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Old 10-02-2012, 12:18 PM   #1
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Ticket prices?

any deals or discounts ot there right now? I haven't been in a few years, and it's much more $$ (of course)
I don't see any tickets on costco site,just packages, anyone know fof specials?
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Old 10-02-2012, 05:12 PM   #2
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Best prices are at www.undercovertourist.com

There is an instore ticket at Costco. It is a 3 day, 2 park ticket that doesn't expire for 3 years. So you can use each day whenever you want.
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Old 10-02-2012, 10:48 PM   #3
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check out travelzoo for orlando... Has a slick deal
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Old 10-03-2012, 01:16 AM   #4
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Best prices are at www.undercovertourist.com

There is an instore ticket at Costco. It is a 3 day, 2 park ticket that doesn't expire for 3 years. So you can use each day whenever you want.
How much is the instore ticket at Costco? Is it cheaper than the AP discount at the gate? I have an AP, but my husband needs a 3 day park to park ticket, when we get down there later this month. Thanks!
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Old 10-03-2012, 07:54 AM   #6
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How much is the instore ticket at Costco? Is it cheaper than the AP discount at the gate? I have an AP, but my husband needs a 3 day park to park ticket, when we get down there later this month. Thanks!
I think it is around $160? It isn't any cheaper than the normal 3 day ticket but because you can use it over 3 years, it makes it much more valuable. The price changed recently. You'll have to check your local Costco as they aren't sold in the Florida stores.
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When I did the math for 2 adults 2 children for 3 days, AAA came in cheaper than UT. 3 day park to park was $16 cheaper with AAA and only $8 cheaper with UT. It didn't seem like a big bargain to me
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Best prices are at www.undercovertourist.com

There is an instore ticket at Costco. It is a 3 day, 2 park ticket that doesn't expire for 3 years. So you can use each day whenever you want.
do you have to go into the store to find this? it's not online.....
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When I did the math for 2 adults 2 children for 3 days, AAA came in cheaper than UT. 3 day park to park was $16 cheaper with AAA and only $8 cheaper with UT. It didn't seem like a big bargain to me
3 day park to park on the AAA site is $152.99 plus $2.15 processing fee for adults and $140.00 plus $2.15 for kids

3 day park to park on the undercovertourist site is $149.95 and $139.95 with no fees.


http://secure.universalstudios.com/w...=1349360315493


Perhaps your AAA has different prices?

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no,it's not very slick,it adds $16 per ticket,which brinngs total for ticket to 160 each.....I think AAA is cheaper if you need only 2 days.....
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do you have to go into the store to find this? it's not online.....

Yes, it is an instore ticket. Many people look for it online so that is why I said it was an "instore" ticket and unfortunately it doesn't seem to be available at every store.
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3 day park to park on the AAA site is $152.99 plus $2.15 processing fee for adults and $140.00 plus $2.15 for kids

3 day park to park on the undercovertourist site is $149.95 and $139.95 with not fees.


Perhaps your AAA has different prices?
I see a decent price on 2 day tix at AAA , Do I actually have to live in that area (south) to order online and print? it's not a FL res. special......
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but you know what? pp is right,UT is an upfront charge, the AAA tix add hefty fees/tax at the end....

UT is also cheaper than that travelzoo 'deal'
Is this the best we can expect for ticket prices? I haven't been in a few years,so I'm curious to know if there are any better finds out there.....(last time we went we had 99 annual passes,used them for 2 'years' )
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I see a decent price on 2 day tix at AAA , Do I actually have to live in that area (south) to order online and print? it's not a FL res. special......
I think this is the AAA site for Universal tickets for all AAA and CAA.

http://secure.universalstudios.com/w...=1349360857628

Try calling your AAA office and see if they have anything cheaper.
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Yes, it is an instore ticket. Many people look for it online so that is why I said it was an "instore" ticket and unfortunately it doesn't seem to be available at every store.
IF I call my local stores, will they tell me if it's available? do you know the price on this ticket? thanks
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