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Grumpy and Grandma

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  1. Forgot about that since I never used it at the FORT. I assume it would, but you know how things go, there are no guarantees on what they will do. ,We had an incident where we checked in, and were in the overflow, got our text and decided to finish lunch. Got to the site and guess what, someone else was on it. Since it was empty the office went ahead and reassigned it since the other person liked it better. We ended up with an upgrade from 200 to 400 which the FORT ate for the 10 days.
  2. Booking the night before and not showing up doesn't guarantee you that it will be open that I know of and requesting a loop doesn't mean you will get that loop. They make site adjustments daily based on arrivals, or at least they used to. Hopefully someone else will chime in if I'm totally incorrect.
  3. Don't remember what we paid at the FORT, but our Magic Kingdom Club TIckets (8 E ) were $8.75 in 1979.
  4. Just saw on the news that they are adding more AP reservations to the calendar starting tomorrow.
  5. Linda just saw where the AP Discount is 30% has anybody else see that update?
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  7. But the percent positive is staying at 10% which I think is also an important number. There was an article in the COLUMBUS DISPATCH that OHIO deaths, Jan-Jun 2020 were only 1.2% higher than the 5 year rolling average for the same 6 months. So are we really getting all the facts?
  8. From the AP terms and conditions: Passports do not guarantee Theme Park admission, especially during high attendance periods. Disney reserves the right to cancel, suspend or revoke any Passport or deny Theme Park admission to any Passholder at any time for any reason.
  9. No the percentage of AP holders that were agreed to for the re-opening are allowed in as are the percentage of Resort Guests and off Property ticket holders who also have a contract based on the tickets and reservations that they purchased. How would you feel if you bought a vac package and then couldn't get into a park because the AP holders took all the available spots? And yes we have to agree to disagree..
  10. Other AP holders beat you to the open spots. No different than not getting a FP because somebody else was quicker on the trigger. No different than showing up on a Holiday and having the park at capacity, AP or not you don't get in. They said going in that capacity was limited and divided up between all ticket levels. Based on your other post you feel that because you spent $3.27 a day for a ticket that the person who paid $100 a day should not go.
  11. To reinforce my last post here is the blackout calendar that is listed on the AP site below the COVID up date about reservations. This is for the top two tiers.
  12. I think what you are seeing is due to the fact that all the AP reservations are already taken due to the limits on each category (AP, RESORT and NON RESORT) and not black-outs. I have always understood that each category was limited per day so that all had an opportunity to reserve. If they didn't do that you could have a park full of nothing but all AP's or ALL RESORT.
  13. ??????? That's not what this says... Annual Passholders staying at select Disney Resort or other select hotels with valid theme park admission are eligible to make theme park reservations for each day of their stay(s), and now in addition, all Annual Passholders are eligible to make theme park reservations for up to 3 days at a time on a rolling basis. Once you use a theme park reservation, you can make another reservation for a future date. All reservations are subject to availability and applicable pass blockout dates. Guests should ensure their pass type is valid for park entry prior to making a park reservation. To enter one of the parks, each Passholder is required to have a theme park reservation in addition to a valid annual pass.
  14. Resident, but we pay it up front and we just renewed in Feb. Granted they didn't know what the extension would be because the final opening was completely settled,, but it ended up being 4 months. If they extended 4 months from Mar 16th one would assume any refunds would be from the same date. You said your's exp in May so that is 2 months that you lost. I can understand your frustration, but as with everything in this entire mess, it's a first.
  15. Jen posted in early June that we had to call and that is was not automatic otherwise I wouldn't have called.
  16. As I posted in another thread I got through in about 5 minutes, was transferred once. Told them I wanted the date extension and they said it would take about 2 weeks and it did. Our exp date has been extended 4 months.
  17. With the recent spike I can see some people canceling. Also a 50% limit would still overload the pools since nobody would be going to the parks as they would if all was normal.
  18. Establishments that derive over 50% of their income from drinks alone have to close.
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