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5 park orlando combo ticket - universal studios, universal islands of adventre, seaworld, aquatica, busch gardens. child price age 3-9 is £139 . orders over £400 get £5 off.
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#1
cold, does not include Disney World...
#2
Hot from me....cheapest i found was Florida Escapes @ £157
#3
NottinghamChic
cold, does not include Disney World...

Thats because it's a Universal Ticket (_;)

One of the cheapest price around OP, so hot from me ;)
#4
heat added 8)
#5
Slightly cheaper at Floridatix, I think, at £151 with a $10 Planet Hollywood voucher too.

http://www.floridatix.co.uk/fab-4-package.aspx?nav=Top+Attractions
#6
Do these tickets have an expiry date?
#7
well spotted. i overlooked that as i thought it missed out a park but its classing universal as resort so all the same. the only difference is you get a free shuttle bus to busch gardens with the 5 park combi. if you contact http://www.orlando-ticket-deals.co.uk they will match any price and if you book before end april they are also doing a free $10 planet hollywood voucher and if you mention brits guide 2011 you get a free kids eat free card for kids with every kids ticket purchased :)
williamh1
Slightly cheaper at Floridatix, I think, at £151 with a $10 Planet Hollywood voucher too.

http://www.floridatix.co.uk/fab-4-package.aspx?nav=Top+Attractions
#8
Morph4471
Do these tickets have an expiry date?

They normally expire 14 days after the 1st day you use them :)
#9
i have bought previously and they usuaully expire 31st december the year purchased so 31/12/2011
Morph4471
Do these tickets have an expiry date?
1 Like #10
Whilst they're described as a combi-ticket they are, in fact, 2 separate tickets - 1 for Sea World, Aquatica and Busch Gardens and 1 for the two Universal parks. As a previous poster has mentioned, they expire 14 days after first use but if you are going to Florida for longer than this then you could ensure that you have park access to at least some of the parks for your whole holiday by not using one of the two tickets until 2 weeks before your return date.

Hope that makes sense! i.e. Weeks 1 and 2 Universal parks; weeks 2 & 3 Anheuser-Busch parks
#11
You get free transport to Busch Gardens with the fab4 ticket.
#12
Got mine from Floridatix, arrived within 3 days. Fab4 FTW
1 Like #13
NottinghamChic
cold, does not include Disney World...

Disney world are the worst parks in florida
#14
Kingo
NottinghamChic
cold, does not include Disney World...

Disney world are the worst parks in florida



depends on your age
#15
Orders over £400 get a fiver off.... oh how genrous of them! xD
1 Like #16
get a life

Kingo
NottinghamChic
cold, does not include Disney World...

Disney world are the worst parks in florida
#17
We've always bought the flex ticket before (which is also a very good price from these people). Can anyone confirm what the difference is between the flex ticket and this one? (athough it's only £5 cheaper) Also, has anyone used this company before?
#18
Billy Congo
Kingo
NottinghamChic
cold, does not include Disney World...

Disney world are the worst parks in florida



depends on your age



My 7 & 6 year old siblings both disliked the disney parks out of all the others!
1 Like #19
Just be careful not too get shot people.
#20
Reens
Billy Congo
Kingo
NottinghamChic
cold, does not include Disney World...

Disney world are the worst parks in florida



depends on your age



My 7 & 6 year old siblings both disliked the disney parks out of all the others!


Horses for courses!
1 Like #21
LifeForHire
Just be careful not too get shot people.


You are an idiot. It was tragic what happened to those to lads and also it was no where near the tourist parts of Florida. And you make a joke out of it? What's wrong with you?
1 Like #22
loveabargain
We've always bought the flex ticket before (which is also a very good price from these people). Can anyone confirm what the difference is between the flex ticket and this one? (athough it's only £5 cheaper) Also, has anyone used this company before?


The difference between the 5 park combo and the flex tickets is that the combo ticket comes as two tickets. ie universal and islands of adventure on one ticket and then Sea world, Busch gardens and aquatica on the other. its ideal for 3 week travellers as they are separate tickets with 2 week expiry dates from first use.

The combo ticket doesn't come with wet n wild whereas the flex ticket does.
#23
Any suggestions on cheap flights to USA over the summer?
1 Like #24
Floridatix is £2 cheaper and is EXACTLY the same tickets.
Ordered mine last Wednesday evening arrived Friday morning, we did the tickets separately so have two $10 vouchers for Planet Hollywood with no min spend!
#25
BillyCoff
Any suggestions on cheap flights to USA over the summer?


