Disney World package from £1324 per person incl. flights, 14 nights official Disney hotel, park tickets & transfers (summer holidays)
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Disney World package from £1324 per person incl. flights, 14 nights official Disney hotel, park tickets & transfers (summer holidays)

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Found 10th Jan 2016
OMG! I always wanted to go to Disney World! The kids always wanted to go to Disney World! Everyone wants to go to Disney World! Check out this beast of a package during the school summer holidays! We kid you not it has got all the essentials and it is a Official Disney World deal! You will be flying out from London Heathrow staying 14 glorious nights at the All Stars Movies Disney World Resort which has been Rated 4/5 on TripAdvisor based on 4,731 reviews. As this is an Official Disney World package it does include park tickets & transfers!

This Official Disney World package is based on departing on the 20th August 2016 and returning on the 3 September 2016 giving you 14 nights to explore the Magical Kingdom of Disney World, Orlando, this package consists of, flights, hand and hold luggage, in-flight meals, official Disney hotel and transfers for a family of 4 during the school summer holidays. The hotel has a bar and lounge plus fitness centre perfect for a late night work out. As we do all require internet whilst travelling abroad, this hotel has the added benefit of free WiFi.

Seriously where do you start when describing Disney World! It is the most happiest place in the world its where dreams come to reality, its the place where children can remain children and keep believing in their childhood fantastics! Oh its so Magical even the parents believe in this fairy tail wonderland! Its a combination of pure genius and fantasy that will keep the whole family entertained for their entire stay and it truly is value for money you can spend weeks in the park and literally never get bored!

Offer Details:

Travel Duration is 14 nights
BA/American Airlines Flights from London Heathrow to Orlando – Round Trip
14 nights in a 4* Star Hotel rated 4/5 on Trip Advisor
Hand Luggage - Included
Hold Luggage - Included
In-Flight Meals - Included
Theme Park Tickets - Included
Transfers - Included
Based on 2 Adults & 2 Children
Price Breakdown:

Official Disney World Package = £5297.26
2 Adults & 2 Children - £5297.26 / 4 = £1324.32 Per Person
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Tempted but not direct flights...
I saw this posted by holiday pirates a few days ago but it's not a direct flight to Orlando, you change in Washington which might not bother some people but we went in May & with two children in tow, the direct flight was perfect! :-)
The price should really say per person! I thought it was a good deal until I saw total cost for 4 is £5300. oO
Hmmm.... I was looking at this earlier.... it's showing on the holidaypirates links on side of screen.. and copied word for word.... so is the Las Vegas holiday posted... am I missing something?
dvdphile

The price should really say per person! I thought it was a good deal … The price should really say per person! I thought it was a good deal until I saw total cost for 4 is £5300. oO



Ha ha I take it you've never priced up Disney world... Tickets alone cost more than two weeks in Tenerife
m4rky2011

Ha ha I take it you've never priced up Disney world... Tickets alone cost … Ha ha I take it you've never priced up Disney world... Tickets alone cost more than two weeks in Tenerife


I agree with you about the tickets being expensive, but lets face it...if the full price (£5300) was put as a heading, it wouldn't attract so much heat or attention. I personally think its a tad misleading
Go to disneyland paris and save money. At least you can guarantee you will not be refused at the airport!
groomoid

I agree with you about the tickets being expensive, but lets face it...if … I agree with you about the tickets being expensive, but lets face it...if the full price (£5300) was put as a heading, it wouldn't attract so much heat or attention. I personally think its a tad misleading



Sorry for laughing , I fully agree with you. I'm fortunate and we go to Florida every year, to be honest it doesn't have to cost a fortune, the best place to stay is in a villa, these can cost as little as £600 for two weeks, when you take into account they easily sleep 6-8 makes it very cheap, and you've got your own pool etc ,if you can then find flights that fit into your budget you've got a cheap holiday.... (Before people jump on me you still need to buy park tickets, I know and as I said before this is the most expensive part, but again can be purchased for a good price)
toto123

Go to disneyland paris and save money. At least you can guarantee you … Go to disneyland paris and save money. At least you can guarantee you will not be refused at the airport!



Not a patch on Disney World! Probably a lot safer than Paris........
neverworksfme

Hmmm.... I was looking at this earlier.... it's showing on the … Hmmm.... I was looking at this earlier.... it's showing on the holidaypirates links on side of screen.. and copied word for word.... so is the Las Vegas holiday posted... am I missing something?



