question about different AP's and hotel rates

Discussion in 'Universal Orlando Resorts & Hotels' started by kerri0616, Jan 23, 2003.

  1. kerri0616

    kerri0616 DIS Veteran

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    From browzing Universal's official site, I see that there are actually two different annual passes: one which costs 170 and has no blackout dates, and one that is like 108 and is subject to blackout dates.

    Here's my question: If I want to reserve a hotel room at an AP rate, do I have to have purchased the more expensive AP or will the cheaper AP entitle me to the same great, lower rate?

    Thanks, oh wise ones.

    Oh, and what about Mother's Day? Should I expect higher rates?

    Thanks again!

    KJ
     
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  3. PartyofSix

    PartyofSix TripMomma + 4

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    That's a very good question. One I don't know the answer too :) My guess would be a AP is an AP as far as the hotels are concerned. Now in the parks I know the PAP is required in order to recieve discounts at the stores and so on. That's my guess any other takers?
     
  4. jacee

    jacee Earning My Ears

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    The universal ticket website states that the 2pk power annual pass has no discounts on food merchandise or on-site hotels.
    Looks like you need the more expensive if you want the hotel discount.
     
  5. jacee

    jacee Earning My Ears

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    i forgot to add, you would only need 1 AP to get the discount, you could purchase the less expensive for the rest of your party.
     
  6. njziggy

    njziggy DIS Veteran

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    We have used the "cheaper" AP to get hotel discounts. We asked reservations and they said there would be no problem.
     

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