Orlando Passport 2015, ALL Disney, ALL Universal, ALL Seaworld + Wet N Wild (14 Days) £479 (USING CODE MSE5) @ Orlandoattractiontickets
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Orlando Passport 2015, ALL Disney, ALL Universal, ALL Seaworld + Wet N Wild (14 Days) £479 (USING CODE MSE5) @ Orlandoattractiontickets

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Found 9th Dec 2014
The Orlando PassPort Ticket offers 14 days unlimited access to:

Magic Kingdom
Epcot
Disney's Hollywood Studios
Disney's Animal Kingdom
Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park
Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park
Universal Studios® Florida
Universal's Islands of Adventure®
SeaWorld® Orlando
Aquatica™
Busch Gardens® Tampa Bay

Make sure to add the above deal to the basket FIRST, then as a bonus offer you get offered Wet N Wild for £10 per person.
Making it 12 parks in total for £484.

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Deposit: If you have more than 8 weeks before you travel you can secure your attraction tickets with just a £10 per person deposit - the balance will then be due 8 weeks before you travel. Deposits can be paid in instalments via your login area.

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EDIT*********************
Thanks to Davew1ll1amson for the code MSE5 for a further £5 off!!
(So your basically getting Wet N Wild for a fiver)!

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Original Poster

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Thanks for that John already booked for April but this is a better deal.

Have you used this deal before? It seems very cheap, I purchased all disney tickets for 7days for the price of 9days for £544, so for this to include universal and seaworld seems too good to be true?

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murzo54

Thanks for that John already booked for April but this is a better deal.


We are the same, booked for May with Thomsons all in one, got a good deal, but this is a belter, + real tickets!

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vixxi

Have you used this deal before? It seems very cheap, I purchased all … Have you used this deal before? It seems very cheap, I purchased all disney tickets for 7days for the price of 9days for £544, so for this to include universal and seaworld seems too good to be true?



Used them, and can personally vouch for them, UK based company.

already booked mine, but this sounds like a great deal

Use code MSE5 for an extra £5 off

A good deal, however the Disney pass can be more than you need, Quite a bit cheaper to get a 5 day base ticket at the gate, so although you get park hopping and can play crazy golf, if you've more interest in the non Disney parks, I'd suggest a basic Disney ticket that lets you in one park a day for 5 days (allows one extra day at Disney over the 4 main parks) and then the full Universal and Sea World tix.

Saves about £70

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Davew1ll1amson

Use code MSE5 for an extra £5 off



Cheers mate, deal amended to include your code and credit to your good self!
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Also FANTASTIC customer service via their FB page even outside of their normal business working hours!!

facebook.com/orl…ets

What would it cost to go to these parks if you bought tickets on the day? (14 days worth)

We're off for two weeks next May but thinking of doing 7 days in the parks and 7 days touring around Florida.
From what I've found so far the base tickets are better value for us...I think. Or maybe a 7 day Disney ticket plus base tickets for universal and Islands of Adventure.

We're looking to visit the following:

Magic Kingdom
Epcot
Disney Studios
Animal Kingdom

Universal Studios
Islands of Adventure

& maybe Kennedy Space Centre.

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vixxi

I purchased all disney tickets for 7days for the price of 9days for £544



You've been had! I'd prefer 9 days for the price of 7, but each to their own

bisoner

What would it cost to go to these parks if you bought tickets on the day? … What would it cost to go to these parks if you bought tickets on the day? (14 days worth)



Well I think a one day Disney ticket is about $90, but they get cheaper the more days you want. The SW passes, etc. you probably would save no money buying a one day ticket, fundamentally they know you're going to go one day, so give you a two week pass in the hope you might come back another day and buy your lunch.

My advice is to plan what you want to do, and then work out the tickets around it, personally I wouldn't pay £10 more to get the WnW tickets, not sure I'd bother using it

Wet n wild is crap anyway, save the £10 lol
Edited by: "JUSTANOTHERSTAR" 9th Dec 2014

Original Poster

Dont forget the Dibb for all things Disney and Florida trip planning!..............
thedibb.co.uk/for…php

I can't wait to travel back to Florida, I first went many years ago as a kid and didn't get to do all the parks.

