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7 Day New York Pass £140.00 @ Attraction Tickets Direct (Includes Over 80 Attractions, Including Empire State & Top Of The Rock)!

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£140 is a great price for the 7 day New York Pass, gets you into all the main New York attractions, this is £156 to buy direct from the New York Pass website, so saving on their price again. You only…
herby247 Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago22 Comments
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going there for 5 days only.
So it's cheaper to buy 5 day pass.
New York pass didn't work for us - unless we went to other attractions we weren't planning to see in the first place.
TKTS ticket booth in times square is a real bargain for theatre tickets, we got 4 tickets for $80 each which is genuinely half price, and the show was incredible.
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Just noticed the New York Pass includes "The Ride" bus tour, which is $74 on its own approx £48!http://i188.photobucket.com/albums/z33/herby247/ride%20bus%20tour_zpsi2n9ptxm.png
More info here..... http://theridenyc.com/

Saw the bus loads of times, the folks on the bus look like they're some sort of zoo attraction, they look like real plonkers sat in traffic all doing Mexican waves...
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What's the best attractions to see, going there for only 2 days?
Well 2 days is soo little time, so plan it very well.It all depends out of all the attractions listed what interests you most and we can work out your best way to get around.
I would visit the iconic Empire State building and go for the FREE return Staten Island Ferry ride which gives a good view of Manhattan. Visit the Ground Zero site - it is impressive and not far from the Staten Island ferry terminal. China Town of an evening or the adjacent Little Italy of an evening. Depending on which day you are there and if you are artistically inclined you can get free entry in the Museum of Modern Art for 3 hours from 5pm (it houses Monets' 'Waterlillies'.)
I had a single day version of this as part of a package holiday back in 2006. In that one day I gave it a good battering. A week long could really get your money worth. All who are going to NYC, do your research and have a GREAT time.
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Empire State Building Tickets from £15.00pp Includes Skip the queue, $10 Planet Hollywood voucher & 10% off Macy's discount card @ Attraction tickets

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Was looking for a family member and thought i'd share :) These are actual physical tickets, so make sure you use the correct address. when you buy the tickets you'll get Skip the queue free (usu…
goonertillidie Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago64 Comments
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These are not the same as the VIP skip the queues are they?
You are only skipping to buy your ticket. Plus booking from a more official tickets are valid for 1 year, not 2 weeks.
Looks good option
Most people call me a miserable got, but I'll take moody ☺
Agree with comments about Top of the Rock @ The Rockefeller. We did this at around 5PM (timed entry ticket, so zero queue) and stayed up there past dusk to get day & night views (of central park and mid town, including ESB). We also did ESB first thing in the morning with pre-booked ticket. Queue skip (or whatever its called) that you get with this and the city pass is pretty much useless for the ESB as everyone has a ticket, so in US holidays you'll be queuing up to an hour regardless. We got there first thing in the morning outside of US holidays and only queued for about 20 minutes.
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Free Orlando Eys, Sealife and Orlando Eye with Orlando Ticket Purchase attraction-tickets

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Attraction tickets direct are offering free admission to the Orlando Eye, Sealife Centre and Madame Tussauds Orlando with the purchase of many of their tickets from a Disney 2 day and upwards. They ar…
sew1091 Avatar1y, 7m agoFound 1 year, 7 months ago11 Comments
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Cold just spoke with ATD and the will not include the free tickets with the price match. The price match is on a like for like ticket for ticket basis only.
mocmocamoc
I've read the T&Cs, it seems you have to buy the tickets first and then ask for a price match, they can then take the extra tickets off you
I emailed them after I had bought the tickets but they did not know that and first sent me an invoice price matching as if I had not bought them, as I said they have price matched and given me all the freebies

Edited By: sew1091 on May 03, 2015 18:32
I've read the T&Cs, it seems you have to buy the tickets first and then ask for a price match, they can then take the extra tickets off you
My mistake so how do you get a price match?
mocmocamoc
It's also only valid until 26 June, as in the tickets expire. So pretty short window.

It's valid for travel before 25th June 2016! Not 2015!

