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Disney World 2017 - 14 Day Adult Ticket Reduction £297.00

£297.00 @ American Attractions
Had heard a rumour a couple of weeks back these prices were set to drop on the 15th December, looks like it was right! Yes I know it's expensive, but definitely a hot deal compared to the daily par… Read More
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7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago
Had heard a rumour a couple of weeks back these prices were set to drop on the 15th December, looks like it was right!

Yes I know it's expensive, but definitely a hot deal compared to the daily park price.

Hope this helps someone else saving for a trip next year.

Best price at the moment and an additional £6 off per ticket if you use the MSE link and "MSE6" code too.

http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/travel/cheap-disney-florida-theme-parks

Maybe you'll even catch a Bambi Flamedeer too ;)
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#1
Not a bad price especially compared to disney website. I had my eye on floridaescapes.co.uk. £315 and that includes legoland. anyone know if its worth the extra for legoland?
#2
no idead but for only £18 difference maybe worth a visit to legoland depending on how many days you need to fill ?!
#3
Love Florida but the tickets have gone up so much and the parking is ridiculous. In the general scheme of things this is a good price but Disney is not what it used to be. Universal in my opinion is much better.
#4
I've not been since 1995 so braced for a bit of a shock!

Wanted to take another look before some of the classic stuff makes way for Starwars Land and Marvel rides.
#5
Thank you! Just saved almost £400 over Disney prices! £20 per person deposit also, so no full payment until 6 weeks prior to trip.
#6
Was waiting / hoping for this to reappear! Just purchased for next April. Thanks OP
#7
****! Paid £350 per adult a few months bak
1 Like #8
is anyone else having issues with it saying theres an internal server error everytime you clik pay? :(
1 Like #9
spliffhead
I've not been since 1995 so braced for a bit of a shock!

Wanted to take another look before some of the classic stuff makes way for Starwars Land and Marvel rides.


The stuff closing for Star Wars land has already gone. Plus Disney cant use marvel in the Florida parks
#10
I did get a couple of odd errors about applying discounts but assumed this was due to the fact the price updated before my eyes.
#11
I am looking for deals for Disney California adventure park, would be grateful for any tips, we had few prices online 3 adult 1 child 4 day pass so far coming over $1200 dollars.
We will be in la last 2 weeks of August


Edited By: Deakcracker on Dec 14, 2016 20:00: Spelling
#12
spliffhead
I did get a couple of odd errors about applying discounts but assumed this was due to the fact the price updated before my eyes.

Ahh thank you :) I ended up ringing them up and doing it as the site just wouldn't play ball for me :)
#13
Fab price but website not working grrrr
#14
just reserved some, thanks for the heads up. Was debating if it be worth it but you pay around £200 just to book two parks when over there:)
#15
Very decent
#16
Really good deal; don't forget the £/US$ exch rate has gone against recently as well, which makes this even more attractive than it may appear at first glance when compared to previous years prices.

Heat added!
#17
I believe Attraction Tickets Direct are going to be offering a deal on them tomorrow too (according to the Mrs), but I can't believe it will be any better than this one tbh.
#18
Just come back. Universal so much better than Disney in my opionion. Epcot needs something doing there really boring park.

Starwars Land, Toy Story Land and Aviator Land to open in Disney within the next few years. Fingers crossed they are as good as the plans.
Tower of terror to become Guardian of the Galaxy also.

This said the price is good considering a day ticket in the door was $100 per person and didn't allow park hopping.
#19
Florida escapes are cheaper at the moment but attraction direct will price match them as just sorted my family for next year :)
#20
williap
Florida escapes are cheaper at the moment but attraction direct will price match them as just sorted my family for next year :)
How did you do that - do you have to give them a ring?
From experience is it worth paying for the ticket protection insurance or is it ok just to take note of the ticket numbers as soon as you get them and use this to get replacements should you lose them?
#21
r10jdl
Thank you! Just saved almost £400 over Disney prices! £20 per person deposit also, so no full payment until 6 weeks prior to trip.
It gives me the £10 per ticket deposit option and I assume if you choose this option you lock in the price?
#22
Are these good for any dates?
#23
NizTizzle
Are these good for any dates?
My understanding is that you have use of the tickets for 14 days from the first day you use them so not date specific.
#24
Ski
r10jdl
Thank you! Just saved almost £400 over Disney prices! £20 per person deposit also, so no full payment until 6 weeks prior to trip.
It gives me the £10 per ticket deposit option and I assume if you choose this option you lock in the price?

