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  • [Question] Premier AP question

    My family is planning on heading to WDW next year. On a strictly numbers basis it makes sense for me to buy an WDW AP for the hotel, food and merchandise discounts. However, I would like to convert it to a Premier if I can swing a Disneyland trip later that year. What does it take I make the switch when I get to Disneyland? I am holdin off doing the Premier outright on the chance I can't get to DL but want to have te option later.

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    You just pay the difference between your AP and a Premier. I do it every year that I go to Florida. Usually my wife, our two kids, and I all have Premium Passports. If we are going to Florida that year, then shortly before our trip, we upgrade them.
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      You can upgrade by paying the difference of what you paid for your pass and the current price of the premier, but you keep your current expiration date. I was going to do this for a May trip this past year but since my pass expired at the end of May I decided to just renew to a premier and go in Feb.
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        Re: Premier AP question

        Thanks for the help.

        So if this were to happen, where would I go to pay the difference?

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          Re: Premier AP question

          Originally posted by mpabis525 View Post
          Thanks for the help.

          So if this were to happen, where would I go to pay the difference?
          any ticket office should be able to handle it
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