AAA Storytelling - Worth packaging for?

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  1. Metsoskil

    Metsoskil Citi Field, Rehoboth Beach, and WDW are my 3 favor

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    I've priced out our trip both ways, and it seems that the cost is almost identical between a MYW w/ Dining package through AAA and paying for things individually, although we'd probably eat one less TS meal paying OOP for a savings of about $65. With the package we'd get the AAA storytelling, and the free 5x7 (not a big deal since we're prepaying for the photopass CD anyway). I'll have a AAA diamond parking pass either way, since I'd buy my park tix through AAA, and my chapter gives them out for buying tix only.

    Is the storytelling worth booking through AAA for? If any package codes come out it would be more of a pain to get them applied if I had to deal with a travel agent.

    Any opinions are welcomed.
     
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  3. gavsmom

    gavsmom Mouseketeer

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    I'm sorry I don't have an answer to your question, but I have one for you: How do I prepay for the photopass CD? I've tried looking for the answer and I can't seem to find it. Thanks!
     
  4. triton45

    triton45 Earning My Ears

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    disneyphotopass.com

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  5. Metsoskil

    Metsoskil Citi Field, Rehoboth Beach, and WDW are my 3 favor

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    We really enjoyed the storytelling. Alice in Wonderland read us a story. There were only about 12 kids who sat down in front by Alice, and the parents had chairs to sit in. After the story, Alice took her time and gave an autograph to each child who wanted one. Each child also got a souvenir book mark which she signed.

    I had a postcard for some friends who were coming later in the month, and she wrote them a really nice note.

    Is it worth extra $$$? I don't know, bt we would definitely do it again.

    Hope that helps,
    Susan
     
  7. reeeoga

    reeeoga <font color=blue>No I only Et one. Maybe tonight I

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    Just did the story time Thursday. There where 7 kids there. A very nice 30 minutes for the parents to sit and relax. The Farie Godmother did ours. Very nice. Worth the money to us.
     
  8. mbarone54

    mbarone54 Earning My Ears

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    I have the option for the AAA Storytelling as well...is it something we need to have a reservation for in advance, or are we "assigned" a time and day?

    Thanks!
     
  9. reeeoga

    reeeoga <font color=blue>No I only Et one. Maybe tonight I

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    call a few days in advance to get the best time for your trip. You can probably get in the day before, but I like to have things settled.:thumbsup2
     
  10. mbarone54

    mbarone54 Earning My Ears

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    Thanks... I did call today for our trip in April. I read on another board that you can call up to 90 days in advance. Nothing like planning ahead!
     

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