From Manchester: 16 Night Orlando Christmas Holiday, AA Flights, Hotel and 14 day Disney/Universal/SeaWorld Tickets Total £4449.61 family of 4/£1112.40pp @ Ebookers
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From Manchester: 16 Night Orlando Christmas Holiday, AA Flights, Hotel and 14 day Disney/Universal/SeaWorld Tickets Total £4449.61 family of 4/£1112.40pp @ Ebookers

£4,449.61eBookers Deals
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Found 8th Oct
Here is a great value (it really is!) 16 night holiday to Orlando for Christmas, leaving Manchester on 11th December and returning on 27th (landing back on 28th December). The flights are with BA and have a short stop in Philadelphia and the flights are sub £300 which is great value.

The hotel is the Rosen Inn, there are a few and this one is close to Universal and is rated 4/5 on TripAdvisor. There are cheaper hotels out there, but this one has good reviews and is in a good location, but you can change this.

I've included the ticket package for 14 days for Disney, Universal and SeaWorld. This gives you a couple of non-pass days, although you could hire a car and look at doing non- theme park activities.

Flights £1080.56 book on traveltrolley.co.uk

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Book hotel on ebookers.com using code
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Tickets book on americanattractions.co.uk using code MSE6 £2486.96

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Total £4449.61/£1112.40pp

Top comments

I'd prefer to stay in Manchester

uktottys1 h, 2 m ago

Wow, never spent that much on a holiday in my life!!


Skegness each year is it?
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I'd prefer to stay in Manchester

Wow, never spent that much on a holiday in my life!!

Original Poster

uktottys1 m ago

Wow, never spent that much on a holiday in my life!!


It's the park passes, nearly £2500.

That's a very good deal, wish I had the spare cash

Wish I had the time off work.........and we could smuggle the grandkids out of school.

Have some heat, great job op.

absolute steal

I've stayed in the Rosen hotel closest to universal and will be again start of this December. It's nothing special but is clean, walking distance to universal or use their free bus. Really couldn't fault it for the price.

uktottys1 h, 2 m ago

Wow, never spent that much on a holiday in my life!!


Skegness each year is it?

uktottys1 h, 4 m ago

Wow, never spent that much on a holiday in my life!!


Its the holiday of a lifetime

I only did Disney and paid barely more to go in the middle of July.
Edited by: "Ross81" 8th Oct

So is the park really worth 2500?

gogboy1 m ago

So is the park really worth 2500?

No way. We paid £350 per person for 14 days unlimited Disney. You can't go to all the parks every day

Original Poster

You can just get the Disney tickets and pay much less if you don't intend to visit parks for the whole time. It's worth weighing up exactly what you want to see and do as the tickets are so expensive. Don't pay for two weeks if you don't need 14 days.
Edited by: "rachelandgromit" 8th Oct

uktottys1 h, 27 m ago

Wow, never spent that much on a holiday in my life!!


We go to cancun every year and it’s 5k + would never go back to Disneyland most stressful holiday I’ve ever had.

Helpful56753 m ago

Its the holiday of a lifetime


I went on the holiday of a lifetime, never again!

Can't take the kids to disney at this time because of schools so therefore not a good deal in my opinion.

uktottys2 h, 25 m ago

Wow, never spent that much on a holiday in my life!!


Of course not, to the unemployed everyday is a holiday

Great effort and a good deal!! Heat!!

Anybdy knows the song from the TV advert?

Good prices, no ATOL protection which is a downside. Flew to florida once with Monarch, would hate to have a holiday cancelled if another company goes bust.
Disney/universal tickets are expensive £600 per person. Although going up by £50 a person for next year - Brexit!!
We have been three times, last two times stayed in a Villa, wouldn't do a hotel again, too cramped. Saw a flight+villa for £700 per person (4 people) which isn't bad. Unfortunately college+uni will mean this deal isn't for us. voted hot.

Pity it's out of season. Never get away with taking the kids out of school for 7 days?!

Waterparks be freezing then so rule that value out on park tickets.

