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2017 ALL Disney 6 Park, Universal 3 Park (Inc Volcano Bay), + Seaworld 3 Park £660.00 PER PERSON Using Code @ orlandoattractiontickets.co.uk

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orlandoattractiontickets.co.uk currently have their passport Orlando tickets on black Friday offer for £665, 14 days use as MUCH as you like, park hopping included!! Use code : BF5 for £5 off per tic…
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Cheaper getting the £600 two-park ticket which doesn't involve any dolphin abuse!!
Aye cause there's tons of dolphins at Busch Gardens!
Cheaper getting the £600 two-park ticket which doesn't involve any dolphin abuse!!
Danny the source is the companies themselves, Disney have sanctioned a price cut but the vendors jumped the gun, price reduction will come in around 15th.

I know this as I got the 14 day ultimates for £290 from OA but they will not be delivered till Jan as they have not got the reduced tickets from Disney yet.

Have faith, you have nothing to loose!
Quite a few people mentioning special deals coming out on 15th December?! What is the source of these rumours?

Would be a good way to entice UK visitors with the £ against $ at a rock bottom low.
diggerefc
And code isn't working for some reason


​Eh it was a black Friday offer As DETAILED in the op.
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The Orlando Passport, 14 Days At Disney, Universal, IOA, Busch Gdns, Sea World & Aquatica £526.00 (Using Code) @ orlandoattractiontickets.co.uk

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Use code MSE5 for £5 off to get £526 This seems great value and includes........ The Orlando PassPort Ticket offers 14 days unlimited access to: Magic Kingdom Epcot Disney's Hollywood S…
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Used it on my 14 Day Disney Passed saved £10 off with that code MSE5 :)
phunkyphil
save money and just get the ultimate ticket, it doesn't include Disney, which is a good thing coz it's crap if you're over 7 years old but it has everything else. I go in 6 weeks...Can't wait!

not really the deal here though is it? its for people who want to go disney

Edited By: cokezone1112 on Apr 27, 2016 12:46
save money and just get the ultimate ticket, it doesn't include Disney, which is a good thing coz it's crap if you're over 7 years old but it has everything else. I go in 6 weeks...Can't wait!
thanks, gosh i need to do a lot of research before booking an orlando trip. lots of deals coming up lately
fresia
£40pp to be at 9 places at once! Magic
My advice...don't over ticket


​11 parks actually, my advice is been there done it, got the t shirt, have fun!
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2017 Florida tickets now available best price around for the Orlando passport £557.00 at Orlando Attraction Tickets

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Adult price 2017 £557 child £532 for the Orlando passport ticker 14 days Disney 14 days universal 14 days sea world 3 park also add on items 14day legoland for £19 per adult and child includes me…
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You should have a option to click on 2016 or 2017 tickets
I've had a look at the Orlando Passport ticket for next year. It clearly says the Universal section must be used before 18/12/2016. How can I do this when I'm not travelling til 2017?!

Or is it just an error meant for the 2016 tickets?

I'm going for 3 weeks next year and this looks like the best deal to me. Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks
zx636r
Two weeks self catering in Syria has more appeal to me......

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​go there then
mattinhull
Any deals on seaworld only tickets

IMO you're better getting discovery cove ticket which gives you 2 weks free access to Seaworld. Its more expensive but a trip to Orlando withiot doing discovery cove is a wasted journey (personal opinion)
happymanuk
I haven't voted either way, but as a regular to Orlando this sounds quiet expensive - although I know Disney isn't cheap, it may work out cheaper to just purchase them separately for the number of days you are actually going to use them ??

