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Old 07-27-2014, 09:08 PM   #1
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How much does a 7 Day Park Hopper cost?

Does anyone know the price for a 7 Day Park Hopper???

I went to the disneyland.disney.go.com site and I only found prices for up to 5 days.....
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Old 07-27-2014, 09:15 PM   #2
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Disney no longer sells hoppers above 5-days. All you will find are 5-day hoppers or annual passes.
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Old 07-27-2014, 09:35 PM   #3
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Oh no, that sucks! So, I would have to purchase a 5 Day + a 2 Day for myself?
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Old 07-27-2014, 09:48 PM   #4
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It would be cheaper to buy an annual pass by $2 assuming there aren't blackout days that's the best way to go because you will also get discounts for dining and shopping.

If there are blackout dates at the beginning of the trip you can always upgrade your ticket after the fact. For instance we will be at disneyland nov 27th - dec 6th. We have blackout dates in the first few days so we need to buy a 3 day hopper and then upgrade to an annual pass on our last day at the ticket booth. They take the amount you paid for the hopper and apply that amount to the annual pass. Hope that helps!
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Old 07-27-2014, 10:00 PM   #5
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Is the 10 day pass not avail over there?
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The cost is a 5day + a 2day.

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Is the 10 day pass not avail over there?
Correct the 10-day is not available.
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Old 07-27-2014, 10:13 PM   #7
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The cost is a 5day + a 2day.



Correct the 10-day is not available.
I just found out it's only for Australians & NZ'ers, that seems a bit odd.
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Guests from Australia & New Zealand tend to spend more time at the parks. Here, stateside, many people were buying 7/8 day park hoppers and selling portions of them, getting them back, and selling portions again, so they were making a profit off of Disney. It became rather rampant, and so Disney restricted the hoppers to 5-days and less.
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Guests from Australia & New Zealand tend to spend more time at the parks. Here, stateside, many people were buying 7/8 day park hoppers and selling portions of them, getting them back, and selling portions again, so they were making a profit off of Disney. It became rather rampant, and so Disney restricted the hoppers to 5-days and less.
That makes sense, it's a big cost for us to even get there so we want to make the most of it.
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What about for Canadians?? I'm coming from Vancouver. Would love to get a 7 day pass. Our trip is already several thousands of dollars too !
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What about for Canadians?? I'm coming from Vancouver. Would love to get a 7 day pass. Our trip is already several thousands of dollars too !
Look into Flight Centre? I know they used to offer some longer tickets - not sure if they still do but worth a try since you're up there.

Edit: Nevermind just went to their website and they only offer up to 5 days.
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An annual pass may be the way to go - thank you! ...but would it expire at the end of 2014 now or does it expire the year after the day of purchase??
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An annual pass may be the way to go - thank you! ...but would it expire at the end of 2014 now or does it expire the year after the day of purchase??
It expires one year after first use (including that day).
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Is the 10 day pass not avail over there?
No, only in Australian & New Zealand (though as the PP says, potentially in other foreign travel markets as well). For domestic visitors, DLR now only offers 1- through 5-day tickets. I think the idea is to try and push local visitors into purchasing the lower-tier Annual Passports that have blockout dates.

(Of course, that strategy backfired--along with the decision to stop selling Southern California APs. Instead, so many people who want to do longer visits have now purchased the unlimited Premium APs that the parks are always swamped with passholders.)
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What about for Canadians?? I'm coming from Vancouver. Would love to get a 7 day pass. Our trip is already several thousands of dollars too !
Australia and New Zealand are much farther so their trips to the US are typically more expensive, less frequent and longer. In fact Vancouver is closer to Disneyland than Dallas, TX is. Disney wants you to buy APs and come more often.
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