Cheapest Place to buy Disney tickets.

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  1. tinkerbellgirl93

    tinkerbellgirl93 Hottie with a Body a Cutie with a Booty!

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    Where is the cheapest place to buy Disney tickets? Where are they the cheapest?
     
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  3. ilovecountry

    ilovecountry seeing isn't believing, believing is seeing

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    Undercovertourist.com is pretty much the best deal I believe you can find.
     
  4. carissanboys

    carissanboys DIS Veteran

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    That's what I've found as well. I know you can get a good discount through AAA if you have a membership.
     
  5. Dedejf

    Dedejf Have loved Disney for thirty years!

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    Use Undercover Tourist through Mousesavers.com and subscribe to their newsletter for the best deal in my opinion. There will be a link to click on in the newsletter which you should use to get the extra discount. Free shipping, too, if you have a little time available before your trip.:banana: :cool1: :woohoo: :cloud9: :yay:
     
  6. tinkerbellgirl93

    tinkerbellgirl93 Hottie with a Body a Cutie with a Booty!

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    Actually, I compared undercovertourist.com with dreamsunlimitedtravel.com, and the dreams unlimited tickets are cheaper than the Undercover Tourist tickets. The Undercover Tourist tickets are actually more expensive than the gate price! I'm going for the 10-day or the 10-day Park Hopper tickets. Check it out for yourself if you don't believe me.
     
  7. Goofy4Disney!

    Goofy4Disney! DIS Veteran

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    Does anyone know how much it will be to upgrade one day base tickets to 5 day park hoppers? I got the base tickets to get the package and figured I'd upgrade once I got there.
     
  8. Dedejf

    Dedejf Have loved Disney for thirty years!

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    Well, I guess it depends on what sort of tickets and for what length of time you want when all is said and done. I checked both UT and DUT sites and for what I wanted, UT worked out the best for me. I wanted four days (but I got two free so I now have six days!!) no park hopping and the type that expire. UT was cheaper once I figured in the free shipping with UT and that got me two free days admission too so I was sold. To each their own! Do what works best for you in the end when it comes to watching the budget. :wizard: :love: :) :cutie: :cool2: :cloud9: :woohoo: :yay:
     
  9. toledo13

    toledo13 A dream is a wish your heart makes.

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    We just bought our tickets from UT through mousesavers.com newsletter. Thinking, well shoot, I checked out dreamsunlimited. PHEW, the price is the same for what we wanted- 6 day park hopper. I wasn't informed of dreamsunlimited... I'll be checking them out too the next time! Thanks for the tip! :thumbsup2
     
  10. georgeat

    georgeat Mouseketeer

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    Do not see where DU is cheaper than undercovertourist. All DU prices DO NOT include tax and UT prices do and free shipping. If Mousesavers finds a cheaper price everyone will know
     
  11. motofox4

    motofox4 DIS Veteran

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    i agree - DU is not cheaper, they do not include tax or shipping which brings the price up quite a bit. the prices you see on UT are what you get - no added fees. i've used UT in the past and will continue to do so in the future. :thumbsup2
     
  12. sue

    sue love my DVC

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    We are AAA members and I am soooo getting our hopper passes through them. WDW charges $1009 for 4 adult 3 day hopper passes. I can get 4 adult 5( yes FIVE) day hopper passes for $1008.00 Quite a savings for 2 extra days!!!! It will free us up to leave the parks during the heat of the day and then come back in the evening for some fireworks:)
     
  13. Mickdeb

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    Wow, our AAA charges $300.00 plus shipping for adult 5 day hoppers:confused3.
    We are using UC and getting 6 day hoppers for $248.95 with free shipping:banana:

    Deb:wizard:
     
  14. sue

    sue love my DVC

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    This figure is for all four adults. So, the grand total for 4 adults, each with a 5 day hopper pass. A total of four tickets.
     
  15. Mickdeb

    Mickdeb DIS Veteran

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    Yes, I understand. It would cost $1200 for four adults 5dayhoppers from my AAA in SE New England, plus shipping. Our AAA quotes $300.00 per ticket (adult 5day hopper), and states it is a savings of over $20.00 off the gate price.
    Not sure which AAA site you are using, definitely a better deal than what the SE NEAAA site shows.

    Still in the end UC is even better with 6day adult hoppers for 248.95 shipped:banana:

    Deb
     
  16. ebruce

    ebruce Earning My Ears

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    Be aware the the tickets through the AAA SNE site are NO EXPIRATION tickets. The tickets you are purchasing though UC expire 14 days after first use.

    This puts the AAA tickets right about in line with the UC ticket prices for NO EXPIRATION tickets.
     
  17. Mickdeb

    Mickdeb DIS Veteran

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    That's it! Thanks ebruce:thumbsup2
    It's the cost for no expiration!
    Deb:wizard:
     

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