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Disneyland Orlando and universal studios ticket info

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6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
Hi, I'm planning on going Florida pretty soon and was shocked at the prices to get into Disneyland £225 pounds for an adult and £200 for a kid :O :O , is there any way of purchasing a ticket on the day for only one day if not is there any sites any one would recommend?
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6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
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http://www.wdwinfo.com/wdwinfo/tickets.htm#tickettypes
this has the one day ticket prices on the gate, $83 dollars (£50ish) for adults, obviously get value for money if you go lots of times! have fun :)
#2
Disney magic your way tickets are probably best, think I'm doing the same when we go this year.
The website below is offering a 3 day ticket with a free upgrade to 5 days for adult £156.76 child £133.78

http://www.park-tickets.com/disney-world-tickets.aspx
#3
Rayhul - Are you sure you only want to go for one day? There's a number of theme parks located within the Walt Disney World Florida - As far as I'm aware, a one day pass would only get you into one theme park. Take a look at http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/parks/ . There's....;
-Magic Kingdom Park
-Epcot
-Animal Kingdom
-Hollywood Studio

That's four, plus you have two water parks. You really need to spend at least a day in each park if you want the full experience. Whilst £225 may seem like a lot - it could actually be very worth while if you spend 7-9 days of your holiday in the theme parks.

IF you only want to have limited time in the parks, you can go https://secure.orlandovillas.com/park-tickets-co-uk/TicketChooser.aspx - get the "Disney 3 Day Base" which automatically upgrades to a five day pass. For that, you get 5 days in any parks you want (I think you could go to multiple parks in one day) and you have 14 days in which to use all the 5 days you're entitled to. Price is: Adults £156.76, Children £133.78. That may well be a better option for you depending on what you want to do. Works out just over £30 a day for the adults which it a really good price.

Anymore questions, feel free to ask.
banned#4
I'm off to America on Monday for 5 1/2 weeks, going to Houston but have asked my uncle about taking me to Disney world. my uncle works on the weekend so will be monday-thursday(maybe friday), any recommendations on which order it's best to vist the different parks?
#5
thanks guys for all the info, repped. and thanks ryan will look into all of this a lot more. (Y)

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