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  • Disney pass makes splash - 02/21/07

    Article from Orlando Sentinel - February 21, 2007
    Disney pass makes splash

    Walt Disney World is adding a water-park pass to its growing roster of special admission deals, giving aquatic-ride lovers year-round access to its Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon attractions.

    The new pass is available to Florida residents and is valid after 2 p.m. daily. It costs $59 plus tax for those 10 and older. Children ages 3 to 9 will pay $47.20 for the pass.

    Disney also will offer a $99.95 option that includes unlimited use of both water attractions. The young child's version costs $80.50.
    Full Article available here: Disney pass makes splash

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    Re: Disney pass makes splash - 02/21/07

    I like the idea of this.
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      Re: Disney pass makes splash - 02/21/07

      Too bad they don't have any waterparks on the west coast.

      Maybe they can use it for entry into the Neverland pool at the Disneyland Hotel, heh-heh!
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        Re: Disney pass makes splash - 02/21/07

        Originally posted by Dustysage View Post
        I like the idea of this.
        I do too. Maybe if they would've done this years ago they could've kept River Country open?

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          Re: Disney pass makes splash - 02/21/07

          river country could be an AP lounge

          wait, make image works 1.0 the ap lounge... but i like this, just wish it was free for the fla pass originally.. lol

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