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Disney Tickets

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Disney Tickets


I am getting numerous offers and disney "tips" from websites to buy tickets on undercover tourist. Is that a legitimate way of buying them? I just wanted to make sure before spending the money and finding out that the tickets aren't honored. Thanks!

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1. Re: Disney Tickets

Yes but you may want to look at parksavers.com as well. Those are the two best discounters for Disney tickets. A google search should give you lots of positive reviews for both of them. I’d compare and then just go with who has best price for what you want.

Houston, Texas
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2. Re: Disney Tickets

If going for a few days I prefer to buy the combo passes thru disney site.

sugar land, texas
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3. Re: Disney Tickets

I buy direct with Disney.

I did buy thru Southwest Vacations once and I believe thru Expedia.

One or the other of those, I had to pick them up st the will call window.

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4. Re: Disney Tickets

Undercovertourist are totally reputable and loads of people use them. You will be sent real tickets, not vouchers.

There are, of course, other sites you could also look at, including buying from Disney direct, but if UCT have a small discount or offer on, then it would be daft not to use it.

Ventnor City, New...
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5. Re: Disney Tickets

Yes, totally legitimate. In fact, they are authorized by Disney itself to sell Disney tickets.

But if you're buying 1-day or 2-day tickets, don't bother. Even UCT itself says their "small" tickets are more expensive than through Disney directly

Gurnee, Illinois
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6. Re: Disney Tickets

I find the easiest way to save a few bucks is to buy Disney gift cards at Sams Club for a slight discount. Sams has both $500 and $150 cards. You can combine cards up to $1000 on disneygiftcard.com By doing this you can buy tickets directly from Disney's website and get any offers they have.

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7. Re: Disney Tickets

Thanks a lot! Yes, UCT is slightly cheaper than Disney's website so I wanted to check. I will check out sam's club as well.

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8. Re: Disney Tickets

If you have some time, sign up for the newsletter at www.mousesavers.com and you'll get a link for even more savings on tickets from undercovertourist

Dallas, Texas
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for Boston, Orlando, Walt Disney World
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9. Re: Disney Tickets

We use Undercover Tourist and Disney sites only too purchase our tickets.

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