14 Day Disney Orlando Florida Ultimate Ticket With Memory Maker & Fastpass £349
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14 Day Disney Orlando Florida Ultimate Ticket With Memory Maker & Fastpass £349

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Found 21st May 2017
American Attractions have cut the price of their Disney tickets down to £349 for adults and £329 for young kids . Cheapest I could find for the Ultimate Ticket With Memory Maker and Fastpass. Have been monitoring prices for over a month now.

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Looking for the one ticket that allows you to experience all there is to see and do at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida along with all the flexibility and freedom you need to make your dream holiday come true? A ticket that is valid for 14 consecutive days and is also fantastic value? Then look no further than Disney’s Ultimate Ticket!

Whether you like to plan out each day perfectly or simply go wherever the mood takes you, with the ability to hop between all the Disney Theme Parks throughout the day, this ticket really let’s you play Disney your way. You can do as much or as little as you please - for example, take an early morning safari at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park, then a refreshing swim at a Disney Water Park in the afternoon, followed by the fireworks at Epcot in the evening – it’s up to you, and there’s no need to plan. Tickets includes use of the FastPass+ system which reduces queuing time.

DISNEY’S ULTIMATE TICKET GIVES UNLIMITED ACCESS TO:

Magic Kingdom Park

Epcot

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Theme Park Disney’s Blizzard Beach and Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Parks*

Oak Trail Golf Course (Green fees only - golf equipment hire is available but comes at an additional charge; tee time reservations are required and subject to availability)

ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex (valid only on event days; some events require an additional admission charge)

One round of mini golf each day of your ticket at either Disney's Fantasia Gardens Mini Golf Course or Disney’s Winter Summerland Mini Golf Course (round must start before 4.00pm)

BEST FOR YOU

Exclusively designed for UK guests visiting Florida for two or three weeks, Disney’s Ultimate Ticket is only available in the UK.

Best value for money

Double the fun! For only a few pounds more than Disney’s 7 Day Ultimate Ticket, enjoy all the advantages of this dream ticket for the whole of your holiday as opposed to just 7 days! 

Best flexibility

With unlimited admission,Disney’s Ultimate Ticket provides complete freedom to come and go as you please, and visit more than one Park on the same day. Experience everything Walt Disney World Resort has to offer for your entire holiday – this is your ticket to play Disney your way!

BUY BEFORE YOU FLY!

Disney's Ultimate Tickets are exclusive to the UK and you have to buy them before you leave the UK!

The Disney Ultimate Tickets offer best value for money and massive savings compared to single day tickets purchased at the Theme Park gates!

Buy tickets in pounds sterling so you know exactly how much you're spending

Budget holiday expenses in advance, so you're not eating into your spending money

FREE MEMORY MAKER WORTH $169 WITH ADULT DISNEY TICKETS!

With Memory Maker, your whole family can be in the picture at Disney PhotoPass locations as well as select attractions and dining locations throughout Walt Disney World Resort. Ride photos are included too! Capture Disney memories like your family posing together in front of Cinderella Castle, screaming down Splash Mountain, hugging Mickey Mouse and so much more.

Forget about having to purchase each photo individual, with Memory Maker you can get digital copies of them all and download as many photos as you want as many times as you like! This amazing added value benefit is exclusive for UK and Irish customers pre-purchasing an adult Disney ticket.

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, you can visit more than one park in a day….in fact you can visit all of them as many times as you like!

Your ticket includes unlimited usage of the Walt Disney World Transportation System, the easiest option for hopping from one park to another.

Yes, the ticket expires after 14 days and is activated the first time you pass through a turnstile. Over a 14 day period you can use the ticket as little or as often as you like

Yes, the minimum number of days available is 14 days, however Disney’s Ultimate Ticket represents fantastic value for money. A one-day Hopper Ticket purchased locally will cost around $165/£117.

Staying less than a week? Look at purchasing a Disney 7 Day Ultimate Ticket.

