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Supertrips

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Supertrips

Hello!

My partner and I are looking into getting Annual Passes from Supertrips. If we purchase them, does our year begin from when we receive the temporary pass? Or, does our year begin from the day we exchange our temporary pass for the official pass at the park?

Thanks!

Andrew

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Supertrips as a limited company has been disolved so I'm not sure if they're still trading ir not presently

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They're still advertising tickets...

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Andrew I’ve too looked st their site but the Ltd has been dissolved so my advice would be to exercise caution and not buy, at least for now.

But in answer to your question your year starts when you first enter park and go that day to Annual Passport office.

Also worth noting if you can find a sponsor, and haven’t had a pass for 2 years, the 10% discount makes that way cheaper I think than Supertripscurrent price anyway. Okay risk this way is they don’t show up, but remember they want to sponsor you as if they get 3 stamps they get a free extension, I think now 6 months.

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Thanks for the advice, I'll look into that!

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Have a look at Attrationtix or the sponsorship thread

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sponsorship? Could you give us more details please?

New Forest, United...
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Hi. I agree with the above advice to avoid buying tickets or annual passes from Supertrips, even if they appear to be on sale. When they first started their website they were reliable, and offered good prices, but later they seemed to have difficulty in obtaining them for the prices they had advertised, and many people became frustrated with their lack of communication when purchased items were delayed or did not arrive. I believe they relied on obtaining them a French ticket website with special offers intended for people living or working in France, but the good offers that used to come out became less frequent.

if you can contact someone who is a current AP holder (and has held their AP for at least one month) who will be in Disneyland the same time as you, they may be able to meet up in the park and accompany you to the AP Office on your first day, where they can be your 'sponsor'. People offer to do this because if they can do this for 3 persons within the set time, they receive 3 'stamps'. When they come to renew their own AP they are given an additional 6 months free. The person being 'sponsored' gets 10% discount off the price of the AP they choose to buy. If you buy a park ticket to enter on your first day, the cost will be deducted from the price of your AP as well, as long as you buy it on the same day.

There is a list in the thread below, but it is also worth checking other DLP forums and FB groups who also run similar lists,

https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/ShowTopic-g207…

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Supertrips are fine, the guy runs it as a side project to his normal job and had to step back a bit when it became too busy hence giving up on the LTD company side.

We've had no issues buying annual passes from them this year.

Scotland, United...
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Interesting that Iain knows so much personal information about Supertrips? First forum post as well. Please use caution as others have said.

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Cheap shot?

Pay by credit card and you are covered if anything isn't what it claims to be.

Rather than go on hearsay and rumour on the web I find it best to just ask those involved directly. I suggest anyone who is concerned should just ask them

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