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does anyone know of reputable ticket places that have specials on disney tickets? I ask because my husband was wanting to know for his cousin whos visiting. Since i know that everyone here is in the know I thought id ask here
There is this site. But you have to be a member based on either your union, or a business that you work for being a member. I have an account from my hospital job, but I've never actually bought tickets from them. Check with your employers to see if they are connected so you can create an account. The discounts aren't that great there, but you do save a bit.
** Just checked and a 4 day adult park hopper is $245 there. Not a huge saving, but every little bit helps. You don't however get the $50 gift card like with Costco, so if you are a Costco member or know one that would be a better deal.
BTW I'm told you need to activate the ticket at the turnsyle first, then go to the booth to upgrade it. <br><br>doesn't it say on the paperwork when you buy it what the upgrade value is? I know in the past there was an $8 service charge that is basically Costco's profit that was also deducted from the upgrade value. I remember many being perturbed by this little surprise on past forums.