No, one day tickets are not available for purchase in the UK

Yes, the ticket includes use of the My Magic+/Disney FASTPASS system which reduces queuing time.

The Disney 14-Day Ultimate Ticket is only valid to use in the calendar year purchased e.g. 2017 Disney Tickets must be activated on or before 31 December 2017.
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Word of advice - if you've never been ask yourself if you're likely to go back again in the future, if so then don't "over ticket" as the pressure to get your money's worth and see everything can be a real pressure on the trip, family, kids etc ie you will make yourselves and especially kids walk about it the heat all day every day as you have all these expensive tickets to use.... Far better (if you're fortunate enough to be able to do so) is just get the correct tickets for your groups age (Disney for younger kids and universal etc for older) if you factor in a couple of chill out days, day shopping, then the ultimate Disney ticket will keep you busy for a fortnight. Very easy if you want to do Disney properly to spend 2 days in each of the parks and a day in each water park. Less pressure on you and the kids that way and you get a more relaxed time in the parks. Florida is brilliant but very tiring at the same time... Couldn't go evey year as need a holiday to recover. Also if you've never been buy the Brit guide before you go and actually read it as it's full of great advice
Edited by: "LPKLPKLPK" 21st May 2017
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Universal parks are amazing ,best to do both if you can.
Spartan117b

Universal parks are amazing ,best to do both if you can.



Agree with this. Might be worth getting a package for both which is around £549 currently.
It's nice having the option to go between whatever Park you want - when you want.
Florida Escapes have the Disney ticket for £348
Good deal compared to the normal price I guess, but I'm surprised people actually want to go to these parks for whole 14 days
vnd3tta

Good deal compared to the normal price I guess, but I'm surprised people … Good deal compared to the normal price I guess, but I'm surprised people actually want to go to these parks for whole 14 days


Maybe wont be used on all 14 days but a 5 day ticket costs the same..
vnd3tta

Good deal compared to the normal price I guess, but I'm surprised people … Good deal compared to the normal price I guess, but I'm surprised people actually want to go to these parks for whole 14 days




Have you been ?

Pretty easily with the parks on offer and the water parks.

Plus the great food.

I would always advise people to check the onsite prices however factoring in the money that can be saved if you get free dining included. This really can add up.
LOL - I've been pricing up a trip, it'll cost about £300 for passports, then £2014 for park tickets and that's before I get flights or accommodation...
Is it me or have the prices increased for everything?

Heat added btw, nice find!
Edited by: "aLV426" 21st May 2017
aLV426

LOL - I've been pricing up a trip, it'll cost about £300 for passports, … LOL - I've been pricing up a trip, it'll cost about £300 for passports, then £2014 for park tickets and that's before I get flights or accommodation...Is it me or have the prices increased for everything?Heat added btw, nice find!



Prices have gone up about £50pp since last July when I went. I got the 14 day Disney and Universal passes for £500 in total from floridatix. I prefer them also as they send you out the tickets so no waiting in lines when you are there.

They are actually going up another £150pp next year though...
Edited by: "dbizal" 21st May 2017
Prices are up because the £ is down vs the dollar. Only reason why flights are similar is because Oil is bought in dollars and due to it being high and the price of crude low, it's protecting flight costs for us.
Word of advice - if you've never been ask yourself if you're likely to go back again in the future, if so then don't "over ticket" as the pressure to get your money's worth and see everything can be a real pressure on the trip, family, kids etc ie you will make yourselves and especially kids walk about it the heat all day every day as you have all these expensive tickets to use.... Far better (if you're fortunate enough to be able to do so) is just get the correct tickets for your groups age (Disney for younger kids and universal etc for older) if you factor in a couple of chill out days, day shopping, then the ultimate Disney ticket will keep you busy for a fortnight. Very easy if you want to do Disney properly to spend 2 days in each of the parks and a day in each water park. Less pressure on you and the kids that way and you get a more relaxed time in the parks. Florida is brilliant but very tiring at the same time... Couldn't go evey year as need a holiday to recover. Also if you've never been buy the Brit guide before you go and actually read it as it's full of great advice
Edited by: "LPKLPKLPK" 21st May 2017
Sure we only ever pay £315 for adults, have they gone up again this yr? We go every year and they are great value, hard to do all the 6 Disney parks in full in 14 days, we have had Disney and universal tickets but find you just can't fit it all in so opting for just universal this year as the new volcano bay water park is open. - will do Disney next year for new pandora world at animal kingdom. - have a great time.
vnd3tta

