2017 Florida tickets now available best price around for the Orlando passport £557 at Orlando Attraction Tickets
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2017 Florida tickets now available best price around for the Orlando passport £557 at Orlando Attraction Tickets

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Found 4th Feb 2016
Adult price 2017 £557 child £532 for the Orlando passport ticker
14 days Disney
14 days universal
14 days sea world 3 park also add on items 14day legoland for £19 per adult and child includes memory maker +fast pass
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I haven't voted either way, but as a regular to Orlando this sounds quiet expensive - although I know Disney isn't cheap, it may work out cheaper to just purchase them separately for the number of days you are actually going to use them ??
Two weeks self catering in Syria has more appeal to me......

As an Orlando regular, this seems expensive but I'm not voting either way as prices may have gone up considerably.
zx636r

Two weeks self catering in Syria has more appeal to me......:|


I'm sure you'll be sorely missed.
Here is some pricing that I know of for part of what you get with this:

Seaworld and Busch Gardens (2016 Fun Card) - $190 including taxes = £130.00 (Buy at the park)
https://seaworldparks.com/en/seaworld-orlando/book-online/tickets/2016funcard/

Universal 2 Park Bonus Ticket - 14 Day Pass = £148.00 (Expedia)

That would leave £279 remaining to spend on Disney and Aquatica - which I doubt it would cost that much ??
Edited by: "happymanuk" 4th Feb 2016
zx636r

Two weeks self catering in Syria has more appeal to me......:|



​Said no one ever
happymanuk

Here is some pricing that I know of for part of what you get with … Here is some pricing that I know of for part of what you get with this:Seaworld and Busch Gardens (2016 Fun Card) - $190 including taxes = £130.00 (Buy at the park)https://seaworldparks.com/en/seaworld-orlando/book-online/tickets/2016funcard/Universal 2 Park Bonus Ticket - 14 Day Pass = £148.00 (Expedia)That would leave £279 remaining to spend on Disney and Aquatica - which I doubt it would cost that much ??


£315 per adult for Disney 14 day park hopper.
I've looked for a week for 2017 prices and compared all different sites! And couldn't touch this price for everything that's included another site wanted just over £100 more for same ticket prices have shot up on Florida tickets
stuarthanley

£315 per adult for Disney 14 day park hopper.



Wow! - Hadn't realised it was that bad. In that case, if you are going for a number of weeks and can make use of these then I suppose the deal is good then.
Jeez, we are saving up to take our kids over in the next few years but I had no idea park entry costs this much. Are there go to sites that offer decent flight, drive, hotel and park package deals, or does it pay to book separately?. I usually book separately, but I've heard that Florida is often seen as the exception to the rule
Attraction work is 525 just for Disney and universal combo
Disney 14 day ticket is £366 on its own
Universal is £168
Sea world is £94
Lego land around £54 each these are all adult prices
lord_trumpington

Jeez, we are saving up to take our kids over in the next few years but I … Jeez, we are saving up to take our kids over in the next few years but I had no idea park entry costs this much. Are there go to sites that offer decent flight, drive, hotel and park package deals, or does it pay to book separately?. I usually book separately, but I've heard that Florida is often seen as the exception to the rule



For most people they wouldn't visit the parks every single day so it wouldn't cost anywhere near as much as this. Disney parks are always the most expensive (and normally the busiest), but for a 2 week holiday you could go 3 or 4 times - which I'm sure would be cheaper than going for a 14 day pass.
lord_trumpington

Jeez, we are saving up to take our kids over in the next few years but I … Jeez, we are saving up to take our kids over in the next few years but I had no idea park entry costs this much. Are there go to sites that offer decent flight, drive, hotel and park package deals, or does it pay to book separately?. I usually book separately, but I've heard that Florida is often seen as the exception to the rule


I booked mine with thomascook for 2017 if you play about with the flights and airports you can get a decent deal for 2,600 family of 4
happymanuk

For most people they wouldn't visit the parks every single day so it … For most people they wouldn't visit the parks every single day so it wouldn't cost anywhere near as much as this. Disney parks are always the most expensive (and normally the busiest), but for a 2 week holiday you could go 3 or 4 times - which I'm sure would be cheaper than going for a 14 day pass.



jodiemilly

I booked mine with thomascook for 2017 if you play about with the flights … I booked mine with thomascook for 2017 if you play about with the flights and airports you can get a decent deal for 2,600 family of 4


I also tried doing it this way and there was only around £20 difference in a 2 day ticket to a 14 day ticket
zx636r

Two weeks self catering in Syria has more appeal to me......:|



You've clearly thought that one through then...
lord_trumpington

Jeez, we are saving up to take our kids over in the next few years but I … Jeez, we are saving up to take our kids over in the next few years but I had no idea park entry costs this much. Are there go to sites that offer decent flight, drive, hotel and park package deals, or does it pay to book separately?. I usually book separately, but I've heard that Florida is often seen as the exception to the rule


My sister, her husband and my nephew stayed in a Disney hotel with the free dining plan and it cost them a little over £4000 with spends only needed for souvenirs.
My wife and I booked the same fortnight as they did (coincidence) but stayed outside of the Disney complex in a hotel in Kissimee. It cost us £4000 in total partly because we had to find our own meals.

