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    Annual Passport

    Hi everyone, I'm new to posting... but have been lurking for about 2 years now.

    Here is my first question/ post: My son recently bought the So CA Annual Passport for both himself and his girlfriend. Now, they have decided that they want to go to the park today. (a blockout day) What is the most economical/ prudent way to enter the park? TIA!!

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    Re: Annual Passport

    Easy, they go to the ticket window and purchase a "blockout" ticket. Cost is $30/day. It is a parkhopper - good for one day.
    I just checked on this yesterday.
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    Re: Annual Passport

    And... Welcome to MiceChat officially!

    I believe you can by a "blockout" pass for about $30 for the day. I'm not sure it if covers both parks, I believe it does but I'm sure others can clarify that for you.


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    There ya go!! sdmom typed a bit faster than me!




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    Re: Annual Passport

    Wow!! You guys are quick!! Thanks so much!!

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    Re: Annual Passport

    Quote Originally Posted by Mean Momma View Post
    Hi everyone, I'm new to posting... but have been lurking for about 2 years now.

    Here is my first question/ post: My son recently bought the So CA Annual Passport for both himself and his girlfriend. Now, they have decided that they want to go to the park today. (a blockout day) What is the most economical/ prudent way to enter the park? TIA!!
    If they have a SoCal Select AP, make sure they take their block out tickets to the Bank and get the upgrade to a regular So Cal AP. It would be the same as the block out ticket. So, no additional out of pocket expense, just the time in line.
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    Re: Annual Passport

    Thanks,
    He had already upgraded to the annual passport. I needed the blackout info.
    Have a great day!!

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    Re: Annual Passport

    Quote Originally Posted by Malcon10t View Post
    If they have a SoCal Select AP, make sure they take their block out tickets to the Bank and get the upgrade to a regular So Cal AP. It would be the same as the block out ticket. So, no additional out of pocket expense, just the time in line.
    This, is a great post!


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