Flight to Orlando for £195 thomson
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Flight to Orlando for £195 thomson

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Found 6th Apr 2016
Been finding some amazing deals on Thomson flying to Orlando (Return) on the Dreamliner! prices are £195 for 2 adults and 1 child but are from £219 for 2 adults
Manchester (some Birmingham and Gatwick)
Dates for 2 weeks and some for 11 nights
Leaving April
9th , 12th , 15th , 17th , 19th , 24th

Also loads of other dates for under £250

Baggage is £60 and there are even some Premium seats left for under £300!!!

I have never seen flights to Orlando this cheap and this is on the Dreamliner!
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Booked for the kids.
Hope they don't have Disney spells!

Great prices though.
I'm gutted! I already booked for June and October and I've paid a LOT more! I don't have enough holiday left otherwise I would be going next week!!
backinstock

Booked for the kids.Hope they don't have Disney spells!Great prices … Booked for the kids.Hope they don't have Disney spells!Great prices though.



​let it go, will you.
Heat added, bloody great price.
Worth noting that luggage is extra oO
These prices are taking the Mickey!
From which airport in the UK?
mostly Manchester but they have some Birmingham and Gatwick in there too Luggage is £60
Return?
Return yes
Great find op! I'm going in May already booked but kudos for this! Love spreading the Orlando love lol
Incredible deals
Here you go

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April is a nice month to visit. Hot but not too hot, lower humidity levels, good daylight hours and a lack of crowds.
crowds is the big seller for April! I go 2-3 times a year and it starts to get pretty busy early June, but even if there were big crowds for £200 who cares lol if I had the holiday spare I would be there regardless
Someone told me a good tip is to book a night at the Hard Rock hotel. You get two days of Express passes included, which can be collected early morning on night of stay. Allows you to skip the lines, except Harry Potter rides, but does allow 1 hr early access to the Wizarding world before the place opens up. I'm going in July, got a room for £310 (inc quidco) for four, buying the express passes on their own would have cost about £500. (doesn't include entrance tickets, they are extra)
There is a cheaper hotel which gives the express passes, Royal Pacific, but is a longer walk to the park entrance. Would have been £40 cheaper than the Hard Rock which has better reviews.
Edited by: "paul.jacobs" 6th Apr 2016
paul.jacobs

Someone told me a good tip is to book a night at the Hard Rock hotel. You … Someone told me a good tip is to book a night at the Hard Rock hotel. You get two days of Express passes included, which can be collected early morning on night of stay. Allows you to skip the lines, except Harry Potter rides, but does allow 1 hr early access to the Wizarding world before the place opens up. I'm going in July, got a room for £310 (inc quidco) for four, buying the express passes on their own would have cost about £500. (doesn't include entrance tickets, they are extra)There is a cheaper hotel which gives the express passes, Royal Pacific, but is a longer walk to the park entrance. Would have been £40 cheaper than the Hard Rock which has better reviews.


There's not a great deal in it, and you can get water taxis but the Hard Rock is right on the doorstep, it's definitely worth doing, and you can pick rooms up for very little. The same is also the case of both Loews hotels, Portofino and Royal Pacific - I'd say they're both nicer than Hard Rock, we only stayed at HR as it turned out cheapest for our dates. Beware that you don't get Express pass with the Cabana Bay or the new Sapphire Falls (which will catch people out I reckon!). We stayed at HR for 10 days in Dec and the Express pass was worth its weight in gold. Next time we do Universal we'll probably stay in a cheaper I-drive hotel and go for one night to a Universal hotel just to get the passes.
We stayed at hard rock for that very reasonable in feb . £230 for the night for 4 of us.....was lovely being so close!
If anyone has booked these and visiting the parks, where do you book hotels/park tickets ect? Never been before so no idea where to start!!
ellese

If anyone has booked these and visiting the parks, where do you book … If anyone has booked these and visiting the parks, where do you book hotels/park tickets ect? Never been before so no idea where to start!!


Best thing to do is visit The Dibb. Mountains of info there.
ellese

If anyone has booked these and visiting the parks, where do you book … If anyone has booked these and visiting the parks, where do you book hotels/park tickets ect? Never been before so no idea where to start!!



There is various places to book, this time I booked tickets via American attractions they seemed the best and there was a discount code with money saving expert believe the code was MSE6 but you can call them and they will just add the discount anyway, they are also real tickets not a voucher where you have to exchange for tickets there.
I always stay in the same place, The Avanti Resort or Rosen Inn International (7600) the Avanti I normally book direct over the phone as I get better rates for returning the Rosen inn I book via different places, Travel Republic, Expedia etc just spend some time looking around search international drive for good locations and I would say within walking distance of Sand Lake (the crossroad) is best
damn
i paid £319 for flights to dubai
Thanks for the post, OP. Heat added
I stayed at the Avanti last year great hotel, but was getting crazy price quotes this time and I'm trying out the 7600 Rosen as a few friends have stayed and said it was great, I was a bit wary tho as it's next door to the big McDs and the back end of there car park were dealers selling outta a pimped out SUV
I looked at both Avanti and the Rosen Inn (both Point and International) but ended up getting Drury Inn for about 85 dollars a night. A steal.
7600 is my first choice hotel, I've stayed there many times and never had any problem never seen dealers either, both are not the cheapest but all considered (location, cleanliness, staff, price etc) I think they are the best all round value for money
Blimey - Thomson are also offering £30pp for any return flight for March - Oct 2016. £730 return flights total for 2ad, 2ch. If ONLY I could...
paul.jacobs

