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  • Question regarding black out days

    I've heard that if you are an AP it is possible to acquire a day pass on a black out day for a reduced price. Can anyone confirm this? If it's true, how much does it cost? Can it be purchased in advance or only at the park ticket booth?
    Knowledge is power and knowing is half the battle. (LOVE LIVE CAPTAIN MIKEY!)

  • #2
    Re: Question regarding black out days

    I was told 30 dollars @ guest relations....try calling Disney information

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    • #3
      Re: Question regarding black out days

      My undersstanding is thus:

      $30, day of, at the ticket windows.

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      • #4
        Re: Question regarding black out days

        Yep, $30. Also, you'll have to pay for parking, even if you have it on your pass. Your parking pass is also blocked out on your black out days. Which is stupid, IMO, because everyone pays the same amount for parking, and should have equal access.

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