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DISNEY ULTIMATE THEME PARK TICKETS 2 ADULTS AND 2 KIDS JUNE 2014 1100 Pounds PLUS 2% Cashback Via QUIDCO £1,078.00

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Am looking to Buy my Disney Park Tickets for Next Year and these are the Cheapest i could find with the 2% Cash back Via Quidco. Posting on here just in case anyone else can find them cheaper for m…
dw1986 Avatar3y, 1w agoFound 3 years, 1 week ago12 Comments
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We are going through Virgin and they are doing us a package for Disney Ultamate, and Universal tickets for 4 adults price or £1500. Thought that was a good deal
dw1986

Disney was the cheapest online, have tried Thomas Cook, Thomsons etc and all came back at 170+ more!! This is by far the cheapest i could find
Florida Escapes are almost £20 cheaper without relying on Quidco to get the price down.
Buying the tickets from the Disney Online website!! We have already booked our Holiday through Ocean Holidays, We have the Cash in our savings to pay for the Tickets out right so wont get charged any CC Charges will be doing it with our Debit Card! Have tried Attraction Tickets and they have come back slightly more expensive.

Disney was the cheapest online, have tried Thomas Cook, Thomsons etc and all came back at 170+ more!! This is by far the cheapest i could find
I used british airways, was the cheapest out of everyone.
As lovetosave says, £1080 with Florida escapes but use code 2DIS1154 to get 2% discount which gives you £21.60 off :)
Also book with £50 deposit. Don't know about CC charges though.
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FREE Holiday Planning Tools @ Disney

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FREE Holiday Planning Tools It's the most magical holiday destination in the world. With so much to see and do we've created a few tools to make planning and booking your holiday fun and easy.
Jas10 Avatar4y, 8m agoFound 4 years, 8 months ago5 Comments
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Better to buy 'Brit guide to Orlando'

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/0572036647/ref=mp_s_a_1?qid=1331565657&sr=8-1


If you havnt been to Disneyland before, it's a godsend with hints and tips. I bought the tailor made plan from the authors, cost £30 extra. It paid for itself 10 times over, a Disney holiday will cost about £4-£5k for a 2 week trip including the theme park tickets. 1hr wasted queuing is about £20 if you work out the daily cost and divide by the number of useful hours in the day. Sounds odd, but a great plan means you will be able to relax. Read the reviews for the 2010 and 2011 book editions as well as the current one



Edited By: paul.jacobs on Mar 12, 2012 15:25: Ed
Thank you :3
they used to send you a dvd of whats in the parks, but now that is reserved for the US only. So this is not as good as last year. But its still useful for some info.
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pay through the nose for your holiday and we will help you with about £100 worth of work, quality.

Don't have to stay at Disney, what's your problem it's free. Missery guts
pay through the nose for your holiday and we will help you with about £100 worth of work, quality.
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Walt Disney World (Orlando) 2010 tickets 14 days for the price of 7 days only £210.00

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First post so hope it helps someone. Been looking for tickets for a while and cheapest we have seen since finding them here was about £215. Good price only £210 and you will need to print out a
minority Avatar6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago18 Comments
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The prices have now increased to £225 for adults and £199 for Kids.

Anyone know if anywhere is still doing them for £210?
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I don't think this is that great a deal. You can get a 7 day +fun visits pass for $286/$253 (adult/child), from www.ticketmania.com. The only significant difference that I know of is that the 7/14 day passes allow you to park-hop, eg, go to more than one park in a day, and also obviously go EVERY SINGLE DAY.

The former perk is occasionally useful when you just want to go to a specific ride or two in one park, then spend the rest of the day in another, but not worth the extra price (on average magic your way tickets would cost about £170), but the thought of managing 14 days solid in Disney is beyond my comprehension.

If you get the "Disney Your Way" tickets, you can also save money if you don't want do do the water parks, or if you plan on less days in Disney...


We visit Florida every year and we don't spend full days in the Disney parks but visit a park or two for an hour each day, go to Boardwalk and walk between MGM/Hollywood Studios & Epcot, maybe visit one of the parks just for a meal. Another good idea is to visit a park like Hollywood studios, get a fast pass for the toy story ride and then hop over to Magic Kingdom. We could also visit Universal or elsewhere in Florida for the day then just go over to a Disney park for an hour at night to catch a show. Therefore the MYW passes would be completely unsuitable for us.

Visiting Disney for 14 full days would be mind-numbing but the way we do it makes for a very enjoyable holiday. You realise after going a number of years that there is more to Disney than queuing for hours for rides.

Imo, the 14 day ultimate ticket is better than any of the MYW tickets but it really does depend on your plans. But I know that when we chose that option one year our kids were asking to go in extra parks and the water parks and we ended up paying more as a result. It gives you the freedom to do what you want without worrying how many days you have left and avoids the tears if the kids want to visit somewhere else the same day for a little more money. Many people can only afford to visit Florida once because of the huge costs in taking a family so having this freedom means you make the most of your holiday. I agree that MYW tickets could be a good option for some people and it was worth bringing it up but saying it isn't a good deal is unfair because it could be great for some people.

