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    hello,
    my other half and i are off to disney in january 09 all booked and ready to go only one thing is tickets . ive been looking on websites and the prices seem t be more costly for 2009 ranging from 15 - 25 pounds extra. what shall i do wait near the time to book hoping prices should have drop or wait to buy them out there. we are looking to buy the 14 ultimate ticket which is about 175 - 195 pounds which is only meant to be only able to be purchase in the uk .
    any thoughts and ideas would be greatlly appricated
    sam
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    We can't get that ticket in the states, but I just checked undercover tourist through mousesaavers.com and that ticket is $341.95 including tax and they do ship for free to the UK. That's like 170 pounds at $2 a pound, right? Oh, by the way what does that 14 day ultimate ticket get you guys at WDW? All four parks? and park hopping? how about the water parks or pleasure island? Just curious. I guess its a good incentive to get the folks from the UK to come over to WDW. Have fun.
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    I just paid $260.95 each for 7 day park hoppers, so that sounds like a good deal to me. Unless you are staying longer the annual pass doesn't make sense at that price. Take care, Dave.
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    Quote Originally Posted by disneycrazy1956 View Post
    I just paid $260.95 each for 7 day park hoppers, so that sounds like a good deal to me. Unless you are staying longer the annual pass doesn't make sense at that price. Take care, Dave.
    ultimate tickets gets me

    magic kingdom, animal kingdom, epcot, hollywood studios, blizzard beach and typhoon lagoon, down town disney and pleasure island, wide world sports complex, disney quest indoor interactive theme park

    no park hopping though i don't think
    ive manage to find it for 179 pounds for 14days
    is that all disney parks ive listed?????

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    sounds like a good deal to me too.

    I seriously doubt ticket prices will decline, even if tourism drops. I don't think the tickets went down even in 2001...just hotel prices. Plus, January is usually when prices on tickets go up if I'm not mistaken so I think that's the more likely scenario.
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    I agree with Pliuto, I doubt ticket prices will go down.
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    Yes, that's all the disney parks in WDW plus pleasure Island and Disney Quest. Thanks for responding. The ticket prices only go up and its been since sometime in 2007 since they raised the rates. Dave.
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    Not sure how you are booked (if you are staying on WDW property or offsite). If on, sometimes Disney offers promotions for discounted pacakges (w/tickets) or free upgraded tickets in January. So, you may just end up seeing a special that may make it worth your while to hold off on the purchase if you think that may be something viable for you.

    Otherwise, I have used UnderCoverTourist for tickets without any difficulties as well.
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