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7 NIGHTS IN DISNEY WORLD POP CENTURY RESORT £378.00PP 19th APRIL - Thomson

£378.00 @ Thomson Holidays (ThomsonFly)
19th April 2 Adults and 2 Children 7 nights in Walt Disney Worlds Pop Century Resort for £378pp not including park tickets which can be bought direct from Disney for £299 at the moment. Flying from St… Read More
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19th April 2 Adults and 2 Children 7 nights in Walt Disney Worlds Pop Century Resort for £378pp not including park tickets which can be bought direct from Disney for £299 at the moment. Flying from Stansted with Thomson on the Dreamliner. Car hire included!
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2 Likes #1
That seems like great value. Thanks so much for posting, I think I'm going to book.Heat added.
#2
OP you need to change departure airport in your description to.Stansted. Thomson don't fly to Orlando from Luton, and your pic states London Stansted. :{
2 Likes #3
Pop Century is nothing but an very old motel. The cheapest Disney hotel you can get
6 Likes #4
rose2468
Pop Century is nothing but an very old motel. The cheapest Disney hotel you can get


Really? For £378 I would expect 5* luxury
#5
Great deal but budget around £300 extra for car hire inclusive package
1 Like #6
Don't need car hire if doing Disney only. Wdw transportation system is excellent. And if it 1 or 2 days doing something other than Disney, just use uber.
#7
rose2468
Pop Century is nothing but an very old motel. The cheapest Disney hotel you can get

Well, that is such a helpful comment!!

Pop century is a great resort especially for kids, colourful, bright and full of disney theming. What more do you expect for that price?
1 Like #8
7 days probably isn't enough. We go for 14 and it still feels like we've missed a lot.

Incredible deal though, I don't think I've ever seen it this cheap for a Disney hotel.
#9
Do people really go to hotels that need luxury facilities when your out and about in the Parks all day? Your be so tired by the end of the day, your be happy to rest your head, so long as it's clean and tidy....nice find OP.
2 Likes #10
All for the pleasure of having the TSA treat you like a terrorist, and giving the US security services open access to all your internet history and bank accounts.

You couldnt PAY ME to go back to the US again.
#11
rose2468
Pop Century is nothing but an very old motel. The cheapest Disney hotel you can get


thanks for that, keep posting all those hot deals you find!
1 Like #12
Gentle_Giant
All for the pleasure of having the TSA treat you like a terrorist, and giving the US security services open access to all your internet history and bank accounts.
You couldnt PAY ME to go back to the US again.
???? How do they have access to your internet history and bank accounts?
And even if they did, why would it matter?
#13
Coming up at £466 now.
2 Likes #14
Simple case of mainstream media scaremongering which the people eat up. This will be phased in as part of the 'extreme vetting program' but only to people from terror related nations. Albeit even if it did apply, if you've nothing to hide then what's the problem really.
#15
Disney deal is slowly morphing into a thread about isis
#16
Just a little warning, pop century is under refurb at the minute.
Great resort though, I would book this in a heartbeat but there are no flights from Belfast :(

Edited By: goswink on Feb 19, 2017 11:43
#17
Great price,looked at when we can go in the school hols and the same package is £1100 each,sucks
#18
yes pop century is having a refurb, the workers only work from 10am till 4pm, so if your out all day at the parks u shouldn't hear any work at all :)

sure the rooms are basic but ideal for those that spend all day in the parks.

http://www.wdwinfo.com/wdwinfo/rehab.htm

Edited By: greenalien1 on Feb 19, 2017 12:33
#19
Fantastic price which includes baggage.

I would choose to stay at Universal's Cabana Bay for only a few pounds more (we have older kids and the hotel is very modern in comparison) and select the extra legroom option for flights at £35 per person which gives you access to select your seat at time of booking (select your seat is £35 on its own!).

Heated!
#20
I'd always upgrade from cabana to get free front of line passes...
2 Likes #21
Gentle_Giant
All for the pleasure of having the TSA treat you like a terrorist, and giving the US security services open access to all your internet history and bank accounts.

You couldnt PAY ME to go back to the US again.


Boo hoo. So what if they want to see your internet history & bank account? Why do you care? It it means that people are safer there then why not.
#22
We'd get a slap from the council as our lad goes back to school a day before we'd fly... but these prices are brilliant. Dang, moral dilemma.
#23
Well if they look at my internet history they are going to see a lot of big racks.
#24
Good deal so voted hot, yet my kids go back the day the deal starts so its of no use to me :(
I agree with the 7 days isn't really enough time at Disney comment ( not complaining for the money ! ) When i went we stayed 14 days and would've preferred stay longer and do more things there.
#25
What a great price. And ignore any snobby remarks as the hotel is fine. All i would check is that there is no big event on at the time like Pop Warner as that can have an impact on the noise/stress levels in the food court and maybe by your room.
#26
Check out deals for uber when you land in US we got $20 dollars worth for free last year.
2 Likes #27
ste666
Gentle_Giant
All for the pleasure of having the TSA treat you like a terrorist, and giving the US security services open access to all your internet history and bank accounts.
You couldnt PAY ME to go back to the US again.
???? How do they have access to your internet history and bank accounts?
And even if they did, why would it matter?

