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Old 12-16-2012, 06:47 PM   #31
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Yep. 60 days. Do you really need 2 months to check in?
I wonder if this somehow connected to FP+? The online guidelines of the upcoming new experience references a 60 day window to pan your events. Seems strange that the 60 day number is being introduced at the same time.
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Old 12-17-2012, 09:48 AM   #32
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I wonder if this somehow connected to FP+? The online guidelines of the upcoming new experience references a 60 day window to pan your events. Seems strange that the 60 day number is being introduced at the same time.
I think you are right. One thing that I noticed, and has been discussed in other threads, is that if you opt for FP+ (reserving FP Times in advance) you won't be eligible for regular FP ticketing. It's an either/or option for fastpass. Once implemented, we would be able to pick FP+ attractions at the 60 day mark, so I guess they are saying, you have to be "checked in" in order to book your FP+. Would that mean that we would have to be Paid In Full prior to checking in before booking FP+?

Right now, Paid In Full isn't required until 45 days out. That's a 15 day difference between checking in and booking FP+ and paying off your vacation.

I wonder if Disney has thought through all of the potential scenarios?
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Old 12-17-2012, 12:18 PM   #33
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Right now, Paid In Full isn't required until 45 days out. That's a 15 day difference between checking in and booking FP+ and paying off your vacation.

I wonder if Disney has thought through all of the potential scenarios?
I doubt that eligibility for FP+ will have anything to do with being paid in full for your trip. Room only reservations aren't due until check in. I don't think they are about to change the policy on that.
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