Question: Where Can I Buy Cheap Disney Park Tickets?
Answer: There’s no doubt that while a Disney vacation may be your preference for time away, it can be expensive. So, are there places to save money on tickets? Yes, but be wise. Only Authorized Ticket Sellers will sell you legitimate tickets. There’s not much that could be worse than showing up to a park gate, cheap ticket in hand, only to find that it’s not valid. Then you’ve not only not saved money, you’ve wayyyy overspent. Authorized sellers will not only save you some money, but those tickets will be FastPass+ enabled, so you’ll be all set to plan out your FastPasses before arriving at the park.
One important thing to know is that Disney will not allow authorized ticket sellers to discount one-day park tickets. If you’re trying to save a few dollars on a one-day ticket, it’s just not going to happen. If you buy a 1-day park hopper ticket from Walt Disney World, you’ll pay $142.71. If you buy from an authorized ticket seller, your cost will be a minimum of $147.70.
Who are the authorized ticket sellers? Undercover Tourist, Park Savers, and Official Ticket Center. All of these sellers have great discounts,are reliable, and will sell you RFID, FastPass+ enabled card tickets. You can buy Magic Bands if you would like, and link your tickets to those bands.
We all want to save money, but the safest way to do that in terms of Disney tickets is to always and only buy from authorized ticket sellers. Have you used any of the sellers above? Did you have a good experience? Any tips you’d like to offer? I’d love to hear them!
I’m Jeri and I’m a Disney Addict! I’m also an independent travel agent with World of Magic Travel Services, the preferred travel agency of ChipandCo and Disney Addicts. If you’d like help finding the best value for your next magical vacation, contact me for a free price quote at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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