Edited By: davenmick on May 02, 2015 10:00
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LEGOLAND Florida & SeaWorld Parks Combo Ticket - Adult £99 Child £94.00 @ attraction-tickets

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Second post, first one didn't go too well so here goes. We are going to Florida in August an have been searching for park tickets, came across this one last night which seems a pretty good deal to me.…
chowarduk Avatar2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago45 Comments
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I'm struggling to find how to buy on that site? Got the info page, but there doesn't seem to be a link to anything anywhere!
Not got any interest in going to SeaWorld personally (irrespective of animal welfare concerns - my kids just aren't interested in watching animal shows), but I did want to do LEGOLAND when we go to Florida for the first time in March - my kids will be 7 & 10 and I think they'll be too old in future years.

We've already booked Disney tickets ( decided to skip Universal for this holiday, maybe do it next time) and the 2 waterparks there are the biggest attraction to my boys. Do you guys think this would be worth us doing just to get the Aquatica and LEGOLAND tickets? Or skip Aquatica and just buy a day pass to LEGOLAND? (Why does it auto-capitalise LEGOLAND evey time? Lol). We're going for 3 weeks, so will be venturing out of Disney plenty!
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what a bunch of backwards **** there are on here! anyone can make a biased documentary based on extremest views by the likes of PETA. but anyone who has ever stepped foot in a SeaWorld marine park or zoo will see the absolute highest level of care for their animals! get your own opinion you **** sheep!
So you dont mind if i snatch your child after its born then caged it and then put in older kids who beat it up many times. Thought not

again another nob who is basing seaworlds practices on the 70s you ****. all orcas are now bread in captivity
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hot hot hot!! Wish I could block all these ridiculous comments as I couldn't care less of what they say. Looking forward to more good deals as we are planning on visiting Florida soon. Thanks again for this hot deal!


Agree totally, believe me I've been looking for about 2 weeks for the est combos and sites to go on. Floridatix and park-tickets seem to be the best I've found. Good luck and have a great time.
hot hot hot!! Wish I could block all these ridiculous comments as I couldn't care less of what they say. Looking forward to more good deals as we are planning on visiting Florida soon. Thanks again for this hot deal!
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Free Legoland tix with Orlando theme park tickets

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Attraction Tickets Direct are offering free legoland tickets when you book Orlando theme park tickets. This is what it says IT'S BACK! Take advantage of the most exciting and generous offer we have f…
cass30 Avatar2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago5 Comments
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Good gifts, however park tickets can be bought substantially cheeper. Try American Attractions for a comparison.
Yes - very reliable, been around 12 years or so. Used for Disney tickets before
Are these a reputable company? Has anyone used before ?
thanks, just about to book my park tickets
Fab thank you :) Just booked the universal 3 park bonus tickets for 3 adults and 2 kids. Also got a $10 planet hollywood voucher. Exclusive gift at Florida mall. 2 kids eat free with all bookings and the 5 legoland tickets 8)




Edited By: hgvterry123 on Mar 11, 2014 16:47
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Attraction Tickets Florida @ Attraction Tickets Direct

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Just browsing for some Orlando tickets, and have just booked 5 Universal tickets with low deposit, and got 5 free Orlando dinner show tickets free, worth in the region $125. There various ticket optio…
alfafmw1 Avatar2y, 9m agoFound 2 years, 9 months ago13 Comments
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Atd are really good, never had a problem & if they aren't the cheapest just email them & they'll price match.
Also this show is hilarious! Only downside is that the didn't replenish the pizzas or drinks enough.

Would do it again but it's not included with the discovery Cove tickets :-(


Did you get tickets or vouchers for the parks? I know it'll be a voucher for the dinner show but don't want to have to queue for tickets in the parks if it can be helped.

Thanks!!
Used them before. Cheapest we could find when we booked Florida tickets and very helpful. Make sure you get tickets and not vouchers. Otherwise when you get to use them you will have to queue to exchange vouchers for tickets and then queue to get in!!
leebyron
Looking to book 14 day tickets that allow us access to everything as well as transport to Busch Gardens... Can anybody advise the best/cheapest place?