We've only ever stayed within the Disney complex since then.
I'm also an Orlando regular. In all seriousness, most families would struggle to make use of both a 14-day Universal pass AND 14-day Disney pass, not to mention the others (you'd need another holiday to get over the exhaustion!). Probably best off going for one set of parks or the other, in my personal opinion.

One visit to Orlando is NEVER enough!
For this same ticket on attraction world it £637
happymanuk

For most people they wouldn't visit the parks every single day so it … For most people they wouldn't visit the parks every single day so it wouldn't cost anywhere near as much as this. Disney parks are always the most expensive (and normally the busiest), but for a 2 week holiday you could go 3 or 4 times - which I'm sure would be cheaper than going for a 14 day pass.


It's roughly £50 per person per day at Disney parks so if you plan to go more than 6 days, the 14 day park hopper is the better value.
stuarthanley

It's roughly £50 per person per day at Disney parks so if you plan to go … It's roughly £50 per person per day at Disney parks so if you plan to go more than 6 days, the 14 day park hopper is the better value.


How much is the park hopper for 2017 please
jodiemilly

How much is the park hopper for 2017 please


£324 per adult I believe.
stuarthanley

£324 per adult I believe.


Is that just Disney for £324? Please
jodiemilly

Is that just Disney for £324? Please


That's a Disney 14 day park hopper ticket. Unlimited access to all Disney parks on multiple days.
stuarthanley

That's a Disney 14 day park hopper ticket. Unlimited access to all Disney … That's a Disney 14 day park hopper ticket. Unlimited access to all Disney parks on multiple days.


Yes that's great if just wanting to go to just Disney x
jodiemilly

Yes that's great if just wanting to go to just Disney x


You asked the question
stuarthanley

You asked the question


That's what I'm saying its a good price because other sites are higher
stuarthanley

I'm sure you'll be sorely missed.



Don't get your bow in a knot, Minnie........
So 4000 family of four what month was that in ?
zx636r

Don't get your bow in a knot, Minnie........


I'm just concerned for the Disney shareholders and how it'll affect their lives when they learn that you'd rather go to Syria for 2 weeks. I'm sure they're throwing themselves off the top of Expedition Everest as we speak.
jodiemilly

That's what I'm saying its a good price because other sites are higher


Yes. I was suggesting originally that it's better financially to buy the hopper ticket than individual days in reply to someone else's question.
Having weighed it up, financially your deal is a very good deal but to use a 14 day Disney pass, a 14 day Orlando flexi ticket and access to Lego land in a single holiday, you're going to need more than 14 days or be seriously committed.

Very good deal for those that can do this though.
Any deals on seaworld only tickets
we went to a timeshare sale for 3 hours and got free seaworld tickets also belive me you couldnt do a park everyday for a fortnight you would be ready for a breakdown you need couple days away from the parks
mattinhull

Any deals on seaworld only tickets


£94 adult £89 child seaworld 3 parks
Yes I agree I won't be doing every park every day I think what I was trying to get at with this post is it was cheaper to buy 14 days for everything rather than buy a few days here and there x
You would have thought after Disney was targeted by terrorists, the prices would have gone down not up!

Thats a crazy amount of money to stand in line for 80% of your time in the park.
365pizza

You would have thought after Disney was targeted by terrorists, the … You would have thought after Disney was targeted by terrorists, the prices would have gone down not up!Thats a crazy amount of money to stand in line for 80% of your time in the park.


Very rare I've ever queued for a ride at Disney mate. Universal Studios is a different story. Not unknown to queue for 2.5 hours to get on a ride at universal.
stuarthanley

Very rare I've ever queued for a ride at Disney mate. Universal Studios … Very rare I've ever queued for a ride at Disney mate. Universal Studios is a different story. Not unknown to queue for 2.5 hours to get on a ride at universal.



Do you go in December?
365pizza

Do you go in December?


August summer holidays. The Disney fast track scheme works remarkably well. The Universal Fast track scheme costs extra money so I don't use it.
Last time I purchased the Orlando flexi ticket, we used it for 2 days and it was more hassle than it was worth so we haven't bothered since. The Harry Potter ride was amazing but had the shine taken off it when we had to queue for 2+ hours in the blistering sun, no shelter, water fountains and no entertainment provided while you wait. At least with Disney, they cater for the potential waiting times with all of this.
stuarthanley

August summer holidays. The Disney fast track scheme works remarkably … August summer holidays. The Disney fast track scheme works remarkably well. The Universal Fast track scheme costs extra money so I don't use it. Last time I purchased the Orlando flexi ticket, we used it for 2 days and it was more hassle than it was worth so we haven't bothered since. The Harry Potter ride was amazing but had the shine taken off it when we had to queue for 2+ hours in the blistering sun, no shelter, water fountains and no entertainment provided while you wait. At least with Disney, they cater for the potential waiting times with all of this.



Things have changed then! I can only assume they are taking in less numbers than they used to?

Still a crazy amount of money which ever way you look at it. I'm sure we paid about £120 for disney hopper passes for 2 weeks inc water parks, Universal and the Busch parks / seaworld for 10 days. True it was 8 years ago now, but even so, thats a huge jump.
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