14 Days, Disney & Universal Tickets (8 Parks) (2014) £365 Adults/ £350 Kids @ orlandoattractiontickets - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
This is a great price for 14 days!
£365 = Adults
£350 = Kids.

To put this into perspective its £266 for 14 days direct from disney's site, so essentially your getting universal & island of adventure for £99.
Deal Tags:
More From Orlando Attraction Tickets:

All Comments

(33) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
1 Like #1
Seems a great price to me,.
#2
Shame it doesn't include sea world, wet n wild ( good for people on international drive) bush gardens is great as we'll
1 Like #3
cokezone1112
Shame it doesn't include sea world, wet n wild ( good for people on international drive) bush gardens is great as we'll

Seaworld, Aquatica and Busch £76 = http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/3-park-seaworld-aquatica-busch-gardens-ticket-2014-14-days-76-attractiontix-using-1947321

Wet & Wild £29.45 using code SUMMER = http://www.attractiontix.co.uk/tickets/wet-n-wild-orlando#CalendarClick
#4
Cheaper when you buy out there
#5
Shame it's not through holiday pirates ;)
#6
magicstar_1989
Cheaper when you buy out there

Not true, buying on-line, specially as a UK customer provides massive savings.
#7
pablomalin
Shame it's not through holiday pirates ;)


With such claims can you provide proof or at least an example of where you purchase cheaper tickets out there?
#8
Here's just one of the websites that you can buy tickets for all the attractions in US dollars. With the current exchange rate, it's definately cheaper to buy when you're there and if you don't want to spend two weeks at Disney, buying a one, two, three day etc park hopper ticket if you are on a budget. You can even get a one day park hopper ticket for approx £84 to visit all four Disney parks in one day if you are on a budget and have the stamina.....

http://www.mapleleaftickets.com/disneyworld_tickets.htm

We've been going to Florida for years, so
#9
Is this hotel as well?
#10
anisazaynie
Is this hotel as well?

No.
#11
I bought this from them 3 weeks ago @ 360 adult and 339 for children. So not the cheapest price they have been recently
#12
you can buy a myway ticket here before you go, knock off the hopping and water park option and yes it probably is cheaper but these include that so if u want to use disney water parks and park hop this is an ok deal
#13
WOW, I will buy it.
#14
Wow! I've seen full holidays to Florida sell for less. Someone is making a fortune. I'm sure it's a great price but I think i'll have to make do with the Sun's £9.50 holidays for a few more years.
1 Like #15
got back a couple of weeks ago, for 3 of us holiday cost was £1600, cost of tickets (Disney, universal, Busch gardens, Kennedy space centre, discovery cove) was £1800!
2 Likes #16
July5 gets you £5 off each ticket taken for MSE , code changes each month

I bought them from this company 4 weeks ago. Tickets worked fine. Just make sure you make the most of fast pass+ and pre book 3 rides per day in advance, download the wdw app, cancel and rebook on the go and see wait times, snow whites mine train books up weeks in advance, otherwise you'll have around a 2 hr wait. Also pre purchase the memory maker photo pass at least 3 days before arrival and save $50. We have 300 family photos to download for less than £90 which included ride photos of any ride at disney which does photos, Everest, Test Track, Space Mountain, Splash Montain etc

Buy these tickets on a CREDIT CARD incase a problem arises, not a debit card. Save even more money when you get there by using a credit card with low fees for everything, I took $500 cash and had $300 left by day 10, by the the time we flew had $1 left. Visa exchange rate saved me about £7-8 per $500 spent on my credit card and no worries about having wads of cash lying about. I did web searches in advance to work out what days to do which park as some have quiet days. If you visit more than one disney park in a day, your parking reciept is valid for each park, so only $17 a day if your hopping. If your cheeky, visit a water park in the morning (free parking) then go to a major park in the afternoon, flash a reciept from a previous day and there is a good chance you could save $17 saying you were at another park earlier. If your kids can stay up late, make the most of the quiet times just before closing, magic kingdom closed at 1am some days. If you buy a ticket elsewhere, make sure it's fast pass+



Edited By: paul.jacobs on Jul 07, 2014 08:47: Code
1 Like #17
£26 a day for 14 days worth of entertainment is a bargain!!
When you think how much it costs for 1 day into Alton Towers or Thorpe Park, this price is amazing, especially considering how much better these parks are compared to what we've got in the UK. Shame I aren't going this year, because I would have bought these.
1 Like #18
I think you would need another holiday if you went to the parks for 14 days.
#19
We're going for 8 days, any good deals for that length of time?

