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Thread: How much would you pay for a lifetime pass to wdw?

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    If they did a pass for disneyworld valid for your entire life, how much would you pay for it

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    Wow. Good question. It's about $350-400 (I can NEVER remember) right now I think for a Florida resident AP. I don't know what I'd pay, but I wouldn't take a loan out to do it that's for sure.






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    Interesting question. Knowing me I'd buy one and step out in front of a bus the next day!





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    I think it would have to depend on how old I was when I bought it. At my age I wouldn't be willing to pay as much as if I were 40 years younger.





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    Cant remember how much an AP goes for now.... 500ish?

    hmmm I guess I'd stump up $2500 or so especially if it came with nice benefits and a really nice card instead of the silly paper AP things
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    Quote Originally Posted by uscwest, post: 34571
    I think it would have to depend on how old I was when I bought it. At my age I wouldn't be willing to pay as much as if I were 40 years younger.

    My thought, precisely!

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    SENIOR DISCOUNT for sure!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BevW, post: 34880
    SENIOR DISCOUNT for sure!!!

    There you go!

    Valid for all parks and resorts with no blackout dates!

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    I'd pay a few thousand $ it would save us money and disney would still get the money they make from the food, drink and souveneirs I think they should do it



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    Id give them my first born...

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