I agree, I've been 6 times since 2007 and don't think this is a good deal
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Free $10 disney gift card with disney theme parks tickets in orlando

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Just seen good offer if you are going to florida. If you buy any Disney theme park ticket for Orlando this weekend you will get a free $10 gift card for each Disney ticket you buy. The gift cards c…
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14 day Legoland Florida & Legoland Waterpark Unlimited Entry £51.00 @ orlandoattractiontickets

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Cheapest I've found this cracking little ticket for is £51 adult/ £48 children 3-12 from http://www.orlandoattractiontickets.co.uk Paid the same last year. Great park for the younger or timid kids.…
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£199 each next weekend with Thomson!
Car hire from £230 fully inc 2 wks
Villa with pool from £350-400 pw
Great price, have some heat :)
Cool, now just the small matter of plane tickets and accommodation lol
good find
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Orlando THEME PARK Tickets ONLY, ALL Disney, ALL Universal, ALL Seaworld (14 Days) £478.00 PER ADULT (USING CODE MSE5) @ Orlandoattractiontickets

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I am off to Orlando soon and have been keeping an eye on the ticket prices, Orlando attraction tickets.co.uk offer a GREAT value ticket for whats included IMHO! There was a similar deal to this pos…
herby247 Avatar1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago71 Comments
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Planning to go third week of August , will this be good then? Any good websites for flights and accommodation would be welcomed as it's the school holidays and most things are over priced then
I managed to book 3 weeks from mid august to early september including flights from UK for £1100 each, shopping around or booking flights and hotel seperate saves a lot.
Don't forget the code will only take £5 off DISNEY tickets (as confirmed by the representative I spoke to online).
Orlando THEME PARK Tickets ONLY, ALL Disney, ALL Universal, ALL Seaworld
This doesn't include Discovery Cove, which is a Seaworld park.

Edited By: heatadded on Mar 23, 2015 08:01
ryantbfh
Shame that Seaworld is included. They will never get any money from me. I don't support animal slavery.

Really? Guide Dogs? Are you a hardcore vegan or do you drink milk from enslaved cows?

Should we really just let the wild sort out the worlds animals? There are many animals that only exist in zoos.

I recall Keiko from Free Willy, tried to release it, died in Norway of pneumonia.

The idea that animals would prefer freedom is a joke, why doesn't your cat run away and live wild? All animals would take regular food, than being part of the food chain.

People watch a one sided documentary and decide Seaworld is evil, plenty of live animal shows worldwide, why pick on seaworld? Just a big corporation they can try and embaress with their hack documentary. Any documentary is one sided, people should consider a more balanced view.

Anyone who wants the animals from Seaworld freed, may as well go and shoot them, that's all they could realistically do with them
Shame that Seaworld is included. They will never get any money from me. I don't support animal slavery.
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Orlando Passport 2015, ALL Disney, ALL Universal, ALL Seaworld + Wet N Wild (14 Days) £479.00 (USING CODE MSE5) @ Orlandoattractiontickets

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The Orlando PassPort Ticket offers 14 days unlimited access to: Magic Kingdom Epcot Disney's Hollywood Studios Disney's Animal Kingdom Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park Disney’s Bliz…
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We are going in May. Paid not far off £2000 for 4 tickets that includes swimming with dolphins at discovery cove. Had loads of extras from attraction tickets direct. I staggered it out to get as many extras as possible and got Sea world, Busch gardens and Lego land free, as well as lots of restaurant goodies too. Going to be a hard slog fitting it all into 14 days, but I'm well up for the challenge.
I'd be willing to take any advise possible on our forthcoming trip as it must have been 25yrs since I was last in Disney lol
We've 3 adults (9yr old is now an adult apparently) & 1 child 6yr old going in May for 2 weeks. Wife & kids have never been before & want tickets for everything but I'm not sure we'll get round everything
Currently my wife has been quoted £1977 for all park passes for the 2 weeks ... what should we be looking at & is there any way to get this down?
Thanks in advance
Anyone sees any london 2 weeks plus flights during August to Orlando for under £400 ping me please and hey thanks for this link
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Frankly I don't see the point of getting this ticket if you are planning to stay in Orlando for 2 weeks, unless you do both Disney and Universal on each day (one in the morning, the other in the afternoon), and then on top of that you have to squeeze in Aquatica, SeaWorld, Busch Gardens, you are likely to spend a day each in the latter two. Two years ago, over two weeks, we did Universal, Seaworld, Aquatica,Busch Gardens, Wet'nWild and Discovery Cove, with no day off s - and we were totally exhausted! So this year, in October, staying again for a fortnight, we bought the Universal 3-park tickets incl Wet'nWild, and the Magic Your Way 6 day Disney ticket which gets you to Magic Kingdom® Park, Epcot®, Disney’s Hollywood Studios® and Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park, on a one park per day basis. Total cost for both Universal and Disney was £301pp, worked out at £21.50 per park visit each day.
However, for those that are planning to be in Orlando for 3 weeks or longer, this ticket will be an excellent value as long as the Disney and Universal tickets are not started at the same time. For that reason only I am voting hot.

