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4formickey
06-20-2006, 08:03 PM
I just notice that the links for the discount Disney tickets on Mousesavers is not the best deal that you can get. check the link below for discounts and you can save a whole lot of more money on your park hopper then the mouseavers link. For 2 adult 7 day hoppers and one child 7 day hopper,http://www.officialticketcenter.com/cgi-bin/store/commerce.cgi?product=tickets&refer=TC11WT#Tickets-Buy (http://) They would have saved me about $100 on my tickets This site is part of the dis-board family I found it when I click the link for discounts.

disneygals
06-20-2006, 08:19 PM
:confused: I bought my tix through the mousesavers link and paid $2 less for adults and $6 less for kids compared to the site you gave...I still think they're the cheapest.

georgina
06-20-2006, 08:35 PM
I just notice that the links for the discount Disney tickets on Mousesavers is not the best deal that you can get. check the link below for discounts and you can save a whole lot of more money on your park hopper then the mouseavers link. For 2 adult 7 day hoppers and one child 7 day hopper,http://www.officialticketcenter.com/cgi-bin/store/commerce.cgi?product=tickets&refer=TC11WT#Tickets-Buy (http://) They would have saved me about $100 on my tickets This site is part of the dis-board family I found it when I click the link for discounts.

That great a difference would surprise me. Tell us how much you paid for your tickets and what type they are (hopper only, water parks included, etc) so we can compare on our own!

Nascia
06-20-2006, 09:11 PM
We purchased our 10 day park hopper w/ water park that expire through Undercover Tourist via the Mousesaver link for less than the Official Ticket Center offers their 7 day tickets. :confused3

SUSIEQ
06-20-2006, 10:38 PM
I just notice that the links for the discount Disney tickets on Mousesavers is not the best deal that you can get. check the link below for discounts and you can save a whole lot of more money on your park hopper then the mouseavers link. For 2 adult 7 day hoppers and one child 7 day hopper,http://www.officialticketcenter.com/cgi-bin/store/commerce.cgi?product=tickets&refer=TC11WT#Tickets-Buy (http://) They would have saved me about $100 on my tickets This site is part of the dis-board family I found it when I click the link for discounts.

You are kidding, right? :confused3

polkadotladybug
06-21-2006, 07:14 AM
Well - I just looked at both sites -

compared the same thing - a 7 day parkhopper pass expiring 14 days after first use -

Official ticket center -
adult $251
child $214

Ticketmania -
adult $239
child $201

I did not figure out shipping costs - but I know that Ticketmania offers an even lower price with a link for subscribers to the Mousesavers website - but the prices listed are as they are on the website.

What sort of math are you using?

polkadotladybug
06-21-2006, 07:18 AM
Did you accidentally buy a non-expiring ticket (which adds $$ to the cost) or a hopper when you didn't want/need that (which adds $$) - make sure you are comparing the same EXACT tickets.

# of days
one park vs parkhopper
expiring vs non-expiring

It gets very confusing with all the options but be clear on what you are looking for. I checked for the same exact thing at both places (it's what we bought when we went to WDW several weeks ago - I bought from Ticketmania with the Mousesavers newletter link) and trust me - I nearly went cross-eyed comparing Ticketmania, undercover Tourist, etc. I definitely crunched numbers and bought at the cheapest place.

claudia
06-21-2006, 08:12 AM
just purchased a 10 day park hopper, expires after 14 days from undercovertourist through mousesavers link and paid $244....the 7 day hopper through your site costs $251....what am I missing?

4formickey
06-21-2006, 05:47 PM
Did you accidentally buy a non-expiring ticket (which adds $$ to the cost) or a hopper when you didn't want/need that (which adds $$) - make sure you are comparing the same EXACT tickets.

# of days
one park vs parkhopper
expiring vs non-expiring

It gets very confusing with all the options but be clear on what you are looking for. I checked for the same exact thing at both places (it's what we bought when we went to WDW several weeks ago - I bought from Ticketmania with the Mousesavers newletter link) and trust me - I nearly went cross-eyed comparing Ticketmania, undercover Tourist, etc. I definitely crunched numbers and bought at the cheapest place.we got the non-expiring hopper. yes this does add to the cost but I decided to buy now for later. When I compared prices ticketmania was $100 more.

4formickey
06-21-2006, 06:16 PM
The total from the offical ticket center is $763 for 7day hopper 2 adult and 1 child. The total from ticket-mania was $861. These are non expire tickets. Correct me if my math is wrong. :teacher:

harleyquinn
06-21-2006, 06:34 PM
Your link's price for an adult NON EXPIRY 7 day hopper is $308. Ticketmania's is $299.

The kid's is $270 VS $263.
You must have purchased the wrong ticket. It's very confusing the way they are listed on that site.

Your total from the official ticket center should have been $886.

Would've been $861 with Ticketmania.

Check what type of tickets you purchased!!

rdrjj5
06-21-2006, 06:37 PM
The total from the offical ticket center is $763 for 7day hopper 2 adult and 1 child. The total from ticket-mania was $861. These are non expire tickets. Correct me if my math is wrong. :teacher:
The prices you are getting from the official ticket enter are the 7 day no exp. with no hopper. The price for the 7 day hopper no exp for 2 adults and 1 child is at total of $886.