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Is parksavers.com legit?

I am looking for Disneyworld tickets and I found this website: https://parksavers.com

Their prices are lower than other known resellers. They have at least two years of work. I found good reviews on yelp.com, but there are only a few. Do you have experiences with this website? Is it real

EDIT: Yes, my question is whether or not Parksavers is a scam. There are many well-known resellers, but their prices are similar to Disney's. At first I thought they were a scam but when I looked for reviews I found that they have good ones. Knowing that even the reviews can be falsified, I tried to get your opinion.

I wrote to Disney Customer Service asking for them but haven't received a response yet.

EDIT 2: I got the answer from Disney about this:

Literally thousands of travel agents, tour operators and other outlets around the world offer Walt Disney World® vacation packages and theme park tickets. Please understand that, given the sheer number of agencies involved, we have no way of keeping an accurate list of all legitimate third-party sales outlets.

We recommend contacting the company's Better Business Bureau or Chamber of Commerce that you are inquiring about for further assistance.

So it is necessary to research the company. There is no other way :-(


What do you mean by "legitimate"? Make good offers? Or are you asking if it's a scam or not?


How do we know the Better Business Bureau is legitimate? : p

Mario S.

@Fiksdal I updated my question.


There are actually many, many Disney ticket resellers, and most of them sell cheaper than Disney itself. It's all about what price they can get from Disney and how much profit they want to make. Just being cheaper than Disney is certainly not an indication of being a scam.


Includes Vacationeer Travels on BBB Start of business: 08/17/2011 in UT and No complaints filed with BBB .

Dean Gibbons on LinkedIn.

Seven 5 * and one 4 * (no other) reviews on yelp.

Trip Advisor includes:

We have now used parking savers twice, once in 2014 and again in 2015 we had no problems. I would use them again at any time on our next trip, which unfortunately will not take place until 2017 as we will take off this year 2016.

ParkSavers is a subsidiary of Ares. When you click to buy it will indicate that ticketing is being handled by Ares. You can find hundreds of posts online from satisfied customers, including long-time TA members and veterans of disboard. None of the naysayers found just one post from someone who was "betrayed".

Her Facebook page has been active for over 5 years and has 27,000 likes. Come on, give them a break already. Honest companies like this don't need negative feedback from people who haven't even used them before.

Bad news spreads farther and faster than good, and when I came across the above, I didn't notice any negative comments.