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Old 11-13-2017, 02:00 PM   #811
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Is it possible to remotely exchange the voucher- say online or over the phone? Activating by 12/31/18 would work fine for us, but we don't plan to be at WDW until Jan 2019.
I don't think so, but you'd better call to confirm. We just bought passes by phone and had to activate at the guest services window. We tried to just enter the park thinking that we had done the linking to our bands and confirmed the passes with corresponding people, but they wouldn't admit us without a trip to guest services to activate. You have to show a valid ID for each AP with the member's address in order to get the deal. If the person you've purchased passes for has a different address, be ready to pay the going rate for a non-DVC AP.
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Old 11-13-2017, 02:05 PM   #812
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Is it possible to remotely exchange the voucher- say online or over the phone? Activating by 12/31/18 would work fine for us, but we don't plan to be at WDW until Jan 2019.
Activation can only be done in person at WDW.
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Old 11-14-2017, 01:48 AM   #813
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I have the Disney Visa. If I use the 6 months no interest on a DVC purchase, do I still get 2% rewards?
The answer is yes. I noticed $221 Reward dollars on my Disney Visa page, so you do get 2% on a DVC purchase.
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Old 11-16-2017, 02:59 PM   #814
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If you purchase the Platinum Plus Pass by 1/3/2018, you get the Platinum Plus for the price of the Gold Pass. That's a $210 savings off the regular DVC pricing on the Platinum Plus Pass ($310 off the non discounted price).

This promotional pass must be activated by 12/31/2018. If not activated by 12/31/2018, you would be able to apply the purchase price to a new purchase of equal or greater cost.
Thanks. I think I should do this, however, now we are talking about doing a trip to France instead of WDW (we may be headed to France anyways for a competition so adding a few days at DLP is what we are kicking around). It would be the first time in years we didn't go to WDW. Kids are 11 and 8 so just now old enough to appreciate these sorts of things. But it's not a sure thing and we need to make a decision before we get to the 7 month window.

I'm a little hesitant about DLP. There are so many questions about whether we'd like it, etc.
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Old 11-16-2017, 08:18 PM   #815
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Thanks. I think I should do this, however, now we are talking about doing a trip to France instead of WDW (we may be headed to France anyways for a competition so adding a few days at DLP is what we are kicking around). It would be the first time in years we didn't go to WDW. Kids are 11 and 8 so just now old enough to appreciate these sorts of things. But it's not a sure thing and we need to make a decision before we get to the 7 month window.

I'm a little hesitant about DLP. There are so many questions about whether we'd like it, etc.
My wife and I stopped by DLP for a day a few years ago on the end of a Europe trip. It was pre-kids, so your results may vary. We were able to take the Metro out there which lets off right by the parks, but it is not in a nice area. There were numerous police/paramilitary officers patrolling with submachine guns. It was a very strange experience for entry to Disney. But, once inside, it didn't feel too different from DL or WDW. I know it's a cliché that the French aren't particularly friendly, and we did see a lot of that in Paris (though not in the French Riviera). But Disney hiring practices/CM training is in full display. Everyone working there was very friendly, and I think much more multi-language speaking given the plethora of nearby languages. If you're in the Paris area for a little while, it's a nice one day excursion and you can hit both parks.
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