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Best way to get the lowest prices on Disney Orlando tickets

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I am looking for the Best way to get the lowest prices on Disney Orlando tickets

I found the below site in an ad not sure if it is legit ideally would like to get a hopper pass but not mandatory to get the hopper pass.

http://www.orlandoparkdeals.com/

The above is what I found in an ad not sure if anyone has used or knows of a better method to all this.
 

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If you are a member of AAA you can buy tickets to Disney and Universal. Also many other attractions at a discount.
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I am looking for the Best way to get the lowest prices on Disney Orlando tickets

I found the below site in an ad not sure if it is legit ideally would like to get a hopper pass but not mandatory to get the hopper pass.

http://www.orlandoparkdeals.com/

The above is what I found in an ad not sure if anyone has used or knows of a better method to all this.

Did you read the fine print?

Qualified participants are individuals between the ages of 28-65 who must attend a 90-minute discovery tour and sales presentation of an Orlando Resort.
and
THIS ADVERTISING MATERIAL IS BEING USED FOR THE PURPOSE OF SOLICITING TIMESHARE SALES.

This is a timeshare sales pitch. If you want to waste a half day of your vacation (90 min? Ha!), go for it. Otherwise, there really isn't big discounts on Disneyworld tickets. Places like AAA, etc. will give you some discount, but don't expect much.

Kurt
 

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The historic deal was to buy more than you need and then buy no expiration.

She'll out now for a 10 day park hopper with 10 days of water parks and no expiration and use it for the next however many visits.

Not sure they sell them now.
 

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thanks to all the posters and now that i think about it I like the idea of buying a 10 day pass that doesnt expire will cost lots up front but im all about buying in bulk and saving.
 

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Hi,
Disney does not sell non-expiring tickets any more.
Undercover tourist is a good site and can save you a bit.
Two trips just less than a year apart makes an annual pass a good idea.
Pam
 

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I am looking for the Best way to get the lowest prices on Disney Orlando tickets

I found the below site in an ad not sure if it is legit ideally would like to get a hopper pass but not mandatory to get the hopper pass.

http://www.orlandoparkdeals.com/

The above is what I found in an ad not sure if anyone has used or knows of a better method to all this.

I know this is a pretty thin discount, but I've been buying $150 packs of Disney gift cards for $142 on Sams Club website. Then I go on DisneyGiftCard.com and combine the values onto a single card for convenience, and because if you end up buying them online, you can only apply two cards to a purchase. You can have up to $1K on each card, and though it wouldn't come close to applying to me, I think I read you can have up to 5 cards registered on your account.

Use the card to buy the tix from Disney. That's a 5% discount vs 2%-3% I've seen on legitimate discount sellers. I don't know how much AAA discounts tix.

If I were going to Orlando, I wouldn't be above investing a half day in a sales pitch for a good discount.
 

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I have used www.undercovertourist.com several times. If you subscribe to mouse savers.com they usually have a link to undercover tourist with a little discount.

This is what I would recommend as well. UNLESS you know someone that works at IBM. If you do, ask them to send you a link to their employee discount page for Disney tickets. When we bought our tix for our trip, we saved about $65 by going through a IBM'er. That's $65 less than undercovertoursists MouseSavers discount, which is below the Disney direct price.

Just another note on this. My company also offers a company discount, but its not as good as undercovertourist. My IBM friend said they get a larger discount because they sponsor a bunch of attractions at Disney.
 
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