I've got a question I know someone here will be able to answer. If I have a 4 day pass and want to upgrade it to an AP, will the expiration date be a year from the first time I used the 4 day pass or will it be a year after the last day I More...
The pass would start from the first date that you used the ticket. Hope that helps! - DisneyDavidEMT451.6 #273 1-5-13 6:02PMLike Reply
The timer for the Annual Pass would start the first time you use the pass itself. So assuming you will use the 4 day pass first and the AP at a later visit, it would begin at the later date where you use the AP to get in. Upgrading to an AP during your 4-day visit does not automatically start the exp. date counter. - JRDrummer_CM789.6 #118 1-5-13 6:14PMLike Reply
From the AP Terms And Conditions: If an upgrade to a Passport is made from a multi-day ticket, the Passport will be backdated to begin on the first day that the multi day ticket was used. - NotSoDapperDan303.3 #592 1-5-13 6:44PMLike Reply
Anyone going to this?
John Lasseter and Chip Foose Artist Signing
Off the Page, Hollywood Land, Disney California Adventure® park
On Dec. 8, Chief Creative Officer, Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios and Principal C More...
I totally forgot about this event! (it wasn't really advertised), but when John Lasseter is in the park, its a big deal - BaseballMickey_CM2851.3 #15 12-8-12 12:39PMLike Reply
Disneyland Resort Guests may now email their dining reservations requests to email@example.com. More info here http://tinyurl.com/6ww8ftx (Disney Parks Blog)
Just saw this on the blog! Great option sometimes you get put on hold and if you are in te park you might not get good reception, email is a good option! - akpoppins243.3 #1069 4-12-12 10:13AMLike Reply