Question about AP "Vouchers"- Do Not Want To "Renew"

Discussion in 'Disneyland (California)' started by BayAreaMom, May 18, 2012.

  1. BayAreaMom

    BayAreaMom Mouseketeer

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    Just learned that the Deluxe AP will be going up $90!!

    My AP expires 6/6. I do not want to renew. I was planning on buying a new AP in November. We won't be going over the summer so not "renewing" makes sense.

    I read about this on mousesavers:
    You can also buy a Disneyland Annual Passport in advance by phone at (714) 781-INFO (4636) or online. If you buy in advance, you will receive a plastic card that is your "exchange certificate" or voucher for an actual Annual Pass. The exchange certificate must be "activated" (exchanged for the actual Annual Pass) at a ticket booth. To activate the exchange certificate, you'll have to show photo ID (for adults).

    I want to know if I can buy the AP voucher now, but then let my AP lapse and use the voucher for a new AP in Nov?

    THANKS for any help. I knew the APs would go up this summer- but $90 is crazy!!!
     
  2. FoodLover

    FoodLover Founder of MouseSavers.com

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    Yes. I have done this myself several times in the past, to beat price increases.

    Mary
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  3. disneegrl4eva

    disneegrl4eva <font color=darkcoral>now we just need a secret ha

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    if you dont have to renew for a couple of months and you renew without letting your pass lapse, do you still have to pay the new amount when its time?
     
  4. FoodLover

    FoodLover Founder of MouseSavers.com

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    Yes. Reportedly renewals prior to July 1 will be at the old prices, but that has not been confirmed. Definitely after that (and possibly as early as tomorrow) you will pay a higher renewal rate.

    Mary
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