Good deal compared to the normal price I guess, but I'm surprised people … Good deal compared to the normal price I guess, but I'm surprised people actually want to go to these parks for whole 14 days



Assume you havnt been? You really struggle to get round all 6 Disney parks in 14 days, it's the entertainment capital of the world. Disney is 40 sq miles of theme parks.
aLV426

LOL - I've been pricing up a trip, it'll cost about £300 for passports, … LOL - I've been pricing up a trip, it'll cost about £300 for passports, then £2014 for park tickets and that's before I get flights or accommodation...Is it me or have the prices increased for everything?Heat added btw, nice find!



Get flights 1st, that's the main cost, flights can vary from £550-£900pp. Villa, £1200, car £500, tickets £350pp or £240 for universal
LPKLPKLPK

Word of advice - if you've never been ask yourself if you're likely to go … Word of advice - if you've never been ask yourself if you're likely to go back again in the future, if so then don't "over ticket" as the pressure to get your money's worth and see everything can be a real pressure on the trip, family, kids etc ie you will make yourselves and especially kids walk about it the heat all day every day as you have all these expensive tickets to use.... Far better (if you're fortunate enough to be able to do so) is just get the correct tickets for your groups age (Disney for younger kids and universal etc for older) if you factor in a couple of chill out days, day shopping, then the ultimate Disney ticket will keep you busy for a fortnight. Very easy if you want to do Disney properly to spend 2 days in each of the parks and a day in each water park. Less pressure on you and the kids that way and you get a more relaxed time in the parks. Florida is brilliant but very tiring at the same time... Couldn't go evey year as need a holiday to recover. Also if you've never been buy the Brit guide before you go and actually read it as it's full of great advice



Great advice
Booking Disney for next year with our kids aged 3 and 5, think we're more excited than them.
dbizal

Prices have gone up about £50pp since last July when I went. I got the 14 … Prices have gone up about £50pp since last July when I went. I got the 14 day Disney and Universal passes for £500 in total from floridatix. I prefer them also as they send you out the tickets so no waiting in lines when you are there. They are actually going up another £150pp next year though...



Is this speculation or fact? I want to see Avatar world and trying to work out if to take kids out for a few days in at the end of the 6 weeks holidays as flights are a bit cheaper around 20th Aug (2 days to be exact) or wait to see what happens to the £££ vs $$$ in 2018.

I really can't see Disney going near the £500 mark for a ticket - but then when we first started going they used to charge £169 for the same ticket!! So what do I know....

To go now - or wait.......Hmmmmmm
imiskeen

Is this speculation or fact? I want to see Avatar world and trying to … Is this speculation or fact? I want to see Avatar world and trying to work out if to take kids out for a few days in at the end of the 6 weeks holidays as flights are a bit cheaper around 20th Aug (2 days to be exact) or wait to see what happens to the £££ vs $$$ in 2018.I really can't see Disney going near the £500 mark for a ticket - but then when we first started going they used to charge £169 for the same ticket!! So what do I know....To go now - or wait.......Hmmmmmm



When I was searching I wasn't sure whether I would have the Money to go this November so was looking at prices in March. The difference between the two was around £100-150 (Park Tickets alone) Went to double check but it seems like the prices for 2018 are no longer available... Guess we will just have to wait and see.

