HELP!I don't know what to do about this

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HELP!I don't know what to do about this
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Wed, 05-07-2003 - 9:26pm
Fairy Tale package.... I did my plane tickets today, & already have my ressies for FW Cabins, but I never did the park tickets.That was next.

Do you think this package is a good deal? Or should I but park tickets that don't expire?

I am trying to add everything up to see if Disney has a catch here or something...

Any insight?

Thanks!

Barbara : )

(still doing the happy CRT dance, btw!)

      ~*~Barbara~*~

"life is not a dress rehearsal..."

 

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Thu, 05-08-2003 - 5:22pm
ordinarily I never reccomend the UPH because they do expire and if you don't go to a park one day you're out $$$ but with this deal you're getting 3 days free (if you pay for 4) so it is a good deal.

Sonya

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Fri, 05-09-2003 - 7:18am
AP or Fairy Tale? That is the ? now...

If anyone has any insight, I would love to hear it, I don't know what to do & which will be better.

Thanks.

Barbara

(the AP rates are awesome)

      ~*~Barbara~*~

"life is not a dress rehearsal..."

 

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Fri, 05-09-2003 - 7:34am
Hey Barbara! You'd have to run your numbers to be sure, but I think the FT package is about a 42% discount off room and tickets, while AP rates are about 25% off room only.

Then you have to consider that the FT package gives you tickets for the entire time too! And for the most part AP's are not discounted (much anyway).

The FT package ended up being a better deal for me, but it all depends on your particular circumstances! You haven't bought AP's yet, have you? I'd be willing to bet the FT package would be a good deal for you too!

Heather

~Heather

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Registered: 04-25-2003
Fri, 05-09-2003 - 12:24pm
From all the people I have talked to, it all depends on you. I would reccommend doing the math and then comparing the two. And, BTW, Fort wilderness cabins are awesome!!