Best time of year including queues, costs and weather is Sept/Oct.

littleted19 m ago

Pity it's out of season. Never get away with taking the kids out of school …Pity it's out of season. Never get away with taking the kids out of school for 7 days?!


Don't know why this is hot, you can get 2 weeks, 2A & 2C at the same hotel with Thomas Cook from Manchester on the 25th November for £1480. It's a better time to go, after thanksgiving but before xmas/new year and the flights are direct.

The parks are very busy at xmas/new year.

JJJZ1 m ago

Waterparks be freezing then so rule that value out on park tickets. Best …Waterparks be freezing then so rule that value out on park tickets. Best time of year including queues, costs and weather is Sept/Oct.


and April/May.

JJJZ35 m ago

Waterparks be freezing then so rule that value out on park tickets. Best …Waterparks be freezing then so rule that value out on park tickets. Best time of year including queues, costs and weather is Sept/Oct.


Weather! LOL Always a hurricane risk in the autumn.

If with schoolkids I would do the Easter break every time.

Trevisparky2 h, 43 m ago

We go to cancun every year and it’s 5k + would never go back to Disneyland …We go to cancun every year and it’s 5k + would never go back to Disneyland most stressful holiday I’ve ever had.


What a strange comment, been 7 times, where exactly is the stress? If you're worried about driving over there, use a SatNav. I really can't think of anything that else that you might find stressful. It's not a restful holiday to be fair, but stressful? Hardly.

Great deal, the theme park tickets seem expensive but per person per day it’s cheaper than Alton Towers

JJJZ1 h, 16 m ago

Waterparks be freezing then so rule that value out on park tickets. Best …Waterparks be freezing then so rule that value out on park tickets. Best time of year including queues, costs and weather is Sept/Oct.


True this. I was at Busch Gardens on 20th Sept and Shiekra was running round all day with half a dozen people on it.

Although cheap...they are not really BA flights are they

Trevisparky10 h, 10 m ago

We go to cancun every year and it’s 5k + would never go back to Disneyland …We go to cancun every year and it’s 5k + would never go back to Disneyland most stressful holiday I’ve ever had.

This isn’t deal isn’t for Disneyland but for Disney World.

Oh and don't forget to factor in £3-4k spending...

oliverreed9 h, 51 m ago

Of course not, to the unemployed everyday is a holiday

Where the f*** unemployed would get that much money? Unless he has like 10kids on benefits...

Original Poster

bbeettaa1 h, 30 m ago

Although cheap...they are not really BA flights are they


Oh it's codeshare, operated by AA (I personally think they're better than BA)!

Voted cold, not direct flights, try telling the kids at Philadelphia 'No, we're not there yet!'
Edited by: "Toptrumpet" 9th Oct

Good effort finding this. Not ideal dates as others have said and changing flights and hanging about airports etc is a real pain. I love Disney and Universal, could not fault anything about either of them. We always go at Easter time, weather is decent and parks tend to be a bit quieter if you time it right.

Enjoy it whilst you can.

If we end up with Corbyn this type of holiday won't exist from the UK anymore with capital controls and resulting collapse of the currency and economy. The £ is already 20% down since Brexit vote.

The parks are expensive we just book the ones we want to do. For a family of 4 it's around £390 to do magic Kingdom if you book via the US site. Universal is about £340, Seaworld similar. Only worth doing multi Park and days if that is all you are going to do.

modaj12 h, 6 m ago

Oh and don't forget to factor in £3-4k spending...


Really? You need spends on holiday?

Would you need a car to get to the parks from the hotel?

rachelandgromit2 h, 27 m ago

Oh it's codeshare, operated by AA (I personally think they're better than …Oh it's codeshare, operated by AA (I personally think they're better than BA)!


I've never done long haul with AA, so I'll take your word for it

Short haul on the other hand, never again

rachelandgromit14 h, 58 m ago

You can just get the Disney tickets and pay much less if you don't intend …You can just get the Disney tickets and pay much less if you don't intend to visit parks for the whole time. It's worth weighing up exactly what you want to see and do as the tickets are so expensive. Don't pay for two weeks if you don't need 14 days.



Good point, 1 week is £5 less each!
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