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Since Disney thinks a Year is 15 or 17 months long, why not make AP's expire then too

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  • Since Disney thinks a Year is 15 or 17 months long, why not make AP's expire then too

    Ok, we are coming up to the end of Disneyland's 50th Anniversary which lasted 17 months...

    Now we have the Year of a Million Dreams, which is from October 1st, 2006 thru December 31st 2007.

    So why not make AP purchases last the same "year" (aka 15 months)???

    It would make a great promotion and help sell AP's....

    (Oh yeah, it will take away from Disney's revenues)..

    So it is OK to have crazy marketing campaigns, but not to give a break to loyal AP holders.......
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    Re: Since Disney thinks a Year is 15 or 17 months long, why not make AP's expire then too

    Originally posted by Darkbeer View Post
    Ok, we are coming up to the end of Disneyland's 50th Anniversary which lasted 17 months...

    Now we have the Year of a Million Dreams, which is from October 1st, 2006 thru December 31st 2007.

    So why not make AP purchases last the same "year" (aka 15 months)???

    It would make a great promotion and help sell AP's....

    (Oh yeah, it will take away from Disney's revenues)..

    So it is OK to have crazy marketing campaigns, but not to give a break to loyal AP holders.......
    FANTABULOUS IDEA!

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    • #3
      Re: Since Disney thinks a Year is 15 or 17 months long, why not make AP's expire then too

      Love that idea. How about making DL stay open 24 hrs just for the APers?

      Less congestion that way.
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      • #4
        Re: Since Disney thinks a Year is 15 or 17 months long, why not make AP's expire then too

        Originally posted by Druggas View Post
        Love that idea. How about making DL stay open 24 hrs just for the APers?

        Less congestion that way.
        Yes - so we can go and break all the rules for 24 hours at a time.

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          Re: Since Disney thinks a Year is 15 or 17 months long, why not make AP's expire then too

          makes sense to me.

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          • #6
            Re: Since Disney thinks a Year is 15 or 17 months long, why not make AP's expire then too

            Originally posted by Darkbeer View Post
            Ok, we are coming up to the end of Disneyland's 50th Anniversary which lasted 17 months...

            Now we have the Year of a Million Dreams, which is from October 1st, 2006 thru December 31st 2007.

            So why not make AP purchases last the same "year" (aka 15 months)???

            It would make a great promotion and help sell AP's....

            (Oh yeah, it will take away from Disney's revenues)..

            So it is OK to have crazy marketing campaigns, but not to give a break to loyal AP holders.......
            Since my job is considered to be "deployed in garrison" how about I get paid like I'm deployed even though I'm in the U.S.? Furthermore, since my job involves an aircraft flying and taking pictures and videos, why not give me a fly suit and give me flight pay? This would be a great boost to morale, and also act as an incentive for others to join our career field since it is currently so demanding.

            It's the same thing...when it comes to benefiting themselves exceptions will always be made, but when it comes to the regular folks, meh, they could careless.

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            • #7
              Re: Since Disney thinks a Year is 15 or 17 months long, why not make AP's expire then too

              Man Im loving all these new AP privileges!

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              • #8
                Re: Since Disney thinks a Year is 15 or 17 months long, why not make AP's expire then too

                $$$
                But I seriously love the idea!
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                "Come on, Let's go see Country Bear- .......Oh."
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                And this elevator traverls directly to The Twilight Zone The Gift Shop!
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                • #9
                  Re: Since Disney thinks a Year is 15 or 17 months long, why not make AP's expire then too

                  We might as well change the name from DL to APland.

                  Yeah, I like that!
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                  • #10
                    Re: Since Disney thinks a Year is 15 or 17 months long, why not make AP's expire then too

                    I agree with you Darkbeer, Disney makes us pay 300 bucks for our AP's.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Since Disney thinks a Year is 15 or 17 months long, why not make AP's expire then too

                      Originally posted by barfownz View Post
                      I agree with you Darkbeer, Disney makes us pay 300 bucks for our AP's.
                      Thats a better rate then I got.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Since Disney thinks a Year is 15 or 17 months long, why not make AP's expire then too

                        ... and makes everyone else pay $64 to get in. I'll take the 300 anyday.

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                        • #13
                          Re: Since Disney thinks a Year is 15 or 17 months long, why not make AP's expire then too

                          Hey, that works for me !!
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                          • #14
                            Re: Since Disney thinks a Year is 15 or 17 months long, why not make AP's expire then too

                            Off topic a little but Disneyland Resort tends to change the meaning of things like year, annual, and even child to suit their needs:

                            Lets take child for example.

                            At the Resort hotels a child is someone under the age of 18.

                            At some restaurants a child is someone under the age of 12 but at others they need to be under the age of 9.

                            At the Gate a child is someone under the age of 10; those over the age of 10 are considered adults but on Disney.go.com it says a 17 year old cannot make any dinning reservations-----because they are still children
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                            • #15
                              Re: Since Disney thinks a Year is 15 or 17 months long, why not make AP's expire then too

                              Originally posted by sleepyjeff View Post
                              Off topic a little but Disneyland Resort tends to change the meaning of things like year, annual, and even child to suit their needs:

                              Lets take child for example.

                              At the Resort hotels a child is someone under the age of 18.

                              At some restaurants a child is someone under the age of 12 but at others they need to be under the age of 9.

                              At the Gate a child is someone under the age of 10; those over the age of 10 are considered adults but on Disney.go.com it says a 17 year old cannot make any dinning reservations-----because they are still children
                              I agree that it's off topic but you've made a good point.

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