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Old 8 Mar 24, 12:25 PM  
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DLP Disability tickets?

Hi there,

My daughter has an access card and receives PIP. We have used the priority card at DLP before but I did not know about the 25% discount tickets that they offer to the disabled person and their career.

As I understand it the 25% discount tickets cannot be booked in advance but only purchased on the day at one of the ticket booths and apparently are even available if the parks are sold out and at capacity. Is this correct?

My questions are -

1. If the tickets are 25% off, what price is the ticket? As we all know tickets fluctuate hugely the closer that you get! How can we know what price we will be paying on the day?

2. There will be 3 of us going, myself, my disabled daughter and my other non disabled daughter. Would it be best to book my other daughters park tickets in advance?

3. I am booking a Disney hotel so does it actually work out cheaper to just book a package with all three 'non disabled' tickets and just forget about the 25% discount disabled tickets?

I am finding it really confusing and to be honest would rather be organised and have everything booked in advance but am desperate to save money if at all possible.

I would be very grateful for any advice and experience if you have it.

Many thanks
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Old 8 Mar 24, 03:12 PM  
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You could try costing up hotel only and then hotel and ticket package, when we booked we were advised that it wouldn’t work out any cheaper with the 25% as the package has discounted tickets anyway. I’m not sure if this is correct but as we are a party of 7 we wanted the peace of mind that we had our tickets before we went. Also you can arrange a priority pass before you go which saves you having to sort it out when you get there, it will be waiting for you at your hotel when you check in.
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Old 8 Mar 24, 08:58 PM  
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I think that you are right as the park tickets plus the hotel package are heavily discounted anyway.

It probably works out quite good for locals.

Thank you for your advice
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