Mainly just wanting to do Disney, one day at Island of Adventure, not fussed about doing the water parks.
#20
Do these have an expiry date? We're saving and planning a 3 week Florida visit in 3yrs time.
#21
we're doing 21 days - and yes you do need another holiday once you're back
I paid £1200 for 4x 21 day Disney (part of a virgin deal to save £450 on the dining plan offer. Hotel & tickets = free dining. Flying with Norwegian next month = thanks again HUKD) and £431 for 14 days Universal (via virgin price match with americanattractions so we got the bonus early morning Universal access and kids eat free cards)
so £1631 instead of £1445 but with lots of bonus's including a huge saving on food. This is a really good deal but there are others out there that might suit your needs better
1 Like #22
fruityloops
We're going for 8 days, any good deals for that length of time?

Mainly just wanting to do Disney, one day at Island of Adventure, not fussed about doing the water parks.

have a look at the magic my way tickets for disney
1 Like #23
Harry potter forbidden journey tip. You can jump the queue, go into the shop at the end of the ride where you can access the lockers, from there you can join the queue and jump it and wait about 45 mins to ride.
#24
mum2nands
Do these have an expiry date? We're saving and planning a 3 week Florida visit in 3yrs time.

I think these are just the 2014 tickets. We've just bought our 2015 tickets, and they're valid from 1 Jan -31 Dec, so it'll be another year or two before they release 2017.
#25
These are good value for longer stays, I'm looking at 2 days at Disney MK/HS and 2 days at Universal/IOA next April, then we're going to Sarasota in a villa for 2 weeks, a single or 2 day ticket for Disney costs a fortune.
#26
Try travel republic also. We got 14 day disney & universal passes for £1442 for 2 adults and two children. Seems good deal to me.
#27
Also remember that you cannot buy a 14 day WDW pass in Florida... 14 day passes were designed for Eu/UK customers and are not sold in the US.
#28
Will these get further reduced in september as the school summer holidays are over. these are 2014 tickets after all .i am not going till end of november so will just purchase in october .
1 Like #29
yozzas
Will these get further reduced in september as the school summer holidays are over. these are 2014 tickets after all .i am not going till end of november so will just purchase in october .

Its unlikely since Disney believes that for every discount they give, a fairy has to die
#30
JezJezJez
yozzas
Will these get further reduced in september as the school summer holidays are over. these are 2014 tickets after all .i am not going till end of november so will just purchase in october .

Its unlikely since Disney believes that for every discount they give, a fairy has to die
i will clap my hands then and make more fairies .
#31
Thanks for posting this.
Does anyone know if these tickets fully expire on the 31st of December if they are activated during the week before or just the ability to start using them?
We are planning our holiday there over Christmas and so would like to start using them around the 22nd of December until the 3rd of January. I'd be a little upset to get turned away on new years day having used only 10 days of my 14.
Thanks.
1 Like #32
Namic
Thanks for posting this.
Does anyone know if these tickets fully expire on the 31st of December if they are activated during the week before or just the ability to start using them?
We are planning our holiday there over Christmas and so would like to start using them around the 22nd of December until the 3rd of January. I'd be a little upset to get turned away on new years day having used only 10 days of my 14.
Thanks.


I called this company to find out and the helpful man who answered let me know the tickets expire on 13th of January (or 14 days after activation) as long as activated before the 31st.
So have bought them now.
Thanks again.
#33
any cheap family tickets going from end of July for 2 weeks, 4 adults and 1 child?

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!