New AP Policy change


#1

Annual Pass Renewals - Policy Change!


Effective Sunday August 2, 2009 there is a change in policy concerning renewal of certain Annual Passes.

This change applies to: Tourist Premium Annual Pass, Tourist Annual Pass, Florida Resident Premium Annual Pass, Florida Resident Annual Pass, and Florida Resident Seasonal Pass.

This change specifically does not apply to Epcot After 4:00 Annual Pass, Water Parks Annual Pass, or Disney Quest Annual Pass.

The notice did not say anything about the DVC Member AP or PAP or the Charter AP or PAP.

Effective August 2, 2009 renewals within 30 days before or after the expiration date will receive an additional three months and will be valid for 15 months from the expiration date of the current Pass.

Renewal Exchange Vouchers sold prior to August 2, 2009 may be redeemed with this offer provided the renewal is occurring August 2, 2009 or later.

There was no indication in the notice of an expiration date of this policy, but there was the standard disclaimer of “Offer dates are subject to change without notice”


#2

Well then . . . that justifies the increase! :happy:


#3

I hope it also applies to the DVC AP renewal. The basic one went up almost $20.


#4

I think that is AWESOME!!


#5

That is good news. I do hope it extends to a DVC Annual Pass!!


#6

So, when I renew in October, my pass will be good until January 2011?
Wonder how long they’ll keep this rule in effect.


#7

I love that new policy. Sounds like a winner.


#8

Wow, I hope this will include the DVC pass because we usually travel at the same time every year so we usually can’t get 2 trips out of one AP. I’ll keep my fingers crossed.


#9

Me too. That is why we never bought APs because our trips are always at the same time every year. It would definitely be worth it if we could get 2 trips out of an AP.


#10

Didn’t they do something after 9-11. I vaguely recall that they did.