ORLANDO FLORIDA NEW ( Harry Potter Theme Park) 14 day unlimited Islands of Adventure / Universal 2-Park Bonus Ticket 2010 £75 Adult £70 Child - HotUKDeals
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ORLANDO FLORIDA NEW ( Harry Potter Theme Park) 14 day unlimited Islands of Adventure / Universal 2-Park Bonus Ticket 2010 £75.00 Adult £70 Child

£75.00 @ travel republic
If anyone is going to Florida and wants to go to the Universal Studios & Universals Islands of Adventure® (This will also include the New Harry Potter theme park based in Universals Islands of Advent… Read More
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If anyone is going to Florida and wants to go to the Universal Studios & Universals Islands of Adventure®
(This will also include the New Harry Potter theme park based in Universals Islands of Adventure®) you can now get a 14 day unlimited pass for just £75 for an Adult & £70 for a child (3-9)


Universal 2-Park Bonus Ticket New for 2009/2010!

A brand new ticket for customers visiting Universal Orlando Resort in 2009, the Universal 2-Park Bonus Ticket offers unlimited admission to both Universals Islands of Adventure® and Universal Studios Florida® for up to 2 weeks. Tickets are activated the first time you visit one of the parks and you can visit both of the parks as many times as you like during this period. This great value ticket also includes all-club access to the live entertainment at Universal CityWalk®.

Ticket is valid for up to fourteen (14) consecutive days including the first day any theme park or CityWalk portion of the ticket is used. The Universal CityWalk® component of a ticket is not valid for separately ticketed concerts and special events. Some venues require ages 21 or older for admission. Valid photo ID required. Does not include admission to Universal Cineplex 20, an AMC Theatre or the Blue Man Group show. Subject to availability

You can also buy from other sites such as http://www.attraction-tickets-direct.co.uk/ who are a little more expensive but will price match and also offer a pay 10% now and balance 6 weeks prior to departure.
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#1
OP. Excellent Price..good spot
#2
Brillian i am going xmas (again ) and this is a fantastic price will def be ordering my tickets through them H&R given :thumbsup:
#3
anyways back on topic! this is a good price but try contacting attraction tickets direct, they may match the price & i've always had GREAT service from them!

also for £152 (£169 with busch gardens) you can get the flexiticket which also lets you into aquatica, seaworld & wet n wild.

cant wait to go back! we saw hogwarts in october last year right at the back of universal! we'll be going for xmas next year! :)
#4
Just did a price match by phoning up Attraction Tickets Direct with no problems. Be aware though that this price won't stay for long as these are older style tickets that are being sold off. A newer style ticket is being sold now which is set out per day visit as opposed to 14 day unlimited use.
#5
Just done a bit of research for anyone going out soon, if you only want to visit one of the other attractions like Aquatica, Wet and Wild or SeaWorld for one day then it is cheaper to buy these 2 park tickets and add a single day trip to the 3 memtioned above (can be £50 per adult for one day to each individual park) , if you think you want to visit Seaworld etc. more than once in 14 days then it works out cheaper to buy the Orlando flex tickets instead as you also only pay once for parking no matter how many parks you vist on a single day.

Hope that helps anyone deciding which ticket to go for?
#6
quidditys_shore

we've been to florida twice over the last 2 years. the only thing that happens is a sniffer dog walks around everyone whos waiting to get in. then ONE fingerprint is taken & a photo on a webcam.

this has now changed, we went to orlando on the 4th of jan this year and the new procedure is as follows
esta must be completed before you go
tour operator must be given advance information of your passport details and 1st night address
above info needs to be repeated on aircraft
on arrival you are photographed, all ten digits are electronically scanned, your retinal pattern may also be taken (ours was but it seemed to be random in that some queues were done whilst others weren't)
they also pick people at random to do a secondary check where your luggage is searched

plus disney and the other theme parks also take your print everytime you enter one of the parks
#7
Thanks guys -

Going for our first time on October - bloomin ecstatic - I love fantasy things and movies so this place will be like my mecca! Woohooo!

