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going to florida in july on hols, any tips tricks or bargain ideas

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6d, 8h agoPosted 6 days, 8 hours ago
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#1
Which part of Florida? It's massive.
#2
Devenport, calabray park i think
#3
Be on the look out for vouchers in all different shops

Buy in bulk at Walmart or other supermarkets

If driving get shown how to open petrol cap as not always obvious

Check out park ticket prices if you wanna pre book em

Lots of eating places so set a budget for each day and roll surpluses to next day

If shopping check for any holidays of July are you there for the 4th as lots of sales going on

Look at Simon malls app too
#4
thebiggishman
Devenport, calabray park i think

We're staying in Davenport in a couple of weeks, stayed there a few times - do your food shopping at "Super Target" off the 192, it's miles cheaper than Walmart/Publix - you'll think you need to be a member but you don't, it's just cheap & sells everything on the planet!
Address: 4795 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy (the 192!), Kissimmee, FL 34746
Ross next door is like a cheaper TK Maxx (TJ Maxx in the States), have a look there - & try Sweet Tomatoes for food which is near those shops too!
#5
justanothercid
Be on the look out for vouchers in all different shops
Buy in bulk at Walmart or other supermarkets
If driving get shown how to open petrol cap as not always obvious
Check out park ticket prices if you wanna pre book em
Lots of eating places so set a budget for each day and roll surpluses to next day
If shopping check for any holidays of July are you there for the 4th as lots of sales going on
Look at Simon malls app too


Thanks V much think we arrive on 2nd July
#6
bobbyarbogast
thebiggishman
Devenport, calabray park i think
We're staying in Davenport in a couple of weeks, stayed there a few times - do your food shopping at "Super Target" off the 192, it's miles cheaper than Walmart/Publix - you'll think you need to be a member but you don't, it's just cheap & sells everything on the planet!
Address: 4795 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy (the 192!), Kissimmee, FL 34746
Ross next door is like a cheaper TK Maxx (TJ Maxx in the States), have a look there - & try Sweet Tomatoes for food which is near those shops too!


Thanks very much this should help
#7
go to giodanos and get the stuff crust pizza at least once...if you're not fat now you will be after but it's worth every calorie!!!

When in the parks do not pay for water...ask at the stalls for ice water, comes from a machine so there's no lead and you aren't facing the choice between carrying bottles and drinking warm water or throwing $1.50 worth of water away lol...in Orlando you could easily spend $1000 on water...especially in July!!

Don't swim in the lakes...
#8
JUSTANOTHERSTAR
go to giodanos and get the stuff crust pizza at least once...if you're not fat now you will be after but it's worth every calorie!!!
When in the parks do not pay for water...ask at the stalls for ice water, comes from a machine so there's no lead and you aren't facing the choice between carrying bottles and drinking warm water or throwing $1.50 worth of water away lol...in Orlando you could easily spend $1000 on water...especially in July!!
Don't swim in the lakes...

Thanks is the ice water free ?
#9
JUSTANOTHERSTAR
go to giodanos and get the stuff crust pizza at least once...if you're not fat now you will be after but it's worth every calorie!!!
When in the parks do not pay for water...ask at the stalls for ice water, comes from a machine so there's no lead and you aren't facing the choice between carrying bottles and drinking warm water or throwing $1.50 worth of water away lol...in Orlando you could easily spend $1000 on water...especially in July!!
Don't swim in the lakes...
Bottomless cups of soda are worth getting.
#10
drop me a pm I will send you over my guide with over 100 pages I have written if you want
#11
nwressell
drop me a pm I will send you over my guide with over 100 pages I have written if you want
Thanks will try now
#12
thebiggishman
nwressell
drop me a pm I will send you over my guide with over 100 pages I have written if you want
Thanks will try now


just replied mate
#13
What about electrical stuff etc
#14
Not sure whether you are interested in motor sport, but a day or two at Daytona including the tour of the international speedway is fantastic. You can get a VIP tour for around $50 if you book before you go. The beach at Daytona is also fantastic and well worth a visit.
#15
stiv29
Not sure whether you are interested in motor sport, but a day or two at Daytona including the tour of the international speedway is fantastic. You can get a VIP tour for around $50 if you book before you go. The beach at Daytona is also fantastic and well worth a visit.

Thanks i think my bro n law may like that
#16
thebiggishman
JUSTANOTHERSTAR
go to giodanos and get the stuff crust pizza at least once...if you're not fat now you will be after but it's worth every calorie!!!
When in the parks do not pay for water...ask at the stalls for ice water, comes from a machine so there's no lead and you aren't facing the choice between carrying bottles and drinking warm water or throwing $1.50 worth of water away lol...in Orlando you could easily spend $1000 on water...especially in July!!
Don't swim in the lakes...
Thanks is the ice water free ?

it is indeed!
#17
If eating out, then breakfast/lunch are considerably cheaper than an evening meal. Waiting staff expect to be tipped 15-20%.
#18
robertsclark
If eating out, then breakfast/lunch are considerably cheaper than an evening meal. Waiting staff expect to be tipped 15-20%.


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