Someone told me a good tip is to book a night at the Hard Rock hotel. You … Someone told me a good tip is to book a night at the Hard Rock hotel. You get two days of Express passes included, which can be collected early morning on night of stay. Allows you to skip the lines, except Harry Potter rides, but does allow 1 hr early access to the Wizarding world before the place opens up. I'm going in July, got a room for £310 (inc quidco) for four, buying the express passes on their own would have cost about £500. (doesn't include entrance tickets, they are extra)There is a cheaper hotel which gives the express passes, Royal Pacific, but is a longer walk to the park entrance. Would have been £40 cheaper than the Hard Rock which has better reviews.



Maybe worth adding that the passes you get this way are unlimited whereas the ones bought on the gate I believe are one express pass per ride. Not worth doing if just a couple of people in room, but for a family of four (or five) in a room, its a no brainer if you want to skip the bulk of the queues. We went straight to the front of duelling dragons twice and must of passed about an hours of queue each time.

Forget the parks - go and see the real Florida!

an hours of queue each time.


I`ve never been to Disneyland or any of the parks, though I hear it`s a real dream. But, queuing for an HOUR?? oO That`s an off-putting experience, SURELY? (_;)
smelladeal

I`ve never been to Disneyland or any of the parks, though I hear it`s a … I`ve never been to Disneyland or any of the parks, though I hear it`s a real dream. But, queuing for an HOUR?? oO That`s an off-putting experience, SURELY? (_;)



Well yes, hence the express passes (Universal) or FastPass System (Disney). When we went in 2012, the queue for the HP ride was 3 hours plus. We skipped that ride on that visit.



yipykayay

Best thing to do is visit The Dibb. Mountains of info there.



Funny lot over there...loads of great info but gets almost a bit...well...er...see for yourself. They do know their Disney though. Not so sure all of them are price concious!
Edited by: "hotyoda" 6th Apr 2016
hotyoda

Funny lot over there...loads of great info but gets almost a … Funny lot over there...loads of great info but gets almost a bit...well...er...see for yourself. They do know their Disney though. Not so sure all of them are price concious!



There are a few facebook groups that seem to be friendlier too.
smelladeal

I`ve never been to Disneyland or any of the parks, though I hear it`s a … I`ve never been to Disneyland or any of the parks, though I hear it`s a real dream. But, queuing for an HOUR?? oO That`s an off-putting experience, SURELY? (_;)



Disneyland is in California and is Euro Disney sized. Disney World is in Orlando and is massive. Went last year...loved it...signed up with the DIBB!

Queuing is not that bad...as Tom says fast passes help a lot. For Universal I'd recommend staying at a resort hotel as you get a free express pass and early access to the parks...we queued for 30 mins for the Harry Potter rides in mid August. Hardly queued at all for the rest of Universal.

By the way all...headsup...21st April Disney World Online release there free Disney Dining Plan for 2017 bookings. It's an absolute bargain. All your food free for your whole stay!
looks good
hotyoda

Funny lot over there...loads of great info but gets almost a … Funny lot over there...loads of great info but gets almost a bit...well...er...see for yourself. They do know their Disney though. Not so sure all of them are price concious!


Totally agree. Plenty of bragging and attention seeking on there. Having said that, it gets like that on here quite often these days. X)
Norwegian have been doing similar flight prices since last year on their Dreamliners. Assume these new flights from Thompson are for some of that market.
the price drop is due to fuel cost reduction and dreamliner already economic.
me_lee

Worth noting that luggage is extra oO


I'd reccomend just bringing hand luggage, buy all your holiday clothing etc here in the outlet malls, much cheaper. buy a case here to take it all home so your only paying one way!
hotyoda

Disneyland is in California and is Euro Disney sized. Disney World is in … Disneyland is in California and is Euro Disney sized. Disney World is in Orlando and is massive. Went last year...loved it...signed up with the DIBB! Queuing is not that bad...as Tom says fast passes help a lot. For Universal I'd recommend staying at a resort hotel as you get a free express pass and early access to the parks...we queued for 30 mins for the Harry Potter rides in mid August. Hardly queued at all for the rest of Universal.By the way all...headsup...21st April Disney World Online release there free Disney Dining Plan for 2017 bookings. It's an absolute bargain. All your food free for your whole stay!


Fantastic, I wondered when that would be released. Any idea how long it's on for? Our flight dates won't be released by then (roughly 11 months before) and I prefer to get the flights first.

Just back from Disneyland California for Easter fortnight - totally different to Florida, similar in size to Paris but 100000 times better. Cars Land is out of this world, loved every minute! If you get the chance, go!!
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