Paris Annual passes have gone up by about £100 which sucks also, but I guess it stops those who go for 4 days just buying that instead of 4 separate day passes.
dbizal

When I was searching I wasn't sure whether I would have the Money to go … When I was searching I wasn't sure whether I would have the Money to go this November so was looking at prices in March. The difference between the two was around £100-150 (Park Tickets alone) Went to double check but it seems like the prices for 2018 are no longer available... Guess we will just have to wait and see. Paris Annual passes have gone up by about £100 which sucks also, but I guess it stops those who go for 4 days just buying that instead of 4 separate day passes.



Yeah - I see that most sites have taken down or removed the 2018 ticket options recently so no doubt the mouse is reassessing how much he can squeeze out of those poor parents. (Literally!) I think a £100 hike for a 14 day ticket would be a bit harsh, but I wouldn't be surprised to be paying £399 for an adult for 2018.

No matter how good the parks are, paying more than £100 a day for park entry alone for a family of four is getting a bit crazy......Don't forget add $20 to park as well.

Gone are the days when doing all the parks in one holiday was an affordable option. Glad (in a way) mine will be past the whole Disney thing soon. But the thing is - IT IS A MAGICAL PLACE.!!! So frustrating.
Edited by: "imiskeen" 21st May 2017
Just to add to the advice:

Parking at both Universal and Disney is both $20 a day which becomes fairly eye watering for a 2 week holiday. There is no way to get around this or reduce the cost except to use a shuttle.

Memory Maker is great; exiting a ride, you tap your ticket/wristband on a mickey globe thingy and the photo gets sent to an online account (gets deleted after a couple of months so be sure to download them). Don't even have to queue up.

Fast pass spots fill out a long long time in advance. For Frozen, both Avatar rides, Soarin, seven Dwarves mine train you'll want to book multiple months in advance. I went at one of the quietest times of the year and Frozen often hit 90 minutes.

Genuinely quiet days at Disney are rare but you can pick less busy days. Avoid the temptation to go to Magic Kingdom first day if you're arriving at a weekend. Lots of calendars around that'll give you a good idea of the best parks for each day.

Food is expensive. It can be much cheaper to fill up at a Golden Coral breakfast than to eat at the park.

Carry a bottle of water with you for hot days and refill it at water fountains.

My estimate for days at the parks: Magic Kingdom 2 days, Epcot 2 days, Animal Kingdom I did in 1 day but the two Avatar rides may stretch this to 2 days, Disney Studios 1 day.
imiskeen

Yeah - I see that most sites have taken down or removed the 2018 ticket … Yeah - I see that most sites have taken down or removed the 2018 ticket options recently so no doubt the mouse is reassessing how much he can squeeze out of those poor parents. (Literally!) I think a £100 hike for a 14 day ticket would be a bit harsh, but I wouldn't be surprised to be paying £399 for an adult for 2018. :(No matter how good the parks are, paying more than £100 a day for park entry alone for a family of four is getting a bit crazy......Don't forget add $20 to park as well. :(Gone are the days when doing all the parks in one holiday was an affordable option. Glad (in a way) mine will be past the whole Disney thing soon. But the thing is - IT IS A MAGICAL PLACE.!!! So frustrating.



This is why I don't have Children haha. It's Cheaper and me and the Missus can do as we please over the 2 weeks in Orlando and the parks.
The 14 day unlimited pass was £299 for last 3 months from Disney site, which includes everything you mention, I purchased one myself and got back from there a week ago. If your not going soon I would hold off as there is never usually much change in prices, another option is to make a plan and only purchase the days you need. Undercover tourist will be the cheapest site around for that, it's also a great site to plan as it has a crowd calendar prediction that really help. Have a great time.
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abigsmurf

Fast pass spots fill out a long long time in advance. For Frozen, both … Fast pass spots fill out a long long time in advance. For Frozen, both Avatar rides, Soarin, seven Dwarves mine train you'll want to book multiple months in advance. I went at one of the quietest times of the year and Frozen often hit 90 minutes..