Where did you get your tickets for £301pp ? And did the MYW ticket come with 'fun' visits as well ?

Sorry,been away for a couple of days. Bought Disney tickets from Orlando Attractions ($899.85 for 3 adults) and the 3-park Universal ones from park-tickets.com @ $699.99 for three adults. The exchange rate at the time was really good.

Thanks for that - will check it out. Just to clarify, did you use http://www.orlandoattractions.com/ or http://www.orlandoattractiontickets.co.uk ?

The exchange rate must have been really good back then :(

Got a tough choice with Orlando Attractions at the minute .... 3 adults, 1 child ... £1460 for 14 day Universal and 7 day MYW base and 7 fun visits and free tickets to Wonderworks Dinner show or £1430 for 14 day Universal and 7 day MYW hopper and 7 fun visits and $10 Planet Hollywood voucher


I used http://www.orlandoattractions.com/
If you tried to get your monies worth out of this, you'd probably have a heart attack.
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FLASH SALE: 14 Days, Disney & Universal Tickets (8 Parks) (2014) £357.00 Adults/ £338 Kids @ orlandoattractiontickets

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Reposted to SALE price. This is a great price for 14 days! £357 = Adults £338 = Kids. The prices below are only available until the amount of tickets indicated is sold, once we reach zero the of…
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Last time we went to Florida we bought the 7 day Universal 3 park ticket from Walmart when we were there and it was as cheap as the UK. I believe Costco do a similar deal too!
As ever folks,
Check out the Dibb for ALL things Disney and Orlando.
http://www.thedibb.co.uk/forums/index.php
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Does anyone know what price you would expect for just a one day pass to Disneyworld and a one day pass to Universal? I'm going to Florida next week but it's a minefield with all these offers! Am I better getting a week's pass? We also want to go to Seaworld

One day tickets are roughly £60 per park and much the same for up to three day tickets at Disney, after that the extra day cost drops to between $10 and $20. The 7/14 day UK only Disney passes aren't necessarily the bargain they may appear and only come into their own if you want more than five days entry as well as going park to park on the same day and access to the water parks, not many people actually need all that in a fortnight given all the other stuff there is to do in Florida.

The UK only Universal 2 park 14 day however is a great deal as it is only just over the price of a two day ticket and the real queues in Florida are for the Harry Potter rides (up to six hours!!!) not anything at Disney and so may need multiple day visits to do them as well as everything else.

If you want to do Seaworld and are considering Discovery Cove which seems ultra expensive but comes with 14 day access to Seaworld and Aquatica, plus Busch Gardens for a few bucks more so is in effect 'only' £80 rather than £160.

Thanks so much, that's loads of help! Would you recommend buying the universal tickets in advance then? We're going next Wednesday though so might have left it too late to pre-buy anything!

go to floridatix they can send out the uni tickets pretty quick
They're certainly cheaper than buying when you get there and several of the ticket companies will let you pick them up in Orlando or have them delivered to a hotel so don't panic over being too late.
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pinkchick1987
Does anyone know what price you would expect for just a one day pass to Disneyworld and a one day pass to Universal? I'm going to Florida next week but it's a minefield with all these offers! Am I better getting a week's pass? We also want to go to Seaworld

One day tickets are roughly £60 per park and much the same for up to three day tickets at Disney, after that the extra day cost drops to between $10 and $20. The 7/14 day UK only Disney passes aren't necessarily the bargain they may appear and only come into their own if you want more than five days entry as well as going park to park on the same day and access to the water parks, not many people actually need all that in a fortnight given all the other stuff there is to do in Florida.

