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Mamzie
9th January 2008, 21:41
Annual Passport information and Sponsering

If you intend to buy ticket for Disneyland Paris for more than 3 days, then you may well find that you would be better off buying an Annual Passport. These tickets are then valid for the year, and will all offer various benefits and discounts depending on which one you decided to purchase.

There are 3 different levels of annual Passports. This link will take you to some information on what each type of Anual Passport will entitle you too.

http://www.dlp.info/Guide/Guest-Info/Annual-Passports/Annual-Passport-Comparison.asp

You can even get 10% off the costs of the Passports by asking current AP members to sponser your purchase. People who hold a annual pass sponsor other passports to receive up to 12 months extra on their own passport and members who wish to become annual passport holders can save 10% off their passports when they purchase thus benefiting both parties.


Sponsorship of new holders gives you additional months of access on the 2 Disney? Parks:

1 AP sponsored = 1 month of access offered to the 2 Disney? Parks
2 AP sponsored = 4 months of accesses offered to the 2 Disney? Parks
3 AP sponsored = 12 months of accesses offered to the 2 Disney? Parks

Advantages of new holder ? they profit from a reduction on the purchase of his Annual Passport ? 10%. The discounts for new APs are only valid for any person not holding an Annual Passport for the least two years.

The sponsor fills in the part of the sponsorship form relating to them. They then give the form to the person they wish to sponsor and who take it to the AP office to validate it. It then needs to be returned to the sponsor so they can take the form themselves to the AP office to benefit from their additional months. Each existing AP can only be used to sponsor 3 new AP. So for each of the three people you sponsor they all need to be on the same form.

To validate a sponsorship, the new holder will have to present themselves at the AP office, along with the sponsorship form, with or without the sponsor. Sponsorship can not be validated if the form is incorrectly completed.

If the sponsor is a minor, the sponsorship form must also be signed by a parent or legal guardian.

To profit from the months of extension, the sponsor will have to present themselves at the AP office at least one month before the AP is due to expire. If they fail to do this, they will lose the additional months gained through sponsorship.

AP holders can sponsor from the 2nd month of holding an annual pass.

Link to Offical Disney Site.

http://www.disneylandparis.com/fr/passeport_annuel/adh/parrainage.htm


Many thanks to the DIS Boards and posters there, which is where I have gained this info and links from.

http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?p=22494375&posted=1#post22494375

I am awaiting a reply to an email I have sent to Disney querying the dates on the current sponser form, and will update as soon as I have an answer.

Mamzie
9th January 2008, 21:41
Quite a few people have been asking tickets/passports and are intending to Visit Disney this year. Hopefully this way a few of us here may get to extend our passes if anyone is buying some for themsleves.

We are visiting Disneyland Paris In May and then either August or October.

At the moment we have 4 Dream Passports which means I could sponser up to 12 people. If I could get just 2 of our passes extended through I would be really happy, as that would be virtually the same as we paid last year with the free child pass offer.

So please feel free to post or pm me if you need any more info about these.

Khufu
9th January 2008, 22:17
I also have passes so I can sponsor up to 16 people. I think the AP is a really great deal - I have actually only used mine to get into the park one day but the 20 % off at restaurants (plus free drink!) and the 10 % off in store means it paid for itself on the first trip.

Cyrano
9th January 2008, 23:42
Many thanks to the DIS Boards and posters there, which is where I have gained this info and links from.

http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?p=22494375&posted=1#post22494375

Glad to help :)

Mamzie
13th January 2008, 00:55
Just read over on Disney boards that you can still get a free Annual Disney Pass for a child aged 3-7 until 4th April 2008. Def worthwhile to buy if you qualify.

http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=1665985

http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=1684369