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Disney World Tickets ONLY , 14 days for the price of 7 PLUS Free Gatorland Ticket included! £289.00 PER PERSON @ Florida tix

£289.00 @ Florida Tix
Currently THE cheapest place to buy 14 day Disney tickets for ALL 6 parks! FASTPASS included – jump the queues to your favourite rides! Memory Maker worth $169 with 2016 & 2017 tickets! Unlim… Read More
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5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago
Currently THE cheapest place to buy 14 day Disney tickets for ALL 6 parks!

FASTPASS included – jump the queues to your favourite rides!

Memory Maker worth $169 with 2016 & 2017 tickets!

Unlimited-entry tickets available for 7, 14 or 21 days

Save money compared with paying at the gate

Admission to all the Disney World parks included

Come and go between the Walt Disney World parks for the life of your ticket

A must-do for first-timers in Florida – and those who come back year after year!

Free Stuff!

FREE Entry into Wild Florida Park for 2016 bookings

FREE Florida Mall vouchers to save you $$$s – for visits up until 31st Dec 2017

FREE Play 4Less voucher for great savings – for visits up until 31st Dec 2017

FREE $10 Buca di Beppo Italian Restaurant voucher for 2016 bookings

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derbywiiman
If you can do all of disney in 2 weeks and have a spare day to waste at gator land please send me your itinerary because i am sure you have missed around 35% of what Disney has to offer. heat op

Unless you are super into Disney and want to do everything, including all the stuff intended for young children, then you can do Disney in a week.
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joshandbensmummy
brummie02
Have you thought of applying to make a wish charity? It's what they do best and the parks treat you like the VIP's you are when you are there?
joshandbensmummy
Hmmm, my eldest son has terminal cancer :-( . We are planning a once in a life time trip to Florida around March time for him & his three younger brothers... I've actually done no 'planning' yet. Just asked consultants for the go ahead & a rough month. Never been to America before, should I just buy these??!!
Thanks, yes we have, his wish is to meet the England Cricket team, so that's being arranged :-) Therefore this can't be his big 'wish' but I do need to liaise with Clic Sargent to try & make it special, but just wasn't sure if I should just buy this???


I'm so sorry to hear about your son, I hope he enjoys every minute of both his wish & DisneyWorld. Best wishes to you all in 2017 I hope it's one to remember with a lot of happy memories for you all x

Edited By: jodie89 on Dec 16, 2016 00:34: Spelling mistake
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yubious
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diggerefc
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derbywiiman
If you can do all of disney in 2 weeks and have a spare day to waste at gator land please send me your itinerary because i am sure you have missed around 35% of what Disney has to offer. heat op
Unless you are super into Disney and want to do everything, including all the stuff intended for young children, then you can do Disney in a week.
Yeah agree, we have a 10 year old boy and 12 year old girl..and only plan on spending 2 poss 3 days at Disney.
That's probably pushing it.
You can do Animal Kingdom in half a day, but Epcot, Magic Kingdom and Hollywood Studios are full days.
Epcot?! biggest waste of half a day in Florida in my books, but otherwise agree with you

your doing it wrong. animal is 2 days, epcot 3.5 mgm 2, magic 4, waterparks 1 each, downtown 2 days. mini golf half day each, visiting the other hotels onsite, 2 days, watching lagoon water light show half day. honestly speaking this is full itinary mode and still wont see everything. disney is not just rides. its food, so many hidden gems. you can go to fort wildeness lodge even not as a guest and watch a movie under the stars. go see any hotel. its free. free activities etc all day. just cant use the pools.
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If you can do all of disney in 2 weeks and have a spare day to waste at gator land please send me your itinerary because i am sure you have missed around 35% of what Disney has to offer. heat op
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notavalidaddress
**** gatorland.
You gave gatorland 4 stars X)

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**** gatorland.
5 Likes #2
If you can do all of disney in 2 weeks and have a spare day to waste at gator land please send me your itinerary because i am sure you have missed around 35% of what Disney has to offer. heat op
1 Like #3
Yo I just saved 100 quid and I'm pumped, thanks!
11 Likes #4
derbywiiman
If you can do all of disney in 2 weeks and have a spare day to waste at gator land please send me your itinerary because i am sure you have missed around 35% of what Disney has to offer. heat op