The UK only Universal 2 park 14 day however is a great deal as it is only just over the price of a two day ticket and the real queues in Florida are for the Harry Potter rides (up to six hours!!!) not anything at Disney and so may need multiple day visits to do them as well as everything else.

If you want to do Seaworld and are considering Discovery Cove which seems ultra expensive but comes with 14 day access to Seaworld and Aquatica, plus Busch Gardens for a few bucks more so is in effect 'only' £80 rather than £160.

Thanks so much, that's loads of help! Would you recommend buying the universal tickets in advance then? We're going next Wednesday though so might have left it too late to pre-buy anything!
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(EDIT Use Code JULY5 For £5 Off Each Ticket!)!! Orlando Attraction Tickets UK, 2014 Weekend SALE! Including Universal 2 park £107.00.....Limited Tix Available See Description !

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Some nice savings over at Orlando Attractions Tickets UK Sale. **NOTE** All tickets are for FULL 14 days unlimited use. No credit card fees. Real tickets. FREE p&p. Tickets selling fast at
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Still more expensive than American Attractions...
That's odd - It worked for me but I was only getting the Disney tickets (as am looking for the universal tickets that include the Halloween Horror Nights add on) .

Edit - just noticed they have the Universal with HHN so will try that too

Edited By: JezJezJez on Jul 19, 2014 16:19
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Good price - also can use JULY5 as promo code to get an extra fiver off each ticket

Nice spot Jez, main deal info updated to reflect code!

Where do you add the code??

Seems the promo code box doesn't appear when you add just the 2 park Universal.
Works on the others, as seen below.............
http://i188.photobucket.com/albums/z33/herby247/or2_zpsbc1617ae.png
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JezJezJez
Good price - also can use JULY5 as promo code to get an extra fiver off each ticket

Nice spot Jez, main deal info updated to reflect code!

Where do you add the code??
JezJezJez
Good price - also can use JULY5 as promo code to get an extra fiver off each ticket

Nice spot Jez, main deal info updated to reflect code!
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14 Days, Disney & Universal Tickets (8 Parks) (2014) £365.00 Adults/ £350 Kids @ orlandoattractiontickets

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This is a great price for 14 days! £365 = Adults £350 = Kids. To put this into perspective its £266 for 14 days direct from disney's site, so essentially your getting universal & island of advent…
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any cheap family tickets going from end of July for 2 weeks, 4 adults and 1 child?
Namic
Thanks for posting this.
Does anyone know if these tickets fully expire on the 31st of December if they are activated during the week before or just the ability to start using them?
We are planning our holiday there over Christmas and so would like to start using them around the 22nd of December until the 3rd of January. I'd be a little upset to get turned away on new years day having used only 10 days of my 14.
Thanks.


I called this company to find out and the helpful man who answered let me know the tickets expire on 13th of January (or 14 days after activation) as long as activated before the 31st.
So have bought them now.
Thanks again.
Thanks for posting this.
Does anyone know if these tickets fully expire on the 31st of December if they are activated during the week before or just the ability to start using them?
We are planning our holiday there over Christmas and so would like to start using them around the 22nd of December until the 3rd of January. I'd be a little upset to get turned away on new years day having used only 10 days of my 14.
Thanks.
JezJezJez
yozzas
Will these get further reduced in september as the school summer holidays are over. these are 2014 tickets after all .i am not going till end of november so will just purchase in october .

Its unlikely since Disney believes that for every discount they give, a fairy has to die
i will clap my hands then and make more fairies .
yozzas
Will these get further reduced in september as the school summer holidays are over. these are 2014 tickets after all .i am not going till end of november so will just purchase in october .

Its unlikely since Disney believes that for every discount they give, a fairy has to die
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Florida 3 Park (14 Days) SeaWorld, Aquatica & Busch Gardens Ticket, @Orlandoatrractiontickets (2014 = £78.00)(2015 = £82) Using code MAY5

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Use code MAY5 = £5 off each ticket. UK company offers FREE uk delivery, REAL TICKETS and NO credit card fees! Just booked 2 of this ticket for 2015 at £164 for next year that's a great price!
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Anyone who wants tickets to any of the parks, search the web for the cheapest places you can find like Orlandoattractiontickets, Pillanger World Travel etc and then ring Attraction Tickets Direct, they will price match any price, you can pay a £10 deposit and pay the rest closer to the time and they offer freebies.

