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Old 09-12-2012, 09:03 PM   #1
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We have an upcoming trip in December. It is my family of 5 and my Mom and Dad. We are interested in buying the annual pass but I know that everyone in the room has to do the same thing in regards to tickets and the dining plan. I know that there is no reason for them to get those. They just want regular passes because they don't plan on hopping. They really just want a couple hours at the park and dinner. Nothing more. Can they get regular passes when we get Annual Passes?
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Old 09-12-2012, 09:22 PM   #2
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Annual passes or park hopper passes?
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Old 09-12-2012, 09:22 PM   #3
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We have an upcoming trip in December. It is my family of 5 and my Mom and Dad. We are interested in buying the annual pass but I know that everyone in the room has to do the same thing in regards to tickets and the dining plan. I know that there is no reason for them to get those. They just want regular passes because they don't plan on hopping. They really just want a couple hours at the park and dinner. Nothing more. Can they get regular passes when we get Annual Passes?
Everyone in the room has to do the same thing as far as the dining plan goes, but you do not all have to get the same kind of tickets. Each person can get what works best for him/her.

Also, as far as the dining plan goes, you may want to look into getting a Tables i Wonderland card instead. If you have an AP it costs $75 and it gives you 20% off food/alcohol at almost all full-service restaurants, the quick service restaurants in the Animal Kingdom and the food courts at the Value resorts. We find that we do much better with TIW than with the dining plan. To get your money's worth out of the dining plan you have to pick and choose the restaurants with the higher prices and order the most expensive items. You are also locked into a dessert with every meal. With TIW you can order exactly what you want and you aren't locked into anything. Just something to think about.
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Old 09-12-2012, 09:24 PM   #4
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If you're staying on points, then you don't have matching ticket issues because you aren't doing a package.

If you're doing a package, then is board isn't your best bet for answers.

Whatever your approach, you can buy the minimum tickets to cover everyone and then upgrade individuals. You might try Cheshire Figment's ticket sticky on the theme park attractions board.
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Just buy the smallest ticket that matches your Mom and Dad. Then upgrade your tickets to whatever you want after you get there.
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Thanks! That Tables in Wonderland sounds interesting. I will look into that more.
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