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Tag Archives: annual pass
With the major changes at Disney California Adventure due to roll out, the Disneyland Resort is expecting major crowds this summer. That said, it’s always a good idea to tell people that there’s something new to see. With that in … Continue reading
I was living in Southern California when the Disneyland Annual Passholder membership went from the mid-ten’s of thousands to the high hundreds of thousands. While Disney doesn’t release the official count of annual pass holders, the belief among fans is … Continue reading
Turns out there is an economic advantage to using the monthly payment option when buying a new Florida Resident Annual Pass at Walt Disney World. To see how beneficial the new monthly option for Disney APs is, I did an … Continue reading
Long rumored, and even longer needed, the monthly payment program for the Walt Disney World annual pass has finally rolled out. Now, if you meet the limited eligibility requirements, you can spread out the cost of your annual pass over … Continue reading