If anyone is visiting more than once in a year or for over 2 weeks, or maybe holidaying in August one year then July the next, it may also be worth looking into an annual pass.
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http://ticketmania.com/store/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=2_50

this site is as/more expensive as the main gate prices 3 day Disney $280 = £180 @$1.55 to £1.00
for another £30 you get 11 extra park hopper/unlimited entry/water parks/golf + plus more
sorry its a no brainer there hun

my god they are so expensive on ALL the tickets, much more then gate prices. just spoke to my brother who lives in Orlando


You are not including tax on the Disney prices in your comparison. Ticketmania prices always include tax. I'm not trying to sell ticketmania, but some comparisons including tax to be clear that it's cheaper in all cases, 3 day and above, to go with ticketmania. It's not a huge saving, but it's also no hassle and they're a reputable vendor.

Disney/Ticketmania:

MYW 3 day: $233.24/$230 (actually a 5 day), saving $3.24 per ticket
MYW 4 day: $239.63/$230 (actually a 5 day), saving $9.63 per ticket
MYW 5 day: $242.82/$230, saving $12.82 per ticket
MYW 6 day: $246.02/$235, saving $11.02 per ticket
MYW 7 day: $249.21/$238, saving $11.21 per ticket
MYW 10 day: $258.80/$247, saving $11.80 per ticket

I am pretty sure that the only case where it is cheaper to buy the UK market tickets is when you're planning on going to the Disney main parks only for MORE than 10 days out of 14, switching parks through the day, AND visiting the water parks etc... The cost for that ticket, for example, from ticketmania is about £215-220, depending on exchange rate. Drop any of those specifications and it becomes cheaper to buy in Orlando.
We went to Florida in March last year, and bought 3 days Disney ticket for TWO aldults while we're there for about $140 ( worked out about £100 back then) because i was pregnant and my little girl was only year and half so didn't want to go more than that but as i remember they did a deal buy 7 days ticket get 7 days free for about $140 - $150 EACH. and to be honest, i think 3 days for us was quite enough, 14 days would be too much.
I don't think this is that great a deal. You can get a 7 day +fun visits pass for $286/$253 (adult/child), from www.ticketmania.com. The only significant difference that I know of is that the 7/14 day passes allow you to park-hop, eg, go to more than one park in a day, and also obviously go EVERY SINGLE DAY.

The former perk is occasionally useful when you just want to go to a specific ride or two in one park, then spend the rest of the day in another, but not worth the extra price (on average magic your way tickets would cost about £170), but the thought of managing 14 days solid in Disney is beyond my comprehension.

If you get the "Disney Your Way" tickets, you can also save money if you don't want do do the water parks, or if you plan on less days in Disney...
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DisneyWorld Florida 14 Day Ultimate Ticket for price of 7 Day Premium Ticket & TopCashBack - eg £210.00 Adult

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Spotted this TV advert the other night... This is the blurb from their website. "14 day ticket for the price of a 7 day ticket* Great ticket offer! Double your Disney dreams! Book Disney's 14-…
Pan111 Avatar6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago27 Comments
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Going to buy them for our holiday in July/August. Great price. Any good deals on flex tickets or similar?
Good price. I am going to buy them for my family for our holiday in July/August. Any good deals on flex tickets now?
dont forget you need to pay $12 a day to park.
this adds upto a hefty bill.

therefore I suggest any one going to Orlando twice within a 12 month period to buy an annual premium pass for all the benefits of the above deal plus youget free parking and lots of other discounts.
of course you have to take into account the exchange rate{currently about $1.60 to the £1}
hope this helps someone
ps check out this link for all the benefits and other disney tips ;-)http://www.wdwinfo.com/discounts/discounts-ap.htm
We went to Florida in March last year, the weather abit cold some day you might need a jumper or thin jacket specially at night or early in the morning. Got a deal from First choice about £1000 for 2adult + 1infant for 2 weeks included contienal hotel + flight.+ car rental ( but you have to pay for car insurance and it's turn out cheaper if you get car rental + insurance somewhere else, well that's what we did anyway ). At the hotel we're staying they sell disney ticket , and we got 2 aldults for 3 day for about £100 , and 7 days or 14 days wouldn't make so much different in price. If i remmember it's rite, was about £100 each for 7 days and you got some extra free days as well ( maybe 7 days + 7 days free ). but everyone we asked in the bus going to Disney ( some are American) and they all paid alots more than we did. Hope this help someone
We tend to get a PARKS ONLY ANNAL PASS which at the moment is approx £307 (quick conversion on xe.com from $489 listed price). The savings we make on hotels / food / drink / free parking and other areas over a period of 14 days + with the annual pass soon eat up the extra £100 cost.

If you've got a family member somewhere with the same surname who is a members of the Disney Vacation Club you can get them to buy you an Annual Pass at the discounted DVC rate of £243 ($389). My in-laws are members and Disney once put their surname on my card by accident so now the in-laws just take mhy old card up and renew it pretending i'm their son - no ID required because old card has the correct surname :whistling: (renewal DVC price is even better at £215 ($344).

If you have an annual pass you can also buy another card called [FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][SIZE=2]TABLES IN WONDERLAND. [/SIZE][/FONT]This cost around £47 ($75) but again over a two week period with discounts of up to 20% on food and drink (inc alcohol) at a lot of places in and out of the parks around Disney we always make our money back on a two week trip (plus it lasts for a year).

Most people don't consider the annual pass but even at full price the discounts are very good sometimes. You could make a saving just in the discounts you get using it to book your hotel.

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