Orlando -14 nights including flight & hotel- 2 Adults + 2 Children -3rd May from Manchester - £366.00 per person using code BOOKIT @ Thomas Cook
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Orlando -14 nights including flight & hotel- 2 Adults + 2 Children -3rd May from Manchester - £366.00 per person using code BOOKIT @ Thomas Cook

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Found 18th Feb
Use code BOOKIT to take £200 off the price below to get price above!

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If only there was a Orlando deal from Dublin or Belfast
However.... Tickets for Disneyland would double that. So great for a cheap holiday to Orlando but may as well double it for tickets to Disneyland.
Serialkillerz8218th Feb

However.... Tickets for Disneyland would double that. So great for a cheap …However.... Tickets for Disneyland would double that. So great for a cheap holiday to Orlando but may as well double it for tickets to Disneyland.


Park ticket prices are what they are same as car hire, but for many it’s dropping on cheap flights. I have paid from £300-£800pp flying to Florida the last 6 yrs, makes a massive difference to the cost of your holiday- especially as there is 6 of us.
I'd be booking this if it wasn't for being smack bang in middle of GCSEs great deal
Amazing price!!! Looking to go in October.... starting to wondering if waiting to book is best bet to try get a deal like this!
Serialkillerz8212 h, 20 m ago

However.... Tickets for Disneyland would double that. So great for a cheap …However.... Tickets for Disneyland would double that. So great for a cheap holiday to Orlando but may as well double it for tickets to Disneyland.


Cos ... Disneyland is the only thing to do in Orlando/Florida.

Admittedly it is what a lot of people go for but the cost of it is totally irrelevant as to whether this is a deal or not.
AdamBrunt1 h, 25 m ago

Cos ... Disneyland is the only thing to do in Orlando/Florida.Admittedly …Cos ... Disneyland is the only thing to do in Orlando/Florida.Admittedly it is what a lot of people go for but the cost of it is totally irrelevant as to whether this is a deal or not.



You do know that there is no Disneyland in Orlando don't you ?

Also I am assuming you have never been to Florida if you think all there is to do there is Disney.
We spent 4 weeks there on our last trip and only 11 of those days were spent at Disney parks and we filled most days of our holiday.
Edited by: "rooney10" 19th Feb
It's Disneyworld not Disneyland
Good deal as flights on their own can be more expensive.
Not it a fan of Thomas Cook flights, they’re rather basic but they get you there
don’t see why you have to buy drinks, even water, on a 9+ hour flight?
but they do fly into Orlando which is a bonus if that’s what you need/want/prefer, personality prefer Sanford as it’s smaller and easier (99% of the time like
Thanks for posting.
If anyone knows of any park ticket deals that are on at present could you drop me a message. We’re there in May but holding out for park ticket deal... if they come about!! Cheers.
rooney1022 h, 36 m ago

You do know that there is no Disneyland in Orlando don't you ?Also I am …You do know that there is no Disneyland in Orlando don't you ?Also I am assuming you have never been to Florida if you think all there is to do there is Disney. We spent 4 weeks there on our last trip and only 11 of those days were spent at Disney parks and we filled most days of our holiday.


LOL.

You managed to spot a typo but completely missed the point of the entire comment.

For clarity, I have been to Florida numerous times and know exactly what else there is to do beyond Disney and Universal
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