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Disney World Tickets 5 days for price of 4

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Undercovertourist has these tickets https://www.undercovertourist.com...ld-resort/
5 Days for the price of 4 -- Magic Your Way Base $349 Tax inc. (Disney is $362.10 + 6 1/2% tax)
Park Hopper is $413 ($435.59 + 6 1/2% tax)

I don't know whether the sale is ending soon or if it's something they do often. They also have Universal tickets 3 days for the price of 2.
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Last Edited by acegolfer March 31, 2016 at 07:32 AM
If you are looking for great deals for Disney, check out:

http://www.mousesavers.com/

I live in Tampa and have a three year old, so I do Disney often. Here are my best tips:

1. Download the Disney Park App. It has a lot of things on it to make the most of your trip, pick which rides you are going to use, etc.
2. Undercovertourist is awesome. Get your tickets there if you can't take advantage of getting FL Resident passes.
3. Do Disney Springs one day. It's a free Disney area (Used to be called Downtown Disney). They are remodeling it right now, so you might have some construction, but there's a lot to see and do there that is Disney related without the cost of admission.
4. Get familiar with the park you're visiting. Map out what you'll do and the order you'll do it. Nothing is worse than paying for a Disney park, have it be crowded, and have you spend 1/2 your day figuring out what is where.
5. For hotels, go to www.bookvip.com. Yes, you'll have to sit through a timeshare presentation at the hotel you stay at for 90 minutes, but you'll save a ton on the hotel itself. Sometimes they even run deals that will throw in a couple of Disney tickets with it and the resorts are generally pretty nice.
6. For food/other things to do besides parks, buy an Orlando discount coupon book online/ebay before you go. It will save you a bunch.
7. For souvenirs, don't buy them at the park - you can either go to Walmart near the parks (they have a lot of the same items in the parks for much less) or you can go to the Orlando Outlet Malls and go to a Disney outlet with similar results.

Hope this helps someone!

If you don't mind me adding a few more,
8. Best place to watch Epcot fireworks (IllumiNation) for free without crowds: https://www.google.com/maps/place...c6bca88c4e. To get there, park free at Boardwalk lot, and take the free boat(ferry) from Boardwalk (which has good restaurants and street performers). You can even sit in the beach right north of it for more relaxed feeling.
9. A great place to watch the Magic Kingdom parades without crowds: The west end of main street station platform (not the crowded 2nd fl viewing area). Last time, nobody was watching from there except for the station manager.

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I don't know about the Disney tickets, but the 3 for 2 day tickets for universal undercovertourist has had for over a year. There is one that expires in may, that is a little cheaper. I love undercovertourist, but these are their normal prices.
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^Agree, these are their normal prices. I can't think of a time when Undercover Tourist was not offering an extra day for free.
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Disney World is expensive and a pretty crappy experience as far as amusement parks go. I'd rather spend that money at Six Flags (NJ) or Cedar Point. If you're taking kids to Disney, they won't even remember the trip, I sure don't. A cruise probably has a higher enjoyment-to-cost ratio.
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My interest was in the Disney tickets. I'm at that "just looking" stage and thought it looked like a good deal. If anyone knows whether I am apt to find the same price or less on a fairly regular basis, please let me know where to look.

Thanks
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Disney World is expensive and a pretty crappy experience as far a amusement parks go. I'd rather spend that money at Six Flags or Cedar Point. If you're taking kids to Disney, they won't even remember the trip, I sure don't. A cruise probably has a higher enjoyment-to-cost ratio.
Your life sounds sad to me.
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Your life sounds sad to me.
Nothing sad about $350 in your pocket Cinderella. Did you forget what site you're on? Ain't nothing slick about that price. LMAOLMAOLMAO
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My interest was in the Disney tickets. I'm at that "just looking" stage and thought it looked like a good deal. If anyone knows whether I am apt to find the same price or less on a fairly regular basis, please let me know where to look.

Thanks
While these do look like the normal deal on the site, you can't do much better. Disney charges a premium and doesn't have a lot of avenues for getting any better of a deal because their demand is so high. The best deal I could find when we planned our Disneyland trip (and I saw the same deal for Disney World) was through Tickets at Work or Wild at Work (can't tell if they're the same company or competitors). The deal at the time was a little better than this , but your employer has to participate in the program so ymmv. Also AAA usually offers a discount but I bet it's the same as undercover tourist.
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Nothing sad about $350 in your pocket friend. Did you forget what site you're on? Ain't nothing slick about that price. LMAOLMAOLMAO
I love getting deals and I'd love paying less for the Disney experience but when a brand offers a product or service that is so superior to any of its competitors, I recognize that a slick deal may not be possible. I'm not going to miss out on a life experience like a Disney vacation because I refuse to pay a premium, I'm just going to save for it and do it less often. I've done Six Flags, Knotts Berry Farm, Universal and they're fine, and I'll tack them on to my Disney vacation, but there is no adequate substitute for a Disney park and they can pretty much take my money as long as they maintain this level of quality at their destinations.
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I love getting deals and I'd love paying less for the Disney experience but when a brand offers a product or service that is so superior to any of its competitors, I recognize that a slick deal may not be possible. I'm not going to miss out on a life experience like a Disney vacation because I refuse to pay a premium, I'm just going to save for it and do it less often. I've done Six Flags, Knotts Berry Farm, Universal and they're fine, and I'll tack them on to my Disney vacation, but there is no adequate substitute for a Disney park and they can pretty much take my money as long as they maintain this level of quality at their destinations.
Sounds like a pretty sad life that Disney is your peak measure of amusement.
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if you don't like Disney you are doing it wrong...... if you aren't saving money on more than just tix when going to Disney your deal game is slipping or u forgot Google exists
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Sounds like a pretty sad life that Disney is your peak measure of amusement.
You just said you like Six Flags better than a Disney park, so forgive me for not valuing your opinion. Understand that you are in the minority as 9 of the top 10 most visited theme parks in the world are Disney parks.
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I don't know about the Disney tickets, but the 3 for 2 day tickets for universal undercovertourist has had for over a year. There is one that expires in may, that is a little cheaper. I love undercovertourist, but these are their normal prices.
This is the first I've heard of this site....planning on going to Disney World in September (already put a deposit down on renting a house). This is all 100% legit and no worries?

In your opinion, should I buy now for September or wait for some reason?

Thanks in advance.
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if you don't like Disney you are doing it wrong...... if you aren't saving money on more than just tix when going to Disney your deal game is slipping or u forgot Google exists
I feel confident in my google-fu but do you have any insight or advice for a first time Disney visitor. Going with the wife and three kids...
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