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Hey folks, [SIZE=2]Visiting Florida next June for 2 weeks and looking for best prices for attraction tickets. We'd be looking at 4 Park Flex Tickets and possibly a 5 day-ish pass for Disney. I know ti… Read More
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1d, 9m agoPosted 1 decade, 9 months ago
Hey folks,
[SIZE=2]Visiting Florida next June for 2 weeks and looking for best prices for attraction tickets. We'd be looking at 4 Park Flex Tickets and possibly a 5 day-ish pass for Disney. I know tickets on sale from American sites vary with variety of tickets but was wondering if anyone had any experience with decent cheap ticket sites.[/SIZE]

[SIZE=2]Disney side is hardest to locate right tickets. Would probably do 3 days at their parks with maybe additional days at their water parks. Universal side is pretty much standard with the Flex ticket.[/SIZE]

[SIZE=2]Hope someone has a few ideas. Thanks in advance.[/SIZE]
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1d, 9m agoPosted 1 decade, 9 months ago
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#1
Hi ya,

I`m off to Florida next Monday. We looked around the net and the cheapest place we found for tickets was http://www.orlando-ticket-deals.co.uk/index.html - they were doing 14 days for the price of 7 in the Disney Parks and 7 days for the price of 1 in Busch Gardens and SeaWorld. I`m not sure what the current offers are.

It`s worth printing out the website prices and going into you local Tui Travel Agent (Thomas Cook\Lunn Poly) as they price match or beat the price you have. We saved over £300 on their prices doing that and you are dealing with someone just around the corner rather than online.

There`s also a message board on the site above with more info on tickets etc on.

Hope that helps,

Keith
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KPGills
Hi ya,

I`m off to Florida next Monday. We looked around the net and the cheapest place we found for tickets was http://www.orlando-ticket-deals.co.uk/index.html - they were doing 14 days for the price of 7 in the Disney Parks and 7 days for the price of 1 in Busch Gardens and SeaWorld. I`m not sure what the current offers are.

It`s worth printing out the website prices and going into you local Tui Travel Agent (Thomas Cook\Lunn Poly) as they price match or beat the price you have. We saved over £300 on their prices doing that and you are dealing with someone just around the corner rather than online.

There`s also a message board on the site above with more info on tickets etc on.

Hope that helps,

Keith

hi new on here but just wanted to say ORLANDO TICKET DEALS Price match as well real tickets as well !!
#3
hi thats a good deal on that site .we went in june and plan to go back next november and it seems the offers may sound great but prices are pretty much all the same .we are not going to disney this time as we only used about 4 days of a 7 day ticket .but price was the same as 5 day .which is silly .so if ultimate ticket is the same price its worth getting that for unlimited waterparks .As thats what my 2 enjoyed most ages 6 + 7 .The flexiticket universal is excellant as it is for entire stay and we used that the most and would buy again but 4 park ticket we wouldn't do busch gardens again .
have a great time its very exhausting but fantastic seaworld is the best .
#4
wow that site is good just looked at it again and my virgin brochure and the dinner shows are nearly 10 pounds cheaper per person .i will definately be using some of them .has anyone used this site before are they good as i tend to think sometimes its safer with who you know but these offers are to good too miss.
#5
As with all good deals, we would all like to use some one local Thomson / Thomas cook (can those web sites be trusted). Does anybody have or know of any discount codes to buy Disney tickets. I too am looking for tickets for February 2007, the 14 day Park Hopper Plus for 2007 is £169. I may even buy the extra unexpired day option when in resort. :smile:
#6
Hey guys,
Thanks for all the advice and replies. Have checked out a few but keep them coming please. We all like a bargain :-D . I've used a site before at www.undercovertourist.com which i found quite good and they delivered the tickets no problem (over £900 worth). Unfortunately i ended up not being able to go and they also refunded the tickets with no hassles, minus a £36 admin fee which i thought was very reasonable. They also seem to have a better choice of Disney tickets with more options and they make good use of the current exchange rate.
#7
You should look on the forums at [url]www.thedibb.co.uk[/url] it has plenty of ideas and help for people visiting Florida. Hopes this helps.
#8
Try looking on here might help you decide.....
http://www.tickettruth.co.uk/
#9
Thanks again to everyone for their views. Wil try check all them out.
#10
If you interested in vehicle hire then try - Magical Florida Villas. Dont think you will find vehicle hire cheaper anywhere else.. (but if you do please let me know)

I booked a vehicle through them when i went out in May. I went for an intermediate 4dr and ended up having a massive sports utility.

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