already posted https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/floridatix-easter-sale-2918546
You could get the same ticket from Florida Escapes (TravelBuzz/Hays Travel) £211 Adult and £205 Child. You can also add ticket for 14 days Legoland for £28 or Gatorland 1 day for £11. Plus there is the usual shopping voucher book. Also code SAVETEN for £10 off multiticket. This offer ends 3rd April 18.
This simply isn't true.
If you contact Florida tix, they will probably price match, they priced matched for me a couple of months ago. They provided a great service. Real tickets arrived by recorded delivery within a day or two
I second that, those voucher books have saved me a lot of money down the years, 10% or more off your bill in lots of places, just for tearing a coupon out of a free book.
If you just plan to go for a few days its worth staying at one of the universal hotels - Loews Portofino Bay Hotel, Hard Rock Hotel or the Loews Royal Pacific Resort Hotel (cheapest at around £300 a night) . If you stay one night, you get two days of Universal express, unlimited queue jumping worth £680 for a family of four. We had a villa and spent a night at the Hard Rock, well worth doing. We made the mistake of going to Harry potter early morning access which was a waste of time, with three hotels worth of people doing the same thing, ride times were long and shorter any evening. Meant we had to leave the hotel room at about 7.40am to get to the front gates for 8am. Stupid. You are better having a good sleep and staying out late both evenings.
It depends what you’re into and what kind of holiday you’re looking for. For me, for someone who’s never been to Florida you can’t not go to Disney World. People who have never been tend to think it’s just for kids but it really isn’t, there’s lots of shops, great restaurants and plenty to see. If you’re into rides there’s lots of them too. There’s also 2 water parks within the Disney site that you get included in your ticket price, great for lazy days, there’s slides etc but you can just laze in the beach if you fancy that. Universal is well worth a visit too. As I say though, it depends what you’re into and what you want to do.
Having never been my question I suppose was what should we absolutely not miss and what can be saved for another time. I suspect that there is just so much to do that we will be spoiled fpr choice so trying to make as best informed judgement as possible.
What parks do you want to do? That would help determine which tickets are right for you
Any advice on which combo of tickets to go for for a family of five kids youngest child 13 oldest 17? Dont really want to meet Mickey, he makes me nervous. I see other parks are incuded on some deals just wondered what those who have been think, I haven't.
Yeah got them from Attraction Tickets Direct because I’ve had them from that site before and they arrive quick (they arrived in 2 days this time).
Sorry it's www.themeparkticketsdirect.com not .co.uk
link is not working its spam
Cheaper at ThemeParkTicketsDirect.co.uk currently £348 per adult and £332 per child (3-9)
Voted cold. £32 cheaper per ticket on the ones I needed at Florida Escapes black Friday. https://www.floridaescapes.co.uk/tickets#special-offers For example 2018 14 day Disney and Universal combo is: Flo. Escap: Adult £577 Child £554 Flo. Tix: Adult £609 Child £575
How do you get free parking? I can't see it on the website :/ EDIT: Never mind, I see that's just the Seaworld parks
finished last week try this link for floridaescapes cheaper but u have to pay full amount https://www.floridaescapes.co.uk/tickets?gclid=CMr2mPe5-dECFW6x7QodofwFWw
Can't get code to work
Any deals for disney land paris?
Fastpass included lol
disney tickets cheaper here https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/cheap-2017-14day-disney-world-florida-tickets-273-america-attractions-2587831
We bought ours through https://www.orlandoattractiontickets.co.uk/secrets It's cheaper, 14 day Disney ultimate tickets £284 for Adult £265 child then use code MSE5 for £5 off per Disney ticket. I have used them a few times before so I know they are good.
We went in the summer 2016 staying at the Animal Kingdom Lodge hotel (great hotel). Book the fast tracks for the main attractions and visit the others in the evening when there are less people. If you go to Animal Kingdom park when the Jungle Book show is on you can walk onto Expedition Everest without a queue. We had 3 young kids so preferred Epcot to the other parks as there were less people and more kids rides. I was really impressed with Soarin and my daughter loved Test Track.
