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Cheap Florida Disney Park Tickets

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I'm off to Disney soon and was wondering if anyone has the knowledge on how to get the cheapest tickets? We want to go for about 5-6 days, not to the water parks, not park hopping. Best I've seen …
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8y, 11m agoPosted 8 years, 11 months ago
I'm off to Disney soon and was wondering if anyone has the knowledge on how to get the cheapest tickets? We want to go for about 5-6 days, not to the water parks, not park hopping. Best I've seen so far is $220/$184 for adult/child for 7 days (or 4, 5 or 6!). Is there any improvement on that?
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8y, 11m agoPosted 8 years, 11 months ago
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http://www.attraction-tickets-direct.co.uk/
£169.00 for adult £149.00 childs 14 day ultimate disney ticket
other offers on their site. used them last year and found them to be the cheapest.

SORRY just re read your post and realised you wanted 7 days and that your prices are in dollars:oops::oops:
#2
When we went a few yrs ago outside a lot of shops,there were timeshare people,they sent you to a presentation,only about 1 hour,gave you breakfast and really cheap tickets,we saved a lot of money
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When we went a few yrs ago outside a lot of shops,there were timeshare people,they sent you to a presentation,only about 1 hour,gave you breakfast and really cheap tickets,we saved a lot of money

Went to florida last year and (with two kids), it was the most fantastic, relaxing holiday I'd had in years. Don't want to ruin it by being hassled by timeshare reps.
Well, looks as if my $220/$184 7 day tickets will have to be bought then. At least the dollar is still near completely collapsed, pity we didn't join the Euro a year ago, they'd practically be free then!
#4
i have one, two week adult ticket for 2008.
Which i would like to sell.
Cost £ 164. Would accept £ 125.
(one of our party never made it to Florida)

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