We're very pleased to announce the "beta" launch of Theme Park Tourist's Price Watch service, which helps users to find the cheapest possible tickets for their next trip to Disneyland or Walt Disney World.
The new ticket price comparison service can be found here. All you need to do is enter some basic details about your trip to Disney's parks, and Price Watch will compare hundreds of available prices from online ticket vendors to find the best deal available. It will also display any available special offers or discounts that might be able to cut the cost further.
We'd love to hear your feedback on the tool during the "beta" phase, during which we'll be working to iron out any bugs and improve the user interface. Click here to start comparing Disney ticket prices, and get in touch to let us know what works well and what could be improved.
The Price Watch tool enables you to:
- Compare hundreds of prices from official and unofficial websites - we gather the latest prices from leading online ticket vendors to save you time and money.
- Find tickets that meet your needs - Price Watch will ask you a few simple questions in order to find you the best possible ticket for your Disney trip.
- See all prices with tax included - many websites hide tax until you reach the checkout phase, but all of our price comparisons include taxes upfront, so you can compare like with like.
- Find the latest offers and discounts - we've integrated Price Watch with our Special Offer Watch, so that you can see all available deals to save you further money on tickets, hotels and meals.
Although Price Watch will launch with support for comparing ticket prices at Disneyland and Walt Disney World, we plan to expand it in future to cover other major parks in the US and the UK. Keep checking back for further updates and enhancements as we continue to evolve the tool to make it as useful as possible.
Click here to begin searching for low-cost Disney theme park tickets for your next trip.
What features would you like to see added to the Price Watch tool? Let us know through the comment section below.