I went during term time, was able to keep going round and round on the rides without queuing as the parks were so quiet

Hopefully something similar will be available in the foreseeable future (bookmarked)

An advantage buying certain Disney bundles is that you get to access to Fast Pass+ (Book your rides before you get there to beat the queues), which I don't think you get with base tickets, until you're actually in the parks.

Seems a great deal, thanks OP, all booked for May! Heat from me.

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theshabster

An advantage buying certain Disney bundles is that you get to access to … An advantage buying certain Disney bundles is that you get to access to Fast Pass+ (Book your rides before you get there to beat the queues), which I don't think you get with base tickets, until you're actually in the parks.


Wrong... Disney fast pass + is available to all guests.
On site get to choose 60 days in advance, off site it's 30 days.

Been looking for a good deal for this for our August holiday, this company comes highly recommended on all free disney forums. have some heat

£482 at Orlando ticket deals so not really much of a deal.
We are planning on buying non expiry disney tickets for our next trip as its worth the extra if you plan on visiting Orlando often.

Cheaper here floridatix.com/orl…gic?utm_source=SilverpopMailing&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=FloridaTix%20msftix091214%20New%20FloridaTix%20Site%20-%20Everyone%20Else%20Day%201%20(1)&utm_content=&spMailingID=21817306&spUserID=ODYyMTk1OTU1NjgS1&spJobID=460979818&spReportId=NDYwOTc5ODE4S0

Only £454 may not include wet and wild but it's not the best water park anyway, with these tickets you have a choice of 3 my personal favourite is blizzard beach.

£454 at floridatix not really a deal. Also mods why are my posts disappearing.

Just as I type my post appears please ignore previous post.

Sorry not £454 didn't see the 2014 price at the bottom. I shall disappear back into my hole.

This seems to be a better ticket i think, i got this 2 weeks ago for our trip next August. - floridatix.com/orl…ida

herby247

Wrong... Disney fast pass + is available to all guests. On site get to … Wrong... Disney fast pass + is available to all guests. On site get to choose 60 days in advance, off site it's 30 days.



are you sure it's available to base tickets in advance? I'm pretty sure it's not, but please feel free to prove me wrong.

If you are a frequent flyer to Florida I find it much more cost effective to buy universal only, flex tickets or FAB5 and the buy non-expiry tickets from mapleleaftickets.com. They cost a bit more at the outset but the last batch lasted me 5 trips. Big money saver.

Does anyone know the children's tickets prices with this deal?

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buggerlugsmike

This seems to be a better ticket i think, i got this 2 weeks ago for our … This seems to be a better ticket i think, i got this 2 weeks ago for our trip next August. - https://www.floridatix.com/orlando-ticket-deals-combos/ultimate-florida



Hmmmmm strange because next Aug would be 2015 and £491.....
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Original Poster

theshabster

are you sure it's available to base tickets in advance? I'm pretty sure … are you sure it's available to base tickets in advance? I'm pretty sure it's not, but please feel free to prove me wrong.



From Disney......
Now Available to All Theme Park Guests
How much does FastPass+ cost? It’s included with your ticket, package or Annual Pass at no extra charge.

https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/plan/my-disney-experience/fastpass-plus/

Also check the Dibb forums for all thing FastPass+
thedibb.co.uk/for…122
Edited by: "herby247" 9th Dec 2014

herby247

From Disney......Now Available to All Theme Park GuestsHow much does … From Disney......Now Available to All Theme Park GuestsHow much does FastPass+ cost? It’s included with your ticket, package or Annual Pass at no extra charge.https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/plan/my-disney-experience/fastpass-plus/



They must have changed it recently. Bonus

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Bigbadhoff

Does anyone know the children's tickets prices with this deal?


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If you have teenagers who aren't interested in Disney then the Universal Premier Annual Pass can be a great deal $435 / £278. Lots of perks such as included Express Pass (after 4pm), and valet parking. Spend the morning by the pool or doing the malls, then head to Universal after lunch and enjoy the Express Pass. Quite a relaxing way to do it. Incredible value if you can squeeze two trips inside the 12 months. Look Here, there are cheaper otions, from $214.

