13 nights Orlando bed & breakfast Thomas cook - £288 per person Total price £1,152
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13 nights Orlando bed & breakfast Thomas cook - £288 per person Total price £1,152

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Found 28th Mar
I posted a similar deal last week for the same hotel. This time slightly dearer but still a bargain

13 Nights, Continental Breakfast


Deluxe 2 Queens Room
(2 Adults, 2 Children)

Max age for child price 19

Flight

Outbound - Thomas Cook Airlines
19 April 2018
11:55 Manchester - 16:05 Orlando International

Return - Thomas Cook Airlines
02 May 2018
18:20 Orlando International - 07:45 Manchester

Airport transfer: Airport: approx. 1hr

Also included in your final holiday price
£288 per person
Total price
£1,152
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I stayed there last year and it's actually fairly decent for the price. Rooms were nice and clean and beds very comfy. We were out all day at the parks so literally just there to sleep
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Edited by: "centurion" 28th Mar
bargain ! why is it so cheap !!
mummy223 m ago

bargain ! why is it so cheap !!


It’s in school term time probably.(annoyed)
My last week deal worked out at £175 per person for 14 nights 2 adults 2 kids. Mixed comments about the hotel but still cheap just for the flights
£273 per person for 15 nights herethomascook.com/pac…t=1
15 Nights, Continental Breakfast


Deluxe 2 Queens Room
(2 Adults, 2 Children)

Max age for child price 19

Flight

Outbound - Thomas Cook Airlines
17 April 2018
10:15 Manchester - 14:35 Orlando International

Return - Thomas Cook Airlines
02 May 2018
18:20 Orlando International - 07:45 Manchester

Airport transfer: Airport: approx. 1hr

Also included in your final holiday price
£273
Total price
£1,092
Sorry to jump on the post but any deals on Santa’s Lapland
If you oe anyone else finds cheap holidays in goa or china or Thailand will you please post them tnx
mummy222 h, 48 m ago

bargain ! why is it so cheap !!


Reviews say that it is a dump. Probably why
mummy225 h, 18 m ago

bargain ! why is it so cheap !!


It’s 2 why's here:
1 - is normal price as should be, all the other times you were overcharged!
2 - usa the most in the world who sent out Russian diplomats with their families, so replacement needs to be done... They will get their profit back not by quality but by quantity.
I stayed there last year and it's actually fairly decent for the price. Rooms were nice and clean and beds very comfy. We were out all day at the parks so literally just there to sleep
How much would I need to spend for 2 weeks in Orlando Disney going in the summer staying in Kissimmee
JLH8629th Mar

How much would I need to spend for 2 weeks in Orlando Disney going in the …How much would I need to spend for 2 weeks in Orlando Disney going in the summer staying in Kissimmee


2 adults and 1 child
good price....but theres a hell of alot more to add if want a holiday to remember for years to come.....
mickey_brock6 h, 45 m ago

If you oe anyone else finds cheap holidays in goa or china or Thailand …If you oe anyone else finds cheap holidays in goa or china or Thailand will you please post them tnx


Check this if you want to go to Goa.
tui.co.uk/destinations/deals/last-minute-holidays
Put filter as Goa.

Why am I promoting this? Cause I'm basically from Goa.
Edited by: "tcotpatpwtcot" 29th Mar
JLH8629th Mar

2 adults and 1 child


Budget for £100-150 per day for food / snacks. £2k for park tickets and other attractions for 2 adults and a child. Parking is $20 day at most parks too. Orlando is great but will never be a cheap holiday destination if you want to really enjoy yourselves. That said, the price on this deal is very good even if you just want the flights. Car hire is often cheaper to go direct to the hire company than to use the 'free' car that comes with package deals where you end up paying more for thw insurance you need.
This is a bargain so long as you don't have kids. We used to take advantage of these Term time deals all the time before we had to consider school holidays. Now we're looking at £4k plus in August. And that's before park tickets and general spending money. Supply and demand i guess.
Edited by: "TBone1979" 29th Mar
5 minutes from universal, 20 from Disney, easy access to international drive. Probably not the best hotel but it's a place to sleep and nothing more. No matter what hotel you stay at you tend to get the same '2 king beds facing a TV, bathroom facing a sink and clothes rail' type room.

