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1:22 pm
January 11, 2011


Jason@LiveRealNow

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A good friend of mine is going to Disney World at the end of the month and is looking for cheap tickets.   Since my Google-FU is crazy-strong, I said I'd help, but…I'm a failure.   There's more spam out there for disney tickets than there would be if I was searching for free samples of explicit coed viagra enhancements.  

Does anyone know of a good place to save money on Disney tickets?   Help me keep my reputation for being the Google-Fu Master, please.

6:39 pm
January 11, 2011


Glen Craig

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Here's a great resource I found (ahem..wrote): http://freefrombroke.com/2008/…..ies-9.html

 

Your frined wants to sign up for the mousesavers newsletter.  They have all the inside info as well as the discounts that are going on.  They can even help on when to buy tickets.

 

Through mousesavers, we got a code for a further discounts for tix at Undercover Tourist.  Much less than the standard fees.

 

Do the research and make sure you know what you actually want to do and visit before you buy your tix.  Match your tix with what you are really going to do and with the type of person you will be there (one park per day, multiple parks/day, water park, all parks or just a couple, etc…)

6:38 am
January 12, 2011


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+1 for Mousesavers & undercover tourist.

 

If you have any type of employer discount system (ticketsatwork sort of thing) I have found them to be the cheapest.

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6:39 am
January 12, 2011


Jason@LiveRealNow

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Craig – Free From Broke said:

Here's a great resource I found (ahem..wrote): http://freefrombroke.com/2008/…..ies-9.html

 

Your frined wants to sign up for the mousesavers newsletter.  They have all the inside info as well as the discounts that are going on.  They can even help on when to buy tickets.

 

Through mousesavers, we got a code for a further discounts for tix at Undercover Tourist.  Much less than the standard fees.

 

Do the research and make sure you know what you actually want to do and visit before you buy your tix.  Match your tix with what you are really going to do and with the type of person you will be there (one park per day, multiple parks/day, water park, all parks or just a couple, etc…)



Thanks.   I just sent your link to my friend..

6:02 pm
February 5, 2011


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Thanks for the tips!  I have bookmarked those sites so when we are out of debt, we can plan a vacation!Laugh

2:59 am
February 18, 2011


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