LOL 90 minutes at Easter when I went would have been a short wait!
The fast pass thing is a pain, people reserve the fastpasses way ahead before they travel for every day, even though they can only do 3. Then they might not uses them but they have stopped other people from using them.
It means you can't take it a day at a time, you have to pre-plan everything if you want to make the most of fast pass.

So, if you are one Monday and decide you are going to Epcot on Tuesday, you go to get a fastpass and find the earliest is 8PM. Grrr!

On the plus side, we waited in the standby queues for many rides between fast pass rides and the queues were never as long as they said. The Disney app shows the wait time for each ride.

Have a day at Kennedy Space Center, or half a day there and half a day on Cocoa Beach.

Check out discovery cove for an amazing swimming experience.
i got the combined ticket for Disney & universal for £500 from travel agents when booking. its shot up again I see. We go next month
Thanks OP. Almost purchased these tickets two weeks ago so I've saved a bit by holding off. Don't forget using MSE6 will bring the cost of each ticket down by a further £6! (Every penny counts as parking is an extra cost)
Totally agree with the other advice above, don't try to do to much. On our first Disney trip we had 3 weeks of just Disney - before we went I thought that it might be hell on earth, but it was actually fantastic. We went into a park almost every day, but only for a couple of hours in the morning or evening to use our fastpasses plus whatever didn't have a long queue - some nights we were there until 2am and you could walk onto every ride, although there weren't too many with such late opening. We avoided the heat of the day and never had to wait for a ride - and that was at Easter, which is the busiest time of the year bar Christmas. We saw as much in a couple of hours as people just turning up and waiting in line would do in a full day. We did spend one full day at Epcot and hated it (the experience, not the park) - far too hot throughout the day, sore feet, getting grumpy and irritable with everything. Friends there at the same time had a fortnight to do all of Disney, Universal and Seaworld... they hated every minute of their holiday and came back absolutely exhausted. We loved it, best trip we've ever had.
Edited by: "panddda" 21st May 2017
Any tips on the cheapest time to go flights and accommodation wise for a single traveller, I was looking at making a trip to Disney on my own sometime this year as I want to fully explore it all at my own leisure for once having visited several times in the past with family / friends and being rushed about because everyone argues about where to go and what to do!

Sadly I can't drive either so would be limited to staying near Disney which isn't a problem for me as long as I can find somewhere close by with easy public transport links to the Disney parks!

johncas

Any tips on the cheapest time to go flights and accommodation wise for a … Any tips on the cheapest time to go flights and accommodation wise for a single traveller, I was looking at making a trip to Disney on my own sometime this year as I want to fully explore it all at my own leisure for once having visited several times in the past with family / friends and being rushed about because everyone argues about where to go and what to do!Sadly I can't drive either so would be limited to staying near Disney which isn't a problem for me as long as I can find somewhere close by with easy public transport links to the Disney parks!



Flight prices are totally random, especially if you don't mind an indirect flights. We've booked next Easter school hols for #300 each with Air Portugal (although that's to Miami) and have had fabulous deals in the past with BA booking flight and hotel together. When are you looking to go and where from?
panddda

Totally agree with the other advice above, don't try to do to much. On … Totally agree with the other advice above, don't try to do to much. On our first Disney trip we had 3 weeks of just Disney - before we went I thought that it might be hell on earth, but it was actually fantastic. We went into a park almost every day, but only for a couple of hours in the morning or evening to use our fastpasses plus whatever didn't have a long queue - some nights we were there until 2am and you could walk onto every ride, although there weren't too many with such late opening. We avoided the heat of the day and never had to wait for a ride - and that was at Easter, which is the busiest time of the year bar Christmas. We saw as much in a couple of hours as people just turning up and waiting in line would do in a full day. We did spend one full day at Epcot and hated it (the experience, not the park) - far too hot throughout the day, sore feet, getting grumpy and irritable with everything. Friends there at the same time had a fortnight to do all of Disney, Universal and Seaworld... they hated every minute of their holiday and came back absolutely exhausted. We loved it, best trip we've ever had.