I suggest you (and the others), go actually look in detail about what information the US DEMAND from the UK before they let you in; some of these things have been going on for years, only the reporting has improved.

Not "scare mongering", real issues of serious concern.

Did you know a TSA or borders agency wonk can stop, detain and interrogate you (and confiscate your electronic devices), within 100 miles of a US border?? They can take a complete image of the data on your laptop, phone etc, and report you if there is ANYTHING they think is dodgy, even if it is an mp3 rip. Plan on not getting your phone/PC back for a year if they take it, and you have to PAY the postage.

They can demand full access to every social network you may have ever been a member of, and view everything those sites hold about you, they can and will go through bank and credit cards accounts for "suspicious" activity (that is, anything THEY think is suspicious in their tiny paranoid minds).

I feel safer visiting China.
2 Likes #28
Go to china then...:-/
3 Likes #29
fourcough
Well if they look at my internet history they are going to see a lot of big racks.

i visit ikea and diy websites too!
#30
Gentle_Giant
ste666
Gentle_Giant
All for the pleasure of having the TSA treat you like a terrorist, and giving the US security services open access to all your internet history and bank accounts.
You couldnt PAY ME to go back to the US again.
???? How do they have access to your internet history and bank accounts?
And even if they did, why would it matter?

I suggest you (and the others), go actually look in detail about what information the US DEMAND from the UK before they let you in; some of these things have been going on for years, only the reporting has improved.

Not "scare mongering", real issues of serious concern.

Did you know a TSA or borders agency wonk can stop, detain and interrogate you (and confiscate your electronic devices), within 100 miles of a US border?? They can take a complete image of the data on your laptop, phone etc, and report you if there is ANYTHING they think is dodgy, even if it is an mp3 rip. Plan on not getting your phone/PC back for a year if they take it, and you have to PAY the postage.

They can demand full access to every social network you may have ever been a member of, and view everything those sites hold about you, they can and will go through bank and credit cards accounts for "suspicious" activity (that is, anything THEY think is suspicious in their tiny paranoid minds).

I feel safer visiting China.


I for one visited the US twice last year and had no such issues.

"Tiny paranoid minds"... yet you're the one going full **** about the SWAT team bursting through your roof over a dodgy MP3.

Enjoy China, overcrowded & dirty China.
1 Like #31
Staying at a Disney hotel means you can use their good bus system, regular busses running continuously to every park (and save the extortionate $20 a day parking).

Don't forget to price in £300pp for the Disney tickets (gets you a 14 day ticket which costs the same as a 7 day). Book through disney's site and link your tickets to My Disney Experience and you get fast pass+ and unlimited free ride photos (you tap your ticket on a reader at the photo booth and it attaches your photo to your account).

I wouldn't consider 7 nights enough for a first time Florida Holiday but it is just about possible with planning. You can squeeze a day in every park including universal (the Harry potter rides and areas are phenomenal, even the train journey between the park is really well done).

Edited By: abigsmurf on Feb 20, 2017 14:06
#32
anyone can use the disney buses, you don't have to be an on-site guest, no checks or passes needed.
#33
Remember to clear your cookies if you are looking at this deal as if you don't it generates a price hike so that's why it will be showing a higher price as one comment says
#34
Decent spot, thanks op, Florida newbie alert... any suggestions for getting the cheapest Disney and / or a universal ticket (have one or 2 days free in the area and want to see Harry Potter stuff and go on a roller coaster!).
#35
u could try these for tickets -

https://www.floridatix.com/

http://www.attractiontix.co.uk/

good place for orlando info - https://www.thedibb.co.uk/

Edited By: greenalien1 on Feb 21, 2017 15:54
#36
You do realize that if suspected of terrorism the UK can do exactly
the same (as will China but with less transparency). If you feel your activities would make you a person of interest then of course it should influence your travel plans but most people won't have the concerns that you clearly do.
#37
You can buy 1/2/3 day tickets either as single visit or with park hopping either from Disney US or the US attraction ticket sellers.
#38
sometimes it can work out cheaper to get a 7/14 day ticket rather than 1/2/3 ones.
#39
rachelduchy
You do realize that if suspected of terrorism the UK can do exactly
the same (as will China but with less transparency). If you feel your activities would make you a person of interest then of course it should influence your travel plans but most people won't have the concerns that you clearly do.

The US checks EVERYONE, as everyone is a suspect in their eyes.

Although it appears they havent got the software to do it reliably yet. The Register

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