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Universal Studios 2 Park 14 Day Tickets - £92.00 per Adult £84 per child (other Florida tips included in the rest of the post and comments)

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Now I know first off these prices seem a lot of money to those not planning to visit the theme parks this year. However, for those of us who are and have realised there is very little in the way of 'd…
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Thanks for all the info. Toying with idea of going next year, so I can now estimate how much it will cost me.

Our friends own a villa in Davenport that they rent out, if you're genuinely interested send me a message.

Cost is £350 a week in peak period, £300 in mid season, or £250 a week off season. Villa sleeps a maximum of ten and has enough rooms and bathrooms to comfortably sleep two families of four (for an example) if you want to share you accomodation with friends or family and half your costs.
Thanks for all the info. Toying with idea of going next year, so I can now estimate how much it will cost me.
We're in Florida now. Islands of Adventure is really busy no matter what day you go (same for Hollywood Studios). This makes sense as these are the two parks with the best thrill rides.

We turned up to Islands of Adventure at 8am and avoided Harry Potter as we did that on our first visit. If you do this you can pretty much walk on every single ride in the park, more than once, as everyone has rushed to the top of the park for HP. All of he HP rides had 60 minute plus queues, even at that time. I wouldn't waste an hour queuing for flight of the Hippogriff either, it's very very short and exactly the same as Goofy's Barn Stormer in Magic Kingdom or Woody Woodpecker's Nuthouse Coaster in Universal Studios.

The only really busy ride in Universal Studios seems to be Despicable Me Minion Mayhem, with queues pretty much always an hour long (not helped by the fact it's the first ride you come to when you enter the park!). Men n Black and Simpsons can get busy, but queues are regularly around the 30 minute mark, so if you see an hour long queue go and find another ride and then come back a bit later.

Don't waste money on the universal fast passes either. They are an absolute rip off and can only be used once per ride anyway. Plan your day well and you won't need them at all.

Go in the afternoon, lunch time onward, for your first leisurely visit. Do as many of the rides as you can that have the shortest queues. Do at least one long queue. Then go at opening for your second trip (allow half an hour to park your car and get to the gates) and aim to do all the rides you avoided due to long lines the first time. This technique will guarantee you a stress free visit to the parks and maximise your time and value from your tickets.
Try Alamo get cheapest2door economy
They always are short of these then have to upgrade you first in line no queue
if not show the guy in the parking lot a twenty
Worked for me his eyes popped and he ordered us a full size Ford
Couldnt wait took a standard a Ford Fusionmore than big enough for four adults
Could have asked for anything for twenty
Dont accept any other charges upgrades decline fuel bring back full
Quidco tracked £25 on a £237 deal
Three drivers in deal
mcgowannikki
also floridaescapes.co.uk is £92 and £82 and pay by debit card

Thank you. They do have better prices, but wouldn't recommend purchases this big on a debit card as it doesn't offer you any protection on your purchase. Do they also have no charges for credit cards?
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