Save $30 at Walt Disney World and Many Other Attractions

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Discount Disney Tickets

Earlier this morning I wrote about a ton of new Amex Offers where you’ll receive a statement credit as some popular merchants. Amongst this was an offer at Undercover Tourist. This site provides authentic tickets at discounted prices to many attractions around the United States. These attractions include:

  • Walt Disney World
  • Universal Orlando
  • SeaWorld Orlando
  • Legoland Florida
  • Kennedy Space Center
  • Universal Studios Hollywood
  • Six Flags Magic Mountain
  • Knott’s Berry Farm
  • Madame Tussauds Hollywood
  • Pirate’s Dinner Adventure Anaheim
  • SeaWorld San Diego
  • Legoland California
  • San Diego Zoo
  • San Diego Zoo Safari Park
  • Sea Life Aquarium

Saving $30 with American Express!

With this Amex Offer, if you spend $150 or more on your registered American Express credit card, you’ll receive a $30 statement credit, which is pretty awesome! The Twitter hashtag for this offer is #AmexUCT. That means you can register every single one of your American Express credit cards and take advantage of this as many times as you desire! You can learn more about registering your American Express credit card for these Amex Offer here.

Maximizing your Savings at Disney

Let’s assume you are going to Disney for five days. Purchasing a 5-day ticket directly from Disney costs $335. While there are some other ways to get discounted tickets such subscribing to MouseSavers, Undercover Tourist will cost you $321. You’ll then receive an additional statement credit of $30 bringing your total cost down to $291!

Or, let’s say you are looking to go for only 2-days. Undercover Tourist actually charges slightly more for this ticket then Disney online, but the $30 statement credit will more then make up the difference. Undercover Tourist charges $209.95 where Disney charges $204.48. While $5.41 more, you’ll receive a $30 statement credit and ultimately save $24.59.

Unfortunately Undercover Tourist does not sell gift cards to their site or allow multiple credit cards as a form of payment per transaction, so it is hard to fully maximize, but you can always make separate purchases if the numbers work out well.

The Amex Offer expires December 31, 2015, which means that you simply must purchase your attraction ticket by this date, it does not mean you actually must visit Disney (or any other park) by then! Just make sure to check ticket expiration dates. Check out all the offers at Undercover Tourist.

Let me know if you have any questions. The site also includes rental cars, packages, and free planning guides – I’ll write a separate post next week on what else this site has to offer. Enjoy saving money!!

 

Comments

  1. It seems they have a 365 day return policy too. So if you need to cancel your tickets for some reason you’ll have that backup plan. Although they do state there’s a 5% cost and that the ticket is subject to the subject to the place you’re using it at. So if it’s Disneyland then the 365 day rule only applies if Disneyland’s policy also allows 365. Hope that makes sense. That’s how I interpreted their return policy anyways.

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