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Can Anyone Recommend Disney Florida Tickets To Me

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banned8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
Hi,
I'm going on holiday next week to Orlando Florida - Please could someone recommend me the best ticket (All in one) for the Parks / Shows. (Not Necessarily Fast Rides).
Who are going - :
2 Adults
4 Older Teenagers (15-19)
2 Children (8yr old nd 4yr old)
(Could be a difficult balance LOL)

The Places I want to see (any suggestions fine) -

Magic Kingdom
Epcot
Hollywood Studios
Universal Studios

And Some More


Please Get Back To Me ASAP THANKS!
Other Links From Disney:
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banned8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
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#1
Yes I can recommend them, they are very good. :thumbsup:
#2
..just to input, i dont know much about the costs so will have a looksie.. but Universal Studios is meant to be brill isnt it. id love to go! .. those kids (and adults) are lucky!

found quick link just random info.. more shows/things to see mb? orlando guide *seemed interesting*
#3
You will expect to pay approx £159 for your 2 week disney tickets - this includes all the water parks i.e. disneyworld, epcot, animal kingdom and MGM along with Pleasure Island (which closed Sept/Oct this year) Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach- unlimited entry in and out BUT parking is £12 per day - so with a large group of you try and go in one car - we just hired a 7 seater mini van (only 4 of us going but we like the room) and it cost £450 for 3 weeks fully inclusive (Platinum Insurance)
Universal Studio and Islandss of Adventure will be the only other two parks you will really have time for _ it is surprising just how busy you will be on your first visit and the parks do take awhile to complete so you will probably go back a few times. anyway these ticket vary again but always best to buy from here dependant on how many days you want, although I would highly recommend that you buy one annual pass to save on the parking, it may not even save you - you may just break even but you have the ticket to use next year too.
[url]www.tickets4fun[/url]
disney £159 for two week - they will overnight your tickets - just received one I bought for one of my daughters (I have annual passes - my eldest daughter decided she wanted to come)
I am going next week also - cant wait - have a great time - anything else you want to know that I may be able to help with pm me - I will have my computer over there
#4
We went in April and got our tickets from [url]www.attraction-tickets-direct.co.uk[/url] and [url]www.mapleleaftickets.com[/url] is also very reasonable. There are also some companies that you can collect the tickets from their offices in Orlando so look out for this as this may be a better option for you if you're going next week.

Are the 8yr old and 2 yr old girls? If so, you HAVE to book a meal at Cinderella's Royal Table in Magic Kingdom. We did this for our 7yr old daughter's birthday (also have 3yr old daughter) and it was out of this world. It's in the castle and they meet Cinderella on the way in for a photo and a chat, the 10x8 photo is in a lovely card and is given free with 4 6x4's too, brought to your table while you eat. The food is fantastic and while you eat ALL the princesses come round to sign autographs, have a photo and chat. The girls get a plastic wand (the boys a sword) and a glass star and half way through the meal all the restaurant has to make a wish upon the star and lights twinkle all around.

You need to book before you go because, as you can imagine, it's very popular, but if either of the little ones are a girl it has to be done, especially if you only plan on visiting Disney this once. It cost us £72 for the 4 of us in April, not sure what the exchange rate is now, but myself and my husband said it was worth that money for the experience let alone getting the excellent food as well.

Have a great time, it's very hard not to!!
#5
have you tried [url]www.thedibb.co.uk[/url], they have great offers on at the moment, plus loads of fab free information
#6
Probably too late for you but maybe of use to others:)
http://www.viator.com/ these are about the best prices for Universal tickets:thumbsup:
use the code redtag5 for 5% discount:thumbsup:

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