AP Rate question

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  1. snwwhite

    snwwhite Mouseketeer

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    My annual pass expires on 6/20/04. If I am checking into a hotel with the AP rate on the 20th is that going to be a problem? Any ideas? I'm just scared that they are going to deny my rate and make me pay rack rate.
     
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  3. Annie&Hallie'sMom

    Annie&Hallie'sMom <font color=deeppink>Things turn out best for peop

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    I don't see why it would be a problem, your AP will still be active when you check in.
     
  4. SuzyQue

    SuzyQue Figure Sk8r's Mom

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    Thought the following info from Mousesavers.com might help you. ~:D~

    New WDW Annual Passes are good for 366 days from the date of activation. In other words, if you activate your new pass on January 2, 2005, it will be good through January 2, 2006! (Yep, you get an extra day, except in a Leap Year!) Renewal Annual Passes, which are discounted, are good for 366 days starting with the renewal date, whether you use them right away or not.
     
  5. snwwhite

    snwwhite Mouseketeer

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    Thank you both for the information.
     

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