Very enlightening, thank you :D
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who needs 2 weeks to do Disney? we did it in a day, a few years ago, drove from Myrtle Beach the night before bought a 1 day hopper for Disney went to epcot for sorrin, mission space and test track and a few other bits, over to MGM for the stuff we like in there and finished the day at Magic Kingdom. The next day we did both universal and Island of adventure then drove to Atlanta for our flight home. It was when the US and UK schools had gone back and mid week so the parks were empty and we have been 8/9 times before so knew what we wanted to do we only really went to do the harry potter ride as it was new since our previous visit but an awesome 2 days in Florida. but I think it was about $125 per person per day not the cheapest way to do Disney or universal but well worth it. But first as timers many years ago we did a 2 centre holiday a week in Kissimmee and a week in Fort Lauderdale 2 days in MK, 2 in Epcot, 1 on MGM and one in universal studios and a day at the space centre and job done, we also did seaworld. We only did an extra day in MK as we went on 4th July and it was a little busy we came back from ft Lauderdale 2 days early and did half days in epcot and MK that was when you bought a 7 day hopper pass with or without water parks I think they did a 5 day option too or single days non of this 7/14 day passes which seem about the same prices as the passes we bought back then anyway you would never do 14 days in Disney but it sounds good value. They just want you paying the $20 parking and buying the food and drinks in the parks that's where they make their money from these passes. I believe the multiday unlimited entry passes are a UK targeted market as well. never really saved much buying in advanced in the UK over buying at the gate in the US only once when travelcity had an offer of universal passes and Disney passes for something like £350 per person 14 days unlimited any park but they never did that again and it was in the times before they went in to administration an bought by Virgin.
dont forget QUIDCO
Do you believe everything on TV?
Even if you don't want to go to Seaworld Busch Gardens + Free parking for 2 weeks is a great deal for £82
Good price ticket, Kraken and Mata are good... plus AQ and BG.
Apologies then that's my bad reading...
Sounds like you would like the world to be ran in anarchy, where people can do whatever they like. As a point of fact, if you check your notifications I actually voted HOT when you fist posted... I refer back to my previous comment "I'm really torn with Seaworld, I think the way the park was built and animals captured goes beyond barbaric. I hate to think they could ever get away with doing anything like that again or breeding any more. That said the park is setup and the animals are there, so if people stop attending completely, then what happens? - They close the park and euthanise all the animals they can't release to the wild." I think if you want tickets this is a good deal and at NO point have I said people should vote cold, I just pointed out that as the site is democratic, you have no right to say people can't use their vote as they wish.
I've had cheaper in august from low cost operators (once out of east midlands even - Which was great!) It's good to use Virgin though as it is easier to fly into OIA than Sanford, but I'm not a snob when it comes to flights with kids, and, if the missus discounted tix are still more expensive than other operators we'll take the cheapest we can get!! (as long as we don't have an outdoor seat on the plane.) I usually sulk if we pay over £500 each though. Even in August. ;)
Direct flights with Virgin are usually 700-900 return in the summer holidays, so yes it is a bargain. Flights in June or Nov are usually 450, so might not seem a bargain if you normally travel then!
VA tribe staff discount. (the missus works for them) ;) Have still had way better than that in the past for 24th august onwards with other airlines. £564 seems expensive to me? You think that's a bargain?
It's not very busy during the day but livens up a bit at night.
I went past this place in november the go karting looked good . Only problem was nobody was in there by the look of things it was like wally world in national lampoons vacation . I would go though just for the go carts and a few beers as wdw can get a bit much after a couple of weeks and expensive and i hate payin $10 for a beer in universal .
thats normal i got universal 3 park ticket plus disney without the evil seaworld tix for £370 each from travelrepublic would of been £79 more to purchase sea world and aquatica .
well I can dream ;)
This is the normal price for these types of packages.
yeah per person lol
Per person? If yes should be in the title
The FAB 5 ticket from Floridatix also offers free shuttle bus transfers to Busch Gardens. It's the same price, but with the potential for 7.5% cashback.
I use americanattractions.co.uk. They have the 5 park Orlando combo ticket for £187. This also includes free return bus to Busch Gardens.
The FAB 5 ticket from Floridatix covers those 5 parks and is £187. After cashback, it will be £172.98. I can't find anywhere else that offers this ticket. Otherwise, there is the Flexticket Plus, which includes the same 5 parks plus Wet & Wild, but this is around £210.
The annual pass purchased direct from Universal can offer exceptional value, although it is far from being the cheapest option. The key benefits were that it includes FastPass from 4pm, and Valet Parking. We stayed in a villa so the kids were able to enjoy the pool all morning, or do the malls, and then hit the park(s) mid-afternoon and use the FastPass. Trying to spend all day in the park(s) in the summer heat, and humidity, is seldom a pleasant experience, especially if you have to queue. Knowing that there was no pressure to "do every ride" led to a pleasant relaxing experience. We had hoped to get there again, within the year, which would have made the pass an absolute bargain. Unfortunately we didn't get pack in that time, but I think the pass was still a reasonable deal. It isn't an option for all, and it really depends on what your family wants, all of us had done Disney, and the only real interest was Universal. YMMV, but worth considering if you only want Universal. BTW there are other benefits, check the web site.
