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Legoland in CA. offers payment plan for "Plus" AP's.

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  • News Legoland in CA. offers payment plan for "Plus" AP's.

    Legoland, Carlsbad is running commercials on TV pushing their "Plus" Annual Pass (Season Pass?) with a monthly payment option. The monthly payment option is not available for any of it's other "Membership" passes (read: AP's). They even offer a lifetime pass for $2500! I was surprised that another park also offered a monthly payment option for one of it's AP's. I had not heard that.
    Last edited by Crazee4mm; 05-26-2010, 05:50 AM.
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    Re: Legoland in CA. offers payment plan for "Plus" AP's.

    Um... they offered "memberships" before Disney did.
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      Re: Legoland in CA. offers payment plan for "Plus" AP's.

      I was gonna say, they have been doing this for at least 10 years. We had them about 7/8 years ago when the kids were "Legoland" age.

      Busch parks have also been doing this for quite awhile. Disney was actually behind the trend.

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