The summer AP "Backstage Pass" is online now!

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  1. bumbershoot

    bumbershoot DIS Veteran

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    So did anyone get their paper copy in the mail? We haven't, but we didn't get the last season's either. :(

    I'm reading it right now; hopefully it has more pertinent info than last season's, which had things already expired by the time it was put online!
     
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  3. prettyprincessbelle

    prettyprincessbelle <font color=green>I'm just excited for the BBQ! Yu

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    I haven't gotten the last 2. I'll ask DBF, he gets all of them.
     
  4. Krissy Marissy

    Krissy Marissy <font color=darkorchid>I LOVE the MC!!! I eat one

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    have never gotten one either. This one wasn't filled with anything too new or exciting either :(
     
  5. bumbershoot

    bumbershoot DIS Veteran

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    Agreed (finished it). All the info in it is elsewhere and has been elsewhere for awhile now. I hope I don't get one now, as it's a waste of paper, ink, and shipping costs!
     
  6. DisneyMomma81

    DisneyMomma81 DIS Veteran

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    We've only received the Halloween season one last year (became AP holders last Apr.) at least we can pull 'em up online. I'm ok with saving paper.
     
  7. Burnt Toast

    Burnt Toast DLR -> WDW Cast Member

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    There was no February edition of Backstage Pass, they skipped a year. The last issue sent out was the holiday one (which there was a shipping/production delays, hence the skipping of the Spring issue).

    I'm not sure if they went with a totally online-only method of delivery now (which wouldn't surprise me), but I still try to find out.
     
  8. dleyel

    dleyel Mouseketeer

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    Mine arrived in the mail yesterday. I'd be fine if they just sent an email saying it was available on-line. It's a quick read.
     
  9. IASWAM

    IASWAM <font color=blue>"To all that come to this happy p

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    I have never received anything in the mail regarding AP info.
    Ever.
    Not once.
    Nothing.

    :confused3
     
  10. Krissy Marissy

    Krissy Marissy <font color=darkorchid>I LOVE the MC!!! I eat one

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    I agree that they should save the time, energy and money...not to mention paper, and just have it online.
     
  11. Sherry E

    Sherry E Currently tag-less... Moderator

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    The last AP magazine/newsletter I got was the winter one. But I continue to get that Family Fun magazine or whatever it is called, every single issue, which seems to be a comp that came unexpectedly with the Premium AP.
     
  12. fairycat

    fairycat <marquee><font color=deeppink>Modern Disney Prince

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    They used to offer a Disney Magazine but a few years ago they stopped printing that magazine and then started to offer the Family Fun magazine. I feel so guilty since I never even open the magazine and have tried to pawn them off on other parents but that doesn't often work. I wish I could decline getting the magazine or send it to some one else.
     
  13. Sherry E

    Sherry E Currently tag-less... Moderator

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    I agree! I am not a parent at all, and I feel like there must be someone out there who lives in my general area who would like/appreciate these magazines....but I don't want to hang onto a year's supply of them until I find someone! I remember the Disney magazine. I liked it. I subscribed fto it or a while even though I was not an AP holder at that time. I also liked having a tangible Disney catalog (in the old days) that I could hold in my hand and flip through. I don't really like the online version (Disneyshopping) of it as much. Some things are convenient to have online, but some things I like to hold and thumb through. That is why I could never be a big fan of Kindle, which is all the rage now. To me, if I am going to read a book, I want to feel the cover, I want to smell the newness (or oldness) of it, I want to turn the pages manually - it is a tactile, sensory thing. But I guess I am old school like that!:thumbsup2
     

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