As for taking food and drink in to parks, most parks will stop you taking any food or drink in to the parks, it is the main reason they have a bag search..


I have an opinion about Seaworld and Blackfish but it is not for me to preach what others should or shouldn't see and do. I use this site purely for the cheapest prices i can find and my personal opinions and feelings i keep to myself or for forums specifically for expressing said opinions.
Ive always brought my tickets from attraction tickets you know you are getting the real tickets they match prices and you can pay in installments never had a problem and the offer freebies at the moment its a free meal at Planet hollywood with every ticket brought. They also have deals at Legoland Florida always worth a look
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I have been to both Busch gardens and sea world. I'd never go back to sea world after watching blackfish. A must watch film if you want to go to sea world
Lets keep the focus on the "deal price" for people looking to book theme park tickets.
I think Blackfish is relevant. This deal is not so good for those who have seen it.
How so?I have been to Seaworld and seen Blackfish, I am still going to go to Seaworld in 2015 when I go back to Florida.Watch this video about how they slaughter and kill animals https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2UMp9fsAJoGranted it's shocking but I bet it wont stop you going for a Big Mac, buying a pound of mince or tucking into a sirloin steak.Each to their own I suppose, but Hotukdeals is intended to alert and inform consumers of items that are on offer or at their current cheap as possible price.If we brought ethics into every deal on the site, there would be an angle for not buying anything.My point being, if you like the deal vote hot, if you don't like it vote cold.End of.

Completely disagree, it is a community, we have a comments section for a reason, if people wish to protest something peacefully, who is anybody else to tell them what to do?

Blackfish is relevant, and Seaworld is a terrible organisation. Yeh you will probably enjoy it if you go, but at what cost?
benday026
Should have bought locally? Would have been cheaper too!

Not necesserily. There's a ton of (very, VERY reputable) online ticket providers - many of which are run by people who own small private hotels in Orlando. They've been doing it for years and are very reliable. MapleLeafTickets which I mentioned up there somewhere ^ is decent. They give you 2 options - they either post the tickets to you, or if you want, you can pick them up from them in Orlando.

If I recall Kissimmee Guest Tickets also allow you to do local pickup, or at least they did the last time I used them (Admittedly about 6 years ago now).

There's no sure-fire way to get cheap tickets. It's a case of shopping around. Overall the resellers are usually very competitively priced, and the decent ones offer you the option of e-tickets, posted tickets or pickup.

Edited By: ricksketchy on May 13, 2014 09:36
Should have bought locally? Would have been cheaper too!
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Disneyworld and Universal ticket combo, adult £365 child £344.00 @ orlandoattractiontickets

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This is a ticket that give you unlimited access to all disney parks in Florida for 9 days in a 14 day period from the time of first use. Also you get unlimited 14 day access to universal studios and i…
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rboy
Oh blinkin heck! Looking at those prices I am SOOOO glad I'll never have to go to Orlando again -- my kids are grown and gone, and if they want me to take the grandkids they can pay!

I remember splashing out for Disney World annual passes for £1000 (£200 each) for five of us, and they were also valid in Anaheim, and I thought that was expensive!

My sympathy to all of you stuck with this putting this life-killing debt on your credit cards!



But, if it must be Orlando & Disney, at least there's a discount ticket here ... you have my utter sympathy!

