Please help!

#1

I feel so stupid but I have to ask! What does AP rates stand for? :blink:
Still a newbie :dry:
Thanks a bunch :excl:

#2

I think “Annual Passholders”.

#3

I have to agree with hiner on this.

#4

yep Annual Passholder rates which are good for anyone with an AP or a PAP

#5

Ok, now how does one become an ap?

#6

All you have to do is buy an annual pass.

#7

you can buy a premium or regular annual pass at the disneyworld website as i did. you only need one to get the AP room rates. But I bought AP’s for all 4 of us, instead of having to purchase tickets for everyone.

#8

Do the AP’s get you into all the parks, including the water parks, DisneyQuest and PI??

We usually get the length of stay passes so we can go anywhere.

#9

There are two main types of annual passes. One covers just the big four ($379) and the other also includes the water parks and Pleasure Isand ($499).
You can also buy annual passes for just the water parks etc.

#10

So if you buy an annual pass, it gets you in to parks and it pays for your hotel? I suppose you have to get certain AP’s for certain things. Maybe I should just get on the disney website? Thanks a bunch :huh:

#11

AP is a PARK annual pass!! It gets you into the park and special rates on Hotels!!! It does not pay your hotel stay!!!

#12

It’s a park pass, for the theme parks only. The premium pass will get you into the water parks etc. It doesn’t pay for your hotel, but it can get you a discount. You have to sit in front of your computer 24/7 , chewing your nails, and wait until the rates are posted for the time you want to go, then jump on the phone and hope they’re not all sold out :smile: If you’ve already booked, you can apply the rates when they become available.

HTH