We're thinking of doing Discovery Cove this September, seems a good deal and worth considering as it includes a 2 week Busch Gardens, Aquatica and Sea World pass which costs about £90 on its own, so if you were buying it anyway then the Discovery Cove is only costing about £30 or £60 with the Dolphin experience

bytemaster

If you have teenagers who aren't interested in Disney then the Universal … If you have teenagers who aren't interested in Disney then the Universal Premier Annual Pass can be a great deal $435 / £278. Lots of perks such as included Express Pass (after 4pm), and valet parking. Spend the morning by the pool or doing the malls, then head to Universal after lunch and enjoy the Express Pass. Quite a relaxing way to do it. Incredible value if you can squeeze two trips inside the 12 months. Look Here, there are cheaper otions, from $214.



It depends when you go, definitely a good idea in School holidays. However if you're going in off peak times (we went in January and also been in September) then there won't be much use out of it, I did a survey for them in the park and to thank me I got $50 voucher and 8 fast passes (for the time I wasted to catch up), we gave them away when we left as there wasn;t really a queue for anything, at the Simpsons ride the guy refused to accept them

Already bought my tickets for next Easter, from OrlandoAttractions.com (Paid outstanding balance just last night).

Although I didn't get all these parks, I got them minus Sea World, Busch Gardens and Aquatica. Did those parks last time and decided to give them a miss. Only going for 2 weeks this time, so would struggle to do them all again.

This was my ticket itinerary, bought October:

4x adult & 1x child - Disney 14 day ultimate & Universal 3 park bonus tickets would be £2013.00 for 2015.

With this you would also receive some freebies;
Wonderworks 'Outta control' dinner show for all
1x 'Eat & Play' card - valid for four adults
1x 'Kids eat free' card - valid for under 11's
4x $10.00 Planet Hollywood vouchers
+ Shopping discounts

Orlando Passport 2015 even with the £5 off MSE code would work out for me at £2316. So £303 extra for Sea World, Busch Gardens and Aquatica ?


Edited by: "W1zz" 10th Dec 2014

W1zz

Already bought my tickets for next Easter, from OrlandoAttractions.com … Already bought my tickets for next Easter, from OrlandoAttractions.com (Paid outstanding balance just last night).Although I didn't get all these parks, I got them minus Sea World, Busch Gardens and Aquatica. Did those parks last time and decided to give them a miss. Only going for 2 weeks this time, so would struggle to do them all again.This was my ticket itinerary, bought October: 4x adult & 1x child - Disney 14 day ultimate & Universal 3 park bonus tickets would be £2013.00 for 2015.With this you would also receive some freebies; Wonderworks 'Outta control' dinner show for all1x 'Eat & Play' card - valid for four adults1x 'Kids eat free' card - valid for under 11's4x $10.00 Planet Hollywood vouchers+ Shopping discountsOrlando Passport 2015 even with the £5 off MSE code would work out for me at £2316. So £303 extra for Sea World, Busch Gardens and Aquatica ?



By my reckoning, that package (The Real Steal Combo #2 2015 - Disney Ultimate/Universal 3 Park + FREE Wonderworks Dinner Show ) on OrlandoAttractions for 4 adults and 1 child only costs £1980.

I am about to buy "Magic & Movies 'Plus' Combo 2015 - Disney 7 Day Base with 7 Fun Visits/Universal 2 Park 2015 + FREE Wonderworks Dinner Show" which - depending on your itinery is pretty much the same as your package (except you can't park hop at Disney) but, for your party size, is only £1820

I'm in Orlando for 4 days next April, before going for 2 weeks in a villa on the gulf, really struggling to buy decent price tickets, we're doing 2 days at Universal (can get good 2 day pass for this at around £120), but Disney is really expensive for daily passes, we just want to do Magic Kingdom and Hollywood studios, i'd rather buy in advance than messing queuing for tickets at Disney.
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