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Orlando Attraction Tickets Discounts plus free tickets for Black Friday - reserve the tickets with just a £10 deposit
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Orlando Attraction Tickets Discounts plus free tickets for Black Friday - reserve the tickets with just a £10 deposit

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Posted 29th Nov 2019

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Anyone going to Orlando in 2020 have a look at these prices.

Major parks like Disney, Universal, SeaWorld and Discovery Cove with good discounts. Some tickets come with free tickets for Funspot America worth £35 per person - You can reserve the tickets with just a £10 deposit per person. Cheapest prices I have seen in a while for 2020.

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Thanks! Cancelled existing order and rebooked. Lose my £40 deposit but still end up saving £14 and gaining the Fun Spot tickets.
Thanks for posting. Have just ordered tickets for a trip in January!
Has anyone been to Fun Spot? Is it any good?
Just about to post this too.
Don't forget you can also use code MSE5 for £5 per ticket too
Vespa12329/11/2019 18:35

Has anyone been to Fun Spot? Is it any good?


Never been yet but spoken to others who have and they said it's not bad for a change of scenery.
Apparently the gokarts are very good.

Just a bonus for us as it's very close to where we are staying and these are the cheapest Disney 14 day tickets anyway
Vespa12329/11/2019 18:35

Has anyone been to Fun Spot? Is it any good?


It’s incredible, I’ve been many years now, the FunSpot USA has the best go karts and attractions I’ve been on. It’s all around OldTown as well which is great for families and hosts lots of bars, restaurants etc.
Thanks OP. I am going in Aug for family of 4 for 7 nights. Any tips which one to book. Walt Disney is for 7 days minimum and no good offer on that. Will appreciate help please
Vespa12329/11/2019 18:35

Has anyone been to Fun Spot? Is it any good?


Yes- really good at night, some great rides there and shows. Worth having for free as it’s not cheap.
horizon-in30/11/2019 12:43

Thanks OP. I am going in Aug for family of 4 for 7 nights. Any tips which …Thanks OP. I am going in Aug for family of 4 for 7 nights. Any tips which one to book. Walt Disney is for 7 days minimum and no good offer on that. Will appreciate help please


Oh lord where to start- you need a plan, no one goes to the entertainment capital of the word without a plan, 7 days I hate to say it isn’t long enough- you might just fit in all of Disney parks at a push, depending on the kids ages I would opt for universal and then add on seaworld / bush tickets- better parks in my opinion, Disney is about the magic not really the rides. (Although obv has some good rides but not on the level as universal).
AntonyWellington30/11/2019 12:52

Oh lord where to start- you need a plan, no one goes to the entertainment …Oh lord where to start- you need a plan, no one goes to the entertainment capital of the word without a plan, 7 days I hate to say it isn’t long enough- you might just fit in all of Disney parks at a push, depending on the kids ages I would opt for universal and then add on seaworld / bush tickets- better parks in my opinion, Disney is about the magic not really the rides. (Although obv has some good rides but not on the level as universal).


Thanks. I agree longer saty woulds have better but than had to factor in my leave and budget. So I guess book Universal 3 park ticket (which is 272 each), plus sea world. My kids are 15 and 13. Wish to book Disney but cheapest is 399 on Disney official website for 7 or 14 days minimum where as I have only 7 days in total.
Vespa12329/11/2019 18:35

Has anyone been to Fun Spot? Is it any good?


It’s great, my two loved it (aged 12 and 10). Good value compared to the other parks, and we found that there was hardly any queuing (a bit of a queue for the go karts) nothing in comparison to the hours of queuing at the major parks. We stayed in a hotel right across the road - going back again next year so I’ll buy the season passes.
Edited by: "theredw0man" 30th Nov 2019
horizon-in30/11/2019 12:56

Thanks. I agree longer saty woulds have better but than had to factor in …Thanks. I agree longer saty woulds have better but than had to factor in my leave and budget. So I guess book Universal 3 park ticket (which is 272 each), plus sea world. My kids are 15 and 13. Wish to book Disney but cheapest is 399 on Disney official website for 7 or 14 days minimum where as I have only 7 days in total.


Me and my daughter done universal, SeaWorld and busch gardens last year in August and we went for 7 days also and it was more than enough. Think if you was going for 2 weeks you could do Disney but if your kids are that age they will love the parks i just mentioned. Wouldn't bother with Disney personally .
sorry one more question. Is it valid thru out 2020? as Universal official site saying use by May 2020
horizon-in30/11/2019 12:56

Thanks. I agree longer saty woulds have better but than had to factor in …Thanks. I agree longer saty woulds have better but than had to factor in my leave and budget. So I guess book Universal 3 park ticket (which is 272 each), plus sea world. My kids are 15 and 13. Wish to book Disney but cheapest is 399 on Disney official website for 7 or 14 days minimum where as I have only 7 days in total.


If you are looking at getting a Disney park in have a look at Undercover Tourist. They sell one day or two day tickets. Obviously better value for 7/14 day tickets but as you are only there a week and want universal there’s no point.

If it’s just a bit of a Disney fix you are after, get down to Disney Marketplace!
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