Nope. It seems more and more Holiday Pirates deals seeping into hotukdeals again. i realise they all part of the same "network" but they choose to ignore thier own rules about self promotion & marketing when it comes to promoting its other sites.

...Sorry for laughing , I fully agree with you. I'm fortunate and we go … ...Sorry for laughing , I fully agree with you. I'm fortunate and we go to Florida every year, to be honest it doesn't have to cost a fortune, the best place to stay is in a villa, these can cost as little as £600 for two weeks, when you take into account they easily sleep 6-8 makes it very cheap, and you've got your own pool etc ,if you can then find flights that fit into your budget you've got a cheap holiday.... (Before people jump on me you still need to buy park tickets, I know and as I said before this is the most expensive part, but again can be purchased for a good price)



Sounds good...where can you get cheap tickets from?

Edited by: "bfam" 10th Jan 2016
LOL, people seriously pay this much just to go to a Theme Park?
Dont Risk if you are on D.Trumps' bad books. lols. heat added.
bfam

Sounds good...where can you get cheap tickets from?


you can fly out for £2000 for 2 adults and 2 kids hotel £600 and tickets to disney £1200 from orlando attractions i even do it cheaper sometimes fly for £1500 for the 4 of us i been a couple of times in past year
Disney's investment in their Orlando theme parks is shameful. Hardly any upgrades since when we first visited in 1988. Epcot is frankly now embarrassing. Mind you, they have lovely over priced hotels on site and this has closed down much of the neighbouring non-Disney districts of Orlando. Take your children to Paris and then have a family holiday for much less than rip-off Orlando!
MojoMan0427

LOL, people seriously pay this much just to go to a Theme Park?


i it is crazy kids love it and you get ralph lauren jackets for about £60 and timberland boots for about £35 so you can get all your family designer clothes and save a fortune or sell them on ebay and make more than double which pays for some of the holiday .
Tunner

Disney's investment in their Orlando theme parks is shameful. Hardly any … Disney's investment in their Orlando theme parks is shameful. Hardly any upgrades since when we first visited in 1988. Epcot is frankly now embarrassing. Mind you, they have lovely over priced hotels on site and this has closed down much of the neighbouring non-Disney districts of Orlando. Take your children to Paris and then have a family holiday for much less than rip-off Orlando!



​big chunk of epcot is being renovated and magic Kingdom has a whole knew section it does take time for things to change but I'd say it's changed a fair bit since 1988.. also Hollywood studios is brill
All Star Movies resort is NOT what you would class as a 4* Hotel
This isn't a deal.
Price it up for yourself with the DisneyWorld website..

All Star Movies - For stated dates: £1153.66
Disney 14 Day Ultimate tickets: £1156.00

Total: £2309.66

Meaning your are paying £2987.60 (£746.90 each) for garbage, indirect flights.

Book it DIY yourself and I'm sure you will find prices cheaper than this for direct flights with either Virgin, Thomson or Thomas Cook.

I would suggest to anyone before they book anything for Orlando to go on a web site 'The Dibb'. Some very helpful people in the know on there. You will soon be booking DIY holiday.
I was like some on here thinking what a waste of money, but it was THE best holiday I've ever been on! The people, food, weather, shopping, entertainment, parks, shows, rides, water parks, food, drink. It's an investment into happiness that your grieve when the family get home and start saving to go again! It has everything you can imagine and is worth it!
We hired a 6 bed house split between two couples, cheap flights, cheap tickets and booked it independently for under £4K which was hassle so this is a good deal for a package!
thought this seemed cheap compared to the 2 grand each me and my Mrs are paying, then I realised my mistake is not having my kid pay his way, that brings the cost down.
i think this is a cracking deal . friend has just booked flights only at the moment which work out at £950 each during august (direct flight) . whoever is going, you will have the BEST and most MAGICAL holiday of your lifetime .
how much would it cost for my 7yr old and myself? any ideas people, oh and also how many hrs add on does the indirect flights make us lose out on?
i would rather replace my car for that amount of money and have more days/weekends away.
I can't believe somebody grumbled about the price of park tickets- I still am not over the pain of handing £70 notes over in Hyde park winter wonderland - crap rides, a melted ice kingdom - overall one of the worst experiences to date - akin to Phoenix Nights-but at least that was funny
I've been for the past 8 years and I'm sick of it now. Need a change x
Excellent price!

