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Tickets at Work

I just found out through my employer that I am eligible to buy tickets through ticketsatwork.com

It seems they have discounted (slightly) tickets..basically it seems like its a buy 3 days get 4 kind of situation. They don't seem like amazing deals or anything--but it does offer something. I am usually pretty skeptical about buying tickets from non-Disney places but since this is a program being offered through my job (I'm a teacher so it's through our school district) I think it is pretty legit. Has anyone had experience buying through this company?

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we are offered that one as well, but CAA still gets us a better deal you should try AAA

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I haven't heard of them, but that is a pretty nice perk to have!

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I say any little bit count. If its by 5 tickets... save 5 bucks... go for it. Can go towards a pin or cupcake! biggrin

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We get discounted Disneyland tickets through my friends work but I don't know what company they go through. She works for a hospital in Glendale and they have good deals. For a 1 day park hopper though her it's $86 (I think) as apposed to the $101 at the gate... and that was before the price increase..

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The Big Bank For Which I Work also offers discounted tix through TicketsatWork. I've never used them, but I'd have to guess if The Big Bank For Which I Work back them, I'd be comfortable.

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DH has used his office discount service - Abilizer - to purchase Sea World and Universal tix in the past with no problem, but never Disney. AAA does offer a slight discount, and getting tix via a person involved with the military (through the PX for instance) offers some savings. Those are the only experiences we've had, other than FL resident. Y'all are welcome to "move in" with me Smile

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My company offers discounts on tickets for local amusement parks but not Disney. That's a great perk.

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The only thing I would be cautious of would be if they were just base tickets that couldn't be upgraded to include park hopper, etc. if you want that option. mickey

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Lol, the Big Bank at Which I Work..haha.

My only concern is we usually book a package..I'm trying to figure out if the cost would be worth it.

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