(New York, NY)
A seller indicates that we meet at the gates and he will not ask for payment until we have entered Walt Disney World and verified ticket with Disney? Does this sound REAL!!! Thanks
Dad’s Monte Python Answer
In the immortal words of the great Monte Python movie “Run Away!” “Run Away!”
Yes, the seller may be legitimate, and really be willing to meet you at the gate to verify the Disney World tickets. But it is a crime in Florida to sell tickets that have been partially used, and this year Orlando police have arrested at least 6 ticket sellers for selling partially used theme park tickets.
What’s to say Disney verifies the tickets, watches you buy them and arrests the seller and invalidates your tickets. (They have done that.) I would not take the chance. It’s not worth it even if you are going to save $100.00.
The biggest way to figure out if the seller is legitimate is will they take your credit card? If they won’t the take the Monte Python way out. NOW! If they want cash the deal is shady and has the potential of leaving you without money and tickets.
Jo, listen to Dad. Something that sounds too good to be true almost always is.