1 week in Disney Hotel for 4 adults, 1 kid, 1 infant, £1,731 via TUI. Departs 11/04 from Manchester
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1 week in Disney Hotel for 4 adults, 1 kid, 1 infant, £1,731 via TUI. Departs 11/04 from Manchester

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Found 30th Mar
This is my first post so be nice but this deal looks to good to be true, 1 week staying at the Disney Art of Animation in Florida, flying out Manchester on 11th April, 4 adults, 1 kid, 1 infant, under £1800 total. Flying Dreamliner with TUI it’s a
cracking deal if you can get kids out of school for a few extra days after the easter holidays.
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4 adults, 1 kid & 1 infant ??? Am I the only one that this doesn’t sound right to
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4 adults, 1 kid & 1 infant ??? Am I the only one that this doesn’t sound right to
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Kojo_Segu7 h, 44 m ago

4 adults, 1 kid & 1 infant ??? Am I the only one that this doesn’t sound r …4 adults, 1 kid & 1 infant ??? Am I the only one that this doesn’t sound right to


Yep! Same here!
Kojo_Segu9 h, 3 m ago

4 adults, 1 kid & 1 infant ??? Am I the only one that this doesn’t sound r …4 adults, 1 kid & 1 infant ??? Am I the only one that this doesn’t sound right to


2 couples with a child each maybe?
Mary_Mary16 m ago

2 couples with a child each maybe?


2 couples with a kid & infant going Disney
Maybe taking the grandparents as well?
Was curious, so just looked myself. 4x Adults and 2x Under 17's works out at £1677 for the week. Slightly cheaper and a bit less specific child wise. Hell of a price though for 6x people to Florida alone, let alone stopping at a Disney Resort! Oh and it includes Car Hire for the week.
Edited by: "shay0" 31st Mar
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Mum, dad, 2 kids and granny and granda would work out perfect for. You can actually get 4 adults 2 kids and an infant for roughly the same price
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Sorry I didn’t realise someone had already posted a similar deal a few days ago, hotukdeals.com/dea…795 just shows how much of a saving you can get with late deals
Sometimes kids over 13 are classed as adults so good deal
Kojo_Segu1 h, 13 m ago

2 couples with a kid & infant going Disney


Not unusual, I went to disney orlando in Feb and saw lots of adult friends with their kids. Not a big deal?
This is such a good deal I can’t resist. I’m going to let the kids have their Easter holidays at home then call in sick for them on their first week back. Tonsillitis is usually a good illness for a week off school. Heat added.
Kojo_Segu12 h, 13 m ago

4 adults, 1 kid & 1 infant ??? Am I the only one that this doesn’t sound r …4 adults, 1 kid & 1 infant ??? Am I the only one that this doesn’t sound right to


Absurdly, I’ve been looking for a deal like this to take our friends to Disney. They’ve got a five year old and a one year old. I’m just worried that they’re too young to actually enjoy Disneyland.
Does the hotel stay include park tickets? If not I think the park tickets alone can work out at a couple of thousand.

Still a great price but worth bearing in mind!
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Edited by: "Deal4Me91" 31st Mar
use code DREAM150 for an extra £150 off. an no - park tickets are not included
alexjameshaines13 h, 10 m ago

Could you at least credit …Could you at least credit this?https://www.hotukdeals.com/comments/permalink/33525561


Butthurt on the internet. #Internetoints
Edited by: "ReflexReact" 31st Mar
I put in 5 adults and one child and it comes out cheaper at £1576!!
RAhmed12341 h, 0 m ago

use code DREAM150 for an extra £150 off. an no - park tickets are not …use code DREAM150 for an extra £150 off. an no - park tickets are not included


That'll be the killer for most people then! I'd say 'good': go and see the real Florida!
Forget kids.. 6 adults is even cheaper! Would be an amazing deal for groups of friends. Unfortunately I'm tied up at work during those dates!
sJohnson2321 h, 2 m ago

Absurdly, I’ve been looking for a deal like this to take our friends to D …Absurdly, I’ve been looking for a deal like this to take our friends to Disney. They’ve got a five year old and a one year old. I’m just worried that they’re too young to actually enjoy Disneyland.



Took our kids there a few times and the Granddaughter later, she turned 5 the day we flew home. 5 is the right age for a first visit IMO. I'd say Under-3 yrs and a lot of it will be lost on them, but for the price, you can't go wrong trying.
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