I stayed in Disney once and outside it every other time in a hotel. My last visit we stayed in a villa and this year we are doing the same as it has so much more benefits to it.

my 4 year old and 11 month old will have a room to themselves so we don't disturb them and the benefit of jumping into our own pool at the end of the day. If we can't be bothered eating out we can cook or order in and eat at a table together.
sweep_the_leg_

This isn't a deal.Price it up for yourself with the DisneyWorld … This isn't a deal.Price it up for yourself with the DisneyWorld website..All Star Movies - For stated dates: £1153.66Disney 14 Day Ultimate tickets: £1156.00Total: £2309.66Meaning your are paying £2987.60 (£746.90 each) for garbage, indirect flights.Book it DIY yourself and I'm sure you will find prices cheaper than this for direct flights with either Virgin, Thomson or Thomas Cook.



Not saying it's not overpriced but to say "London Heathrow to Orlando" is a garbage, indirect flight is nuts !!!
julesmay19

I can't believe somebody grumbled about the price of park tickets- I … I can't believe somebody grumbled about the price of park tickets- I still am not over the pain of handing £70 notes over in Hyde park winter wonderland - crap rides, a melted ice kingdom - overall one of the worst experiences to date - akin to Phoenix Nights-but at least that was funny



Don't remind how awful Winter Wonderland is - compared to that Disneyland is an absolute bargain

We went to Disneyworld last May (as a reward for our daughter working hard towards her SATS) and both our kids (and I) loved everything about it. The other half wasn't overly impressed though. We are all keen to go again but I don't understand how some people, even when staying in villas, can afford to go EVERY year. We will probably leave it a year or two (our daughter already now counts as an 'adult' according to Disney despite being a 'child' only 7 months ago but our son still has two years left of being a 'child') possibly going once the new Star Wars section(s) have opened

Edited by: "AdamBrunt" 11th Jan 2016
bfam

Sounds good...where can you get cheap tickets from?


Attractionticketsdirect.de (the German site).
Tunner

Disney's investment in their Orlando theme parks is shameful. Hardly any … Disney's investment in their Orlando theme parks is shameful. Hardly any upgrades since when we first visited in 1988. Epcot is frankly now embarrassing. Mind you, they have lovely over priced hotels on site and this has closed down much of the neighbouring non-Disney districts of Orlando. Take your children to Paris and then have a family holiday for much less than rip-off Orlando!



Off the top of my head, since 1988 has built and opened the Animal Kingdom theme park and, if I'm not mistaken, at least one water park. They've also expanded the Magic Kingdom recently, expanding Fantasyland with the Seven Dwarves ride, the Little Mermaid ride and the fantastic Be Our Guest restaurant.
Banned
cold. was cheaper last week when pirates posted the deal.
sofiasar

cold. was cheaper last week when pirates posted the deal.


Crack out the time machine....
MojoMan0427

LOL, people seriously pay this much just to go to a Theme Park?


Alton Towers - £48 for the day. Family of four £130 for the day.

Disney isn't that expensive.
nokiafusion

I've been for the past 8 years and I'm sick of it now. Need a change x



I have been 23 times and booked the Beach Club for next year. It's the best holiday place in the world for me.
Priced it up via DisneyWorlds own site, with family of 4 (kids aged 8 and 12) for the same dates, indirect flights, same hotel, 14 day tickets and the total price came to £5,144.66, which is cheaper than what has been quoted here. Plus they include the FREE Memory Maker photo package.

So I will have to say that it isn't a deal. Cold from me.
Edited by: "superjediman" 11th Jan 2016
gerryt

Attractionticketsdirect.de (the German site).


Thanks for the link have you purchased tickets from here? Around £35 cheaper per ticket than uk version (universal tickets)
m4rky2011

Not a patch on Disney World! Probably a lot safer than Paris........



Safer than Paris...? over 30,000 killings in the USA every year.......how is that safer than Paris
Gouyave_man

Safer than Paris...? over 30,000 killings in the USA every year.......how … Safer than Paris...? over 30,000 killings in the USA every year.......how is that safer than Paris


Aside from your figures, I'd rather go to the USA over France any day of the week.
Overall, better weather, nicer people, cheap to eat out etc
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