best places for discount 1-day Disney tix?

DD2 is going on a 5-day SoCal trip with her friend's church's (small) High School group that will combine some volunteer/charitable work and 1 day at Disneyland on June 15. The church has asked that the parents purchase their kids' Disney tix separately (maybe b/c there aren't enough of them to qualify for a group rate). So, all you shopping pros, where would *you* go (online or in-store) to buy a 1-day Disneyland ticket for less than the $105 on the Disneyland web site

(FYI, we're in the SF Bay Area and have CSAA and Costco memberships but couldn't find 1-day Disney tix in any obvious places of the CSAA or Costco web sites)
 
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melissa621

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DD2 is going on a 5-day SoCal trip with her friend's church's (small) High School group that will combine some volunteer/charitable work and 1 day at Disneyland on June 15. The church has asked that the parents purchase their kids' Disney tix separately (maybe b/c there aren't enough of them to qualify for a group rate). So, all you shopping pros, where would *you* go (online or in-store) to buy a 1-day Disneyland ticket for less than the $105 on the Disneyland web site (FYI, we're in the SF Bay Area and have CSAA and Costco memberships but couldn't find 1-day Disney tix in any obvious places of the CSAA or Costco web sites)

Honestly, I'd get them directly from Disney. There is just too much scamming that goes on with Disney tickets for me to ever be comfortable buying them from anywhere else.
 

starshine514

New member
We never buy one-day tickets, but I've heard that credit unions or tickets through your employer sometimes have discounted one-day tickets. Another option is buying a Disney gift card at Target with your Redcard discount (5%) and then using it to buy the ticket directly from Disney.
 

ketchupqueen

CPST and ketchup snob
Staff member
The best place for getting them in advance as a non socal resident used to be the California State Employees association if you knew someone... But they don't have one day discounts any more. It looks like Disney has removed that option for most groups.
 

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