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847.5 #266 DL Qual #396 10-19-12 11:12AM
Maybe someone can advise me. Costco is selling 4 day park hoppers for approx. $260. They are offering a $50 Costco gift card with each park hopper pass. After we purchase the park hoppers, we're considering getting annual passes. Will DLR charge us the balance based on $210 or $260? Has anyone done this before? Thanks!
You will just need to pay the difference from the value of the hopper ticket and the cost of the annual pass you select. The Costco coupon really has nothing to do with your upgrade costs. - MyPark   1298.8 #163 10-19-12 11:21AM Like  Reply
Years ago they took the gift card off the you would get $210 credit. Things could have changed. - Linzee   2136.8 #92 10-19-12 11:25AM Like  Reply
Two different answers. Call DL and always get a name of the person you spoke with. Especially, if it is in your favor. - Sugarbuzz   335.8 #828 10-19-12 3:18PM Like  Reply
It depends on what is written on the ticket for the ticket price. We recently bought tickets at getaway and we paid $211 for a 3 day ticket. When we got the ticket it was marked for $214 so we only saved $3 when we upgraded. My MIL bought a ticket from my neighbor who works for Bel Air and his tickets were $25 cheaper. When she got the actual ticket at the park it was priced as a normal ticket so she upgraded and didn't have to pay the $25 extra. Make sense? So again, it depends on what the ticket says - brodysmommy   476.7 #525 10-19-12 4:12PM Like  Reply
This. Whatever the retail value written on this ticket is. That's what will be applied. - Pixarprincess  544.5 #441 10-19-12 4:21PM