Discounted Disney Tickets

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  1. yitbos96bb

    yitbos96bb DIS Veteran

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    Can anyone suggest some good places online to buy discounted Disney tickets? I know there isn't a significant discount, but I'm looking for some of the best ones offered as well as reputable.
     
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  3. aka-mad4themouse

    aka-mad4themouse <font color="blue">Budget Board Co-Host</font>

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    Many on the DIS will recommend undercovertourist.com . If you sign up for the Mousesavers.com email newsletter, you'll find a link in it for an additional discount.

    I've also had luck going through tickemania.com . They were always good at getting my passes to me quickly and I never had a problem with the passes.

    I've also used discountorlandovacations.com with success.

    And I've noticed that allears.net's sponsor kgstickets.com is offering allears readers tickets at the old prices until 8/14 if you click thru the link on Deb's pages.

    It really comes down to who is running a special on the tickets that you want to buy. Most of them will be within a couple of dollars of each other. Just make sure that whoever you buy from is including tax & shipping costs in the total. You'd be surprised at how much of a difference it makes.
     
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  5. Mrs D

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    Undercover tourist with the mousesavers link is the best I have found when looking. I've used them 2x and have received excellent service!
     
  6. loveswdw

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    Undercovertourist.com with the MouseSavers link offers the cheapest prices. Their prices include tax & shipping. A lot of the other sites don't include those in the initial price so you think you are getting a deal.

    I've also used ticketmania in the past. They were good too. Just not as cheap as UT any more. :)
     
  7. MyMuse

    MyMuse From here...to there!

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    I bought mine from AAA. I checked all around and compared it and AAA had the best price for a 5 day hopper.

    They also have a preferred parking pass, so it really sealed the deal for me as I'm staying off-side this time. :goodvibes
     
  8. CarolinaMomOf3boys

    CarolinaMomOf3boys I stepped onto the grass on the other side; it was

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    AAA, just picked up our tickets....5 adult tickets for 7 days for just over $1000, that beat the special disney is offering with their buy 6 days get one day free offer :goodvibes
     
  9. yitbos96bb

    yitbos96bb DIS Veteran

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    Thanks Everyone! We will be on property (SO STOKED to stay at BLT and then move to a Boardwalk View Studio for F and W... couldn't believe I got both, especially BW during F and W), so parking isn't needed, but I would like a few dollars more for things... I'll check UT and AAA and see which has the better pricing!
     
  10. PoohHappens

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    We have used UT and loved them. The even have a return policy--there is a restocking fee, but compared to loosing the entire cost of the ticket no big deal. We also were very pleased as they called us to verify the purchase, my mom purchased the tickets but shipped to us. Since the billing and shipping did not match they wanted to verify she had made the purchase. They also then sent the tickets a quicker method but did not charge us as they held the tickets an extra day to verify the purchase. Good customer service. Not an enormouse savings, but after 8 tickets it really added up.
     
  11. SaraJayne

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    Undercover Tourist. :thumbsup2
     
  12. yitbos96bb

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    I called AAA... For some reason, ours only offers 4 and 5 day park hoppers at $280, although she said their pricing still reflects 2009 pricing. UT is 285.95 for the 6 day and thats without clicking the Mousesavers link. I think the extra $12 is worth it for the extra day guarentee.
     
  13. aka-mad4themouse

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    I think that you'll find that AAA prices and tickets availability varies according to region. In fact, you may even find that the types of passes differ from one office to the next. My own experience with AAA MidAtlantic is that their prices and selection are not competitive with the online ticket sellers.
     
  14. MyMuse

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    My 5 day park hopper with AAA-North NJ was $277, with a preferred parking pass included. According to their website, the office has yet to update any pricing.

    Another bonus is having the ticket right there and then. I think you may be able to call other clubs as well. My local has 3 - 7 day tickets, at all levels.
     
  15. kaliope

    kaliope Earning My Ears

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    Undercovertourist through the mousesaver link is the best i've found, HTH!:thumbsup2
     
  16. yitbos96bb

    yitbos96bb DIS Veteran

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    $3 isn't worth my time to call around about... plus I'm DVC and won't have a car so the parking won't help me :-) Oh well... I'll wait until the 15th for the next mousesavers email... I just signed up... so I'll see what the UT price from Mousesavers is.
     
  17. brios86

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    I beleve its only a couple dollars cheaper, like $3 or less
     
  18. MyDizneyBoyz

    MyDizneyBoyz Me and my Disney Lovin' Boys!

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    Using the Mousesavers link, these are the prices at Undercover Tourist so you can decide if you want to wait for the Mousesavers newsletter:

    4 day Park Hopper: $258.95
    5 or 6 day Park Hopper (5 plus 1 day free or a 6 day are same price): $265.95

    We're part of AAA-Mid Atlantic and their prices are not competitve when it comes to Disney tickets. I haven't found a better price than using the Mousesavers link to UT and I look every year. Every little bit helps!
     
  19. pooh2001

    pooh2001 been there, done that, TRYING to go back

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    Undercover tourst - even called WDW with the codes on the back of the tickets- all were valid and good ! :goodvibes:thumbsup2:thumbsup2
     
  20. that's nice

    that's nice DIS Dad #330

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    We just received tickets from Undercover Tourist. This is our third time using them. The tax and shipping is included in their prices. We also used the link from the Mousesavers news letter. You won't find any better prices for tickets anywhere. We are very happy with UT, and will be using them in the future as well! :thumbsup2:thumbsup2
     
  21. MyMuse

    MyMuse From here...to there!

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    I would have used UT but they do not carry plain ol' 5 day park hoppers. :sad2:
     

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