6 park combo ticket at £205 is cheapest way i have found cheaper than the flexi ticket plus try
http://www.americanattractions.co.uk/Orlando-combo-tickets/6park.php we are going in may this is best i can find.
Looking to book 14 day tickets that allow us access to everything as well as transport to Busch Gardens... Can anybody advise the best/cheapest place?
£10 pp cheaper on expedia, plus the chance of 12% quidco cashback (should take price down to just under £100 per universal ticket).
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Free 14 Day unlimited use ticket for Legoland Florida + Transprtation when buying another theme park ticket (from selected list) @ Attraction Tickets

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Not for everyone this deal. But for those going to Florida this year and buying theme park tickets, this is a great offer and a potential saving of £200. Be quick only valid throughout the mont…
imiskeen Avatar3y, 6m agoFound 3 years, 6 months ago31 Comments
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Heads up - this is back on again
Just ordered WDW Tickets, going with my 7yo in July and he is lego daft..happy daze, heat added :)

Edited By: Blackwater on May 18, 2013 10:59
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Shame legoland is built for the real young ones as this would be a decent deal. Things to be aware of though, it's just the theme park not the water park, and for a family of 4 ATD are about £75 more expensive than American Attractions and they wont price match if you take the legoland tickets, so in effect the deal is £75 for a family 14 day pass to legoland, which is great value if it's somewhere you want to go, otherwise use AA as they are cheaper. I spoke to ATD to see what alternatives there were but they just price match and couldn't really tell me why that was a good deal for me rather than buying from AA... just a good deal for them!
You are only looking at Disney tickets. When purchasing universal tickets only it actually works out at £18 for an average family of four when compared to AA so it actually depends what tickets you are buying. ;)AA have always been good for Disney tix. It difficult to find the universal tix that much cheaper, they are generally the same price wherever you look. ;)

Actually I was looking at Universal/Seaworld 6 park passes for 4 which work out £75 more expensive. Although I could just get the seaworld 3 park pass in this booking and effectively pay £32 for the legoland passes... just dont think I'd use them though... I emailed them and they said to wait until next month as the offers change monthly, does anyone know if the offers are usually this good?

Yeah, it definitely won't suit all park combos. I'm only going to go to Legoland as a change of scenery and to tick the box. I doubt the kids will want to go back after one visit, so for me it beats paying for it. ;)
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eglons
Shame legoland is built for the real young ones as this would be a decent deal. Things to be aware of though, it's just the theme park not the water park, and for a family of 4 ATD are about £75 more expensive than American Attractions and they wont price match if you take the legoland tickets, so in effect the deal is £75 for a family 14 day pass to legoland, which is great value if it's somewhere you want to go, otherwise use AA as they are cheaper. I spoke to ATD to see what alternatives there were but they just price match and couldn't really tell me why that was a good deal for me rather than buying from AA... just a good deal for them!
You are only looking at Disney tickets. When purchasing universal tickets only it actually works out at £18 for an average family of four when compared to AA so it actually depends what tickets you are buying. ;)AA have always been good for Disney tix. It difficult to find the universal tix that much cheaper, they are generally the same price wherever you look. ;)

Actually I was looking at Universal/Seaworld 6 park passes for 4 which work out £75 more expensive. Although I could just get the seaworld 3 park pass in this booking and effectively pay £32 for the legoland passes... just dont think I'd use them though... I emailed them and they said to wait until next month as the offers change monthly, does anyone know if the offers are usually this good?
eglons
Shame legoland is built for the real young ones as this would be a decent deal. Things to be aware of though, it's just the theme park not the water park, and for a family of 4 ATD are about £75 more expensive than American Attractions and they wont price match if you take the legoland tickets, so in effect the deal is £75 for a family 14 day pass to legoland, which is great value if it's somewhere you want to go, otherwise use AA as they are cheaper. I spoke to ATD to see what alternatives there were but they just price match and couldn't really tell me why that was a good deal for me rather than buying from AA... just a good deal for them!

