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  • Your AP Statistics

    When I used to have a PAP () I once went to City Hall and asked how many times I had visited. By no means did I go as often as others do, but I had gone 50 times in one year.

    Have you ever found out how many times you've been to the park in a year (N/A to CM's) I'm curious to know. If you don't know officially, what is your guess as to how many times you have been in the past year?

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    I didn't know you could find out this information so easily. Was this for tax purposes?

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    • #3
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      Once. Non-AP speaking here.

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      • #4
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        I'm pretty close to 50 times this (AP) year. I am currently in a self imposed hiatus as I want to do other things with my son. I think we both agree that Disneyland is the most fun, but it's been cool to go out and do other things.
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        • #5
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          Holy cow, I'm closer to 12 times a year, but then I live an hour away. Many of my visits are only a few hours, but an AP still seems worth it.

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          • #6
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            I actually mark my calendar last year every time I went, just to see if it was worth owning the darn thing. I went 30 times last year + 10 other times that was either Disney World or a private Disneyland event that didn't require my AP.


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            • #7
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              I also did the calender thing and it rang out to a total of 112 times in 2007...looks page when you see it on paper...

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              • #8
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                We got in 11 days on one trip and 10 on our second trip for a total of 21 days. I don't think that's too bad considering we live in Texas! We always buy our AP for the first trip with plans of getting in a second trip for the next years vacation right before it expires.
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                • #9
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                  No AP.
                  Been 0 times in the past 366 days.
                  Going tomorrow!

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                  • #10
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                    First and only time I checked, the cast member just pulled up the list and said "Wow" and asked what happened during the gap when I went on an extended vacation. I thought it was scary how much I really go so I never keep track anymore

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                    • #11
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                      We used to go 20 to 40 times a year but we moved to Az. from O.C. And sadly probably will only go once every couple years now. Disneyland is also one of the only things I miss.
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                      • #12
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                        *points to his siggy*

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                        • #13
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                          About two to three times a month for me. Probably around 30 for the year, and I just have a SoCal pass!
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