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    If you have an AP, is it free to park at the resorts or do you have to be staying there?

    It was suggested we park at CR for Sammy Duvall's but if we have to pay parking, it may be better to park at TTC then use the monrail to CR

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    You never have to pay to park at resorts unless you use valet parking.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 62618
    You never have to pay to park at resorts unless you use valet parking.
    This is true for the strictly Disney resorts, however as I mentioned in my trip report, you do have to pay for parking at the Swan/Dolphin complex to the tune of $10!
    If you are dining there however the fee is waived, just remember to get your parking ticket stamped at the restaurant.





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    Right! Good point, Slowhand. S/D went to pay for parking some time ago. The Universal resorts charge for parking too, I believe. (As does the Gaylord Palms).






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