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News update: Less Stitch at Disney World, and maybe less AP access, too

By Robert Niles: Disney fans are buzzing about a customer survey from the company that asks fans' opinion about an annual pass that would block out days after new attractions open. Typically, Disney's annual pass blockout days have been scheduled around high attendance periods: holidays, school vacations, and (in the case of Disneyland) weekends. The more blockout days, the cheaper the pass.
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