All Star Rates



I've been reading the posts on this board about the $49 All Star Rates with interest - but wasn't going to try to get reservations with any code I got off the board - I agree totally with this board's policy. Yesterday in the mail, I got an offer (with a code) for a $59 (!) rate for the All Stars - this postcard VERY clearly states that proof of state residency is required. I'm probably going to book with the rate code - although I am curious as to which states which the $49 rate was originally intended.


Jan 16, 2000
From what I have read, the $59 rate is good for earlier in the year than the $49 rate. The $49 rate is good for anyone. You do not have to be a certain type of employee. You do not have to be a resident in a certain state. There was no code for my reservation at the $49 rate and nothing other than identification and a credit card is required at checkin.

First trip for me: 1973
(the year of my birth)
DL a few times and WDW a zillion times (it seems) :) up until 1989 when MGM opened
First trip w/ DH (28), DS (4), DD (2): 2/28-03/06/01-Wyndham Palace
Next trip: 09/28-30/01 ASMu; 09/30-10/08/01 ASMo

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