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    Raising Annual Passport-How much would you go??

    How much would you be willing to spend on an Annual Pass that would allow:
    1. Unlimited fast pass per A.P
    2. Sectioned off Parking for A.P within walking distance!
    3. Priority seating to all Disney owned restuarants. With only 1 hour
    notice.
    4. Once a year Dining at Club 33 with 1 guest per card. (real kicker!)
    5. Weekend getaways at the Disneyland resort Hotels. (40% discounts)
    may vary..
    6. Discounts on shopping, casual dining, tours, etc.
    7. Bring back A.P nights- Behind the scenes!
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    9.
    Please add more.

    Cost: $500-800

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    Re: Raising Annual Passport-How much would you go??

    A photo pass thing would be cool. Get your pic on the rides, scan the AP and you can print them at home

    also

    discount on Fantasmic seating, some sort of lounge where discounted food was offered, but most of all, A GATE JUST FOR APS
    5 days a week

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    Re: Raising Annual Passport-How much would you go??

    Quote Originally Posted by snappy View Post
    How much would you be willing to spend on an Annual Pass that would allow:
    1. Unlimited fast pass per A.P
    2. Sectioned off Parking for A.P within walking distance!
    3. Priority seating to all Disney owned restuarants. With only 1 hour
    notice.
    4. Once a year Dining at Club 33 with 1 guest per card. (real kicker!)
    5. Weekend getaways at the Disneyland resort Hotels. (40% discounts)
    may vary..
    6. Discounts on shopping, casual dining, tours, etc.
    7. Bring back A.P nights- Behind the scenes!
    8.
    9.
    Please add more.

    Cost: $500-800
    1. yes - but then the fastpass line would probably be just as long as the standby line
    2.YES!!!
    3.Yes
    4.NO WAY ON EARTH SHOULD THEY LET JUST ANYONE IN THERE WHO IS NOT A MEMBER OR KNOWS A MEMBER
    5.Yes, but for WDW. I only live 15 miles away and would rather stay at a Motel 6
    6.YES!!!
    7. yes
    8. Have lowered single day and or park hopper ticket prices for AP's who bring guests who come from outside Southern California. Like my friend from Arizona. I would like to treat him and it would be nice if they would do this for us.

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    Re: Raising Annual Passport-How much would you go??

    Quote Originally Posted by njacobus View Post
    A GATE JUST FOR APS
    That would make the lines to get in the park even longer, as most of the people going into the parks are AP's.


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    Re: Raising Annual Passport-How much would you go??

    I'd do unlimited fastpass. Thats the only part we'd actually see if it were to happen.

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    Re: Raising Annual Passport-How much would you go??

    It sounds good, the problem is just that there are soooo many annual passholders.

    Maybe there should be a special Gold or Platinum level pass. Maybe around $500 ish.

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    Re: Raising Annual Passport-How much would you go??

    Quote Originally Posted by njacobus View Post
    A GATE JUST FOR APS






    Been there...Done that!

    It was short lived though. But not for a lack of use.

    Too many non-Ap'ers (and even a few AP'ers) whined about "special privileges" for those mean, non-deserving folks that felt that an AP would be a better value to enjoy the Park.

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    Re: Raising Annual Passport-How much would you go??

    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyPrincess4590 View Post
    Maybe there should be a special Gold or Platinum level pass. Maybe around $500 ish.






    I'm still waiting for a lifetime pass.

    Other parks offer them, so why not DL???

    I'd pay $1,500 - $2,000 for it...

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    Re: Raising Annual Passport-How much would you go??

    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyPrincess4590 View Post
    It sounds good, the problem is just that there are soooo many annual passholders.

    Maybe there should be a special Gold or Platinum level pass. Maybe around $500 ish.
    Agree 100% on kicking up the AP to $500 to weed out the numbers.

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    Re: Raising Annual Passport-How much would you go??

    Quote Originally Posted by PirateMickey View Post
    I'm still waiting for a lifetime pass.

    Other parks offer them, so why not DL???

    I'd pay $1,500 - $2,000 for it...
    I'd sell my soul.



    Just kidding...now if it were a 6-park U.S. AP, then we might see.....

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    Re: Raising Annual Passport-How much would you go??

    Quote Originally Posted by sir clinksalot View Post
    That would make the lines to get in the park even longer, as most of the people going into the parks are AP's.







    I would rather stand in a longer line of AP'ers (that already know to have their AP's out and ready to hand over to the CM) than a shorter line of tourists that seem to have a tendency to not be able to have their entry tix out and ready to give to the CM for scanning. They wait until they get right up to the CM and then all of a sudden realize that they have to show their tix to get in! Gee...What a concept!!! Instead, they're digging through their purses, fumbling around through their pockets, asking their group who has them, etc...

    Were they in line by accident??? I don't think so...

    I've watched numerous times as our family of six breezes right through the entry gates with our AP's versus maybe two or three non-AP'er's in the next line.

    Practice does make perfect.

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    Re: Raising Annual Passport-How much would you go??

    I'm sorry PirateMickey, but you're just asking for , aren't you?

    Even though most of us are annual passholders, I don't think we need to revive the AP/tourist argument again. Since we are all at Disneyland to enjoy ourselves, it goes without saying that you should exercise a little patience for those who don't know exactly how the process works, and not let something like that ruin your day.

    I do think that annual passes have the correct blackout dates, the right perks, and are priced fine.

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    Re: Raising Annual Passport-How much would you go??

    Quote Originally Posted by 2DieFR View Post
    I'm sorry PirateMickey, but you're just asking for , aren't you?

    Even though most of us are annual passholders, I don't think we need to revive the AP/tourist argument again. Since we are all at Disneyland to enjoy ourselves, it goes without saying that you should exercise a little patience for those who don't know exactly how the process works, and not let something like that ruin your day.




    Oh yeah, I remember the previous threads about this same subject.

    My feelings haven't changed, so I throw them out there. It makes for interesting reading...

    And certainly, a few NIMRODS (and that is not referring just to "tourists", AP'er's can be included in that group too) in front of me in line or seen in the Park, will NEVER be able to ruin my trip.

    Life's too short, and DL is too fun!!!

    Enjoy!

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    Re: Raising Annual Passport-How much would you go??

    Quote Originally Posted by PirateMickey View Post
    I'm still waiting for a lifetime pass.

    Other parks offer them, so why not DL???

    I'd pay $1,500 - $2,000 for it...
    Can we finance it...

    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyPrincess4590 View Post
    I'd sell my soul.



    Just kidding...now if it were a 6-park U.S. AP, then we might see.....
    That would be one soul please...

    a lifetime American Disney Pass would be wicked cool, they would be snatched up too fast though.

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    Re: Raising Annual Passport-How much would you go??

    Nemo Sub Line Jumper AP - $1,000 per year.
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