Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- My family of four from Florida has always had a seasonal pass. I am considering upgrading to an annual pass. We go about 8-10/year but not in the summer. I know it would save us on parking. Do you think the annual pass or seasonal would be better?
- - Asked by Ginger from Florida on 9/3/2008
- When you visit WDW are you only staying for the day?
If so, then take your typical number of visits and multiply it by the cost of parking. Add that to the amount of your Seasonal Pass. Don't forget that you can get a renewal discount and also the Auto Club South (AAA) offers a discount on these passes.
Next, price out the cost of a new annual pass. Again, check with the Auto Club if you are a member.
If you do not visit WDW during the black-out dates and the price still works out less expensive, stick with the Seasonal Pass.
I think you'll probably find that the cost of the Annual Pass is about the same as purchasing a Seasonal Pass plus paying for ten separate parking days. If so, go with the AP!
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