You are only looking at Disney tickets. When purchasing universal tickets only it actually works out at £18 for an average family of four when compared to AA so it actually depends what tickets you are buying. ;)

AA have always been good for Disney tix. It difficult to find the universal tix that much cheaper, they are generally the same price wherever you look. ;)

Edited By: imiskeen on May 12, 2013 10:46
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Free Kids Admission @ Kennedy Space Center £25.00

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free kids admission (usually £20) with every adult (£25) purchased deal closes31st May also if you log onto http://www.orlando-ticket-deals.co.uk/brits get free kids eat free cards for every kid as we…
mcgowannikki Avatar5y, 7m agoFound 5 years, 7 months ago11 Comments
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As others have said, it's a great day out. Take some binoculars or a long lens on the camera to get some closeup views from the viewing area.
Definitely hot, it was on fire this morning - see BBC news.
amazing day out, i was lucky enough to see a shuttle launch back in 1998. Worth every penny.
Cracking day out! HOT!
Fantastic Deal! Just a word of caution for those taking very young children, if it's a mega hot day the buses that ferry you across the site lacked air conditioning, so make sure you have plenty of water and fans etc.
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Kennedy space ctr 1 free child with every adult £25.00 @ Attraction Tickets Direct

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Not for everyone i know but a great deal for those of us US bound. Attraction Tickets Direct are doing the general admission badge inc tour for £25 per adult which is a great price but you get one
vjeffreys Avatar5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago24 Comments
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Bought this a month ago and we visited today. Fantastic deal and KSC is brill. Gate price is $41adult and $31/child so 2adults,2children for £50 is a bargain. We got there late so didn't get to see everything but the tickets allow a return visit within the next 7 days for free. 3D imax show of the hubble telescope was good. Added bonus was seeing STS-133 on the launchpad ready for lift-off on Thursday. Thanks so much OP for posting this. We had a fantastic day and saved a packet.
This offer is still available so should not be expired. It is on till end of February
mmmmmmmmmmm ribs ....
I was there less then a week ago!!!

Loved it, so much cool stuff in the shops.

I know it's sunny and warm, but you should definitely try to watch both the IMAX movies, they're HD3D and they rock!!

Then go to Sonnys for all you can eat ribs :-)
If you do go don't waste your time doing the Star Trek "Experience" if you're over 8 or not incredibly easily impressed. The rest of the stuff is well worth the trip so avoid if at all possible.
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Universal 2-Park Bonus Ticket 2 Adults/1 Free Child 2010 @ ATD £198.00

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For a limited time Attraction Tickets Direct is offering an amazing Universal Orlando Ticket deal. Purchase TWO 2010 Universal Orlando 2-Park Bonus Adult Tickets and receive one FREE Child Ticket (3-9…
boabbyrab Avatar6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago7 Comments
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Disney let allow both food and drinks, I have friends in Security there so got the info from them, no problem. Universal should remove any drinks from you at security check points but half the time they miss things.

Refillable places at Universal and Islands are everywhere as Cadmus said, either at food outlets or kiosks, I believe still $6.99 to buy then 69cents to refill, it says on the T&C's refills only on day of puchase but who would buy another each visit?
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this is an excellent price we paid $ 134 + tax per adult and $121 + tax for our son, 2 day pack pass, no park hopping. be warned its very expensive inside the park so take drinks and snacks with you. $15.00 parking too
Universal do not allow drinks to be taken in, I was stopped this year taking a bottle of water in(think it was our easter trip). Disney have no restrictions (except alcohol)
Universal let us take bottle water in last month, as did Disney, Casmus we bought the refillable mugs and if memory serves there were 2 locations you could fill it, long walk when you have kids in tow , as most of the carts were closed for the halloween horror nights.
when we went during the summer there was LOADS of drinks/refreshment kiosk ( everyone accepts the refill mug) scattered all around the parks .... surely they didnt just have two drink stations in each park . imagine the money they would be losing if that were the case.
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this is an excellent price we paid $ 134 + tax per adult and $121 + tax for our son, 2 day pack pass, no park hopping. be warned its very expensive inside the park so take drinks and snacks with you. $15.00 parking too

Universal do not allow drinks to be taken in, I was stopped this year taking a bottle of water in(think it was our easter trip). Disney have no restrictions (except alcohol)


