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Old 10-03-2012, 01:49 AM   #1
IvanovaTC
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Question Is an Annual Pass really economically viable?

I've heard a couple of podcasters saying that it is more economical, for a stay of longer than 6 days, to get an Annual Pass for WDW, purchase the Tables in Wonderland card and try to get a room with the AP discount. They claim that the AP discounts on a deluxe resort room will more than pay for the cost of the AP itself and the TiW card.
I was wondering if any Aussies had tried this, and if so, is it really worth it? I may have left my run a little late, I leave on my trip for an 8 day stay (6 days park tickets) at the end of November.
It just seems a little ridiculous: buying an annual pass when I don't live in the country and will not be returning to the park. Am I crazy?
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