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  • [Question] looking for answers from ticket upgrade experts

    Here's what the Disney web site says about upgrading:
    UPGRADES: A guest wishing to upgrade to an Annual Passport from another form of theme park admission media must upgrade on the same day in which the original form of theme park admission media is valid. If an upgrade to an Annual Passport is made from a multi-day ticket, the Annual Passport will be backdated to begin on the first day that the multi day ticket was used. A guest who chooses to upgrade to an Annual Passport from another form of theme park admission media must choose an Annual Passport of equal or greater value than the original theme park admission media retail price.

    I may be getting a Southern California Annual Pass in the future, but would like to get a park-hopper first, to have a Magic Morning admission. It's those two terms, "value" and "retail price" that are unclear.

    The price of the SCAP is $174 - no confusion here.
    A 3-day PH is listed as $179 on the site, with a $199 "Main Entrance Price".
    The same PH (with 2 MMs) is $169 on getawaytoday.com, but a $10 service fee would be added to the order.

    I want to have parking on the AP. Is the extra $59 added to the price of the AP when considering upgrades from a ticket?

    Will I be able to upgrade to the SCAP (with parking) from a 3-day PH bought at getawaytoday.com and/or disneyland.com?

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    Re: looking for answers from ticket upgrade experts

    Your "retail price" is the amount you pay for the ticket. Get Away Today adds a fee on their end to process your order. That is not money you are paying for the ticket, but paying GAT to use them and their service.

    So, as long as what you PAY FOR THE TICKET (minus all associated service fees) is less than or equal too what you want to UPGRADE to, no problem.

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