Best Price I've found for 6 park combo ticket Orlando £177 @ American Attractions - HotUKDeals
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6-Park Orlando Combo Ticket
The amazing value 6-Park Orlando Combo Ticket is the cheapest way to visit 6 of Orlandos best loved Parks this summer. In addition to SeaWorld Orlando, Aquatica, Universal Studios, Universal's Islands of Adventure and Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, the ticket also includes admission to Wet n Wild® - Orlandos Original Water Park. See why its voted Americas number one water park and experience the world-class rides, quality service and more multi-passenger rides than any other water park in Orlando. The ticket is valid for 14 consecutive days and also includes entrance to Universal CityWalk®* and free return coach transportation to Busch Gardens from Orlando aboard the Busch Gardens Shuttle Express

Adult £177 Child £165
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#1
Best place to buy is in McDonalds at the ticket desk, there is a big one on International Drive and you can get a refund for any days that you don't use.
#2
Thanks for posting! Want to go for the first time at the end of summer, this looks good.
#3
hi anybody got any advice on best place to stay or who to book with looking to go to florida july/august time,
#4
tkelo
Thanks for posting! Want to go for the first time at the end of summer, this looks good.


We've decided not to do Disney this year and these were the parks the kids had said they wanted. (although they didn;t mention Aquatica)
So, for us it's a great price!

However, if you book your holiday with Virgin - not just flights as we have done - but your accommodation as well, they may be able to beat this.
#5
maibobs
hi anybody got any advice on best place to stay or who to book with looking to go to florida july/august time,


Hotel or villa?

We've always stayed in a villa. We're going back to Bella Vida in Kissimmee this year just off 192 at Medieval Times.

If it's a villa you're looking for, try ; holiday lettings, holiday rentals, owners direct

Good luck
#6
maibobs
hi anybody got any advice on best place to stay or who to book with looking to go to florida july/august time,


go to the dibb.co.uk they are experts on anything to do with disney/universal/orlando florida. best site on the net !
#7
maibobs
hi anybody got any advice on best place to stay or who to book with looking to go to florida july/august time,


Gotta be a villa rental - if there's a few of you going it's good value and you appreciate having the space, peace and quiet for relaxing after a hectic day out - just not quite the same if you're stuck in a hotel room.
#8
thanks everyone, will look into all these suggestions, it all helps when planning,
#9
Personally, I'd go for the 5 park ticket which is £157 for adults and £145 for kids. If you're going to Disney, the Disney tickets allow free admission to the Disney water parks (eg Typhoon Lagoon, Blizzard Beach etc) which, imo, are better than Wet n Wild .
for a family of 4 (2 adults and 2 kids) its £80 cheaper
#10
cameronjac
Personally, I'd go for the 5 park ticket which is £157 for adults and £145 for kids. If you're going to Disney, the Disney tickets allow free admission to the Disney water parks (eg Typhoon Lagoon, Blizzard Beach etc) which, imo, are better than Wet n Wild .
for a family of 4 (2 adults and 2 kids) its £80 cheaper


But, we're not doing Disney this year, therefore it's the best 6 park ticket
#11
tracyanne1
But, we're not doing Disney this year, therefore it's the best 6 park ticket


ah right...missed that.

ive found this...not sure if its any good to you?

£179 for adults, £166 for kids but they give you a kids eat free card with the tickets (worth £10 each )
http://www.orlando-ticket-deals.co.uk/tickets/orlando-combo-tickets.html
#12
We stay in the Quality Inn Plaza on i drive it very nice with exellent service really clean and we going back again in September x:roll::roll::roll::roll:
#13
cameronjac
Personally, I'd go for the 5 park ticket which is £157 for adults and £145 for kids. If you're going to Disney, the Disney tickets allow free admission to the Disney water parks (eg Typhoon Lagoon, Blizzard Beach etc) which, imo, are better than Wet n Wild .
for a family of 4 (2 adults and 2 kids) its £80 cheaper


Aquatica is included in the 5 park ticket and is much better than Wet & Wild, I would go for the 5 park ticket too ;-)
#14
we're going this year ...just been looking . we're going to go to discovery cove so its acually cheaper do do the ultimate discovery cove (includes unlimited Seaworld, Aquatica and Busch gardens) - costs £196 for adults. if i then add on the universal tickets, they're £85 for the 2 day ticket which works out at 281 all in.

281 for discovery cove, busch, Aquatica, seaworld, universal, universal IofA.

if i booked discovery cove plus the 5 park ticket it works out 316 so I'm well chuffed with that :)

off to look now to see if i can get universal for cheaper than 85 lol (edit...found them for 83 so far... edit...82...
#15
cameronjac
ah right...missed that.

ive found this...not sure if its any good to you?

£179 for adults, £166 for kids but they give you a kids eat free card with the tickets (worth £10 each )
http://www.orlando-ticket-deals.co.uk/tickets/orlando-combo-tickets.html


Thanks for that. I looked at this site last week and the offer was free Congo River Golf.

I'll have a think about it. We don't eat out much when we go over. We're BBQ freaks!

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