I'd advise asking if you can have a room not facing the pool if possible. Trying not to sound snobby but my experience is that off peak times at cheap hotels tend to attract American families with less than amazing parenting skills so you end up with noisy kids using the pool unattended late in the night when you might want to get sleep for an early start.

£120 universal for two weeks, £350 for Disney pp. $20 a day parking. You'll want to either upgrade your car hire to waive the excess or to get separate excess insurance for ease of mind (the excess fees for accidents are eye watering and applied automatically for any accident regardless of blame)
JLH8629th Mar

How much would I need to spend for 2 weeks in Orlando Disney going in the …How much would I need to spend for 2 weeks in Orlando Disney going in the summer staying in Kissimmee


hi myself and my family went in august 2016 through a company called ocean holidays, where you can get your own villa with pool instead of being over crowded in a hotel and i can tell you it was brilliant.
all in all it cost us £1.250 each that included the flights+villa+car hire+disney tickets for the 2 weeks+ kennedy space centre+lego land+sea world and lastly bush gardens.
there was 4 adults and 1 child on the holiday and we cannot wait to go back again.
Edited by: "toonarmy2000" 29th Mar
Florida's a great place - you don't have to spend your days in an expensive theme park! In fact it's better if you don't.
Edited by: "Besford" 29th Mar
TBone19791 h, 16 m ago

Budget for £100-150 per day for food / snacks. £2k for park tickets and o …Budget for £100-150 per day for food / snacks. £2k for park tickets and other attractions for 2 adults and a child. Parking is $20 day at most parks too. Orlando is great but will never be a cheap holiday destination if you want to really enjoy yourselves. That said, the price on this deal is very good even if you just want the flights. Car hire is often cheaper to go direct to the hire company than to use the 'free' car that comes with package deals where you end up paying more for thw insurance you need.


Perfect we have bought our Disney tickets including universal with American attractions

We just need to plan out spending money and car hire

That being said this is a great deal
toonarmy200052 m ago

hi myself and my family went in august 2016 through a company called ocean …hi myself and my family went in august 2016 through a company called ocean holidays, where you can get your own villa with pool instead of being over crowded in a hotel and i can tell you it was brilliant.all in all it cost us £1.250 each that included the flights+villa+car hire+disney tickets for the 2 weeks+ kennedy space centre+lego land+sea world and lastly bush gardens.there was 4 adults and 1 child on the holiday and we cannot wait to go back again.



We are doing something very similar staying in a vila in Kissimmee booked the flights separately and got our all our parks including Disney, universal studios bush gardens sealife and water parks for 662 pp via Martin Lewis website

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2 weeks in August can't wait just need an idea of spending money was thinking 3000 pounds don't know if that's too much or too little
toonarmy20001 h, 10 m ago

hi myself and my family went in august 2016 through a company called ocean …hi myself and my family went in august 2016 through a company called ocean holidays, where you can get your own villa with pool instead of being over crowded in a hotel and i can tell you it was brilliant.all in all it cost us £1.250 that included the flights+villa+car hire+disney tickets for the 2 weeks+ kennedy space centre+lego land+sea world and lastly bush gardens.there was 4 adults and 1 child on the holiday and we cannot wait to go back again.


to be honest we ended up going to walmart and buying food from there so it cut costs down a bit we went out on for evening meals it did not really cost that much to eat out.
depending on how many there is of use i would say roughly £150 a day at the most.
toonarmy20001 h, 10 m ago

hi myself and my family went in august 2016 through a company called ocean …hi myself and my family went in august 2016 through a company called ocean holidays, where you can get your own villa with pool instead of being over crowded in a hotel and i can tell you it was brilliant.all in all it cost us £1.250 that included the flights+villa+car hire+disney tickets for the 2 weeks+ kennedy space centre+lego land+sea world and lastly bush gardens.there was 4 adults and 1 child on the holiday and we cannot wait to go back again.