I only wanna visit US, IOA (both with the above ticket) and only seaworld not the rest, so will look into it

Now - just Disney tickets to go! :w00t:
#8
before you buy the above you might want to take a look at busch gardens as well. as the flexticket plus not only gives you entry to busch gardens but also free transport from seaworld. its a fantastic day out (probably 2 or 3 days actually) and if you like coasters its a must. when we go again we'll definitely buy the flex+ again as seaworld needs 2 days as well as busch gardens, aquatica and wet'n'wild.
#9
wolf359
plus disney and the other theme parks also take your print everytime you enter one of the parks


They scan your fingerprint and link it to your ticket so you dont abuse the system. Its hardly some conspiracy to collect fingerprints like you are making out....
#10
this seems a great deal we are going back in august seriously considering it, on a personal note does anyone have any discount codes for disney i know about the 14 day ultimate ticket offer and disney's website seems to be cheapest at £210 adult and £183 child but does any one have a code to make it even cheaper as there are 3 adults and 3 children going, thanks in advance if anyone can help.

heat and rep for post
#11
i'm not making out its any conspiracy at all. in fact i have no problem with it, i was merely pointing out the procedure involved. the only caveat i would add is that make sure you have ID with you going to the parks as seaworld's fingerprint scanner wouldn't recognise my wife's prints on the second visit and it was a nightmare to get in.
#12
pay a visit to thedibb.co.uk its a fab site were everyone is there to help you with anything disney/florida
#13
agree thedibb is just the best site for all things Orlando!
#14
We were thinking of taking the kids to florida this year especially since they're crazy harry potter fans.

Thanks :thumbsup:

Charlie Brown
#15
nictry
Just done a bit of research for anyone going out soon, if you only want to visit one of the other attractions like Aquatica, Wet and Wild or SeaWorld for one day then it is cheaper to buy these 2 park tickets and add a single day trip to the 3 memtioned above (can be £50 per adult for one day to each individual park) , if you think you want to visit Seaworld etc. more than once in 14 days then it works out cheaper to buy the Orlando flex tickets instead as you also only pay once for parking no matter how many parks you vist on a single day.

Hope that helps anyone deciding which ticket to go for?


Thanks for doing the research appreciated :)

Charlie Brown
#16
charlie brown
We were thinking of taking the kids to florida this year especially since they're crazy harry potter fans.

Thanks :thumbsup:

Charlie Brown


just so you know, this price is for tickets that end before harry potter opens. it goes up in price after that so may be worth getting the flexiticket/flexiticket+
#17
Do these have an expiry date?
#18
quidditys_shore
just so you know, this price is for tickets that end before harry potter opens. it goes up in price after that so may be worth getting the flexiticket/flexiticket+

Noted :thumbsup:

Cheers.

Charlie Brown
#19
Actually, Disney don't scan fingerprints, the scanners measure the size of your fingers....not that it makes much difference.
#20
I just managed to get them for the last 2 weeks of May. Don't know when HP is opening.
#21
this is making me want to go back :w00t:
we used these 14 day tickets and they worked out good value for us. we also bought a seperate ticket at the gate for seaworld ( 2nd visit free if in 7 days of original) and what i liked about them is the fact you could do both parks in the same day if you wanted to do a few rides in each, we did this several times. disney parks call this hopping and its not available on all disney tickets ;)
think it was about $14 parking too which can add up ;-)
the harry potter world looked impressive and im sure will be excellent once open, the castle looked massive. did i mention i want to go back :roll:
#22
Combine this offer with this one for 3 park Seaworld, Busch Gardens and Aqautica and you get the equivalent of a Flexiticket+ for £143 but without the free transport to Tampa for Busch Gardens. That's a saving of £9!

http://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/Attractions/ProductDetail.aspx?PI=376

EDIT: Just realised you would not get Wet n Wild if you did this. Might be handy for some people though.
#23
irradiated

the harry potter world looked impressive and im sure will be excellent once open, the castle looked massive. did i mention i want to go back :roll:

it looks very impressive indeed, although it looks nowhere near finished yet. the castle looks massive until you see somebody working on it LOL then the false perspective is broken and its much smaller than it appears. we saw more people taking photos (myself included) of the unfinished harry potter section than the rest of the parks put together.
#24
eilz
Do these have an expiry date?


