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  • CMHusband
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    Re: Would this method work to get a friend a discounted AP?

    Originally posted by Alyssa3467 View Post
    I believe that if your friend presents proof of birth date at the ticket booth and gets the free birthday admission, that can be upgraded to an Annual Pass, but that does not subsequently make the friend eligible for the Birthday Fun Card. If you have a Costco membership, my recommendation would be to purchase a voucher redeemable for a Deluxe Annual Pass and a $50 gift card. Your friend would then be eligible for the Birthday Fun Card, and that, along with the $50 gift card, can be applied towards upgrading to a Premium Pass if desired.

    The offer is for free admission on one's birthday, or if one has already purchased a multi-day pass used for entry on one's birthday, some form of compensation, such as the Birthday Fun Card, the Birthday Fastpass, or a One Day One Park admission expiring one year from the date of issue. If a Passholder is blocked out on his or her birthday, he or she can get a merchandise gift card equal in value to the price difference between a blockout day pass and a One Day One Park pass, and get the blockout day pass for free. All forms of complementary admission are ineligible for the special compensation.
    if you're going to do anything for your birthday, I hope its in Nov or Dec. because that promotion is ending this year and it doesn't look like they will be doing it next year.

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  • Alyssa3467
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    Re: Would this method work to get a friend a discounted AP?

    Originally posted by wolfy View Post
    How about if we sign in a friend on their Birthday, can they then use their Birthday certificate for a gift card? I'm guessing no on this also, but curious just the same.
    I believe that if your friend presents proof of birth date at the ticket booth and gets the free birthday admission, that can be upgraded to an Annual Pass, but that does not subsequently make the friend eligible for the Birthday Fun Card. If you have a Costco membership, my recommendation would be to purchase a voucher redeemable for a Deluxe Annual Pass and a $50 gift card. Your friend would then be eligible for the Birthday Fun Card, and that, along with the $50 gift card, can be applied towards upgrading to a Premium Pass if desired.

    The offer is for free admission on one's birthday, or if one has already purchased a multi-day pass used for entry on one's birthday, some form of compensation, such as the Birthday Fun Card, the Birthday Fastpass, or a One Day One Park admission expiring one year from the date of issue. If a Passholder is blocked out on his or her birthday, he or she can get a merchandise gift card equal in value to the price difference between a blockout day pass and a One Day One Park pass, and get the blockout day pass for free. All forms of complementary admission are ineligible for the special compensation.

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  • FI183
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    Re: Would this method work to get a friend a discounted AP?

    Originally posted by seenoevil View Post
    "That's not fair" What a silly thing to say.
    Well, I'm a silly person!

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  • seenoevil
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    Re: Would this method work to get a friend a discounted AP?

    "That's not fair" What a silly thing to say.

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  • Burnt Toast
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    Re: Would this method work to get a friend a discounted AP?

    Originally posted by FutureImagineer183 View Post
    AWWWWWWWWW MAN!!! I was really hoping to use this method to get my friend an AP because I herd we only get like $20 off! That's not fair! They should give us more of a discount on tickets and passes(Only $7 off a regular ticket??? Are you joking??)
    There are already too many people in the Parks.

    Also, the real deal on one-day tickets is the price of a one-day Park Hopper.

    Stop trying to cheat the system and maybe you won't be risking your job.

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  • FI183
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    Re: Would this method work to get a friend a discounted AP?

    AWWWWWWWWW MAN!!! I was really hoping to use this method to get my friend an AP because I herd we only get like $20 off! That's not fair! They should give us more of a discount on tickets and passes(Only $7 off a regular ticket??? Are you joking??)

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  • Krillinish
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    Re: Would this method work to get a friend a discounted AP?

    Originally posted by DLDCALVR View Post
    That is not true. A sign-in has no cash value, so it cannot be upgraded.
    Thank you, DLD. I didn't think so.

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  • Burnt Toast
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    Re: Would this method work to get a friend a discounted AP?

    Originally posted by wolfy View Post
    How about if we sign in a friend on their Birthday, can they then use their Birthday certificate for a gift card? I'm guessing no on this also, but curious just the same.
    Because a sign-in doesn't count as a paid multi-day admission. Remember, even paid single-day admission tickets don't count towards you being able to get an alternate gift instead of the one-day, one-park ticket.

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  • Stitchy
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    Re: Would this method work to get a friend a discounted AP?

    why wouldn't that ^ work?

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  • wolfy
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    Re: Would this method work to get a friend a discounted AP?

    How about if we sign in a friend on their Birthday, can they then use their Birthday certificate for a gift card? I'm guessing no on this also, but curious just the same.

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  • DLDCALVR
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    Re: Would this method work to get a friend a discounted AP?

    That is not true. A sign-in has no cash value, so it cannot be upgraded.

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  • Would this method work to get a friend a discounted AP?

    So my co-worker buddy said this would work, but I don't really believe it would. Perhaps I heard her wrong, but here's the situation:

    According to my co-worker, we can sign in a friend with our Blue Main pass... and then that friend can use that ticket as $72 toward the price of an Annual Pass, similar to how a normal-priced ticket can be exchanged later in the day toward the price of an AP.

    Is this true? Has anyone tried this before? It doesn't make sense for it to be valid.

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