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I'm looking for Disneyworld tickets, and I found this website: https://parksavers.com

Their prices are lower than other well-known resellers. At least, they have two years working. I found good reviews on yelp.com, but they are just a few. Do you have any experience with this website? Is it legit?

EDIT: Yes, my question is if parksavers is a scam or not. There's a lot of well-known resellers but their prices are similar to Disney. At first, I thought they were a scam, but looking for reviews, I found they have good ones. Because I know even the reviews can be faked, I was trying to know your opinion.

I wrote to Disney Customer Support, asking for them, but I haven't received any answer yet.

EDIT 2: I received the Disney's response about this:

Literally thousands of travel agencies, tour companies, and other outlets offer Walt Disney World® vacation packages and Theme Park Tickets worldwide. Please understand that, given the sheer number of agencies involved, we have no way to maintain an accurate listing of all legitimate third-party outlets.

We suggest that you contact the Better Business Bureau or Chamber of Commerce local to the company you are inquiring about for further assistance.

So, it's necessary to research the company. There's no other way :-(

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    They have a A+ rating at the Better Business Bureau with no complaints logged FWIW - bbb.org/utah/business-reviews/travel-agencies-and-bureaus/… – brhans Sep 14 '16 at 19:00
  • What do you mean by "legit"? Giving good deals? Or are you asking whether it's a scam or not? – Revetahw Sep 14 '16 at 23:29
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    How do we know the "Better Business Bureau" is legit? :p – Möoz Sep 15 '16 at 0:17
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    @Fiksdal I updated my question. – Mario S Sep 15 '16 at 14:18
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    There are actually many, many resellers of Disney tickets, and most of them sell cheaper than Disney themselves. 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. – DJClayworth Sep 28 '16 at 13:19
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Vacationeer Travels on BBB includes Business started: 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 used park savers twice now, once in 2014 and again in 2015 we had no problems either time. I would not hesitate to use them again on our next trip which unfortunately wont be until 2017 as we will be taking 2016 off this year.

ParkSavers is an affiliate of Ares, in fact when you click to purchase it will state that ticketing will be handled by Ares. You can find hundreds of posts online from happy customers including longtime TA members and Disboard veterans... what none of the naysayers has done is to find just one post from someone who was "scammed".

Their facebook page has been up for over 5 years and has 27,000 likes. Come on now, give them a break already. Honest businesses like this don't need negative feedback from people who haven't even used them.

Bad news travels farther and faster than good and in coming across the above I noted no adverse comments.

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