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New News Article about re-selling MultiDay Theme Park Ticket

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New News Article about re-selling MultiDay Theme Park Ticket

orlandosentinel.com/news/…1030212.story

Plain and simple, there are PLENTY of legal places to buy tickets.

A popular one is the actual park's websites. Similar to what Hotel websites are doing, since they don't have to pay a fee to a third party, they offer the tickets at normally the lowest price available to the mass public.

Of course, you have plenty of Authorized Ticket Agents, including many online Travel Agents and traditional Brick and Mortar Travel Agents.

And of course, you can find some great deals using coupons and other special offers, a good website to check out the best current deals available is www.MouseSavers.com

But when someone wants to "rent" you a ticket for a day, and requires it to be brought back to the original location, that is against the park rules, and if caught, you can lose your ticket, and whatever you paid for them. These are "shady" business and IMHO, not worth dealing with.

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1. Re: New News Article about re-selling MultiDay Theme Park Ticket

I thought they had biometric scans now for the tickets?

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2. Re: New News Article about re-selling MultiDay Theme Park Ticket

no, disneyland does not have biometric scanners.

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3. Re: New News Article about re-selling MultiDay Theme Park Ticket

With the $99 three day friend of a Vet pass, you had to figure that would follow

4. Re: New News Article about re-selling MultiDay Theme Park Ticket

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