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  • [Question] birthday free pass. but i have an annual pass!??

    so my birthday is tomorrow, and i signed up for the free birthday pass. but i have a annual pass. so do i get anything special since i have a pass. i heard from somewhere that i get a gift card for a regular one day park admission. idk does anybody else have any info.??

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    Re: birthday free pass. but i have an annual pass!??

    Originally posted by j.goodger View Post
    so my birthday is tomorrow, and i signed up for the free birthday pass. but i have a annual pass. so do i get anything special since i have a pass. i heard from somewhere that i get a gift card for a regular one day park admission. idk does anybody else have any info.??
    I believe you can use the credit towards purchasing an annual pass or upgrading it. Not sure on the upgrade part though, someone else might be able to answer that.

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    • #3
      Re: birthday free pass. but i have an annual pass!??

      Have you tried searching the forums? Or Celebrations Disneyland Free Admission On Your Birthday Page ??

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      • #4
        Re: birthday free pass. but i have an annual pass!??

        Yes you receive the satisfaction of knowing that you will be able to visit Dl. many times through out the year, and save a tremendous amount of money by having an AP. Want more savings? Why just upgrade to the Premium AP.
        Yes, you may ask for the gift card. Or a special fast pass, or a ticket that is good for one year from your birthday until your next, for one days admission to one park.
        Follies of the Living..............Concerns of the Dead

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        • #5
          Re: birthday free pass. but i have an annual pass!??

          I just went on Tuesday and I have an AP, so I got a $69 gift card it doesnt expire. You can only use it for merchandise NO FOOD. (But you can buy sweets at the candy store, or penny arcade!) Either park DCA or Disneyland!!!!

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          • #6
            Re: birthday free pass. but i have an annual pass!??

            i missed that part on the disney website. but i'm gonna miss out on the gift card cause my birthday is blocked out with my pass oh well..

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            • #7
              Re: birthday free pass. but i have an annual pass!??

              your options
              a one day one park ticket to use later in the year such as when your AP runs out.

              Apply the value of the ticket, depends on adult or kid for the price, toward an AP

              Get them fastpasses and waste the money.

              gift certificate.

              The gift card can be used at any Disneyland and DCA location that has a register except for restaurants. You can use them to buy bags of popcorn, candy and cookies as well as stuff like whisks, cookie cutters, and aprons. do not be afraid to ask if a bakery or candy store takes the card.

              Generally the best bet is to apply the card to an AP or the gift certificate. I would love to have 6 coffee mugs or that cute whisk and them chocolates.

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              • #8
                Re: birthday free pass. but i have an annual pass!??

                Does the birthday fun card not expire anymore?

                Before it was only good on the day of your birthday, but it doesnt say that anymore.



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                • #9
                  Re: birthday free pass. but i have an annual pass!??

                  state law says gift certificates cannot have an end date. they good for ever and ever.

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                  • #10
                    Re: birthday free pass. but i have an annual pass!??

                    Originally posted by mechurchlady View Post
                    state law says gift certificates cannot have an end date. they good for ever and ever.
                    California State Law says that PURCHASED giftcards can not expire. A gift, like the FUNCARD can expire if they want it to. Just to make it nice for the guests thought, it does not expire.

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                      Re: birthday free pass. but i have an annual pass!??

                      Get the gift card. The $69 will buy you a surprisingly large amount of stuff. That is if you buy stuff like I do.

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                      • #12
                        Re: birthday free pass. but i have an annual pass!??

                        so do you just walk up to city hall or something with your license?

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                        • #13
                          Re: birthday free pass. but i have an annual pass!??

                          Originally posted by wonton View Post
                          so do you just walk up to city hall or something with your license?

                          Yes you can do that, or possibly wait in a long line at the ticket booths.
                          Follies of the Living..............Concerns of the Dead

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                            Re: birthday free pass. but i have an annual pass!??

                            Originally posted by wonton View Post
                            so do you just walk up to city hall or something with your license?
                            Yup. But I would take 2 forms of identification. They asked me for my license and another form of ID.
                            "Go confidently in the direction of your dreams! Live the life you've imagined." -Henry David Thoreau

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                            • #15
                              Re: birthday free pass. but i have an annual pass!??

                              Two forms of i.d. wow, one would think that a drivers license or state id card, would be sufficient alone.
                              Follies of the Living..............Concerns of the Dead

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