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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
Just booked a holday to orlando staying at all star sports. I haven't brought the tickets yet for the parks. Could anyone give me any advice about what kind of tickets to get, we are going for 14 nights day 1 and day 14 are traveling so nnot sure whether to get just a 10 day ticket. Any advice appreciated
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago

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Hi. Been to All Star Sports twice now. Both times we have used 14 day hopper pass. Got one for this year as well when they were doing a 14 days for the price of 10.
Im sure Virgin holidays are the cheapest for disney tickets at the mo.
We were in orlando last Oct for 3 weeks, we paid individual entrance for Disney though mainly because we only wanted to go to Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom (did the others last time), and we only had 12 nights in orlando (stayed in Clearwater first)

It depends what you want from your holiday, if you are going for disney then i guess the 14 day hopper would be your best bet.

Personally we prefer the Orlando flex ticket for Universal, seaworld, Aquatica, Busch gardens etc, but it really does depend on what you want to do,

I am so jealous! LOL


The ticket is actually called Disney's 14 Day Ultimate Ticket. It allows you to visit any number of parks each day. So you can go to one of the water parks in the morning and then a theme park in the evening.
Another tip is that if you intend on staying mostly on disney estate then only book your car hire for when you need it. First time on disney we hardly used the car, next time we booked a car for 5 days and went to universal etc.
Also, if you are flying into orlando international then use the disney magical express for free transfer to your hotel. They don't do it from Sanford though.
theres so much more to orlando than just Disney, and spending every day in the parks leaves you exhausted. Do a bit of research and decide what youd like to see then work out what tickets you need.
Ive been twice already and am going about again hopefully May time.

If you only intend to visit Disney once each, id recommend the 7-day premium ticket. This is the cheapest ive found it so far:


Disney have 4 main parks (epcot, magic kingdom, animal kingdom, mgm studios) and 1 worth-while water park - Blizzard Beach.

But like others have stated, all depends on what you want out of your holiday! :thumbsup:
Cheapest I've found were from

14 day ultimate £199 adult
7 days premium £171 adult £150 child

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