​Totally agree, it's all about quality time and enjoyment, not quantity. If you plan it right, do attractions in the right order, use your fast passes wisely and go at the right time of day / year you can beat the queues, and do it all with very little stress, tantrums or blisters. Buy the brit guide, do your research and do it wisely and it's great.
johncas

Any tips on the cheapest time to go flights and accommodation wise for a … Any tips on the cheapest time to go flights and accommodation wise for a single traveller, I was looking at making a trip to Disney on my own sometime this year as I want to fully explore it all at my own leisure for once having visited several times in the past with family / friends and being rushed about because everyone argues about where to go and what to do!Sadly I can't drive either so would be limited to staying near Disney which isn't a problem for me as long as I can find somewhere close by with easy public transport links to the Disney parks!



The third/fourth week in September and November are generally the cheapest time in the year to fly to Florida. Villas and condos are cheaper than hotels if going in a party of 4+. Windsor Hills is the closest and generally the best villa /condo community for Disney parks although there are many many more. When hiring a car, Use Alamo "brits" discount page. Sign up to Groupon Orlando and make purchases of cheap dining deals. Don't Over Ticket at the parks.

Checkout thedibb.co.uk for loads of other tips and tricks to keep costs low. Don't forget to have fun.
If you are thinking of going and maybe adding on Universal, getting the ticket deal (Disney + Universal 14 day etc. @ £500) may seem a lot, but actually it's not too bad when you consider door prices to Universal. If you get the park hopper ticket so you can do both Studios and Island of Adventure (and you need this to use the Hogwarts Express) then for an adult for one day, that ticket is $199 on the door (possibly + tax on that, not 100% sure). So if you only go to universal twice in the 14 days, you have probably saved money and you have the flexibility of doing it any time in your 14 days.

Universal is great if you like the more adult rides (Hulk is probably the best coaster I have ever been on). The whole feel at Universal is a lot more cooler and everything looks and feels more modern. Disney is great and all, especially for kids, the shows and fireworks at Disney are way better, but I definitely prefer Universal.

Also, for both Disney and Universal, if you drive to the parks, you have to pay $20 / day to park. You can switch between Disney parks in the same day if you like. All in one place for Universal so no need. So remember to factor this in when planning a holiday budget.

Was out there last month, did Disney and Universal for 14 days. Loved it, already want to go back again.
aLV426

LOL - I've been pricing up a trip, it'll cost about £300 for passports, … LOL - I've been pricing up a trip, it'll cost about £300 for passports, then £2014 for park tickets and that's before I get flights or accommodation...Is it me or have the prices increased for everything?



Prices generally do, it's just interest rates that go down!
They were doing these just after Christmas for £289 and the exchange rate has been pretty flat but I think Disney were doing them cheaper due to poorer than usual sales.

I wouldn't recommend Universal and Disney in 2 weeks. You won't get it all in and it can get a bit hectic and stressy going to parks for 14 days straight. Also the parks are about 45 minutes apart with traffic and the everlasting roadworks so it's a logistical nightmare too.

Having just been in April I'd say you need 2 days for Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios. Maybe same for Epcot but I found that a bit boring though I know others who love it! Also a day for each water park and you're already up to 10 days.

Wa it until the 'free' dining offer ends on the Disney website. The tickets will then likely drop down to 25% off again like they were before 'free' dining started this year. I am a DVC owner, staying away from Avatar this year as it will be mad, but going 2018. Flights of Passage is meant to be awesome.
Are the tickets transferable ?
We are a family of four , 3 adults and 16 year old. Would it be possible to use 2 tickets for 4 of us (only 2 going per day ).
We certainly won't be going every day of our 14 day Florida stay. But if we could alternative that would work.
hotmale_com

Are the tickets transferable ? We are a family of four , 3 adults and 16 … Are the tickets transferable ? We are a family of four , 3 adults and 16 year old. Would it be possible to use 2 tickets for 4 of us (only 2 going per day ).We certainly won't be going every day of our 14 day Florida stay. But if we could alternative that would work.