Can anyone recommend somewhere offering good prices for a combi ticket that includes Universal, Islands of Adventure, Sea World, Aquatica and Busch Gardens?
You need to change the drop down to 2015 before you add to the cart. 2015's price is £514....price using sunday code = £488.30
Can i use this ticket if i brought it in april 2015?
Cashback is never guaranteed. And for information taken from the FloridaTix page on Quidco: "Members should only use voucher codes listed on Quidco. If you use voucher codes or gift vouchers that are not listed on Quidco your cashback may not track or be declined. Cashback may only be paid on the net value excluding VAT, all other taxes, surcharges and any additional costs such as delivery."
yes, this should be in vouchers.
Does it really matter as the QUIDCO which is not a voucher deal is inclusive. Just to let you know Quidco does track immediately as well, which is great but the usual waiting time does apply prior to payment.
No specific itenery mentioned AK surely this should under vouchers not deals?
Many people searching would miss out on a simple search so I done one with Disney and one with Universal the two main destinations, so when searching they would see this offer, a holiday is expensive enough so thought I'd share a great deal!
Only seen this post so glad they did. Saved me £45.
The 5% off was posted yesterday by ibird22. So this is essentially a repost. Oops just noticed same OP as this deal. Is there really any need to post lots of individual deals for the same offer though?
Not always but it is a maketing ploy that is over used by Disney, the offer is on more than not. Flex tickets have been an expensive option th epast year or so, often its cheaper to buy other tickets so price up all options (14 day Uni & IOA & Wet n Wild plus 14 day Sea World & Busch & Aquatica) do you need all the water parks? again sometimes cheaper options if not.
They always do the buy 7 and get 7 free anyway. I want Flexticket Plus and thought their price was good with the 5% off, until I went to American Attractions website.
great find,thanks :)
This doesn't include b garden's .
Great find heat added, but for anyone missing this deal check out the combi tickets at Orlando TIcket deals site, just ordered some myself this week cheapest on the net (apart from this deal).
First time I went we bought the Ultimate tickets, next time I went we didn't. A MYW ticket is a great option, once you've got it for more than a few days, it costs just a few dollars to add further days. You need to sit down and plan your holiday, consider you won't do more than one park in a day (making hopping pointless) and also the MYW doesn't need to be used on consecutive days. Also you can see the whole of Orlanda parks, Everglades and NASA in a fortnight, including two days to do the DIsney marathon. Just make sure you go out of school holidays. I've been in late September and January and the parks are empty R
Bought a 10 day MYW Base ticket from orlandoattractions.com for £161 - any 10 days in 14 at any of the 4 main parks. The savings on a 14 day ultimate helped towards the cost of Univeral/Sea World/Busch Gardens tickets.
I'd recommend buying Disney's MYW tickets, you can buy any number of days and only buy what you think you will use. A much better value option, it's what I've done for this year. Agree with this, just choosing the options you really want means that you can save quite a bit.
We run a monthy thread comparing popular ticket sellers (with good feedback) here, cheapest we have just now is £218pp but check card fees & cashback to see final price. http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=2726040
The difference between 7/14 days is usually only about a tenner anyway and this deal is quite common. They are NOT consecutive days, you have 14 days in which to use the 7 days I believe. They do give the ultimate in flexiblity but at a cost. I've always found we've never park-hopped and so this year I've bought Base tickets (no park-hopping, water parks or DisneyQuest) at 10-days for the price of 8, which worked out at about £170 each. A saving of over £200 on 4 of us.
are these tickets available for April 2012 ? we went this year (2011) and used the 5 park combo tickets which are slightly more expensive than these but cant see any differance other than these are cheaper, obviously a better deal....
can you tell me where you got them from as i still have some to buy
Having used FloridaTix for our recent trip to Florida I have to say that their service was excellent. Actual tickets, i.e. not coupons, e-tickets etc, were delivered within 48 hours by special delivery. At the time of buying they were the cheapest too.
paid less for 6 what? tickets?! where from please?, i'm looking for the best ticket deals for my trip in october
just read your reply..yes i will let you know if i find a deal..still looking
Pudding - post up or pm me if you get a deal for april 2010, that is when we are going too, I'll do same as looking for a good deal too
I phoned floidatix and they stated the tickets end 31st Dec 2009 so not for me then unfortunately
I guess if you have access to 5 'parks' then over 7 days, you might struggle to cram them all in? Personally I intend to do all 5 in our 7 days and add Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach. We have to catch our return flight at 5.30 in the evening, would it be a good idea to get up early and do Aquatica on the last day?
aquatica is good and much better than wet n wild , but its fairly small and only lets in 2000 guest so you have to get there early . personally disneys blizzard beach and typhoon lagoon are Bigger and Better.