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Gatwick- Orlando £274.00 each - 2 adults and 1 child for a total price of £822 @ Norwegian air

£274.00 @ Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA
Return flights from Gatwick to Orando Feb 2018 including during half term. I have booked these myself for 2 adults and 1 child for a total price of £822 or £274 each. These are flight only with bagga… Read More
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1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago
Return flights from Gatwick to Orando Feb 2018 including during half term. I have booked these myself for 2 adults and 1 child for a total price of £822 or £274 each.
These are flight only with baggage etc. As an add-on.
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1 Like #1
just flown to Orlando with them fliggt was on time when other flights were delayed, was impressed with service onboard too have some heat
1 Like #2
Quite enjoyed our flight with Norwegian when we went with them, They run dreamliner's so you know they're comfortable (y)

Would book this if we wasn't booking our second trip this year for November tonight lol
#3
average temperature will be 16°C for Feb. I would wait for summer flash sales.

especially for somewhere like Orlando with water parks etc..

Edited By: nyruz on Jun 13, 2017 17:53: edit
1 Like #4
JUSTANOTHERSTAR
Quite enjoyed our flight with Norwegian when we went with them, They run dreamliner's so you know they're comfortable (y)
Would book this if we wasn't booking our second trip this year for November tonight lol

Remember to post any deals ;)

Looking at going in November also - just waiting for the right price. Currently £777 for flights and 2 weeks accommodation at Clarion Inn Lake Buena Vista.
1 Like #5
Perfect time to go, very nice weather (low-mid 20's), not too busy and the best time to get bargains at the outlets.
#6
nyruz
average temperature will be 16°C for Feb. I would wait for summer flash sales.
especially for somewhere like Orlando with water parks etc..

Average weather online seems to suggest lower to mid 20s which is more than welcome in February. I don't think I could cope with the crowds in the middle of summer either.
1 Like #7
we went to Orlando for 2 weeks from the 3rd of February this year and stayed at universals cabana bay resort, had a perfect time hotel was amazing and it was low to high 20s all the time we were there.
and those flight prices are good but don't include hold baggage or meals as I was looking at booking again for next year and got all excited when I first saw these prices a few weeks ago

Edited By: neilljj on Jun 13, 2017 18:54:
#8
mtc1
Perfect time to go, very nice weather (low-mid 20's), not too busy and the best time to get bargains at the outlets.


bexg4
Average weather online seems to suggest lower to mid 20s which is more than welcome in February. I don't think I could cope with the crowds in the middle of summer either.

Mid-to-late February is actually a busy period.

https://www.undercovertourist.com/orlando/crowd-calendar/2017/https://www.undercovertourist.com/orlando/crowd-calendar/2018/
#9
mtc1
Perfect time to go, very nice weather (low-mid 20's), not too busy and the best time to get bargains at the outlets.
bexg4
Average weather online seems to suggest lower to mid 20s which is more than welcome in February. I don't think I could cope with the crowds in the middle of summer either.


Is it? Oh dear
#10
neilljj
we went to Orlando for 2 weeks from the 3rd of February this year and stayed at universals cabana bay resort, had a perfect time hotel was amazing and it was low to high 20s all the time we were there.
and those flight prices are good but don't include hold baggage or meals as I was looking at booking again for next year and got all excited when I first saw these prices a few weeks ago

Yes you have to upgrade for the extras but it's great for people on a budget.
#11
bexg4
neilljj
we went to Orlando for 2 weeks from the 3rd of February this year and stayed at universals cabana bay resort, had a perfect time hotel was amazing and it was low to high 20s all the time we were there.
and those flight prices are good but don't include hold baggage or meals as I was looking at booking again for next year and got all excited when I first saw these prices a few weeks ago
Yes you have to upgrade for the extras but it's great for people on a budget.

If you were really on a Budget that you couldn't afford hold luggage, should you be going to Florida at all ?
1 Like #12
Northerndave
bexg4
neilljj
we went to Orlando for 2 weeks from the 3rd of February this year and stayed at universals cabana bay resort, had a perfect time hotel was amazing and it was low to high 20s all the time we were there.
and those flight prices are good but don't include hold baggage or meals as I was looking at booking again for next year and got all excited when I first saw these prices a few weeks ago
Yes you have to upgrade for the extras but it's great for people on a budget.
If you were really on a Budget that you couldn't afford hold luggage, should you be going to Florida at all ?

