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Wheres a good place to book a Disney World holiday

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7y, 3d agoPosted 7 years, 3 days ago
We are thinking of booking a holiday for me,my wife and 3 kids (8,12,14) to disney world orlando.
Ive been looking into it but i cant seem to find one that includes flights,hotel,and entrance tickets as one package.
Well actually disney worlds website did actually offer that but i would prefer a local company.
Im thinking of going next year for a week between 18th september-26th september.
I thought it might work out cheaper online then rather going into a travel agents.
if anyone has any advise that would be great
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7y, 3d agoPosted 7 years, 3 days ago

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travel city direct do this
I just had a look on Thomson and If you go on the 16th Sep for 7 Days at the Quality Inn on International drive is £1426 for 2 adults and 1 child ( not sure what you needed) Adult price was about £476 each. Then you can book 7 day Disney passes through them for £244 adult and £215 child.
Personally I always book this kind of holiday individually online booking flights accomodation and carhire all separately. We went to California in the school holidays for 2 weeks 2 adults and 2 teenagers and I paid less than £2000 for flights car hire, hotels (nothing less than 3 star) insurance and airport parking. Tickets to Universal studios and Seaworls just pushed us over the £2000. we went to LA, san Diego, Las vegas and the Grand Canyon it was fab.
cheers guys ill look at travel city
i just had another look on thomas cook i think i might be doing it wrong cause it was coming through as £3600 but that was in one of the disney hotels,
i think i may book the disney tickets seperatly then ,would it be best booking them through disney direct.
weve never booked a disney holiday before and there seems like alot of different ways you can book it
I went in August this year and booked through Direct Holidays (part of Thomas Cook) - i found these to be the cheapest for a package deal Flight/Accom/Ca/Park Tickets. Good service as well. As a guide i got the package about £1000 cheaper than the same deal at Holiday Hyper Market.
Sorry I just read your post properly and I can see it is for 2 adults and 3 kids now. Although the older 2 will count as adults as far as flights are concerned. I was just checking out where I booked my flights a company called Holidaygenie.com they look like they do the whole package if required and they have a freephone number always a bonus so you can talk to someone 08000111817. I also forgot to say I always book by credit card incase of problems with company going bust it covers a refund if price is more than £100.
I booked our car with the UScarhire agency they were fab I received the voucher within minutes of paying and they also give a free upgrade in USA so we got a great big car when we onjly booked a focus.

Holiday Genie is coming up at £2372 for 4 adults and 1 child at the Champions World resort with direct BA flights

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