No they do not have an expiry date. The are activated from first use and you can then use them for 14 days.

You can also use these to get into the Harry Potter theme park, which will be in part of the Islands of Adventure. It is due to open up in Spring this year. They have started doing the adverts on ITV as I have seen them for the last two nights.

Adrian
#25
irradiated
this is making me want to go back :w00t:
disney parks call this hopping and its not available on all disney tickets ;)
think it was about $14 parking too which can add up ;-):


we were like that in october 2008 as soon as we landed! we told everyone about it & how wonderful it was & that they should go, then it hit us at xmas....... why not get married over there?! it would be even better than the first visit & it ment that the family would actually get off there backsides & do a BIG holiday! so exactly a year later we were back there & married at cypress grove :-D

as for the parking, it was $12 for disney, $14 for universal. you could buy parking in 1 disney park & use it for all other disney parks that day :) not sure about universal though. however disney do free monorail & buses that are very regular so you could park in 1 park & then just use disney transport all day :)
#26
Hello,

Instantly attracted to this thread by the word 'Florida' :o)

Anyway, Florida Tix have this offer for £77 with the but child is £71......

Just throwing it into the mix if you've bought from them before (like me - very reliable ticket agent) - says lowest price guaranteed too so they'll probably price match.
#27
quidditys_shore
just so you know, this price is for tickets that end before harry potter opens. it goes up in price after that so may be worth getting the flexiticket/flexiticket+


No that's not correct, tickets only show an issue date not an expiry date. I bought them when they were £72 and have them to use for August.
The flexticket isn't that great value and if you can live without Wet N Wild your better off getting this offer and the Worlds of Discovery 3 park ticket (about £68 an adult) which is Busch, Seaworld and Aquatica for 14 days.

And as another point the Worlds of Discovery 3 park ticket says it does include coach transport to Busch.
#28
quidditys_shore
so exactly a year later we were back there & married at cypress grove :-D


was that october this year?? if so you could have invited me, thats when i was there and for anyone wanting to experience halloween american style its a great day/night out. its the first time in years my wife said i didnt look out of place, not sure what she ment but it made her laugh :?
as for parking at universal, theres just one massive multistorey complex for both parks/citywalk.
park the car and then you walk/ride on the conveyour belts and turn left or right at the end depending on which park you want. both parks have their own turnstyles
god i want to go back NOW!
#29
nictry;7670955
Just done a bit of research for anyone going out soon, if you only want to visit one of the other attractions like Aquatica, Wet and Wild or SeaWorld for one day then it is cheaper to buy these 2 park tickets and add a single day trip to the 3 memtioned above (can be £50 per adult for one day to each individual park) , if you think you want to visit Seaworld etc. more than once in 14 days then it works out cheaper to buy the Orlando flex tickets instead as you also only pay once for parking no matter how many parks you vist on a single day.

Hope that helps anyone deciding which ticket to go for?

Flex ticket works out dearer. If you use the option by OP to buy Universal at £75, a 3 park ticket for Busch, Seaworld and Aquatic will cost £68 from Viator.com. A flexticket will cost in the region of £169 (for April 2010 onwards) and the only difference is you get Wet and Wild included. Which if going to Aquatica, there is no need to visit Wet and Wild (IMO)
#30
irradiated

god i want to go back NOW!


Lol! And I want to GO, NOW!

Glad i picked (early) October for our first visit, seems a great month to go :thumbsup:
#31
AnitaBlaggit
Lol! And I want to GO, NOW!

