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    What Percentage of MiceChatters have AP's?

    Sometimes, I will be reading a thread on a different topic, and a question will pop into my head.

    Does anyone have an educated guess as to just what percentage of MiceChatters are annual passholders?

    I am not knowledgeable, on how to conduct a poll, but this would be interesting to know.

    I will be going to Disneyland for the first time in July. I live in Chicago. Oh I would love to retire to California and get an AP for Disneyland.

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    I'm not exactly sure but i would say more than 50%.
    Putting the um in forum. Um...


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    Is there a specific age you have to be to get a AP?Cause i was thinking about gettin one my senior year in high school

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    probably around 70-80%

    that' just my point of view though

    I know most of the people here tend to live at least in California (or a neighboring state)

    I live all the way out in washington though :\ no AP's for me

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    Northern CA resident. Six AP's for our family. Do we count as one (MiceChatter) or six?

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    Quote Originally Posted by painted windows
    Is there a specific age you have to be to get a AP?Cause i was thinking about gettin one my senior year in high school
    None that I know of, I've had one off and on since 7th grade so you're all clear if you're in high school.
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    I just put up a poll on this; it's an interesting question.

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    We live in the Bay Area, and someday, we hope to have AP's
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    Quote Originally Posted by painted windows
    Is there a specific age you have to be to get a AP?Cause i was thinking about gettin one my senior year in high school
    Same as the regular passports... 2 yrs of age and up I believe, and those below that get free admission anyways...

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    2 yr olds are still free. 3 and up.
    I give myself very good advice, but I very seldom follow it.
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    I stand corrected!!

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    Well, I'm a mice chatter and have an AP so that is 100%


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    Yeah, I have one too. And the age thing is true as noted above. I got mine after my senior year of HS too.

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    I dont have one because I have always had family that works at disney, lifetime pass

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    We just renewed our Premium Passports yesterday! From San Francisco and get down about every other month, so in the end its much less expensive for us.
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