Universal let us take bottle water in last month, as did Disney,
Casmus we bought the refillable mugs and if memory serves there were 2 locations you could fill it, long walk when you have kids in tow , as most of the carts were closed for the halloween horror nights.
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vinylandtrinkets
this is an excellent price we paid $ 134 + tax per adult and $121 + tax for our son, 2 day pack pass, no park hopping. be warned its very expensive inside the park so take drinks and snacks with you. $15.00 parking too
Universal do not allow drinks to be taken in, I was stopped this year taking a bottle of water in(think it was our easter trip). Disney have no restrictions (except alcohol)
just buy ONE refillable mug and you can get as many cokes/pepsis/sprite/slushes etc for just a few cents or you can get free chilled filtered water too . so drinks are not going to be expensive .
vinylandtrinkets
this is an excellent price we paid $ 134 + tax per adult and $121 + tax for our son, 2 day pack pass, no park hopping. be warned its very expensive inside the park so take drinks and snacks with you. $15.00 parking too
Universal do not allow drinks to be taken in, I was stopped this year taking a bottle of water in(think it was our easter trip). Disney have no restrictions (except alcohol)
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Pirate Dinner Adventure (Orlando) - Kids go Free with Adults £31.00

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One for those lucky enough to be heading to Florida with kids in the near future. Yes I Know that the entertainment is as cheesy as Cheddar and that the food is School dinner Quality but from wha…
Tomb Avatar6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago9 Comments
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Thanks for all the replies NOT...........looks like i will give margeret MARGARET a call.
We did this and didn't enjoy it at all. Very poor show and terrible food!!
Wasn't great but the kids seemed to enjoy it.
Food was almost edible if you closed your eyes :)
I was really looking to book the Pirate Supper Adventure as the Pirate Dinner Adventure was a little too piratey for me.
Does anyone know who to ask for more infomation in my search?.
Dreadful show with dreadful food. They try to get you to upgrade to better seats at more cost and then almost demand an extortianate tip. Avoid!
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don't think you can as they are usually specific to whoever first used them up till they expire. Think you are fingerprint scanned at the entrance


Nope you can sell them, I sold ours with 4 days left on, got about £60 for 4 tickets


lol hope you paid cash otherwise i wont be surprised if you get a traceback to your cc details if they report it !
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Nope you can sell them, I sold ours with 4 days left on, got about £60 for 4 tickets


caz1cool;8947982
Were your for the orlando park or this one?


Must be Hollywood cus i was at Orlando last year and they def scanned our fingerprints so if he did sell the tickets after using them for the first time they would (probably) get turned away.
Bilk;8947857
Nope you can sell them, I sold ours with 4 days left on, got about £60 for 4 tickets


Were your for the orlando park or this one?
caz1cool;8941031
don't think you can as they are usually specific to whoever first used them up till they expire. Think you are fingerprint scanned at the entrance


Nope you can sell them, I sold ours with 4 days left on, got about £60 for 4 tickets
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mmm so could I sell my ticket out there after Ive used it to someone else for them to use ?


don't think you can as they are usually specific to whoever first used them up till they expire. Think you are fingerprint scanned at the entrance
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Discovery Cove Tickets with Swim & 14 Day Seaworld or Busch Gardens Ticket (Low Season) £124.00

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Swim tickets include: 1 days admission to Discovery Cove and reserved 30-minute dolphin swim experience Unlimited access throughout the day to the Tropical Reef, Stingray Lagoon, Serenity Bay, Wind-…
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Just booked this again for our trip in december 2010. Only 13months to go!!!!
If you want to swim with dolphins can recomend dolphin tours

http://www.floridadolphintours.com/

Two day out and you spend a good 10-15 mins in teh water with the dolphins one of the best experiances of my life
Second all the good comments...I was there 2 weeks ago... would note that its more a 'Dolphin Interaction' that a full on swim for that time!

Great Day!!
Proposed to my wife here a few years back, really cant recommend it enough. The stingray feeding is superb, also the food is amazing and its an open bar as well :)
Had a great day when I went last year. Well worth the money.
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