Buying an annual pass

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  1. Vikki

    Vikki Well-Known Member

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    We're most likely going to be buying an AP for our October 2015/August 2916 trip.
    Am I right in saying I can buy an annual pass at any time up until that point? I was just wondering if it was worth buying it now to lock in the current price. If we were to do that, do you get a voucher code to redeem? How long does it last?
    Thanks all!
     
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    yeah I did one before the last increase and got a code which I took to guest services on arrival and they gave me the card.

    I didnt read any expiry date on it but wise to check ;-)
     
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    When do the prices tend to go up?
     
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    There's usually an increase before Halloween, but last year, they moved the jump to August.

    They seem to be increasing it twice a year at the moment.
     
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    You can buy the AP any time. It doesn't start until first use.
     
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    Thank you
     

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