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    Hi there. We are off to Florida next September and it is the first time we have been. We have done disney before in Paris though. We are looking around and are interested in the 14 day orlando combo ticket, and i wondered if there was a disney 3 day ticket or 5 day ticket as its very expensive to buy both...and with 10 of us it soon adds up!

    Has anyone any suggestions on the best sites for tickets and what we should do?

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    Sam

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    Walt Disney World Adult 3 Day Base Ticket-With 14 Day Expiration with 4th and 5th Day Free! Ages 10+..... This is one of the top selling disney tickets.. You can visit --- officialticketcenter.com

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    Just remember though that WDW is much larger than Disneyland Paris.

    Most folks work on 2 days for the Magic Kingdom, 2 days for Epcot, one day for Disney`s Hollywood Studios and 1 day for Animal kingdom.
    You will therefore find that you would need to spend more than 3 days if you want to cram in as much as possible.

    That said, please remember to allow some "chill out" days during your time in Florida or you will need another holiday after this one to get over it!





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    It’s not easy to get cheap Disneyland tickets. The prices are usually pretty set. However, there are special deals and promotions from time to time so if you can plan your trip around those, you can save some money.

    TIPS:
    Don't buy your Disneyland tickets at the park itself. That is the most expensive place to get them.

    Buy tickets to several parks at once and save big. The CityPass includes a 3-day Disneyland Parkhopper ticket plus 1-day tickets to Universal Studios, San Diego Zoo, and SeaWorld. You'll get a 30% discount over buying all those tickets individually.

    Buy a Whole Year. A premium annual pass is $459 which is less than the cost of three 4-day passes. So if you think you'll visit Disneyland a few times this year, consider it! There are no blackout dates, parking is included, and you'll get discounts at some restaurants and hotels. Available at Disneyland.com.


    Birthday guests don't get free admission anymore. That deal ended Dec. 31, 2009.
    Groups of 10 or more people under 18 may get discount Disneyland tickets. Call (714) 956-6860 to find out prices.

    Safeway or AAA. Sometimes you’ll see Disneyland tickets for sale at places other than Disneyland, such as Safeway or AAA. Generally these prices are not discounted, but you might find it more convenient to pick them up along with your groceries, and AAA sometimes throws in free parking or other perks.
    eBay.com or Craigslist.org You could try searching for discount Disneyland tickets on eBay or Craigslist.org but I don't recommend it. Usually the tickets are partially used and there's no way to verify how much is actually left on the ticket until you're at the gate. Even if there are days left on it, it's against policy to share tickets. And if there are no days left, you will be denied entry to the park. Imagine explaining that to your kids!


    Teachers can get discount Disneyland tickets from TSA Special Member & Insurance Services, Inc.. You’ll save about $4 more per ticket than if you’d bought them through the Disneyland website but you’ll pay a $2.50 processing fee per ticket.

    Costco. If you book your hotel through Costco, you can also get tickets as part of a discount package deal. You can book this through their website or call their travel agency at 1-877-849-2730.

    You can upgrade your ticket after you've started using it. For example, say you have a 3-day Park Hopper ticket and halfway into your trip, you decide that you would like to stay an extra day. Go to the Disneyland gate and upgrade to a 4-day ticket before it expires. You'll pay only the difference in price between the 3 and 4-day ticket, instead of paying much more for a one-day ticket.

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