What on earth is wrong with you?
Sympathy for what - it is a choice and our third trip at that
Absolutely awesome - makes Thorpe Park / Alton Towers appear like a play-ground.
Not particularly cheap but utterly amazing experience every time.
I have no regrets at all.
Particularly as flights/accommodation/car for 7 people in October is working out cheaper per head than Greece in August
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"Yes, it is sad, but I'm afraid you're probably right -- most people interested in Disney deals aren't interested in a fulfilling form of entertainment -- and if you consider these tickets good value, I really doubt you've got a Maths A level, AS level, O level, GCSE, or even book. "

How dare you assume if I wish to take my child to Disneyworld I don't have the brains for - Maths O Level or in my case GCSE!!!
I personally was in the highest grade of maths and I'm happy to say I have a maths GSCE. I also have a large selection of books, eclectic in style and all well read.
I however DO NOT push my opinions on everyone and poo-poo everyone else's. It's very nice of you to suggest better use of our money but we might actually want to go!
If you don't like Disneyworld or even the idea of it, then just vote cold and go away.



Sorry you're upset, but if you read what I wrote, you'll see I didn't say any of the things you suggest.

Do you have an English A level, AS level, GCSE, O-level or even book? :)

Can YOU read?
YOU SAID "if you consider these tickets good value, I really doubt you've got a Maths A level, AS level, O level, GCSE, or even book."
I consider any Disney deal which saves you money a good deal.
As I said before, as you seem to have short term memory loss, I DO have a maths GCSE and I have books of many genres and yes, even an English GCSE.
I also have a brain which I choose to use! Just because I think something is a good deal, it doesn't necessarily mean I'm going to mortgage my house or raid the credit cards (I have neither) to take my child on a holiday.
Now shhh.

"I consider any Disney deal which saves you money a good deal" -- with that approach, no wonder you don't have a house or credit-cards!

But of course I jest. That is clearly a grammatically cringeworthy sentence which doesn't mean what you say nor says what you mean. I hope you didn't go to a private school for that English GCSE -- you should sue for your money back!

I should perhaps not be quite so harsh, however, as I find I also should change one of my sentences, which upon re-reading, could have been better phrased.

"Sorry you're upset, but if you understand what I wrote, you'll see I didn't say any of the things you suggest." ;)
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@Ibrox1899 - Do I understand correctly:

Disney = FUN
NO Disney = NO FUN.

What a sad admission on your part!

@lhurren - do I understand correctly:

Don't spend any money for a couple years, and rob the kids of interesting, fulfilling experiences, just to go to Disney and stand in lines all day? Been there, done that! Never again.

Are the two of you really saying that the itineraries I laid out above wouldn't have been fun for my kids, and would only be undertaken by a grump?

Well, at least you're helping to keep up the value of those Disney shares I bought ... it's a consumer society, we need you consumers to keep it going.

Some people just won't be helped ...

Hey Roy in reply to your idiotic comment that is in fact not what I meant and not a sad admission on my part. You contradict yourself so many times it's laughable.if you think Disney and America in particular are a rip off then why do you claim to have been so many times and why oh why did you have ANNUAL passes for Disney. Oh and for your information. My family and I will be going to florida for the second time on the 30th of this month( first for my son who will be one when we are there and get his first birthday at your despised Disney).
Also for your information my elder son has been with us to Las Vegas which we made our base to drive to the Hoover dam,grand canyon,death valley,San Diego zoo and red rock canyon to name a few places. The same son has also been with us to Pisa,Paris.the Greek Islands and Barcelona and next year we will all be flying stateside again in June and visiting New York,Boston and Washington.who knows we may even drive up to the falls.please think before you type in future.

Good day!!!!

Oops, how rude of me to not notice you asked a question ... I would be happy to answer your question and your misunderstandings (which you term my "contradictions"), but I need to be careful. If I answer that question (about annual passes) it will include some really useful information which could help folks in saving money on holidays ... but one thing I'm starting to see is that many people here aren't that interested in saving money, they still want to spend all their money, they just want to get more for it. One thing they certainly don't want is advice, especially from someone else who has learned from the same mistakes they are hell-bent on experiencing.

I would also be forced to point out at least some of your misreadings of my postings -- which I fear you'll take as an insult (yes, I admit it may be worded as a humourous gentle gibe), and you may just possibly over-react. A bit fiery there north of the border, eh?

So, let me know if you're really interested in understanding, or if you perhaps just typed before you thought.
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@Ibrox1899 - Do I understand correctly:

Disney = FUN
NO Disney = NO FUN.

