HELP DLP Tickets...

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  1. neo's white rabbit

    neo's white rabbit <font color=CC3300>What's a Tag? <i>This</i> is a

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    I was just on the phone with DLP, but as you're all so knowledgable here maybe you can help?

    Our trip to DLP will be between Oct 31st - Nov 5th 2003 with 4 full days there.

    On the DLP site they have a Classic 3 Day Park Hopper ticket that is valid for 3 years from the date of purchase. It makes no other mention of dates other that the 3 yr thing.

    Anywhere else I look the 3 Day Park Hoppers are valid from Jan 6th to April 4th 2003 then April 5th to 2nd Nov 2003. No mention of what takes over after that :(

    So, the lady I spoke to said this Classic ticket woud be valid for any date within that 3 year period.

    Is this right?

    And, would I be better buying them now at £77 per adult and £55 per child or waiting nearer the date? Do they go up with any regularity?

    TIA :)
     
  2. rob@rar.org.uk

    rob@rar.org.uk Skiing is best, Mickey comes next

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    I'm an annual passholder, so I can't be certain about this, but DLP tickets have high season and low season versions. January to April sounds like low season, so any low-season tickets will only be valid for this time. Not too sure about the other ticket expiring in November - perhaps this is when ticket prices are increased, so the price you've been quoted isn't valid beyond this?

    Regards

    Rob
     
  3. neo's white rabbit

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    Hi Rob

    Hence my confusion.

    This 3 year ticket seems to be different to the 3 Day Park Hoppers that come in High and Low season. This is via DLP not any other site offering 3 Day Hoppers where they are clear about the dates. If you're at the DLP site and put it Nov 3rd it just says 'No Tickets available'. Go figure! I want something that covers the 3rd and 4th Nov.

    When I spoke to this girl at DLP she said a High season ticket would be valid in Low season - so what's the point of the dates? -which they don't list at all for this ticket's info when I was looking at it on their site. Are they different things?

    AAARRRRGGGGGGHHHHHH :confused:

    We have a Disney Store here, maybe I should go in there and see what they have and if there is anything on it about dates - presuming they have them.

    A glass of wine beckons before my brain goes pop!! :)
     

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