Has anyone used allWilliamsburg.com for tickets to Busch gardens? Is is a reliable site?
A brief google search reveals that it's a timeshare promotion site, and attending a 90-minute timeshare presentation is mandatory if you book a vacation through them. The tickets are available only by phone. I didn't call, but I would venture to say, probably best to avoid this company. It may be legit, or it may turn out to be legit but require high-pressure presentation in order to get the tickets at a reduced price. For me, nothing is worth having to sit through a presentation for a timeshare.
"90-minute" - LOL
That would actually be worth it.
There are other ways to get discounted Busch Garden tickets that don't involve timeshare presentations: Groupon has deals, AAA offers discounts.... In fact there's a thread on Busch Gardens deals in this forum.Edited: 03 May 2017, 10:03
I called allwilliamsburg.com to purchase Busch Gardens tickets. As soon as they answered "All Williamsburg" (so clearly the correct number), I said we wanted to buy Busch Gardens tickets, but wanted to know if it was a timeshare company. The person responded that he didn't understand the question, so I nicely repeatedly myself. There was a long weird silence, then the guy said he thought I had the wrong number and hung up. When you are already lying to callers within a minute of answering the phone and cannot even admit what your product is, you should be ashamed.
Zoey's response from a year ago (#1 above) and the website itself (at the bottom of the page) clearly indicate that this is a site that sell time shares and the tickets are simply an incentive.
Just called All Williamsburg to inquire about Busch Gardens tickets, once I was told about the time share presentation I told the gentleman on the phone I was no longer interested, he then tried to talk me into buying them, etc, etc. No way I'm subjecting my wife and kids to that type of pressure to save a few bucks on tickets... nope...