Unless you are super into Disney and want to do everything, including all the stuff intended for young children, then you can do Disney in a week.
2 Likes #5
I booked my tickets with Orlando attractions, the other month when the offer was on. And this is cheaper by £60 per ticket. I phoned them and got them to price match so saved me £240!! Thanks
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derbywiiman
If you can do all of disney in 2 weeks and have a spare day to waste at gator land please send me your itinerary because i am sure you have missed around 35% of what Disney has to offer. heat op
Unless you are super into Disney and want to do everything, including all the stuff intended for young children, then you can do Disney in a week.
Yeah agree, we have a 10 year old boy and 12 year old girl..and only plan on spending 2 poss 3 days at Disney.
1 Like #7
Gatorland was one of our highlights from this summer!
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diggerefc
TwentyTwo
derbywiiman
If you can do all of disney in 2 weeks and have a spare day to waste at gator land please send me your itinerary because i am sure you have missed around 35% of what Disney has to offer. heat op
Unless you are super into Disney and want to do everything, including all the stuff intended for young children, then you can do Disney in a week.
Yeah agree, we have a 10 year old boy and 12 year old girl..and only plan on spending 2 poss 3 days at Disney.

That's probably pushing it.

You can do Animal Kingdom in half a day, but Epcot, Magic Kingdom and Hollywood Studios are full days.
1 Like #9
Thanks very much!
#10
Gatorland is quality and although I love Disney, its an interesting, fun and welcome break.

Edited By: tendaysinmay on Dec 15, 2016 20:18
1 Like #11
the Memory maker addon makes this especially worth it, thanks

Edited By: tonyhad on Dec 15, 2016 20:24
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TwentyTwo
diggerefc
TwentyTwo
derbywiiman
If you can do all of disney in 2 weeks and have a spare day to waste at gator land please send me your itinerary because i am sure you have missed around 35% of what Disney has to offer. heat op
Unless you are super into Disney and want to do everything, including all the stuff intended for young children, then you can do Disney in a week.
Yeah agree, we have a 10 year old boy and 12 year old girl..and only plan on spending 2 poss 3 days at Disney.
That's probably pushing it.
You can do Animal Kingdom in half a day, but Epcot, Magic Kingdom and Hollywood Studios are full days.
Epcot?! biggest waste of half a day in Florida in my books, but otherwise agree with you
banned#13
Good deal
#14
yeh i thought epcot was very dull but seems popular with most, if your tight on schedule i would drop epcot but everwhere else great, specially water parks
#15
Epcot is fantastic spend £6000+ on trip to Disney and where do you eat England for Fish & Chips.
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yubious
TwentyTwo
diggerefc
TwentyTwo
derbywiiman
If you can do all of disney in 2 weeks and have a spare day to waste at gator land please send me your itinerary because i am sure you have missed around 35% of what Disney has to offer. heat op
Unless you are super into Disney and want to do everything, including all the stuff intended for young children, then you can do Disney in a week.
Yeah agree, we have a 10 year old boy and 12 year old girl..and only plan on spending 2 poss 3 days at Disney.
That's probably pushing it.
You can do Animal Kingdom in half a day, but Epcot, Magic Kingdom and Hollywood Studios are full days.
Epcot?! biggest waste of half a day in Florida in my books, but otherwise agree with you

Are you kidding me?
World showcase is good
Plus the best/most famous ride in the whole of the Disney resort is there................It's a small world :D
5 Likes #17
notavalidaddress
**** gatorland.
You gave gatorland 4 stars X)
3 Likes #18
TwentyTwo
derbywiiman
If you can do all of disney in 2 weeks and have a spare day to waste at gator land please send me your itinerary because i am sure you have missed around 35% of what Disney has to offer. heat op
Unless you are super into Disney and want to do everything, including all the stuff intended for young children, then you can do Disney in a week.

why would you pay nearly 300 each if your not super into disney?
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yubious
TwentyTwo
diggerefc
TwentyTwo
derbywiiman
If you can do all of disney in 2 weeks and have a spare day to waste at gator land please send me your itinerary because i am sure you have missed around 35% of what Disney has to offer. heat op
Unless you are super into Disney and want to do everything, including all the stuff intended for young children, then you can do Disney in a week.
Yeah agree, we have a 10 year old boy and 12 year old girl..and only plan on spending 2 poss 3 days at Disney.
That's probably pushing it.
You can do Animal Kingdom in half a day, but Epcot, Magic Kingdom and Hollywood Studios are full days.
Epcot?! biggest waste of half a day in Florida in my books, but otherwise agree with you

