Ticket question

Discussion in 'Theme Parks Attractions and Strategies' started by rcgal2, Jan 11, 2017.

  1. rcgal2

    rcgal2 Mouseketeer

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    I apologize because I know it's been discussed here before but...other that Undercover Tourist, are there any other places to purchase discounted tickets? Thanks in advance for the help!
     
  2. CAS239

    CAS239 Disney Vet Squad ∞

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    Mouse savers I believe
     
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  4. Accident

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    Didn't someone post southwest once with an amazing deal that accidently was offered to anyone but now it's somethign you can buy with flights as a package?

    There are a lot of them, I just can't think of any off the top of my head except for the in person ones when your in the area.
     
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  5. Surr

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    We bought from Parksavers.com last year, they offered buy 4 days get 3 free with hoppers. We were able to upgrade to an annual pass while on site and apply the retail value of the tickets to the cost of the APs.
     
  6. chalee94

    chalee94 <font color=green>I thought all sand was ground up

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    They link to UT but don't sell tickets themselves.

    Maple leaf tickets is another authorized ticket dealer.
     
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  7. loves to dive

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    I've used Parksavers.com a couple of times for my son's tickets and we also upgraded to an AP for his this last trip. We didn't save a whole lot, maybe $30 when upgrading but every little bit counts.
     
  8. Shellyred8

    Shellyred8 I'd rather be at Disney

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    We have used parksavers.com, undercovertourist.com and ticketmomma.com. I usually scope out all three before I purchase because sometimes one of them will have a fantastic deal that the other's don't. And the one that was cheapest for our last trip might not be the cheapest this time.
     
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  9. Robo

    Robo 1971 Castle in the Hub: Your lights are on!

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    mapleleaftickets.com

    aaatravel.com
     
  10. supersnoop

    supersnoop What time is the three o'clock parade?

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    Orbitz. Expedia. Parksavers. Official ticket center. Maple leaf tickets. Southwest and United airlines had a special through their "activities" page.
     
  11. pooch

    pooch Still feeling special!!

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    I think I am correct that there are no discounts out there for a 1 day ticket? Heading down in a couple of months to visit DD and will only be hitting Epcot for Flower & Garden.
     
  12. Robo

    Robo 1971 Castle in the Hub: Your lights are on!

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    Correct.
     
  13. dbavis

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    officialticketcenter.com is a good source as well. i bought 10 day tickets in December and they were the cheapest i could find for those tickets.
     
  14. dmband

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    Cheaper then UT and others with the rare exception of a special that pops up here and there like the fairly recent parksavers one
     
  15. HopperFan

    HopperFan "It's a bug-eat-bug world out there, princess."

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    If your company offers TicketsAtWork they sometimes have great deals.
     
  16. dizzneebabe

    dizzneebabe SOME IMAGINATION!!!

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    If you have an American Express card, there is an added offer for Undercover Tourist: $20 credit back with $100 purchase. I don't know if it's for every card, though...we have a Gold.
     
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  17. rcgal2

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    Thanks everyone for all the help!
     
  18. PrincessArlena'sDad

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    Just to be complete, MWR offices on military bases offer discounts on magic your way tickets. If you have a DoD ID that says MWR on it, you are eligible for these (as opposed to the more restrictive salute tickets).

    These tickets, being tax free, are usually the best discount on regular tickets.
     

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