How To Avoid Fake Theme Park Tickets

A Florida woman promising to sell cheap tickets to the local theme parks swindled at least three unsuspecting vacationers. It was a lesson that cost one of the victims $270. Tabreshia Hendry wound up getting arrested last Thursday for her scam, which ran from November 2017 to May 2018.

So how can you protect yourself from these sorts of issues destroying your getaway? Always remember: if it’s too good to be true, it probably is. Theme park tickets should be purchased from the official sites and authorized travel agents. Discounts are possible, but you have to stick to officially authorized dealers. Ya know, obvious stuff.

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