Pass Questions

    I am going to the parks on March 23rd, and since park hoppers are now 80-some dollars, I figured I might as well get the SoCal Select Annual Pass (don't tell me the other ones are better, I already know-but I doubt that I'll go to disneyland more than once or twice more this year). But can someone clear up a few questions for me?

    1) Are blackout passes still $30?

    2) Are blackout passes considered park hoppers?

    3) If you buy a blackout pass, can both the AP and blackout pass be used to get Fastpasses?

    I swear I had more questions...oh well...

    Thanks!
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    Re: Annual Pass Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by dragnman777 View Post
    I am going to the parks on March 23rd, and since park hoppers are now 80-some dollars, I figured I might as well get the SoCal Select Annual Pass (don't tell me the other ones are better, I already know-but I doubt that I'll go to disneyland more than once or twice more this year). But can someone clear up a few questions for me?

    1) Are blackout passes still $30?

    2) Are blackout passes considered park hoppers?

    3) If you buy a blackout pass, can both the AP and blackout pass be used to get Fastpasses?

    I swear I had more questions...oh well...

    Thanks!
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    Re: Annual Pass Questions

    Thanks everyone!
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    If you ever see a skinny eight year-old looking kid sprinting through Adventureland, yell "Hi!" at me!
    Btw, I'm really not eight.

    So I'm sitting at my computer thinking, hey, I need a creative signature so that people on micechat will remember me. And then it hits me: I'll just type it up!
    I sure am creative.

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    Re: Annual Pass Questions

    I wanted to add that on REALLY busy "blockout" days, Disneyland may be not selling any more tickets if you get there after a certain time. They sold me a "blockout" DCA Only ticket once for $20.

    Shouldn't affect you, but just in case ... It happens.

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    Re: Annual Pass Questions

    I finally remembered another question-

    How do I show proof of residence in Southern California (I don't have a driver's license)
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    Btw, I'm really not eight.

    So I'm sitting at my computer thinking, hey, I need a creative signature so that people on micechat will remember me. And then it hits me: I'll just type it up!
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    Anyone?
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    If you ever see a skinny eight year-old looking kid sprinting through Adventureland, yell "Hi!" at me!
    Btw, I'm really not eight.

    So I'm sitting at my computer thinking, hey, I need a creative signature so that people on micechat will remember me. And then it hits me: I'll just type it up!
    I sure am creative.

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    Re: Annual Pass Questions

    I would say a bill... gas, phone... something that has your name and address on it. I know that's acceptable at some places do probably at DL too?
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    It looks like if you order it from the website you just need to enter your zip-code. At the ticket booths, I'm not sure what they'll be looking for besides a driver's license.
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    Do you have a state ID? You can get those at the DMV for free, I think. You'll have to stand in line just as long as you would for some of the rides, and the end result won't be as fun, but I know DL would accept it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dragnman777 View Post
    I finally remembered another question-

    How do I show proof of residence in Southern California (I don't have a driver's license)
    You could try throwing a local gang sign. Oh wait... No, that only works at Magic Mountain. DOH!

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    Re: Annual Pass Questions

    Huh. As I'm fifteen, I don't have an I.D. or pay bills...
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    Btw, I'm really not eight.

    So I'm sitting at my computer thinking, hey, I need a creative signature so that people on micechat will remember me. And then it hits me: I'll just type it up!
    I sure am creative.

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    Re: Annual Pass Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by dragnman777 View Post
    I am going to the parks on March 23rd, and since park hoppers are now 80-some dollars, I figured I might as well get the SoCal Select Annual Pass (don't tell me the other ones are better, I already know-but I doubt that I'll go to disneyland more than once or twice more this year). But can someone clear up a few questions for me?

    1) Are blackout passes still $30?

    2) Are blackout passes considered park hoppers?

    3) If you buy a blackout pass, can both the AP and blackout pass be used to get Fastpasses?

    I swear I had more questions...oh well...

    Thanks!

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    Re: Annual Pass Questions

    Yeah I would say your best bet is to get a state issue ID.... And that way you will now have a state ID.... Which is a really handy thing to have.
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    Re: Annual Pass Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by Snow_White_Raven View Post
    Yeah I would say your best bet is to get a state issue ID.... And that way you will now have a state ID.... Which is a really handy thing to have.
    Grrrrrr...that's inconvenient. Couldn't I buy the pass at Von's or something? Would that work?
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    Btw, I'm really not eight.

    So I'm sitting at my computer thinking, hey, I need a creative signature so that people on micechat will remember me. And then it hits me: I'll just type it up!
    I sure am creative.

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