Check out Monarch and Cosmos, we got a real bargain.
#26
Tip for people visiting Busch Gardens - 30ish mins drive to Tampa Bay Rays Tropicana Stadium so combine it with a game of baseball. We're seeing the Yankees play there on May 16th.
#27
oddballjamie
Tip for people visiting Busch Gardens - 30ish mins drive to Tampa Bay Rays Tropicana Stadium so combine it with a game of baseball. We're seeing the Yankees play there on May 16th.


seen the anaheim angels other year whilst in LA great experience something you can say u did different than the usual stuff! good price btw.

been florida 11 times and did discovery cove for the first time last year highly recommended it :p
#28
Go and watch TNA wrestling at Universal Studios, if you're there.
#29
LifeForHire
Just be careful not too get shot people.

Good taste well done. Bet your mothers proud.
#30
Sorry mate but this is cold. Florida tix is cheaper although if you get orlandoticketdeals.com to price match florida tix at 151pp you get free delivery, no cc frees and a 10 dollar free Hollywood voucher (i was cheeky and asked and got 20!)
#31
loveabargain
We've always bought the flex ticket before (which is also a very good price from these people). Can anyone confirm what the difference is between the flex ticket and this one? (athough it's only £5 cheaper) Also, has anyone used this company before?

The only difference is that this ticket does not include wet n wild like the flex tixket. As we will be staying across the road from wet n wild the flex ticket is a must for us. Otherwise great price :-)
#32
Xx_ange_xX
loveabargain
We've always bought the flex ticket before (which is also a very good price from these people). Can anyone confirm what the difference is between the flex ticket and this one? (athough it's only £5 cheaper) Also, has anyone used this company before?


The only difference is that this ticket does not include wet n wild like the flex tixket. As we will be staying across the road from wet n wild the flex ticket is a must for us. Otherwise great price :-)

I emailed the ticket sellerslast night to ask the same question and got a reply first thing this morning. The other difference (as someone has already mentioned ) is that it consists of 2 tickets so that you can overlap your 14 days which is ideal if like us you are going for more than 2 weeks. We are also staying very close to wet and wild but find it too much of a concrete jungle (which can also get very busy with locals), preferring Aquatica instead (although I know the flumes are more extreme at W&W which is even more of a good reason for me not to got there with the kids! lol).
#33
Hi all,

Don't want to derail the thread but can anyone suggest a good way to get started looking into/booking a holiday in Florida? We want to go next summer (2012) and wondering when's the bes time to book, who to go through etc. We're 2 adults + 2 kids (they will be 7 and 5 by then). Is 5 too young for anything there like the rides at Disneyworld etc?

Cheers
#34
kaesarsosei
Hi all,

Don't want to derail the thread but can anyone suggest a good way to get started looking into/booking a holiday in Florida? We want to go next summer (2012) and wondering when's the bes time to book, who to go through etc. We're 2 adults + 2 kids (they will be 7 and 5 by then). Is 5 too young for anything there like the rides at Disneyworld etc?

Cheers


Hi, just sent you a message about this. :)
#35
kaesarsosei
Hi all,

Don't want to derail the thread but can anyone suggest a good way to get started looking into/booking a holiday in Florida? We want to go next summer (2012) and wondering when's the bes time to book, who to go through etc. We're 2 adults + 2 kids (they will be 7 and 5 by then). Is 5 too young for anything there like the rides at Disneyworld etc?

Cheers

Take a look around the internet, start searching now. We have booked up with florida4less this year and have found them to be the cheapest. Last time it was travelcity and ocean florida where quite good too. I have taken my kids at 9 months, 18 months, 3 years, this time they will be 2 and 6 and I can't wait, there is loads for them to do.

Try and book tickets etc for Disney and Universal beforehand as paying at the gate is really expensive.

It's a great holiday, you will love it :D
#36
you can also get the 6 park combo ticket which includes wet n wild for £ 170
Xx_ange_xX
loveabargain
We've always bought the flex ticket before (which is also a very good price from these people). Can anyone confirm what the difference is between the flex ticket and this one? (athough it's only £5 cheaper) Also, has anyone used this company before?

The only difference is that this ticket does not include wet n wild like the flex tixket. As we will be staying across the road from wet n wild the flex ticket is a must for us. Otherwise great price :-)
1 Like #37
Awesome, thanks !

Going to Florida in September and you've just saved me £75. Was going to book with the official sites.
#38
Final tip is get your Disney world tickets from a local Disney store in the UK, slightly cheaper than the agents at 220 for adults and you get them in hand.
#39
another tip is to go to the time share meetings if your budget is tight. my friend did this it said 4 hours was more like 6 hours they provide lunch and stuff and they sell you half price ticket bundles for disney or combinations of your choice. handy if there is a lot in your party to buy tickets for lol
oddballjamie
Final tip is get your Disney world tickets from a local Disney store in the UK, slightly cheaper than the agents at 220 for adults and you get them in hand.
#40
For me discovery cove was the best, swim with dolphins and all food etc included. That ticket includes entry to sea world, busch gardens, aquatica. Then bought separate deals to include universal and Disney etc.

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