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  • AP Renewal Question...

    I feel I should know this, but I don't.

    So I've always renewed either by mail or online. My pass expired about a week ago. It's expiration date was July 17th. Now here's my question: If I renew at the park, with the renewal discount, will my new expiration date be one year from the date of renewal (i.e. July 26, 2008) or will renewing at the park with the discount simply add one year to my original expiration date (July 17, 2008)?

    I mean: does using the renewal discount simply extend your pass by one year or does it generate whole new year from the actual first date of use?

    Thanks

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    Re: AP Renewal Question...

    You pass will be good for one year from the date of renewal.

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      Re: AP Renewal Question...

      Originally posted by disneylandtour View Post
      I feel I should know this, but I don't.

      So I've always renewed either by mail or online. My pass expired about a week ago. It's expiration date was July 17th. Now here's my question: If I renew at the park, with the renewal discount, will my new expiration date be one year from the date of renewal (i.e. July 26, 2008) or will renewing at the park with the discount simply add one year to my original expiration date (July 17, 2008)?

      I mean: does using the renewal discount simply extend your pass by one year or does it generate whole new year from the actual first date of use?

      Thanks
      If you are renewing, the date would be July 17. Do they allow renewing after the expiration with the discount?
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        Re: AP Renewal Question...

        Yes, if you "renew" and get the discount, it reverts back to a year from the original expiration date. By renewing at the Park, you also lose out on the 20% off discount coupon, and your choice of the "special" AP design.

        I believe they allow you up to 30 days after the expiration to renew. But don't forget, you also "lose" those 30 days, since the expiration date will be one year from the original date, not the date that you paid for the "renewal".

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        • #5
          Re: AP Renewal Question...

          Thanks, that was basically my question. I wanted to know if I could get both the discount and an extended expiration date by renewing at the park. The answer seems to be "no."

          So since the premium pass is basically $30/month, it's probably better to go for the $20 off and the 20% coupon--instead of purchasing it at full price and getting an extra week or two

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