Hey folks, So we've done three very successful Disney trips thanks to a lot of good advice from this board, and this year we're going to try out Universal. Myself, wife and daughters 8 and 9 Y/O. (52 and 55") Here's the stuff we can't change first, we're going June 9-17, staying offsite at a timeshare nearer Disney for a family reunion, and we have "Get five days for the price of three" 2 park-to park tickets already the wife got though work. The tickets aren't marked "cmp" or any other variation of complimentary, but are marked "promo, five for three". First question is am I right those can be upgraded to APs? Second question is what value will they have for the upgrade (I'm assuming $285 since that's what they cost on the website?) and then whether getting one preferred pass for the parking and merch discounts and the rest seasonal passes is a good plan and anything else I should know about how that works. We're about 6 hours away so we could make a few more trips this year if the kids like it and we can upgrade to APs. We've got a lot of time so I don't want to spend the money for express, just how busy is it likely to be that week? I'm expecting to spend Sun-Thurs at the parks, looks like lvl. 5-6 crowd days but I have no idea what that translates to in terms of standby waits, we almost never had to wait standby on headliners at Disney. I'd like to eat at Three Broomsticks, Fire eaters grill for Gyros, Cowfish, Mythos, and that leaves at least one more meal unless we burn out early. It seems everyone else is doing Disney AND Universal this trip but we're happy to just get maximum value out of Universal since we've spent nearly a month at Disney in the last few years. I know Universal isn't nearly as planning-dependent as Disney but let me know what I should consider. TIA.