That would be nice. We got the AP last summer right before the price break with the intent of a 4-day trip then plus an 8-day trip this summer (we threw in a few days at Christmas because that is the lure of the AP!). The "partial refund" would about cover the cost of a 2-day ticket, which doesn't get us back our 8-day trip we had planned.I wonder if there have been discussions to give out-of-state AP holders a multi-day Hopper ticket with a 2021 or 2022 expiration and just cancelling the rest of the pass. Possibly one day for each month left on your Pass, with a minimum of five days? That way, the multiple trip year won't have been wasted for those passholders. Only upon request, of course.
What would the downside be?
Yeah I was wondering the same - it isn't clear.This will be interesting to see play out. My current monthly payments AP will expire in August. I opted to just suspend payments because I didn't want the renewal to get pushed too close to Christmas. I just renewed it earlier this week for another year. The current language of this suggests that I would not be eligible for this additional month since the pass that would be eligible will have already expired in October when they add this. Oh the questions that will need to be sorted out.
I think [insert correct gender pronoun] is getting that idea because Disney posted this information when they announced reopening and that park reservations would be required. Who knows if it is still something that is happening. If Disney does not put some type of time restrictions on it, the app will most definitely crash.I didn't read anything that said 60 days out for a park reservation. I do think that would be more fair if true, though.