I was wondering could anyone point me in the right direction on how i get the form to exchange the temp ticket to the plastic anuael pass.. it expires in sept...
Hmh. The only way I know about for getting the plastic card is presenting yourself at the Annual Passport Office (because they need your face for a while, stamping it to the plastic card ;))) By the way, why do you still have
a temporary passport since last September?! You should have it been plastifyed at the AP Office upon your first visit already...
I wonder if there is a speciality I might not know about. Getting information from the CM referring to online forms sounds quite useless to me. You were there in person, not virtually! ;)
The 5-for-4 offer seems to be the usual family discount: 5 APs being bought at the same time
for the same family (same home address
) will get a 20% discount on the total sum (= 1 AP for free). As far as I know you can't make up the 5th AP later. This is the french original text (for Fantasy, but it's the same for a Dream AP):
Pour l'achat simultané de 5 Passeports Annuels Fantasy* et plus pour une même famille (même adresse), bénéficiez de 20% de réduction sur le montant total de l'achat (soit 103€ par Passeport Annuel au lieu de 129€).
* Offre non cumulable et valable uniquement au Bureau Passeport Annuel et aux guichets d'entrée des Parcs Disney®, par correspondance et par téléphone au N° Indigo 0825 825 100 (0.15€ TTC/ MN)
Personally I think you cannot take advantage of that offer.
BUT I suggest to contact Disney by e-mail: DLP.firstname.lastname@example.org
– they will kindly answer all of your questions, and if there's an online form, they'd probably send it (or the link) to you. I learned that it's always worth to kindly ask what you plan to do. So if you were told you can easily get "the 5th AP for your family
for free", just ask them how to handle it.
Remember: your friend has to be a family member, living at the same address, otherwise there won't be any discount at all. But of course he can be a nephew or whatever living at your house, even if there's still his old home address in the passport. hint, hint. ;)))
Best of luck!