Hey Mouse Wait gang. I have been asked about about the "discount" Disneyland ticket sellers out there. So here are my thoughts for what it is worth: I understand that times can be tough and affording the full price of a ticket can be a challenge. However, buying a ticket from these "ticket brokers" is a bad idea. They buy park hopper tickets under many different names and "rent" them to you for the day. They claim to be legitimate because they are "licensed" ticket brokers and licensed by the city. Although this may be true that does NOT mean they are licensed by Disney to re-sell or rent tickets. Actually Disneyland's terms and conditions state "Tickets are nontransferable and must be used by the same person on any and all days." If you do rent a ticket from them you: at best, are breaking the terms and conditions or you may get caught and be refused entry and will be forced to try to return the ticket for a refund from the very company that is deceiving you in the first place or you are out the money and several hours you could have been enjoying your day in the park. I know that most Mouse Waiters also discourage this but it is an easy sell to those trying to save a few bucks. Please make the most of your days in the park by saving up and being confident that you bought a legitimate ticket. I hope to see you in the park soon.
Totally agree. While I understand the concept of trying to save money and I am constantly figuring out ways of making trips cheaper, I'd hate to think of a family all excited and traveling to DL only to find the tickets will not get them in. that would be horribly sad. - madsdad
1271.9 #65 12:38PM
Copied directly from the terms and conditions page from one of these ticket brokers....."For Disneyland® ticket rentals, you are engaging in ticket sharing under Disneyland® policy. According to Disneyland® policy, sharing tickets is not allowed.
(Insert name of ticket broker) does not warrant that the service from this site will be uninterrupted, timely or error free, although it is provided to the best ability. By using this service you thereby indemnify this company, its employees, agents and affiliates against any loss or damage, in whatever manner, howsoever caused."..... These "brokers" know that their tickets may be turned away at the gates and they have spelled it out on their website. So another thought is this... Do you really want to give any of your personal information or credit card info to these scam artists? So, so not worth it. - vernswifevickie
374.1 #378 3:03PM
I believe they also have AP cards with no pictures set up that they "rent" to people. - chris.
2507.8 #25 1:28PM
My friend asked me about renting tickets. Told him very bad idea..he didn't listen to me and did it anyway...his family was turned away at the gate and they didn't have the funds to buy tickets..needless to say his kids are still made at him! - dawna
286.9 #702 2:20PM