Mousesavers/Undercover Tourist Discount

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  1. DisneyToddlers

    DisneyToddlers Mouseketeer

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    Hi, I receive the mousesavers newsletter and have purchased Disney Tickets through Undercover tourist before. The Undercover tourist newsletter says there is a discount code in the monthey newletters, but I looked at the last few and I can't find a code. Can someone point me in the right direction please?
     
  2. StitchandPooh'sMom

    StitchandPooh'sMom DIS Veteran

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    I don't think there is a code - I think you just need to click the link in the newsletter. I haven't bought tickets in a couple of years, so it is possible it has changed from what I remember.
     
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  4. scard192

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    not sure where the code might be but someone posted on another thread in the last few weeks that the additional discount was about $1 per ticket.
     
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  5. miztressuz

    miztressuz DIS Veteran

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    Yep still a link in the newsletter. And from what I recall the last time I bought tickets, I concur with @scard192 it was only a dollar or two discount. I think the most I've seen was $3 a ticket for Disney ones.
     
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  6. DisneyToddlers

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    Thanks all! Yes, now that jogs my memory that the link in the newsletter gives you the discount. When you say a dollar or two discount, do you mean on top of the Undercover tourist regular discount? Also, is there a better way to get a discount? Thank you!
     
  7. kydisneyfans

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    Sometimes it pays to go through any discount program your employer may have. I work for a hospital chain and they use perks at work. The ticket prices look cheaper but then you add the tax and UT is lower. Another family member has a program through their employer that has amazing Disney discounts, better than UT. Parksavers is another option but they have been higher lately.

    4 of our last 5 ticket purchases have been through the UT link.
     
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  8. miztressuz

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    Correct, the mousesavers discount has only been a few dollars off the UT price. So if UT were selling a ticket for 313 you might get it for 311 through mousesavers, for the most part.

    UT is most consistent. Sometimes you'll find specials from other sites. I remember one from Visit Orlando when they had a 5 or 10% promo code that seemed to beat out UT. I think there was a thread for that one if you search here. If you have an AmEx card with offers, UT has had offers a few times for a statement credit you could stack. (like spend $100 at UT and get $20 back as a stmt credit, stuff like that)
     
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  9. petals

    petals Irish Princess because Cinderella said so!

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    Are the prices on under cover tourist before tax or with tax included?
     
  10. Friendlyadvice2

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    Tax inclusive; what you see is what you pay.
     
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