Disney tickets, where to buy?

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  1. theminx08

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    Hi, Has anyone use a company called American Attractions to buy Disney tickets? I've used undercover tourist before but they are not offering 14 day tickets. Thank you x
     
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  3. Magic Megadegs

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    I've not used them but a couple of people recommended them and attraction tix the other day when talking about Universal tickets (you can probably still find the thread).

    I'm not an expert but I do believe there are some differences between the ticket types eg hopper or not etc. if may be worth looking at the .co.uk WDW site and reading up on what they sell and comparing on that basis.

    I've only ever bought direct from Disney so can't comment but good luck xxx
     
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    If you want them for this year, the WDTC has Ultimates for £255 per adult. With 2% cashback through Quidco, that brings the price down to just over £250 :thumbsup2
     
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    There are no differences in the UK tickets, only duration. It is the Magic Your Way tickets that have the additional hopping, water park etc. add-ons.
     
  6. theminx08

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    Thanks Guys x x
     
  7. Lisa x

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    I have just bought our 14 day ultimate tickets from Orlando Ticket Deals, have used them a few times and they send actual tickets.

    We got ours for £248 per adult.

    They were a few pound more online but they price match and Disney were cheaper so they matched them. Disney have e tickets which are not a problem, I just like to see my tickets to get me in the mood (not that I need help with that ha)

    Have also used American Attractions with no problems! :)
     

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