If they don't help you out with an upgrade when there given that they said you'd be able to get AP by the end of this month, what you can sometimes do is add days or upgrade the base ticket on the last day of use to extend the eligibility for trade in. At a certain point though the hold times for Ticket Services have their own costs you have to weigh versus just waiting for a future trip.Does no good in my case…they didn’t meet their own timeframe.
oh well…makes my “planning” for the next year a lot easier.
…what a strange world we live in…
Wow! You got an email? How much does that add on option cost? I haven’t gotten an email from Passholder services in YEARS - not even in my spam folder. Might be worth the add on if I start getting emails again.Just got an email that I will be getting the new magnet as a current passholder so that’s something…
The thing that annoys me most about the park reservation system is that we frequently start our day at one park and then go to EPCOT for lunch around 12:00 - 12:30 PM. With the new system we have to wait until 2:00 PM to get into EPCOT if we don't start the day there so we will probably eat at the EPCOT restaurants a lot less.It is…it allows them tighter control and more sale opportunities
there’s realistically no way they’d give that up
There’s no indication that would have been/would be the case in “normal”
If you're a DVC member that takes 8-12 night trips, with a pass like this, does the 5 park reservations stop you from making a reservation each night of your trip, or is it treated as a normal ticket if you have an active resort reservation?
And starting September 8, 2021 select Annual Passes will be able to hold more reservations at a time:
- Platinum Plus, Platinum and Gold Annual Passes: Up to 5 reservations held at a time
- Silver: Up to 4 reservations held at a time
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