DVC & Annual Passes

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  1. basketrn

    basketrn Please stand clear of the doors...Por favor manten

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    Exactly how much are annual passes for adults with a DVC membership?
     
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  3. CarolMN

    CarolMN DVC Co-Moderator Moderator

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    THe DVC discount is $100 off the price for an adult AP and $125 off the price of an adult PAP.

    Prices, including tax are $335.48 (adult AP) and $440.91 (adult PAP).

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  4. mommybunnyof2

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    We are FL residents and are considering buying seasonal annual passes. Does anyone know if we receive any further discounts by being DVC members as well?? Thanks!
     
  5. Chuck S

    Chuck S DVC Boards Co-Moderator Moderator

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    DVCers do not recieve a discount on the FL seasonal passes. The DVC AP price is about $10 less than a FL AP, and PAPs are about $15 less with DVC discount vs. FL resident discount.
     
  6. Nedlo2

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    Is there also a discount for the 3-9 age AP for DVC members?

     
  7. drise

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    The Florida Seasonal Pass is cheaper than the DVC discounted AP. You're restricted to certain black out periods (Christmas week, Easter, and July and August).
     
  8. CarolMN

    CarolMN DVC Co-Moderator Moderator

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    Yes, it's $85 off the price of an AP and $106 off the price of the PAP.

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  9. Nedlo2

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    Thanks for the info .. getting the budget set up for our next trip, hopefully as a DVC owner at SSG (waiting on Disney ROFR :badpc: )
     
  10. MemoryMakers2669

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    Good Luck Nedlo2! We made it through on our second try for VWL!
     
  11. mommybunnyof2

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    We purchased our Florida seasonal annual passes which came out to $860 for two adults and two children. The CS told me that is the lowest annual pass available. Since we live in FL we don't want to be anywhere near WDW in the summer (sorry all you northern folks). It is just too dang HOT. And we tend to go earlier in Dec. and get the same Christmas feel. We also like to go in May -- we'll be there 4/30 thru 5/4 -- missing the majority of spring breakers. The seasonal passes will work out just fine for us. Thanks everyone for your input and information!!

    Now I'm trying to decide if the DDP is a good deal for us or not. We have a one-bedroom villa for four nights. The cost of the DDP will be $391 for all of us. I'm sure my DH will be totally against it since we have the full kitchen in our room. I'll bring it up to him and we'll see what happens.

    MommyBunnyof2
     

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