AP rates?

Discussion in 'Disneyland (California)' started by kabbie, Nov 10, 2006.

  1. kabbie

    kabbie DIS Veteran

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    I know that AP rates for Feb 2007 haven't been released yet, but I wanted to see if anyone knew historically what AP discounts were available for Disneyland Hotel for that time period?
     
  2. AZMickeyfans

    AZMickeyfans <font color=purple>It's in the attitude woman! I l

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    Last year we got $89 AP rates at the DLH in Jan and early Feb. I think it was about the same the year before. Dont remember exactly though. I hope they have them again this year.
     
  3. Albort

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    Well, the prices already jumped in September, i dont really think it would jump again until next year after summer.
     
  4. fidoprincess

    fidoprincess <font color=blue>I am addicted<br><font color=cora

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    We also got the $89 rate in the middle of January, the 12th and then for the weekend the rate went to $109. I remember they announced the AP rates shortly after Thanksgiving and we called right away and got them for the DLH. The rates were the same for PP and I think they did have GC but it was much higher. Good Luck!
     
  5. FlowersChild

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    Hey I plan to come to DisneyLand sometimes and I am going to try to make it in 2007. When do they have the annual passholder rates for the hotels ? Do you have to allready have you annual pass when you book your hotel or can you pick up your annual pass when you get to DisneyLand Resort ? Also if I purchased the annual pass before I go will it expire when I first use it to get into a park or when I purchase it ?

    What time of year are the best rates at ? For $89 a night I will stay onsite when I go to DisneyLand, that is a good price. I does not matter too much if my annual pass will expire the date of purchase rather than the first time I use it to get in a park. I plan to come for one week or maybe a little more and the annual pass will allready save me money since I come all those days and I don't plan to come back before it expires, but just in case I might I will try to purchased the annual pass as close as I can to my DisneyLand vacation.
     

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