We paid £7,500 for a month stay in November 2017 for 10 people, flights & villa. Remember in a house you can chill out away from the hustle & bustle and also if you must cook or prep your own breakfast etc...
0123429th Mar

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Handy tip thanks.

Think we are going to go clothes shopping with an extra luggage case to bring home is it much cheaper over there for shoes and clothes?

Our little one is only 3 so he won't eat that much
JLH8629th Mar

We are doing something very similar staying in a vila in Kissimmee booked …We are doing something very similar staying in a vila in Kissimmee booked the flights separately and got our all our parks including Disney, universal studios bush gardens sealife and water parks for 662 pp via Martin Lewis website[Image] [Image] 2 weeks in August can't wait just need an idea of spending money was thinking 3000 pounds don't know if that's too much or too little



Disney, universal studios bush gardens sealife and water parks


This is A LOT to do, unless you have 4 weeks spare! Disney on it's own can be split over 2 weeks quite nicely, going every other day. I don't know how you'd fit all that into 2 weeks unless you hit a park every single day and don't experience the rest Florida has to offer.
toonarmy20003 h, 37 m ago

to be honest we ended up going to walmart and buying food from there so it …to be honest we ended up going to walmart and buying food from there so it cut costs down a bit we went out on for evening meals it did not really cost that much to eat out.depending on how many there is of use i would say roughly £150 a day at the most.



Yeah between me, the missus and my daughter, we spent about £2000 in 2 weeks, and we ate out morning, noon and night every day, we didn't cook a thing.
JLH8629th Mar

Handy tip thanks.Think we are going to go clothes shopping with an extra …Handy tip thanks.Think we are going to go clothes shopping with an extra luggage case to bring home is it much cheaper over there for shoes and clothes?Our little one is only 3 so he won't eat that much



Not in the tourist areas but you can visit the outlets, for example Ralph Lauren is very cheap there - premiumoutlets.com/out…and
My Mum lives in Florida (1.5 hours from orlando) so we're extremely lucky to visit there every year. I know not everyone could do this but we visit their beaches for about 7 of the 21 we tend to go for and that only costs us what food we take and Gas. The beaches are awesome, we've been lucky enough to see wild dolphins, turtles and a black tip reef shark. New Smryna and Daytona beaches may be the closest to Orlando. Also check out the orlando and surrounding areas Groupon page! We've uses Groupon for LEGOLAND tickets and lots of different restaurant vouchers. We Have to go in the summer holidays so we use Skyscanner for the best flights for us. We do have connection flights but not long stop overs.
Edited by: "kizz83" 29th Mar
Booked this 2 weeks ago for £875 after cashback.
Jinkz2 h, 12 m ago

Disney, universal studios bush gardens sealife and water parksThis is A …Disney, universal studios bush gardens sealife and water parksThis is A LOT to do, unless you have 4 weeks spare! Disney on it's own can be split over 2 weeks quite nicely, going every other day. I don't know how you'd fit all that into 2 weeks unless you hit a park every single day and don't experience the rest Florida has to offer.


Hitting the parks every day I assume then go back to sleep

Might need a beach holiday after doing all of it
JLH8629th Mar

Hitting the parks every day I assume then go back to sleep Might need a …Hitting the parks every day I assume then go back to sleep Might need a beach holiday after doing all of it



First day is a killer! Try not to do everything, else you'll burn out and it won't be as enjoyable. Make sure you go to the water parks a few times on your down days.

