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  • [Question] Park Saver.com

    Has anyone purchased tickets through **********.com? They seem legitimate .. but I'm super nervous. Still... saving $36 on tickets sounds worth the effort. Thoughts?
    Last edited by MickeyMaxx; 06-28-2014, 12:20 AM.

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    Re: Park Saver.com

    Almost any site that offers a price lower than the price ticket at Disneyland is a scam. If it's not affiliated with Walt Disney company and it sells the ticket for a lower price then don't trust it. Just because their website looks nice doesn't mean its legit. I wouldn't trust it

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      Re: Park Saver.com

      With no disrespect intended towards the OP, buying and using tickets you find on the internet may save you money, but the use of those tickets may violate Disney's terms of use for them, and as mentioned above, you never know if you are dealing with an honest person or not.

      While we understand the desire to discuss this topic and we all want to get the best prices, we urge you to deal with Disney or a licensed ticket broker only. Since we are all about playing by the rules on MiceChat, this is a subject that we just don't discuss, because it invariably leads to posts extolling variations on reusing Disney tickets or other schemes.

      Thanks for your understanding.

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