​No, they take your finger print the first time you use your ticket and it's then only valid for 14 days from then and with the associated person.
Secret to Disney is staying on site, if you can afford it as the prices, particularly for the luxury places are astronomical which is why I bought a DVC Resale. However staying on site takes the experience to a whole new level. I always dismissed it as not worth it in my 20+ trips to Florida, but having done it last summer, I'd never go back so bought the DVC. The secret is get in for Extra Magic Morning hours. Plan the Fastpasses for when it starts getting busy about 11 You've already done half a dozen attractions by then. Use Touring Plans to utilise queuing data and plan the route. By doing this I queued for virtually nothing and was heading back for the hotel at 2.30 for relaxation before going out for something to eat. Compare and contrast to coming into the car park, having to queue to get on the monorail at the ticket and transportation centre, getting in the park when it is already getting busy etc.
Edited by: "wakeywarrior" 22nd May 2017
antony1971

Get flights 1st, that's the main cost, flights can vary from £550-£900pp. … Get flights 1st, that's the main cost, flights can vary from £550-£900pp. Villa, £1200, car £500, tickets £350pp or £240 for universal


I know - I'm looking at £10k and that's self catering and not including spending money!oO
imiskeen

The third/fourth week in September and November are generally the … The third/fourth week in September and November are generally the cheapest time in the year to fly to Florida. Villas and condos are cheaper than hotels if going in a party of 4+. Windsor Hills is the closest and generally the best villa /condo community for Disney parks although there are many many more. When hiring a car, Use Alamo "brits" discount page. Sign up to Groupon Orlando and make purchases of cheap dining deals. Don't Over Ticket at the parks. Checkout http://www.thedibb.co.uk for loads of other tips and tricks to keep costs low. Don't forget to have fun.



Excellent advice.

I went early May for 2 weeks with a 9 and 11 year old - IMO, the perfect age to really appreciate it. Both my boys were tall enough to go on all the rides which makes such a difference (too many sleeping children being pushed around Disney Parks). Both myself and the wife like the rides so it meant no standing about in the heat.

It's not just about the rides as all the shows and atmosphere at the parks is great too. Before the holiday I was sceptical at best but after an hour at Epcot on the first day I was completely sold on the whole experience.....

We didn't lay in bed - we were up early and the parks early most days - not a problem at the start as you are bound to be on UK time.

We used the water parks as rest days but they are brilliant fun too. We probably did 'over ticket' but using a park planner meant we did alot less queuing and managed to do everything bar Busch Gardens. Infact, the only day we didn't use a plan, Animal Kingdom, meant everyone was 100% onboard for using the planner for the rest of the holiday.
Don't forget to account for the price of parking if you're driving yourself around. Last time we went it was $20 per day however the receipt from one parking lot will cover all of the Disney parks. As good as it is and as much as I love it, for a family of 5 Universal offers much better value for money.
johncas

Any tips on the cheapest time to go flights and accommodation wise for a … Any tips on the cheapest time to go flights and accommodation wise for a single traveller, I was looking at making a trip to Disney on my own sometime this year as I want to fully explore it all at my own leisure for once having visited several times in the past with family / friends and being rushed about because everyone argues about where to go and what to do!Sadly I can't drive either so would be limited to staying near Disney which isn't a problem for me as long as I can find somewhere close by with easy public transport links to the Disney parks!



​We went at the beginning of December one year and found it really quiet, Doing our research showed it to be the quietest time for parks. Plus everywhere looked lovely with all the Xmas decorations. Check out The Dibb website, full of great advice about Disney by mostly uk people.
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