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Old 7 Oct 19, 07:15 AM  
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can uk buy usa tickets

Hi we are only in Orlando for a week before a cruise so only want to do the parks we want to do but finding it difficult to get single tickets in the uk is it possible to buy of a usa site ? if so has anyone done this and how does it work much appreciated
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Yes. Orlando attractions sell both uk and us tickets. So you could try there.

Single day tickets are hard to find outside of Disney itself as the companies don’t seem keen to sell them. But maple leaf tickets do sell them.
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Have you tried undercover tourist? They do options other than the 14/21 days
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The above suggestions are probably better, but I have bought mine from the Disney website by just flicking it onto the USA site.
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I second the recommendation for orlandoattractions. You mention single tickets, but then mention parks. You can buy multiday us style tickets which may suit your purpose better. However do keep an eye on UK ticket prices as there comes a break point that buying the UK style tickets is actually cheaper. This breakpoint is lower for universal than Disney I think.

Universal single day tickets are easiest to buy on the gate or electronic from their website.
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Maple leaf tickets , undercover tourist , orlando ticket centre all do exactly what you want to buy , ive used all 3 with no problems at all
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I brought with Undercover Tourist last week as we’re only in Orlando for a week. For info, I struggled linking my tickets on the MDE app and was directed to the Disney website to do it - I still got errors, but resolved it with a VPN and logging in through the US version of the site. I don’t know if there was an easier way, but it might be helpful to know
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Hi we are only in Orlando for a week before a cruise so only want to do the parks we want to do but finding it difficult to get single tickets in the uk is it possible to buy of a usa site ? if so has anyone done this and how does it work much appreciated
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Yes, anyone can buy the USA tickets. You can buy them from most US sites, including Disney's own US website. I would recommend trying either OrlandoAttractions.com or UndercoverTourist.com.

You can also buy them at the entrance to any of the parks. It depends on whether you want the tickets before you go (you may want to book fastpasses) or are happy just to get them when you are there.
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I used Undercover Tourist and they were excellent, had no problem ordering on line or linking them to MDE. They delivered the hard tickets to the UK with no additional postage charges.
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