Not everyone travels with hold luggage. I'm pretty adept at travelling with hand luggage only. Even if I do add bags I certainly wouldn't add 3x 20kg bags as it's a bit excessive. With no baggage you can add on only what you need meaning you are not paying for unnecessary extras. Also I don't think it's up to you to decide who should or should not be travelling anywhere!
1 Like #13
yeah it can be done on the cheap but so can all the holidays, but I would prefer the price to be the all in price with luggage included.
It wouldn't be so bad if it was just us 2 adults but when the kids are going and with all the cheap outlets selling decent clothes at good prices we personally needed the cases as they all cam back full.

and I think the best money saver we had on holiday was in cabana bay its self as for $19 a cup it gave us all free unlimited drinks from the coke cola freestyle machines and also the slush machine for the length of our stay.
that saved us a lot of money as the kids could go as much as they wanted for drinks
#14
neilljj
yeah it can be done on the cheap but so can all the holidays, but I would prefer the price to be the all in price with luggage included.
It wouldn't be so bad if it was just us 2 adults but when the kids are going and with all the cheap outlets selling decent clothes at good prices we personally needed the cases as they all cam back full.
and I think the best money saver we had on holiday was in cabana bay its self as for $19 a cup it gave us all free unlimited drinks from the coke cola freestyle machines and also the slush machine for the length of our stay.
that saved us a lot of money as the kids could go as much as they wanted for drinks

That does sound like a good deal! I did consider staying at disney and doing the dining plan but decided against it. It may be something I do in the future though. My plan is to bid for an upgrade to premium for the flights or just added extras that are needed but thought I'd post the deal as it was and leave the finer details to others dependent on their needs :)
#15
bexg4
Northerndave
bexg4
neilljj
we went to Orlando for 2 weeks from the 3rd of February this year and stayed at universals cabana bay resort, had a perfect time hotel was amazing and it was low to high 20s all the time we were there.
and those flight prices are good but don't include hold baggage or meals as I was looking at booking again for next year and got all excited when I first saw these prices a few weeks ago
Yes you have to upgrade for the extras but it's great for people on a budget.
If you were really on a Budget that you couldn't afford hold luggage, should you be going to Florida at all ?
Not everyone travels with hold luggage. I'm pretty adept at travelling with hand luggage only. Even if I do add bags I certainly wouldn't add 3x 20kg bags as it's a bit excessive. With no baggage you can add on only what you need meaning you are not paying for unnecessary extras. Also I don't think it's up to you to decide who should or should not be travelling anywhere!

Who said I was? Bit touchy? Just saving a little squeezing the basics into hand luggage means you miss the shopping bargains when there and you can't bring any souvenirs back with you. Any more than a week and you're using a laundry service too.

A trip to Florida is never cheap, no matter how much you convince yourself it might be. Accommodation, Food, Tips, Park tickets, Car-hire or Transport all add up.
3 Burgers Fries and a Coke in a theme park, pays for one persons luggage alone.

So yes, I stand by what I say as if you're the type of person who panics over an additional £50 on a holiday that will cost many thousands, then maybe cheaper, nearer options would be better.
#16
Northerndave
bexg4
Northerndave
bexg4
neilljj
we went to Orlando for 2 weeks from the 3rd of February this year and stayed at universals cabana bay resort, had a perfect time hotel was amazing and it was low to high 20s all the time we were there.
and those flight prices are good but don't include hold baggage or meals as I was looking at booking again for next year and got all excited when I first saw these prices a few weeks ago
Yes you have to upgrade for the extras but it's great for people on a budget.
If you were really on a Budget that you couldn't afford hold luggage, should you be going to Florida at all ?
Not everyone travels with hold luggage. I'm pretty adept at travelling with hand luggage only. Even if I do add bags I certainly wouldn't add 3x 20kg bags as it's a bit excessive. With no baggage you can add on only what you need meaning you are not paying for unnecessary extras. Also I don't think it's up to you to decide who should or should not be travelling anywhere!
Who said I was? Bit touchy? Just saving a little squeezing the basics into hand luggage means you miss the shopping bargains when there and you can't bring any souvenirs back with you. Any more than a week and you're using a laundry service too.
A trip to Florida is never cheap, no matter how much you convince yourself it might be. Accommodation, Food, Tips, Park tickets, Car-hire or Transport all add up.
3 Burgers Fries and a Coke in a theme park, pays for one persons luggage alone.
So yes, I stand by what I say as if you're the type of person who panics over an additional £50 on a holiday that will cost many thousands, then maybe cheaper, nearer options would be better.
If you saw my previous comment then would have seen that that's not my particular plan at all but either way I posted the deal as it was and I'll leave baggage decisions up to other people. FYI I did a month in Sri Lanka (as a poor student) on hand luggage and even used a washing machine so it can be done if that's what people choose to do ;)
#17
Does anyone know when Norweigan are due to release their fares to Orlando for April 2018 onwards?
1 Like #18
regardless its a decent deal if you don't need the extra luggage and as far as hiring a car save the stress and use uber they were so cheap when we went and they were always emailing and texting me discount codes it saved us a load of money and we got to just sit back and enjoy the ride
#19
jonl
Does anyone know when Norweigan are due to release their fares to Orlando for April 2018 onwards?


