Actually, with your situation, you'll probably be one of the few that might benefit out of all of this, since you didn't directly have a trip impacted by the closures. I know when I was running the numbers for an AP, it worked out to only 2 trips within a year that made an AP worth it, if you factor Memory Maker into the numbers. For my calculations, an AP was 1272.68, and a 6 day PH ticket, at the cheapest rates I could find in 2020, was 568.32. Memory Maker, which we always get, is 169.00. 1272.68-568.32-169.00= 535.36 remaining. If you take the example I used above of being based on 107 days closed, that means you'd get 372.07 back of that 1272.68. So, if you look at the remaining 535.36 and subtract the refund of 372.07, means, you'd still need 163.29 worth of value. Now, remember that the Memory Maker was worth 169? So, factor that in for a second trip, an extra Memory Maker of 163.29-169.00 = -5.71. That means you'll basically be getting that second trip for free. (at least for ticket values). So, as long as you can go on your Jan trip, you'll be ahead, even if you don't make the Nov trip. If you can't make any trips at all before Feb 2, 21, then perhaps taking the extension, if it means you can squeeze one more trip in, might be your best option.

And that's based on them opening up July 1st. If they don't open until Aug 17th, that means you'll see a 154/366 of your AP back, which works out till 535.50. So, if they're closed until Aug 17th, you should be close to breaking even. Personally, I hope they're not closed that long, as our trip is booked at the end of Aug and I don't want to have to cancel if they're not open by our 'able to cancel' date at the end of July, but in your case, if might be best to hope for that.