Undercover Tourist Help

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  1. T16GEM

    T16GEM <font color=blue>I must have a funnel cake when I'

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    I'm just trying to order our tickets with Undercover Tourist, does anyone know if the Magic Your Way 10 Day water park and more (fun days) are valid in 2010?

    There is nothing on their site to say that there is a difference in price for 2009 and 2010? Just wondered if anyone knew?
     
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  3. buzz for boys

    buzz for boys <font color=royalblue><marquee>Certified Serious S

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    Think they are valid Gem because we asked them the same question last year !! MYW tickets are not date specific just expire 14 days after first use if you see what i mean !!
    Think its cheaper to buy the 14 day ultimate ticket though and im sure that includes the water parks and disneyquest .
    Hope that helps gems x x x
     
  4. scottishgirl87

    scottishgirl87 DIS Veteran

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    I purchased my MYW tickets from Orlando Attractions, have you tried them? They worked out slightly cheaper than Undercover Tourist for me. However, I did order my FlexTicket Plus's from UT, have to say great service :thumbsup2 Mine are for use next year and they don't have a date on them.

    However, just to assure you, their FAQ contains the following:
    And:
    Hope this helps :)
     
  5. T16GEM

    T16GEM <font color=blue>I must have a funnel cake when I'

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    thanks!!


    The 10 day magic your way works out at £180 ish and the Ultimate is £220 (i think) we won't use anymore than 8 days I don't think, and it includes the water parks and disney quest.
     
  6. wayneg

    wayneg Moderator Moderator

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    Main difference is the with the Ultimate you can hop, with the MYW you can't unless you pay the extra which brings it upto exactly same price as a 14 day Ultimate, £209 at American Attractions http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=2326628

    If you are definitely not going to hop the 10 day MYW with fun days looks the best option.
     
  7. T16GEM

    T16GEM <font color=blue>I must have a funnel cake when I'

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    DH and I have discussed our previous trips and we haven't hopped since we had the kids, it's too much of a palava to get them and buggies etc from one park to another and usually in January the parks aren't open late, I think the latest is 9pm for Epcot's Illuminations of Earth.

    Fun days will be great to go to to a water park in the AM and then go shopping when the sun goes off for the day :)
     
  8. scottishgirl87

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    We paid roughly £175 each for our 10 Day MYW ticket with Hopper option. I felt the MYW tickets suited us better as we could tailor them to what we wanted. There's no way we'd do 14 days at Disney, we were just gonna get a 7 day ticket but the 10 day was roughly £5 more so just incase we change our mind for the sake of a fiver we went with it. As well for us, we most likely won't visit the Disney waterparks. No point paying for extras we aren't gonna use!

    I definitely think the MYW tickets are great if you're not all about Disney like us.
     
  9. T16GEM

    T16GEM <font color=blue>I must have a funnel cake when I'

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    That's what we thought! it was an extra £3 or something so we thought we might as well - even if it's just so that DD can have an extra go on the carousel or something one morning! :rotfl:

    We've got 3 month passes for Universal and 14 day passes for Sea World, Busch and Aquatica so I don't think we will be stuck for things to do anyway! :laughing:

    I can't wait!!!!!!! :cool1:
     

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