should be live by august mate as when I was looking last week for next February they were showing prices for then
#20
neilljj
regardless its a decent deal if you don't need the extra luggage and as far as hiring a car save the stress and use uber they were so cheap when we went and they were always emailing and texting me discount codes it saved us a load of money and we got to just sit back and enjoy the ride
Thanks for the advice I was looking at whether car hire or ubers would be the best option so that's helped me make my mind up
#21
bexg4
Is it? Oh dear

They mark it as red, but it is on the low-end of busy. You can see the individual scores if you look at the month view.

In any event I've been during the very busiest time of the year and honestly I wouldn't call it crowded, the parks are just too crowded for that.

Also different parks are busier on different days, which that site also shows so handy for planning.
#22
plebbygiraffe
bexg4
Is it? Oh dear
They mark it as red, but it is on the low-end of busy. You can see the individual scores if you look at the month view.
In any event I've been during the very busiest time of the year and honestly I wouldn't call it crowded, the parks are just too crowded for that.
Also different parks are busier on different days, which that site also shows so handy for planning.
Excellent advice. Thank you! I'm in the early stages of planning so any advice is useful. I'm currently trying to sift my way through the dibb- so much information
1 Like #23
yeah when we went in February this year the universal parks weren't very busy even on the busy days it still wasn't packed, there was a few nights when it got busy as mardi gras is on then but that was cool my little boy loved catching the beads they threw at us as the floats went past.
just download the apps for the parks just before you go and then it will tell you how long the ques are for the rides when you get to the parks.
1 Like #24
bexg4
nyruz
average temperature will be 16°C for Feb. I would wait for summer flash sales.
especially for somewhere like Orlando with water parks etc..

Average weather online seems to suggest lower to mid 20s which is more than welcome in February. I don't think I could cope with the crowds in the middle of summer either.


Sorry yes your right! I was looking at the whole day temp, mind you im tempted now. You can get away with those big hiking backpacks for hand luggage. You can get alot in those things.
#25
which dates are you selecting for Feb 2018 to get a return price of £274pp ?

The cheapest I can see is £295 and that's if you're happy going on Tuesday and coming back 4 days later.
#26
AdamBrunt
which dates are you selecting for Feb 2018 to get a return price of £274pp ?
The cheapest I can see is £295 and that's if you're happy going on Tuesday and coming back 4 days later.
I booked 13-27th although I think the addition of a child brought the price down some.
#27
bexg4
AdamBrunt
which dates are you selecting for Feb 2018 to get a return price of £274pp ?
The cheapest I can see is £295 and that's if you're happy going on Tuesday and coming back 4 days later.
I booked 13-27th although I think the addition of a child brought the price down some.
Just checked and this is still the same price
1 Like #28
Touringplans.com is what you want if your hitting the parks. Saved me so much time

Edited By: narcist on Jun 14, 2017 16:22
1 Like #29
dbizal
Remember to post any deals ;) Looking at going in November also - just waiting for the right price. Currently £777 for flights and 2 weeks accommodation at Clarion Inn Lake Buena Vista.


Just paid 1580 for 3 of us though Thomson although that was only for a week in the avanti resort...at coco key it was only £1600 ish for 2 weeks...
#30
I've just booked Christmas and new year only £819 all in !!! Virgin same dates 1600
#31
jonl
Does anyone know when Norweigan are due to release their fares to Orlando for April 2018 onwards?


they have been released a few days ago. be quick the one flight has gone up £300 in 2 days

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