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Hi does anyone know any good sites for good prices for a 2 week hol in florida in september when the kids have gone back to school? flights + hotel and prob a car needed. Also any good sites to buy th… Read More
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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
Hi does anyone know any good sites for good prices for a 2 week hol in florida in september when the kids have gone back to school? flights + hotel and prob a car needed. Also any good sites to buy theme park tickets and which are best to get?

Any help, i would be very greatful, thanks

rob
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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
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Thomas Cook
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Got my theme park tickets from orlandoattractions.com. They were the best prices when I booked mine. Check out the forums on http://www.thedibb.co.uk. People there can give you help on where the best deals are at the moment.
HTH
#3
Thanks will look into them sites ;)
#4
When we went last year, we booked a villa and flights separately.

You'll be able to get a 5 bed villa for £1000 fir 2 weeks and if there's a few going then it's a really cheap option.

Including park tickets, car hire, travel insurance, flights & villa came to less than a grand each!
#5
In the past i have gone with various carriers,virgin and then you can get discounted tickets, also used netflight.com for flights and car hire and dollar site ( i always use dollar and always have a 7 seater i know they had some good deals last month,would not use anyone else)also thomson were very cheap i noticed this year for flights.Like terrier also used orlandoattractions.com for tickets.It is very expensive but the best thing i have ever done was swimming with the dolphins at discovery cove it was so amazing the whole day, ray pools and just the place in general ( they even has prescription snorkel masks if you normally wear glasses0 I would just check what the weather is normally like before you book as you will be in hurricane season but usually only 1 a year hits land(think its august to october).
#6
Weve gone to florida the last two septembers.
Both times the cheapest flights were with thomson. We hired a 4 bed, 3bath villa with pool and games room for £550 for two weeks in 2009, in 2010 we had a 5 bed, 4bath house with pool and games room for £800 for two weeks off ebay again. Contact the sellers on ebay and haggle with them for best price. Both places were of a very high standard.
We hired our cars through carehire3000 and picked them up at sandford airport where we landed, when we picked up it was actually from the dollar desk, very happy both times.
The first time we bought our tickets from orlandoticketdeals, last year i got them from undercovertourist.com, the tickets were quite a bit cheaper with them, the prices are in usd so convert them at somewhere like xe currency converter. The tickets arrived around a week after i ordered them and universal 2week pass was about £72 per adult.
Last year we also bought tickets from travelrepublic for discovery cove, they charged us £120 per adult for the ticket to swim with the dolphins and £ 60 each for just the normal ticket. It was a fantastic day, very special place.
#7
florida4less is a good company and its part of the co-operative travel

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