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Some questions about tickets

Discussion in 'Tickets, Offers and Discounts' started by lisaw, Jan 16, 2009.

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    Trying to work out the most cost effective way for us to get tickets this year.

    Do you get the AP benefits with the normal AP as opposed to the Premium AP, and can you still buy the tables in Wonderland card with the normal AP?

    We are thinking of buying one basic AP for me with the DVC discount (I am not going to water parks etc in August! although DH and the kids will want to go).

    Buying one Tables in Wonderland card with my AP.

    Then buying 3 x 21 day ultimate tickets from the UK for DH and the kids.

    Does this allow us to get all available discounts etc - just worrying that I am missing something :unsure:
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    we got 6 14 day ultimates lisa and worth every penny, id get them all the time in future
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    We have always had ultimates before :yes: Just trying to find a way to maximise other discounts :)
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    all you need is one lisa:thumbsup: we had annual passes while we were there. Most useful was the 10% off at world of disney
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    So is the basic AP good enough then for the discounts and the TinW card?

    I am loving the idea of 10% off in WoD - worth quite a lot to me as you can imagine :lol:
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    i'm not sure about the tinw bit but when we had them you got all the discounts with the basic. Just imagine what you could bring back for your friend:thumbsup:
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    The basic AP will allow you to purchase the Tables In Wonderland Card. The card is then good for 20% off Food and Beverage at almost all sit down restaurants and most food courts. They will add an 18% gratuity at the sit down restaurants and lounges. It can be used for up to 10 people I believe.
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    Thanks John, I think that will be the best way for us to go then, the 20% will go someway to alleviate the difference in $ rate from last time - most of the places we will dine in onsite are on the list as far as I can see and we usually tip around that amount anyway. :yes:

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