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I'mAlittleBitGoofy
01-28-2009, 05:01 PM
We are thinking of having our vow renewal in Disney. This is just the husband and I and our two children. (Possibly 2 more people) Anyway, I'm reading through the Disney Weddings information and I am very confused. I see the price at approximately 4500. depending on your choices, but I am, wondering if that includes a 4 night stay? Or is the 4 night stay is in addition to the 4500.? Can someone clarify please? Thanks!

dakcp2001
01-28-2009, 05:02 PM
That does NOT include the 4 night stay, that is extra...it adds up quick!

Tink&PirateMama
01-28-2009, 05:46 PM
We are thinking of having our vow renewal in Disney. This is just the husband and I and our two children. (Possibly 2 more people) Anyway, I'm reading through the Disney Weddings information and I am very confused. I see the price at approximately 4500. depending on your choices, but I am, wondering if that includes a 4 night stay? Or is the 4 night stay is in addition to the 4500.? Can someone clarify please? Thanks!

We are planning an escape vow renewal now, also with 2 children with us. The 4500 does not include your lodging, however it does include 2 annual (with parkhopper) passes to my understanding, which I think is a thousand dollars, and offers discounts on things once you have it. Not sure if that makes a difference to you or not, but it does make your stay cheaper in that you don't have to buy tickets. If you are interested in something a bit less expensive, some of the hotels (dolphin/swan for example) offer packages as well, but you can still have mickey/minnie. Hope that helps!

polynesianbride
01-28-2009, 06:24 PM
We are planning an escape vow renewal now, also with 2 children with us. The 4500 does not include your lodging, however it does include 2 annual (with parkhopper) passes to my understanding, which I think is a thousand dollars, and offers discounts on things once you have it. Not sure if that makes a difference to you or not, but it does make your stay cheaper in that you don't have to buy tickets. If you are interested in something a bit less expensive, some of the hotels (dolphin/swan for example) offer packages as well, but you can still have mickey/minnie. Hope that helps!

Is park hopper included? This would make me soooo happy:cool1: but I had been told by other brides it was just a regular AP:sad2: Can anyone clarify?

ITmickey
01-28-2009, 09:24 PM
Is park hopper included? This would make me soooo happy:cool1: but I had been told by other brides it was just a regular AP:sad2: Can anyone clarify?

You certainly can park hop with the AP they give you with the wedding package. We did :-)

polynesianbride
01-29-2009, 02:48 PM
You certainly can park hop with the AP they give you with the wedding package. We did :-)

How much did the park hopper cost to add on?:cool1: This is great news for me- THANKS!

Kismetdreams
01-29-2009, 02:58 PM
All APs are park-hoppers. There is no add-on cost for that. The Add-on costs are if you want to add in the water parks and other features (aka: Premium Annual Pass).

Starr W.
01-29-2009, 03:38 PM
Is park hopper included? This would make me soooo happy:cool1: but I had been told by other brides it was just a regular AP:sad2: Can anyone clarify?

Well the other brides are wrong and don't understand AP's. You can certainly go to multiple parks on a given day with an AP. I'm on my 2nd set of them(I get the DVC discount).

Here's an example of my MLK trip with my AP. Go to AK in the morning, drop in to Epcot for an early dinner(we stayed at BWV), then back to the resort and caught the bus to MK.

RangerPooh
01-30-2009, 08:38 AM
I'm assuming that what other brides told you is that it's the standard or base AP. Which means it gives you access to all 4 theme parks, therefore you have park hopping priviledges. It does not include admittance to the water parks, golf, or Disney Quest. HTH.