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Old 10-15-2012, 12:36 AM   #1
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7 Day PH (8 day Vacation)

We will be arriving around noon on December 29 and staying at the Disneyland hotel, leaving about 2pm on Jan. 5.
I have a Premium Pass, but my kids only have a 7day PH. I was hoping to add another day (not possible anymore), but don't want to pay for a 1 day ticket. So that leaves a free day where we can sleep in and enjoy the resort, etc.
Which day would you pick for our non-park day? I don't really mind the crowds.
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Old 10-15-2012, 01:02 AM   #2
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I personally would choose a day in the middle of your trip. That way you can have a day to rest up for the remainder of your holiday.

I'm from Alberta as well, can I ask how you got 7 day park hoppers?
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IA that a day in the middle is good for rest AND would be at a very busy time like New Year's Day.
I'm also in Canada and want to hear about 7-day PHs. Are they the ones that used to be available at Airmiles.ca?
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IA that a day in the middle is good for rest AND would be at a very busy time like New Year's Day.
I'm also in Canada and want to hear about 7-day PHs. Are they the ones that used to be available at Airmiles.ca?
Yes they are the ones from Airmiles. I bought them months ago when someone on Disboards was talking about them being discontinued. Their value is only $256, so not really worth upgrading for one extra day. And I unfortunately think this will will our last trip for a few years.
Does anyone know how busy New Year's Day will be? I thought it might be quieter than New Year's Eve? I was thinking our rest day would be the 2nd, but if that is a quieter day than the first, maybe the first should be our rest day?
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Yes they are the ones from Airmiles. I bought them months ago when someone on Disboards was talking about them being discontinued. Their value is only $256, so not really worth upgrading for one extra day. And I unfortunately think this will will our last trip for a few years.
Does anyone know how busy New Year's Day will be? I thought it might be quieter than New Year's Eve? I was thinking our rest day would be the 2nd, but if that is a quieter day than the first, maybe the first should be our rest day?
The busiest date of your trip will be New Years Eve. New Years Day is typically quiet in the morning, and gets busier throughout the day. It will probably be your second busiest day. The 2nd will be lighter. (But still busy.)
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