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Upgrading Seasonal pass to Annual Pass

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  • Upgrading Seasonal pass to Annual Pass

    Last December we purchased seasonl passes and are going back in three weeks. However, the summer is blacked out for the seasonal passes. We called to get a price on how much it will be to upgrade the passes to annual passes and were told they can't give us a price on the phone only at the gate....I was just curious to see if anyone else has done this and how much it cost. They told me they prorate the amount?? Please any information would be great!





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    Re: Upgrading Seasonal pass to Annual Pass

    Sorry Tried To Post This In Wdw....





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      Re: Upgrading Seasonal pass to Annual Pass

      Quick phraseology note: They're all Annual Passes, since they're valid for the course of a year. Some have restrictions on use, or Block-Out days.

      My guess: you pay the difference, and your new pass expires on the same day as your old pass. It would be as if you bought the new pass on the original date.
      Do take note whether you will use the passes on enough blocked out days to justify the additional payment.

      edited to add: Ah, if this is for WDW, then never mind. I think it does have seasonal passes.

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