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How to Pay Less Than Full Price Disney Theme Park Ticket

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Regular price for one adult to get into any of the Disney World Theme Parks can cost more than $60. There are ways around paying full price to get in. Never purchase the ticket at the gate simply because you can get the tickets cheaper and you may be lucky enough to get a day for free.

Things You'll Need

  • Some Money
  • Internet
  • Willingness to sit through a seminar

Instructions

How to Pay Less than Full Price for a Disney Theme Park Ticket

  • 1. Go online to the Disney website. Most of the time there will be a good deal if you plan to stay for seven days. You will get a discounted ticket for each day for about $31.29 for an adult and it is cheaper for a child under nine years old.

  • 2. Go to Florida. Be sure to stay in a hotel or motel that is near Disney World. Walk around the area and you will find booths placed in lots where you can purchase discounted tickets. Sometimes a representative will stop you to be sure you have tickets to Disney World and if not, then you can purchase them for a discounted price.

  • 3. Look for promotions. These promotions may be online or they may be around town. Finding the right promotion can either get you in for free or paying very little to get into the Disney World theme parks.

  • 4. Agree to go to a time share seminar. Sometimes these are the people that will be stopping you on the street and asking you if you have tickets to Disney World. They will ask you several questions such as if you make more than $60, 000 a year. Even if you don't these people will ask you to say you do. You don't have to prove it. You also do not have to worry about losing any money to them. If you agree then you will meet at a specific time and place and you will listen to a two hour seminar.

  • 5. You will need to decide if you want to buy time share. You do not have to. You will still get your tickets. You will first need to sign paperwork that says you didn't want to buy time share property. Then they will give you tickets or you will purchase them for less than half the regular cost. Typically they will give you two tickets or offer you up to four discounted tickets. It is definitely worth two hours of your time and you will know what they offer you before you attend.

Tips & Warnings

  • If you agree to go to a timeshare, you may want to check around town before deciding which one you will want to go to since they are all different and they all offer various gifts even if you don't want to buy. This is the best deal I have come across, and worth the aggravation.

  • Do not give money to anyone money unless you have a name of a legitimate company. Asking people that work around the area will tell you if they are legitimate or not. Then you can purchase the tickets without being worried if they are actual Disney World tickets.

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Laura Hageman

Laura Hageman has written varied articles on real estate to entertainment topics for the past three years. Hageman wrote a romantic comedy novel entitled Her Desire listed on ebookmall.com. She has written for Web sites such as CurrentForeclosures and Triond over the course of 7 years. Hageman holds a Bachelor's degree in Arts.

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