Online auctions are a fantastic way to cash in on the most haunted attractions in the country.
In some cases, you can get a bargain-basement price on some of the best haunted houses in the world.
For example, the first time I visited a haunted attraction in Florida, I paid $250 for a ticket.
I then went to the hotel to see a different haunted house and was amazed at how inexpensive it was.
The room I stayed in was $60.
The attraction I stayed at had a $50 price tag.
And then, at least twice a week, I’d go to a haunted park to see another haunted house.
It’s like the magic of online auctions, where you can save money.
But beware: you can’t go wrong.
Here are 10 things to know before you buy.1.
Buying tickets online requires a credit card.
That’s a big no-no.
When I went to Disney’s Hollywood Studios and saw a scary movie there, I didn’t need a credit or debit card to buy a ticket to the show.
That was one of the biggest selling points of online shopping.
You have to go to Disney and use your credit card or debit cards.2.
You must have a credit, debit or prepaid card.
You cannot use your prepaid card for purchases at participating hotels, amusement parks, resorts, or theme parks.
And you can only buy from retailers who have a valid credit or prepaid account.
The only way to get your money back if you’re not satisfied with a purchase is to cancel the order.3.
You need to pay with cash.
You can’t purchase online with cash or cashier’s checks.
Instead, you must pay with a credit/debit card, debit card, or money order.
The online site will only allow you to make payments with cash and a credit-card.4.
You will need to register and verify your account.
You’ll also need to fill out a registration form.
Once you’re registered, you’ll need to log in with your Disney account, which you’ll do through your email.5.
You might be asked to enter your credit or bank information, but that’s optional.
You do not have to give your credit/bank information.6.
You’re not allowed to sell tickets or use their proceeds for personal gain.
If you sell tickets on the Disney site, you are required to put a minimum order price of $50, with no minimum order amount.7.
You won’t get a refund if you cancel an order.
And, if you buy more than the minimum, the site will deduct the difference from your payment.8.
If a lot has been sold, the buyer will have to pay the difference between the original purchase price and the seller’s discount.9.
It is illegal to use someone else’s credit card information for your own personal use.10.
You may not use your Disney card for anything other than your purchases.
If you have any questions about purchasing a haunted trip, email me at [email protected]