What a sad admission on your part!

@lhurren - do I understand correctly:

Don't spend any money for a couple years, and rob the kids of interesting, fulfilling experiences, just to go to Disney and stand in lines all day? Been there, done that! Never again.

Are the two of you really saying that the itineraries I laid out above wouldn't have been fun for my kids, and would only be undertaken by a grump?

Well, at least you're helping to keep up the value of those Disney shares I bought ... it's a consumer society, we need you consumers to keep it going.

Some people just won't be helped ...

Hey Roy in reply to your idiotic comment that is in fact not what I meant and not a sad admission on my part. You contradict yourself so many times it's laughable.if you think Disney and America in particular are a rip off then why do you claim to have been so many times and why oh why did you have ANNUAL passes for Disney. Oh and for your information. My family and I will be going to florida for the second time on the 30th of this month( first for my son who will be one when we are there and get his first birthday at your despised Disney).
Also for your information my elder son has been with us to Las Vegas which we made our base to drive to the Hoover dam,grand canyon,death valley,San Diego zoo and red rock canyon to name a few places. The same son has also been with us to Pisa,Paris.the Greek Islands and Barcelona and next year we will all be flying stateside again in June and visiting New York,Boston and Washington.who knows we may even drive up to the falls.please think before you type in future.

Good day!!!!

Hi Ibrox -- sounds like your kids are really lucky with all the travel opportunities you're giving them. You probably already have this in mind, but make sure you get lots of video for your son -- we took our eldest to Disney before she was one, but she watched the videos quite a few times after that (far better than lots of the kiddy krap they put on the telly, except of course for the venerable Sesame Street), and she's absolutely positive she remembers the whole thing for real when of course it's only from the videos. Otherwise, not a lot of use taking an under-four to Disney, he won't remember a thing.

As far as the "you-said-I-said" argument, I hope you can see why my best guess at your meaning in your first posting was what it was ... now, with the additional information you've given it looks like we're actually pretty much in agreement. If you think a bit more before you type in future, you can maybe avoid the misunderstanding?

I'll have to guess though, from your user name, English isn't really your first language ... (_;) ... so I'll have to be a bit more generous!
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"Yes, it is sad, but I'm afraid you're probably right -- most people interested in Disney deals aren't interested in a fulfilling form of entertainment -- and if you consider these tickets good value, I really doubt you've got a Maths A level, AS level, O level, GCSE, or even book. "

How dare you assume if I wish to take my child to Disneyworld I don't have the brains for - Maths O Level or in my case GCSE!!!
I personally was in the highest grade of maths and I'm happy to say I have a maths GSCE. I also have a large selection of books, eclectic in style and all well read.
I however DO NOT push my opinions on everyone and poo-poo everyone else's. It's very nice of you to suggest better use of our money but we might actually want to go!
If you don't like Disneyworld or even the idea of it, then just vote cold and go away.



Sorry you're upset, but if you read what I wrote, you'll see I didn't say any of the things you suggest.

Do you have an English A level, AS level, GCSE, O-level or even book? :)

Can YOU read?
YOU SAID "if you consider these tickets good value, I really doubt you've got a Maths A level, AS level, O level, GCSE, or even book."
I consider any Disney deal which saves you money a good deal.
As I said before, as you seem to have short term memory loss, I DO have a maths GCSE and I have books of many genres and yes, even an English GCSE.
I also have a brain which I choose to use! Just because I think something is a good deal, it doesn't necessarily mean I'm going to mortgage my house or raid the credit cards (I have neither) to take my child on a holiday.
Now shhh.
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Disney & Universal 14 day (each) combo ticket £365.00/£380 @ OrlandoAttractionTickets

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If you're planning on going to Florida then you need Disney tickets, and whilst you're there you might fancy Universal as well. These tickets are for 14 consecutive days park hopping at Disney and
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We are going for 3 weeks, want to go to disney, universal, Busch gardens, and sea world, what am I best of buying ?

