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  • Lifetime Passports? Possibility?

    I for one would have "invested" in a few years ago. We ask the CM's every now and then and we just get "the look". With what we read about the way that Disney feels about their current AP's, I guess that it will never happen. Other parks (LegoLand) have done real well selling lifetime passes. If DL did, what do you think would be a fair price?

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    $10,000.
    -Monorail Man

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    • #3
      Well, for a CRAP lifetime pass, id say $550: for a MEDIUM, with less blockout dates, i'd say $1000. And for Unlimited Admission for the rest of your life, $1,500

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Monorail Man
        $10,000.
        fair cost...assuming there are no black out dates, and a person gets their lifetime pass on their first birthday, and they live to an average age of 75 years old, the cost of a daily visit would be: .37 cents
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        • #5
          One Million Dollars



          Walt's love of Trains!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Disneyland RR Guy
            One Million Dollars
            maybe if it comes with your name on a tombstone! hehee
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            • #7
              You could, if you are the correct visitor:
              http://www./News-ID10005720.asp

              And I swear I heard they did sell lifetime passes a LONG time ago, and tried to buy them back at some point. But I can't find any info on this - so I will not say it is true at this point in time :monkey:

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              • #8
                For the 50th they should have a "dream machine" that gives out 50 year annual passes!! :monkey:

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                • #9
                  I'd be willing to pay millions to have a lifetime pass for myself, friends, and family as well as allowing me to convert park space into an apartment. If I had the millions to drop.

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                  • #10
                    Sounds like just another way to make Disneyland a worse place for everyone else.
                    If you want a lifetime pass, you should become a high-level cast member.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by sediment
                      Sounds like just another way to make Disneyland a worse place for everyone else.
                      how so?

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                      • #12
                        I'd pay upto $50,000 if they had one. With as much as I go and plan to keep going, it'd be worth it.
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                        • #13
                          Well, if you live to be 80, and buy a premium pass, that is $16,000. But since you really won't be going those first couple years of your life, and you might not being going much your last couple years, you figure out the value.

                          I seem to recall at least one baby being born at Disneyland and seeing it on the news. Mickey and the Disneyland Ambassador visited the mom at an OC hospital and gave the baby a life time pass to Disneyland. This was sometime in the mid 1980s.

                          Justin

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                          • #14
                            and don't forget those who are "claimed" tro be visotor number.. yada... yada... didn't they get a free lifetime pass for them and their family?? (close family non transferable..)

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                            • #15
                              $21,000 for 70 years. no blockout dates. $200,000 for 70 years at EVERY Disney park. no blockout dates.
                              -Judd[/FONT][/SIZE]

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                              • #16
                                at EVERY Disney park
                                There in lies the key . . . EVERY park

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                                • #17
                                  A premium pass is currently $329 for ages 3 and up. so if you lve to 80 and buy one every year, that would be $25,662 for 78 years worth, but you have to assume a fair hike in the price every few years, but you should also get a decent for buying in bulk, so to speak.

                                  $20,000 seems fair to me. They should pro-rate it based on your current age.

                                  How about an annual all US park pass for $750? This would actually come in pretty handy. I was kind of bummed the first time I went to WDW as a DLR AP and it didn't mean squat...

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                                  • #18
                                    have you guys ever heard of the Gold Passes? They are the closest thing Disneyland has to a lifetime pass (except those granted by the company for special guests, i.e. the 1st Disneyland & DCA guests, etc). Basically, they are granted by the CEO only and allow you to get up to 10 guests in for free every day, as long as your pass is valid. Oh, and they work at WDW too!
                                    -"We can see a new horizon...built on all that we have done..and our dreams begin another thousand circles 'round the sun!"
                                    -- Epcot: Illuminations "Reflections of Earth"

                                    -"...Each dream that you chase, each wish you embrace can lead to a fabulous faraway place...!"
                                    --DCA: World Of Color

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                                    • #19
                                      Re: Lifetime Passports? Possibility?

                                      This was in 2004.

                                      http://www./parkupdates/dlr/dlr040112.htm

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                                      • #20
                                        Re: Lifetime Passports? Possibility?

                                        There is another way... but as time passes and fewer managers remember, the chances of getting "the key" honored dwindles. Besides, you'd have to give up the key, which I won't.

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