your doing it wrong. animal is 2 days, epcot 3.5 mgm 2, magic 4, waterparks 1 each, downtown 2 days. mini golf half day each, visiting the other hotels onsite, 2 days, watching lagoon water light show half day. honestly speaking this is full itinary mode and still wont see everything. disney is not just rides. its food, so many hidden gems. you can go to fort wildeness lodge even not as a guest and watch a movie under the stars. go see any hotel. its free. free activities etc all day. just cant use the pools.
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yubious
TwentyTwo
diggerefc
TwentyTwo
derbywiiman
If you can do all of disney in 2 weeks and have a spare day to waste at gator land please send me your itinerary because i am sure you have missed around 35% of what Disney has to offer. heat op
Unless you are super into Disney and want to do everything, including all the stuff intended for young children, then you can do Disney in a week.
Yeah agree, we have a 10 year old boy and 12 year old girl..and only plan on spending 2 poss 3 days at Disney.
That's probably pushing it.
You can do Animal Kingdom in half a day, but Epcot, Magic Kingdom and Hollywood Studios are full days.
Epcot?! biggest waste of half a day in Florida in my books, but otherwise agree with you

regreid
yubious
TwentyTwo
diggerefc
TwentyTwo
derbywiiman
If you can do all of disney in 2 weeks and have a spare day to waste at gator land please send me your itinerary because i am sure you have missed around 35% of what Disney has to offer. heat op
Unless you are super into Disney and want to do everything, including all the stuff intended for young children, then you can do Disney in a week.
Yeah agree, we have a 10 year old boy and 12 year old girl..and only plan on spending 2 poss 3 days at Disney.
That's probably pushing it.
You can do Animal Kingdom in half a day, but Epcot, Magic Kingdom and Hollywood Studios are full days.
Epcot?! biggest waste of half a day in Florida in my books, but otherwise agree with you
Are you kidding me?
World showcase is good
Plus the best/most famous ride in the whole of the Disney resort is there................It's a small world :D

Small world is in Magic Kingdom. Not Epcot.
#21
regreid
yubious
TwentyTwo
diggerefc
TwentyTwo
derbywiiman
If you can do all of disney in 2 weeks and have a spare day to waste at gator land please send me your itinerary because i am sure you have missed around 35% of what Disney has to offer. heat op
Unless you are super into Disney and want to do everything, including all the stuff intended for young children, then you can do Disney in a week.
Yeah agree, we have a 10 year old boy and 12 year old girl..and only plan on spending 2 poss 3 days at Disney.
That's probably pushing it.
You can do Animal Kingdom in half a day, but Epcot, Magic Kingdom and Hollywood Studios are full days.
Epcot?! biggest waste of half a day in Florida in my books, but otherwise agree with you
Are you kidding me?
World showcase is good
Plus the best/most famous ride in the whole of the Disney resort is there................It's a small world :D

Small world is in Magic Kingdom. Epcot is very good, Test Track, Soarin, youngsters like Frozen ride. Its also a good place for veggie food. Epcot can be done in half a day. Arrive as the gates open, head straight for Soarin or Test Track and have booked fast passes for other rides straight after. You can park at Magic Kingdom and get the train, or you can park at Epcot and use the parking receipt at any other Disney park in the same day. Have to add that Epcots World Showcase is a long walk, very interesting, but not fun on a scorching day. Although pop to the coca cola Club Cool for endless free drinks.
#22
ahh yes sorry my apologies.
I think i may have gotten mixed up with the boat ride in 1 of the countires, might be Mexico...the most boring ride i have every been on lol

If you have never been to Disney then it is hard not to spend a day in most parks, more in some of them
#23
Hope they do somethung similar for Universal. Booked for July 2017. Yet to buy park tickets. X
1 Like #24
I have already booked tickets but only paid a deposit, with Orlando Attractions. This offer is a lot better!!! Will I be able to get them to price match did someone say?
#25
Also a big fan of Epcot, good chance of pace, doesn't have to be all rollercoasters or nothing
#26
Does anyone know if Disney quest is still available with these tickets? Can't find any info on it