Ski
williap
Florida escapes are cheaper at the moment but attraction direct will price match them as just sorted my family for next year :)
How did you do that - do you have to give them a ring?
From experience is it worth paying for the ticket protection insurance or is it ok just to take note of the ticket numbers as soon as you get them and use this to get replacements should you lose them?

Yeah, quick call and they'll price match for you straight away. I wouldn't bother with any insurance as not worth it as I always just do what you say and take a note of the ticket numbers in case of any problems.
#25
Valid from the first time you enter the park and register your finger print to them.
However, you can register them to a party memner, link all friends and family and book your fastpasses 30 days in advance. Use the MyDisneyExperience App. Dead easy.
Remember the MemoryMaker too. That's an excellent add on too
#26
Ski
williap
Florida escapes are cheaper at the moment but attraction direct will price match them as just sorted my family for next year :)
How did you do that - do you have to give them a ring?
From experience is it worth paying for the ticket protection insurance or is it ok just to take note of the ticket numbers as soon as you get them and use this to get replacements should you lose them?


Why not just buy from florida escapes if they are cheaper?
#27
Scotte
Ski
williap
Florida escapes are cheaper at the moment but attraction direct will price match them as just sorted my family for next year :)
How did you do that - do you have to give them a ring?
From experience is it worth paying for the ticket protection insurance or is it ok just to take note of the ticket numbers as soon as you get them and use this to get replacements should you lose them?
Why not just buy from florida escapes if they are cheaper?
Official Disney seller whereas I am not sure about Florida Escapes.
1 Like #28
dwalton
Just come back. Universal so much better than Disney in my opionion. Epcot needs something doing there really boring park.
Starwars Land, Toy Story Land and Aviator Land to open in Disney within the next few years. Fingers crossed they are as good as the plans.
Tower of terror to become Guardian of the Galaxy also.
This said the price is good considering a day ticket in the door was $100 per person and didn't allow park hopping.
It's only the California Tower of Terror that's changing to Guardians of the Galaxy, not the Orlando one
#29
Heat
#30
Hi - advice needed. I booked 4 tickets a few weeks ago for April next year. I have only paid 40 deposit. Am I able to cancel these lose my deposit and then rebook much cheaper tickets now! Or are you tied in when your deposit has been paid. Bought them from orlandoattractiontickets x
#31
Tweedie
Not a bad price especially compared to disney website. I had my eye on floridaescapes.co.uk. £315 and that includes legoland. anyone know if its worth the extra for legoland?


Yes Legoland is a great day out!
#32
Mizza
Hi - advice needed. I booked 4 tickets a few weeks ago for April next year. I have only paid 40 deposit. Am I able to cancel these lose my deposit and then rebook much cheaper tickets now! Or are you tied in when your deposit has been paid. Bought them from orlandoattractiontickets x


I just called them and they amended the price to the cheaper price no questions asked, FANTASTIC SERVICE!!
#33
It was OrlandoAttractions we used and they were amazing. Could not fault their service
1 Like #34
Orlando attraction tickets just reduced my prices without me even asking! Amazing service :)
#35
Does anyone know if these price reductions are just for today? Thanks
#36
emmackiedee
Does anyone know if these price reductions are just for today? Thanks
I spoke to Orlando Attractions and they said it would be until March next year but it is a chance you take. I also spoke to American Attractions and they will give you a quote that lasts for 7 days if that helps?
#37
Ski
emmackiedee
Does anyone know if these price reductions are just for today? Thanks
I spoke to Orlando Attractions and they said it would be until March next year but it is a chance you take. I also spoke to American Attractions and they will give you a quote that lasts for 7 days if that helps?
Thank you Ski
#38
Thank you OP I've bought mine with MSE discount too! Very happy as I've been waiting for these to drop missed out two weeks ago!
They honoured MSE discount even though I hadn't entered it correctly excellent customer service!
#39
Is there any offers on for Disney California?
#40
Ski
r10jdl
Thank you! Just saved almost £400 over Disney prices! £20 per person deposit also, so no full payment until 6 weeks prior to trip.
It gives me the £10 per ticket deposit option and I assume if you choose this option you lock in the price?
Sorry for delay. Yes I rang to book mine, but she assured me it would lock in the prices.The official Disney site is running a similar discount also.

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