Biggest tip is to make sure you've booked all your fast past times, need to be regimental with this one.
The dates come up a month before you leave, so every day, for 2 weeks, you need to be logged on in the morning, booking your times. This saves you a ton of time not queuing for everything.
Edited by: "Jinkz" 29th Mar
dont be suckered in with the really expensive tickets and that you need 7 days in disney 7 in Universal - you dont and if anything after a few days you need a break from the theme parks, we wasted load of money getting tickets to cover everything. Wish we'd have hit a bit of the west coast. Maybe because of older kids but we could have missed a couple of the Disney Parks, especially Epcot - though the Disney firework display is not to be missed!
TBone197911 h, 31 m ago

This is a bargain so long as you don't have kids. We used to take …This is a bargain so long as you don't have kids. We used to take advantage of these Term time deals all the time before we had to consider school holidays. Now we're looking at £4k plus in August. And that's before park tickets and general spending money. Supply and demand i guess.


Ive always taken my kids away in the holidays in the past and been a "good parent" but I won't bother any more. As long as my kids don't have loads of time off during their terms I really don't see a problem with taking them away during term time. Not only can it save you thousands, which obviously benefits the family but at the end of the day, I think a holiday abroad with family is surely time better spent for a child and better aids their development. And if they have exams etc coming up just make them double down on it prior to the holiday or even during down time when your on holiday.
Edited by: "mart321" 29th Mar
We transatlantic cruised to orlando last year and had 5 nights so bought our park tickets by the day. We actually enjoyed Epcot more than magical kingdom. The food options at magical kingdom was terrible unless you like turkey legs or mac and cheese. We enjoyed universal more than disney and recommend upgrading to the fast track there, Expensive but 10 minute queues rather than 2 hours
TBone197912 h, 11 m ago

Budget for £100-150 per day for food / snacks. £2k for park tickets and o …Budget for £100-150 per day for food / snacks. £2k for park tickets and other attractions for 2 adults and a child. Parking is $20 day at most parks too. Orlando is great but will never be a cheap holiday destination if you want to really enjoy yourselves. That said, the price on this deal is very good even if you just want the flights. Car hire is often cheaper to go direct to the hire company than to use the 'free' car that comes with package deals where you end up paying more for thw insurance you need.


Park tickets are 600pp for adults? Or at least we're when I bought 2017

Car hire insurance is £120 for a year long policy... Loads cheaper than the £350 "upgrade"... Which you don't have to have. If an accident isn't your fault then you don't pay anyway
It is not as cheap for clothes at west coast but food and hotels are cheaper.
if clothes shopping Ralph Lauren is the only one that is really cheap Timberland is but the stock is not good and all made for outlet, Oakley, coach and Kipling are very good value. We shopped more in the Florida mall than outlets more choice better goods less brits.

we stay one week onsite at Disney with a dining plan one week off site in Orlando one week on the beach.

we would not stay in a villa in Orlando if we want to go to the parks we want to be as close as possible to the parks and also don’t want to waste time making beds etc.

We buy water at Walmart for 20c as opposed to $3.25 in the parks when off site we eat dinner off site allow $40 for 2 Adults and 1 child remover 15% tips.

alos if you have the dining plan you still need to tip
Jinkz7 h, 28 m ago

First day is a killer! Try not to do everything, else you'll burn out and …First day is a killer! Try not to do everything, else you'll burn out and it won't be as enjoyable. Make sure you go to the water parks a few times on your down days. Biggest tip is to make sure you've booked all your fast past times, need to be regimental with this one. The dates come up a month before you leave, so every day, for 2 weeks, you need to be logged on in the morning, booking your times. This saves you a ton of time not queuing for everything.


Thank you for your advice
CWH29th Mar

Reviews say that it is a dump. Probably why


The flights cost alone is worth booking
centurion28th Mar

My last week deal worked out at £175 per person for 14 nights 2 adults 2 …My last week deal worked out at £175 per person for 14 nights 2 adults 2 kids. Mixed comments about the hotel but still cheap just for the flights


Shame London flights are so much more expensive! I would have booked purely for flights and booked my own hotel
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