Awesome place but meant to be closing next year!!
5 Likes #27
Hmmm, my eldest son has terminal cancer :-( . We are planning a once in a life time trip to Florida around March time for him & his three younger brothers... I've actually done no 'planning' yet. Just asked consultants for the go ahead & a rough month. Never been to America before, should I just buy these??!!
5 Likes #28
Have you thought of applying to make a wish charity? It's what they do best and the parks treat you like the VIP's you are when you are there?
joshandbensmummy
Hmmm, my eldest son has terminal cancer :-( . We are planning a once in a life time trip to Florida around March time for him & his three younger brothers... I've actually done no 'planning' yet. Just asked consultants for the go ahead & a rough month. Never been to America before, should I just buy these??!!
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brummie02
Have you thought of applying to make a wish charity? It's what they do best and the parks treat you like the VIP's you are when you are there?
joshandbensmummy
Hmmm, my eldest son has terminal cancer :-( . We are planning a once in a life time trip to Florida around March time for him & his three younger brothers... I've actually done no 'planning' yet. Just asked consultants for the go ahead & a rough month. Never been to America before, should I just buy these??!!
Thanks, yes we have, his wish is to meet the England Cricket team, so that's being arranged :-) Therefore this can't be his big 'wish' but I do need to liaise with Clic Sargent to try & make it special, but just wasn't sure if I should just buy this???
#30
Do you just buy the tickets then you can decide when you are going? Are they valid for the whole of 2017 so you can then decide what dates after?
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joshandbensmummy
brummie02
Have you thought of applying to make a wish charity? It's what they do best and the parks treat you like the VIP's you are when you are there?
joshandbensmummy
Hmmm, my eldest son has terminal cancer :-( . We are planning a once in a life time trip to Florida around March time for him & his three younger brothers... I've actually done no 'planning' yet. Just asked consultants for the go ahead & a rough month. Never been to America before, should I just buy these??!!
Thanks, yes we have, his wish is to meet the England Cricket team, so that's being arranged :-) Therefore this can't be his big 'wish' but I do need to liaise with Clic Sargent to try & make it special, but just wasn't sure if I should just buy this???


I'm so sorry to hear about your son, I hope he enjoys every minute of both his wish & DisneyWorld. Best wishes to you all in 2017 I hope it's one to remember with a lot of happy memories for you all x

Edited By: jodie89 on Dec 16, 2016 00:34: Spelling mistake
#32
This seems like good value now, I remember my first trip to Disney the tickets were £180 :(

Still, the way ticket prices were going they must have had a massive downturn in sales. Disney itsself though? Brilliant for all ages.
#33
tonyhad
the Memory maker addon makes this especially worth it, thanks
It's standard with these tickets now. It's good though.
#34
joshandbensmummy
Hmmm, my eldest son has terminal cancer :-( . We are planning a once in a life time trip to Florida around March time for him & his three younger brothers... I've actually done no 'planning' yet. Just asked consultants for the go ahead & a rough month. Never been to America before, should I just buy these??!!
Very sorry to hear this. Try to stay on site
banned 2 Likes #35
Unless you have been to Disney, then you won't know how big the place is and how tiring walking around in the heat is. Your feet take a pounding just queueing (even with fastpasses). Love the place, been there 3 times and hope to go back in 2018. But 1 week your body will be broken and you won't be able to do everything.

PS. Epcot is the best place for food with Disney Springs!
#36
joshandbensmummy
brummie02
Have you thought of applying to make a wish charity? It's what they do best and the parks treat you like the VIP's you are when you are there?
joshandbensmummy
Hmmm, my eldest son has terminal cancer :-( . We are planning a once in a life time trip to Florida around March time for him & his three younger brothers... I've actually done no 'planning' yet. Just asked consultants for the go ahead & a rough month. Never been to America before, should I just buy these??!!
Thanks, yes we have, his wish is to meet the England Cricket team, so that's being arranged :-) Therefore this can't be his big 'wish' but I do need to liaise with Clic Sargent to try & make it special, but just wasn't sure if I should just buy this???

These are only about £10 per person less than what you can get elsewhere like https://www.orlandoattractions.com/tickets/disney-14-day-ultimate-2017

Gatorland is a £12.80 ticket. All the other freebies are pretty standard.

If your also going to do Universal, then you may get a better deal buying combo type tickets.

If you haven't already looked into it, check the flights and accommodation prices. As the difference in savings shopping around for these can be £1K's not just £10 in this deal.

IMHO This deal isn't something to jump on if you haven't already got the rest of the holiday parts planned.

Best wishes




Edited By: W1zz on Dec 16, 2016 07:00: Edit
#37
Frustrated as we have bought our Disney tickets already!!! Great prices though
#38
cottontop74
Frustrated as we have bought our Disney tickets already!!! Great prices though

See post #5. A member was able to get tickets price matched - worth a try ;)
2 Likes #39
Is this price including flights hotel and park entry
#40
I booked these (http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/disney-world-2017-14-day-ultimate-ticket-with-free-cirque-du-soleil-ticket-2577790#post29567799) last night. I had already paid a £10 deposit for Disney/Universal tickets at another company several weeks ago when they were saying they were about to raise prices due to Brexit and the weak Pound. Prices seem to have fallen since then as all the main providers seem to have better deals. Maybe they are worried visitors from the UK will be down. The Cirque tickets are not really free as Sarahjc88 points out but cheaper than booking separately.

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