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Wal-mart tickets

Can you buy attraction tickets at wal-mart a friend told me that they are cheaper

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1. Re: Wal-mart tickets

Call Wal-mart in the UK to get the authoritative answer.

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2. Re: Wal-mart tickets

I think Walmart in the UK is known as Asda, i dunno if they'd be able to answer that question though *lol* Why don't you give a Walmart in Orlando a call? Then they'd be able to tell you for sure. Just remember the time difference when you are calling!

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In the Orlando area what you'll usually find at Wal-Mart (and many convenience stores), are timeshare booths. They'll offer you free or discounted tickets to several attractions in exchange for you and family attending a "short presentation" of a timeshare resort.

These "short presentations" usually end up being 3 hours of hard pressure selling. IMHO the money saved in the tickets is not worth my time on vacation.

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yes you can,inside wal-mart there is a travel agents and they othen have special offers on when we normally go in August but as i have never bought from them i don't know if they are any cheaper.

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They are timeshare booths. I did go to one of these and ended up spending 2.5 hours there, but got 3 tickets for $70. I saved $100 spending 2.5 hours on a tour of a very nice hotel. Of course it was very pressured sales. Just don't act impressed, tell them staright up you are not interested and leave at the end of the 90 mins. Also, Disney screwed up and gave me a 2nd day, so it was well worth it to me!