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We LOVE Undercover Tourist and use them ourselves to save money on our Disney World tickets.  Today we’ll show you how to get your own discounted tickets.

About Undercover Tourist:

Undercover Tourist is an authorized Disney World Ticket broker.  Which means you can buy the SAME tickets through them that Disney World sells on their website.

Our Experience With Undercover Tourist:

They’ve taken wonderful care of our Disney World ticket needs.  That’s why we recommend them 🙂

How buying tickets through Undercover Tourist works:

Visit their website here

Click on Walt Disney World Resort

Then click on Tickets (see image below)

You’ll be taken to the ticket listing page (see image below).  Click on the “comparing prices” checkbox if you’re comparing to the prices from the official Disney World ticketing web page.  The Disney site shows their ticket pricing pre-tax By selecting the “compare pricing” box, you’ll be able to see the Undercover Tourist prices also pre-tax.  

Select your discounted tickets and check out.  It’s that easy!!  They’ll send your tickets by mail (free shipping) or email, whichever you choose.  Tickets by mail are the same RF enabled cards Disney sends out.  They can be used as is or linked to a Magicband, if you have one.  E-mailed tickets can be linked to a Magicband or exchanged at will call for RF enabled cards.  Both tickets can be used to schedule FastPass+ in your My Disney Experience acct


Disney tickets are expensive so why pay more than you have to?  We’d rather buy more fun stuff at the park 🙂

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