What is a block out pass?

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  1. Mommy2PrincessAbby

    Mommy2PrincessAbby DIS Veteran

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    One of the reviews on here mentioned buying a block out pass, so they didn't have to go to the ticket booth? What is it exactly?

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    --Lisa
     
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  3. eduk8r26

    eduk8r26 DIS Veteran

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    It's for those who have limited AP's--everything but a premium. Certain days are blocked out so if you want to go, you pay $30. You have to pay at the ticket booth, however, as far as I know.
     
  4. Mommy2PrincessAbby

    Mommy2PrincessAbby DIS Veteran

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    Ah, doesn't apply to me then... I thought it was some sneaky way to get into the park without having to stand in a regular entry line! :rolleyes1

    --Lisa
     
  5. disneegrl4eva

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

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    honey the park is magical but you have to PAY for that magic:lmao:
     
  6. biolabetty

    biolabetty DIS Veteran

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    Yes, you do have to buy them at the ticket booth, and you can only get them on the day you are going to use them. It would be nice to be able to buy them ahead of time, but we still had to wait in line to buy one at the booth. Kind of makes you think about how much you really want to go that day since you don't usually have to wait in a ticketbooth line when you have an AP.;)
     
  7. CalGal

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    I was able to buy one at Guest Services in 2006. The lines there are usually pretty short, and they sometimes open before the ticket booths, so that may be a quicker way to go.
     

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