I saw this package on ebay that said you could stay at the plaze resort for 99.00 just for taking a 90 minute tour of the motel and see what it has to offer. it included 2 disneyland tickets. Have any of you done this tour before? is it for real?
My parents used to do this. They'd sit through a long, high-pressure sales pitch and get a free dinner or show tickets in Las Vegas. I hate the idea of dealing with some pushy salesman and would rather just buy the food or tickets. Everybody has different tolerances, though. If it is, in fact, a pricey time-share promotion, they will likely do a little "pre-qualifying" before allowing you to participate in the event.
NOTE: read the fine print closely! A friend got into doing these things. One promised a Laz e boy chair. What he got was a cheap aluminum fold-up beach chair. Another offered a gas barbeque. He got a hibachi pot with a small propane bottle attached. Find out exactly what they are calling Disneyland Tickets.
"Yesterday, a man walked up to me and said, 'Isn't it a shame that Walt Disney couldn't be here to see this?' and I said, "He did see this, that's why it's here."
-Art Linkletter July 17, 2005-
it sounds great Karla.. if you did this and got 2 1 day tickets, I could get you into the park on another day as well, if you want to ok
I am nervous Kelly, what if they really pressure me LOL! I am not good at being pressured. I would love to, but I would like to hear of others who did this and how it went. you are so awsome Kelly, Have i told you that lately??
I am a firm believer in the "if it sounds too good to be true........then it IS too good to be true" We did a timeshare thing once and the people were HORRIBLE.
I've heard good thing about DVC pitches, but others have been really bad. I friend did one near WDW and it was damn near 3.5 hours long