Glad i picked (early) October for our first visit, seems a great month to go :thumbsup:


we went at the end, no queue's and great weather and best of all was halloween. having said that, anytime is good to go :p
#32
irradiated
was that october this year?? if so you could have invited me, thats when i was there and for anyone wanting to experience halloween american style its a great day/night out. its the first time in years my wife said i didnt look out of place, not sure what she ment but it made her laugh :?


yeah it was! LOL 6th october to be precise! couldve only invited 1 anyways as there was a limit of 12 people for the reception :thumbsup:

we've done halloween at universal both times. 1st time was bloody mary & we only did 3 houses as someone grabbed the wifes leg (:whistling: LOL) which pushed her over the edge into pure terror! 2nd time was ripped from the silver screen, did3 houses again but shouldve come back for another night had it not been for our alamo rental car breaking down at universal carpark (wouldnt open!) we'd spent the last hour on the water rides knowing we were going back to get changed then back again for haloween, but ended up missing it :(

well next year it'll be end of november begining of december for 2 weeks so will do mickeys christmas party :)
#33
Im going in May for 3 weeks, just dont know where to start with tickets!
We have 4 adults, a 2 and 5 year old coming so disney, seaworld and universal are musts! So many ticket choices i dunno which one to go for!
#34
Baby Smurf.
I go in May too for 3 weeks. We go so much we have annual Disney Passes but you would be best getting 21 day ultimate ticket for Disney. Of course your youngest wont need a ticket. Attractions tickets direct are good as you get actual ticket rather than a voucher that you then have to queue up for to exchange for tkt when you get there. The ultimate includes everything Disney, all the parks, waterparks, DisneyQuest, Pleasure Island etc etc.
#35
I just phoned them direct and they told me the tickets expire end DEC 2010!!!! I was thinking of going Feb2011 :x
#36
This deal is well tight I wanted to go this year but money is just to tight.This post is one BIG tease.
Voted hot
#37
Eilz. There will be deals on again then. I would wait myself. Personally I would just go for the standard 2 day 2 park pass where you get 3rd day free. On a 14 day holiday it is enough to go to IOA for 2 days and Universal Studios 1 day, anymore than 3 days and you will be going round in circels. 3 days is well enough and the rest at Disney/Seaworld etc etc.
#38
Reddwarfposse5
Flex ticket works out dearer. If you use the option by OP to buy Universal at £75, a 3 park ticket for Busch, Seaworld and Aquatic will cost £68 from Viator.com. A flexticket will cost in the region of £169 (for April 2010 onwards) and the only difference is you get Wet and Wild included. Which if going to Aquatica, there is no need to visit Wet and Wild (IMO)


we paid £149 for our flex+ tickets. found the price online and the travel agent matched it. for those who don't like buying from online companies
#39
Hopefully this does not get deleted but if it does, so be it. I am only trying to help the posters who state they are going to Florida this year we all need to save as much as we can.

DO NOT buy Flextickets because they are currently overpriced!! I write an Orlando travel guide and I have a secret section of special offers and news etc that is only available to readers of the guide but I will give you the link. Read the topic on this page called "Don't buy a Flexticket" and you will see how to save around £20 a person for tickets that will get you to Busch gardens as well.

http://www.mrbrit.co.uk/mr_brits_orlando_news.htm


Hopefully it stays a while :?
#40
BabySmurfette
Im going in May for 3 weeks, just dont know where to start with tickets!
We have 4 adults, a 2 and 5 year old coming so disney, seaworld and universal are musts! So many ticket choices i dunno which one to go for!


it all depends on wether you want water parks or not. i think the 14 day disney ticket is a given for all of you! then its do you just get the 2 park universal & maybe goto seaworld as well?

i myself would get the flexiticket (not the plus. it only adds busch gardens & is an all day thing. but only about £7 more. worth being done once in your life but thats it!) as atleast you are covered for whatever you want to do!

another thing, as there are 6 of you going then try contacting attraction tickets direct & asking for a group quote http://www.attraction-tickets-direct.co.uk/attract/request-a-quote.htm

thats what we did last year & they knocked a bit more off the ticket prices for us! :thumbsup:

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