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Hi, Does anyone know if you can buy individual tickets for the different parts of disney in florida? Also, has anyone been to discovery cove? what's it like? what's the food like? much choice? …
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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
Hi,

Does anyone know if you can buy individual tickets for the different parts of disney in florida?

Also, has anyone been to discovery cove? what's it like? what's the food like? much choice?

Thank you x
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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
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All your answers will be here:

http://www.thedibb.co.uk/
#2
thank you, have repped you!

just wanted to see if anyone on here has been
#3
You can pay at the door for one day at disney but their not cheap. Far better deals on the net. I always use attractionticketsdirect.

As for Discovery Cove its amazing. The whole day from start to finish is 10/10. Service, Atmosphere, Experience, Food.......all makes the day fantastic!!!

So much so I'm off for my 3rd time in December.
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You can pay at the door for one day at disney but their not cheap. Far better deals on the net. I always use attractionticketsdirect.

As for Discovery Cove its amazing. The whole day from start to finish is 10/10. Service, Atmosphere, Experience, Food.......all makes the day fantastic!!!

So much so I'm off for my 3rd time in December.


Yes agree, Discovery Cove is one fantastic place, but I would advise booking it before you go as they only let a certain amount of people in each day. You can include the dolphin swim which I highly recommend :thumbsup:
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The gate prices in all the parks are quite pricey, I have seen a ticket combination for all the parks priced around £370 ish, Disney,Universal,Sea world,Aquatica. But If you do go to Discovery cove I'm sure you get 7 day free entry into either sea world, or aquatica. But the dibb is the best pace to check.
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Thanks everyone, will rep you all in a minute.

We are going in September, I've just bought tickets for discovery cove and got 14 day pass for seaworld included in the ticket price. It cost us £120 each for the dolphin swim ticket and £60 for the non dolphin swim ticket.

We'd like to go to Universal and disneys epcot and animal kingdom parks. I know where to get the universal tickets from and can get a combined disney and universal ticket for £309 per adult but just wondered if it would be cheaper to just buy for the two disney parks seperately?

To the guys that have been to discovery cove - what is the breakfast there like? and lunch and snacks?
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caz1cool
Thanks everyone, will rep you all in a minute.

We are going in September, I've just bought tickets for discovery cove and got 14 day pass for seaworld included in the ticket price. It cost us £120 each for the dolphin swim ticket and £60 for the non dolphin swim ticket.

We'd like to go to Universal and disneys epcot and animal kingdom parks. I know where to get the universal tickets from and can get a combined disney and universal ticket for £309 per adult but just wondered if it would be cheaper to just buy for the two disney parks seperately?

To the guys that have been to discovery cove - what is the breakfast there like? and lunch and snacks?


Didn't have breakfast, but the buffet lunch included is really good, the photo's and video they take of the swim are quite pricey but IMHO worth having as a keepsake. :thumbsup:
All snacks at all the parks are ok, bit more expensive than outside, just depends on what you want
#8
:) thank you. Cant wait to go now!

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