No more length of stay passes? Advice?

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  1. JJsmama

    JJsmama WDW addict

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    We'll be at the Wilderness Lodge in March. (Boy, are these new tickets and packages confusing me!!) Is there no longer such a thing as a length of stay park hopper (the old "Ultimate'?) We'll be arriving on a Saturday afternoon. (staying til Wednesday)We were planning to go on to the parks with the length of stay passes. Now, would we have to buy a whole day for those few hours? What would you do?
     
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  3. MagicKingdom05

    MagicKingdom05 <font color=red>Loves to Travel<br><font color=dar

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    JJsmama,

    Correct. No more LOS. Everything is set up differently. You choose your resort, you can then decide if you want a park pass for all the days of your stay or only a few.

    Here is disney's site and where alot of the new info is at.

    http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/wdw/index
     
  4. golfgal

    golfgal DIS Cast Member<br><font color=green>When did vacu

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    Check out the prices for the passes. We are checking in on Monday and checking out on Saturday. We will use 6 days of our pass, but for only $6 more, total, for the 5 of us, we can get 7 day passes. We are going to get the 7 day passes because we will be in Floriday for 10 days and might go back to a park for a few hours one day.
     
  5. disneyag

    disneyag DIS Veteran

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    With the LOS passes, you would have essentially paid for a whole day even though you only planned to go to the parks for a few hours. It's not much different.
     
  6. golfgal

    golfgal DIS Cast Member<br><font color=green>When did vacu

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    Also, you don't have to buy a pass for the entire legnth of your stay. If your reservations are for 5 nights, you can buy a 3 day pass to the parks. We are staying 5 nights at Disney, but are buying 7 day passes because we will still be in Florida for more then those 6 days.
     

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