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Disneyland - Orlando

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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
Anyone have any ideas / deals / vouchers etc on Disney theme park tickets for 2009? Thanks in advance
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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banned#1
All the info you need for Disney and Florida .....

[url]www.thedibb.co.uk[/url]
#3
We used the top one there, americanattractions, very good deals.
#4
thedibb.co.uk as mentioned above is great..

what age group of people are going..for teenagers up i recommend universal..loved them parks :)
#5
I also use http://www.disboards.com

I got my flights for next august from expedia, flying with virgin for £1488 for 2 adult and 3 children.
Booked a package with Disney UK with free dining including 14 day passes, many other benefits staying at Old Key West for £1900. We go every year and always try and hunt down the bargains!

Hope this helps :thumbsup:
#6
Used them before, great service, based on international drive.
http://www.knowbeforeugo.com/
#8
Aimee1985


can't recommend this place enough, although I don't use it for the US parks, its great for any disney park knowledge, and people there with loads of DIS experience to help you get the most for your money and time.
#9
guv
All the info you need for Disney and Florida .....

[url]www.thedibb.co.uk[/url]


Good site for info, but a host of odd folk on there.
#10
When we were there this year, we got Disney passes very cheap by suffering a time share ("vacation ownership") pitch for a couple of hours one morning. As long as you're sure you can say no you can get out without buying (we did have to be quite firm)!!! I can thoroughly recommend Universal Flex tickets though, really good value for money (they cover 6 parks if you go for the Plus option).
Flights - check out BA at the moment, my friend has just text to say flights down to about c.£309 if you fly before the end of March this year.
Guidebook - Brit Guide to Orlando, REALLY useful book with lots of hints and tips in.
#11
Aimee1985
I also use http://www.disboards.com

I got my flights for next august from expedia, flying with virgin for £1488 for 2 adult and 3 children.
Booked a package with Disney UK with free dining including 14 day passes, many other benefits staying at Old Key West for £1900. We go every year and always try and hunt down the bargains!

Hope this helps :thumbsup:


That's good, we are in the same position as you, getting value for a family of 5 is difficult. When we have checked for virgin flights it has come out over £2500 and more on other dates.
#12
I've been checking flight prices today for Orlando in October, BA were coming out cheaper than Virgin for the dates I need
#13
tigers66
That's good, we are in the same position as you, getting value for a family of 5 is difficult. When we have checked for virgin flights it has come out over £2500 and more on other dates.


Definitely, its not cheap and i had shopped around for awhile to get a good price but i don't like leaving it to the last minute, i like to plan in advance :thumbsup:
The dates are 16th august - 30th august flying from Manchester to Orlando International Airport if that helps. Expedia are also on quidco, tracked at £14.88 :)
#14
Aimee1985
Definitely, its not cheap and i had shopped around for awhile to get a good price but i don't like leaving it to the last minute, i like to plan in advance :thumbsup:
The dates are 16th august - 30th august flying from Manchester to Orlando International Airport if that helps. Expedia are also on quidco, tracked at £14.88 :)


We are going in March, four adults and 2 teens which go as adults. Found Expedia good as well and got Quidco, booked both flights and hotel on there, but checked prices on the web first. Found BA cheaper than Virgin. Booked car hire with Alamo via the BA website through Quidco so go a bit back that way, price checked it first. You don't have to go BA to use their website to book the car. Booked Disney tickets with Walt Disney Travel company £169 for 14 days and the Universal tickets with [url]www.attractionticketsdirect.co.uk[/url] they gave us a deal at 2008 prices. Book I recommend is Brits Guide to Orlando by Simon Veness, excellent.
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croydebay21;3944736
Book I recommend is Brits Guide to Orlando by Simon Veness, excellent.


Agree with this, we used that book the two times we visited and it's great :thumbsup:

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