Touring Plans Ticket Finder

Beckyb3

Mouseketeer
Joined
Dec 30, 2015
I am looking at the options on Touring Plans for tickets for my dates (Aug 21 through Aug 26) but when I click on the links the prices I get are different then what shows up. Am I doing something wrong? Historically I have used ****************** for tickets but I am open to trying a different place if it a reputable reseller. Boardwalk tickets is coming up as the cheapest on TP.

Also, apologies if this post is not allowed. I did a search and it seemed both companies have been mentioned so hopefully I am not breaking any forum rules.
 

Tom_E_D

Mouseketeer
Joined
Jun 22, 2020
You don't say what ticket choice you're buying. When I looked for 4-day base tickets for your dates, Touring Plans says that Boardwalk Ticketing is the cheapest at $410. When I go to Boardwalk Ticketing and look for 4-day base tickets starting August 21, it says they cost $410. That looks consistent to me.

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Edit to add: Boardwalk Ticketing does not know the choices you made when doing your Touring Plans search. Be sure to choose the same tickets and starting date.
 
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Heather07438

WDW Apprentice
Joined
Oct 20, 2015
Don’t forget about the tax. TP shows the total price including tax.

We used BW for our tickets in Jan and again for upcoming Sept trip. $10 cheaper than the next best option. Plus we were able to save $5 more by moving our first day of use date back 2 days. It doesn’t always help to play with dates but can if you’re able to cut weekend days out of range of use (and you know definitely won’t be using the ticket those days). Adding hopper on our 6 day ticket was $75 through Boardwalk ticketing, would’ve been $91 thru WDW (both numbers include tax). Saved us a decent amount overall!
 

Beckyb3

Mouseketeer
Joined
Dec 30, 2015
Oh we are buying a three day park hopper. I need to try playing around with the start dates. I think it might work better for me for Universal than Disney though.
 

lanejudy

Moderator
Moderator
Joined
Oct 27, 2011
Oh we are buying a three day park hopper. I need to try playing around with the start dates. I think it might work better for me for Universal than Disney though.
You won't have a lot of wiggle room for 3-day tickets at WDW. Those have a 5-day use window. So a ticket that starts 8/21 is only valid through 8/25. If you have 3 consecutive days planned at WDW parks, you'll be fine. But a 3-day ticket doesn't include both ends of your visit.
 

VeronicaZS

Mouseketeer
Joined
Mar 23, 2016
If you have AAA also check the prices on their website. I recently found them to be cheaper than the resellers listed on the touring plans tool.
 


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