You're best finding out where you plan to spend your time as this will likely help you pick the best tickets to keep prices down. If you just want 14 days access to everything then there is this:
http://www.orlandoattractiontickets.co.uk/Ticket/The-Orlando-PassPort

Although as you're going for 3 weeks you should probably make an itinery of where you want to go and when. You could get this Switch ticket for 2 weeks and the Flex Ticket which would let you spread it over 3 weeks.

Head over to The Dibb, they've got loads of itinery planning tools, busy day guides and loads of help which should assist:
http://www.thedibb.co.uk/


Edited By: Evostance on Apr 03, 2014 14:35
We are going for 3 weeks, want to go to disney, universal, Busch gardens, and sea world, what am I best of buying ?
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Cold: 14day disney/universal hopper at florida escapes cheaper - child £358 adult £378 (+ further 2%discount this weekend takes it to Ch approx £350,A approx £370)
This only only gives you 9 days at Disney, 14 Universal.

Not true - Florida escapes offer two combo packages:
1. 14 day Disney/universal hopper (adult £378, child £359, less further 2% discount). This is the deal I referred to as is directly comparable to op's deal.
http://floridaescapes.co.uk/combo-packages/disney-universal-combo-saver-2014

2 9 day disney/14 day universal (adult £372, child £350 - didn't quote this one as not comparable,but is probably even better value for those going for a fortnight)

The original deal isn't bad, it's just not the cheapest.

Oh sorry I didn't see that one.
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After going to disneyworld Florida a couple of years ago my recommendation is to just buy the disney tickets then when you have visited those parks you can then sell on your ticket and put that towards the universal tickets me and my partner did this and got the universal tickets for about £50 for the week

Except someone using 'second-hand' tickets MAY have problems with the fingerprint scanners at the entrances, then have their identity checked and ultimately have their tickets confiscated. I wouldn't recommend buying tickets partially-used by someone else. You may get away with it if the scanners are turned off (due to crowds) or the scanner is over-ridden by the operator - alternatively you may not have a good experience at a park.

I went during spring break and my fingerprint was not taken once the scanners were there and working but workers never used them also the tickets are cheap to buy from the men in little booths

Reason for that is because they were installing a new system whilst you were there ;) It's also A LOT more expensive to buy tickets at the gate if you want 14 day park hopping

how do you know which spring break i went in. and they were all fully functional just not used. and i never mentioned buying at the gate i was on about the men in booths dotted around florida at the flea markets little shops etc

Just took an educated guess. I've been fingerprinted every time I've been, apart from those where its only been a single ticket.

i went in 2009. even if you do have fingerprints scanned you can still sell your ticket to "the men in booths" they just don't give you as much for them

We sold ours to the men in booths, they try to work out which parks you've been to as your fingerprint is apparently only linked to one park (that's what he said anyway so feel free to tell me otherwise) so he said for example that as we didn't go to animal kingdom or the water parks that he could sell those to people as they can scan their fingerprints in the register for those parks. Don't know about entry to parks we'd already been in though..
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After going to disneyworld Florida a couple of years ago my recommendation is to just buy the disney tickets then when you have visited those parks you can then sell on your ticket and put that towards the universal tickets me and my partner did this and got the universal tickets for about £50 for the week

Except someone using 'second-hand' tickets MAY have problems with the fingerprint scanners at the entrances, then have their identity checked and ultimately have their tickets confiscated. I wouldn't recommend buying tickets partially-used by someone else. You may get away with it if the scanners are turned off (due to crowds) or the scanner is over-ridden by the operator - alternatively you may not have a good experience at a park.

I went during spring break and my fingerprint was not taken once the scanners were there and working but workers never used them also the tickets are cheap to buy from the men in little booths

Reason for that is because they were installing a new system whilst you were there ;) It's also A LOT more expensive to buy tickets at the gate if you want 14 day park hopping

how do you know which spring break i went in. and they were all fully functional just not used. and i never mentioned buying at the gate i was on about the men in booths dotted around florida at the flea markets little shops etc

Just took an educated guess. I've been fingerprinted every time I've been, apart from those where its only been a single ticket.

i went in 2009. even if you do have fingerprints scanned you can still sell your ticket to "the men in booths" they just don't give you as much for them
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