Orlando THEME PARK Tickets ONLY, ALL Disney, ALL Universal, ALL Seaworld (14 Days) £478 PER ADULT (USING CODE MSE5) @ Orlandoattractiontickets
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Orlando THEME PARK Tickets ONLY, ALL Disney, ALL Universal, ALL Seaworld (14 Days) £478 PER ADULT (USING CODE MSE5) @ Orlandoattractiontickets

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Found 8th Mar 2015
I am off to Orlando soon and have been keeping an eye on the ticket prices, Orlando attraction tickets.co.uk offer a GREAT value ticket for whats included IMHO!

There was a similar deal to this posted by myself a few months ago, however thats now expired.
The current deal as of March 2015 is:....................

****Use code MSE5 to get the deal price****

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

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Planning to go third week of August , will this be good then? Any good websites for flights and accommodation would be welcomed as it's the school holidays and most things are over priced then

Good price.

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rodezz

Planning to go third week of August , will this be good then? Any good … Planning to go third week of August , will this be good then? Any good websites for flights and accommodation would be welcomed as it's the school holidays and most things are over priced then


Yes this ticket is valid for all of 2015.
For ALL things Disney/Orlando related check out the font of all knowledge the Dibb.....
thedibb.co.uk/for…php

Love the dibb

just got my orlando flexi tickets from these guys. great company

flight cost ?? As that price is for only park entries.

cold as adding flight cost will cost more than £980 pp

andykapa

flight cost ?? As that price is for only park entries.



LOL its a deal just for the park tickets. Flights and accommodation are to be booked separately. Though may I suggest travel city direct & stay in the clarion inn, Lake buena vista. Decent clean hotel in a great location & East access to the i4

if you dont want seaworld tickets,try florida escapes their combo ticket 14 days is £388-00 for disney(inc water parks) and both universal parks(us&ioa).flash sale today.

There is so much more to do in Florida than just the parks, get a less intensive and expensive multi-park ticket, and spend a few days exploring. You can swim with wild Manatees at crystal river (my children will never forget that day), take an air-boat ride into the everglades (not the Orlando ones), go to winter park and take a boat ride through the lakes and canals to see the huge lakeside colonial built mansions or take a trip to Kennedy space center.

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andykapa

flight cost ?? As that price is for only park entries.




Er lol. Yes. Correct. As stated by the OP.

andykapa

cold as adding flight cost will cost more than £980 pp



Yes it will. This is a deal for tickets, not tickets + flights.

This is Florida not Skegness.

I'll be taking my 14th trip to Orlando next month. In my opinion, you'll not have the time (or energy!) to fit in ALL these attractions during an average 14-night stay. Personally, I'd focus on EITHER the Universal parks or the Disney parks.

Orlando is addictive! Very few people visit only once!

scarl

There is so much more to do in Florida than just the parks, get a less … There is so much more to do in Florida than just the parks, get a less intensive and expensive multi-park ticket, and spend a few days exploring. You can swim with wild Manatees at crystal river (my children will never forget that day), take an air-boat ride into the everglades (not the Orlando ones), go to winter park and take a boat ride through the lakes and canals to see the huge lakeside colonial built mansions or take a trip to Kennedy space center.



I've swam with manatees my last two trips and it was great. First time was September in low season so only saw two, the second was November the busiest period and there were ridiculous amounts.
Would 100% recommend it to anybody

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bond e lad

if you dont want seaworld tickets,try florida escapes their combo ticket … if you dont want seaworld tickets,try florida escapes their combo ticket 14 days is £388-00 for disney(inc water parks) and both universal parks(us&ioa).flash sale today.



That's a great offer! Bought ours last week just the Disney parts £270 each. Most price match so worth having a bit of a shop about.

fonzie2107

I've swam with manatees my last two trips and it was great. First time … I've swam with manatees my last two trips and it was great. First time was September in low season so only saw two, the second was November the busiest period and there were ridiculous amounts.Would 100% recommend it to anybody



Is it with scub gear on?

www.florida4less.co.uk
Used this company for years for flights accom car hire attraction tickets, always beat other quotes and very good to deal with, their knowledge of Florida is second to non!

mgk

Is it with scub gear on?



We were given wetsuits and masks you don't need tanks, we were taken out on a boat and then you enter the water and just float over to the Manatees, they are so placid and peaceful it was amazing.

14 days for all of those does seem somewhat intense, I can't imagine how busy the Disney parks are as I skipped on those but will definitely be going back in future and including those. I went in May last year and Universal was great, no longer than half hour queues per ride, mostly 5-10 mins. If you're going as a couple/with mates you could do both Universal parks in one day at that time of year imo, maybe not as a family.

I would recommend you do Busch Gardens first as it's an hour or so bus journey away, a lot of hotels will offer a free bus transfer, the longer you leave going there the more tired you will be. Take comfortable trainers as you will be doing a helluva lot of walking haha, I made the mistake of taking cheap pairs over with me.

scarl

We were given wetsuits and masks you don't need tanks, we were taken out … We were given wetsuits and masks you don't need tanks, we were taken out on a boat and then you enter the water and just float over to the Manatees, they are so placid and peaceful it was amazing.



We were given a snorkel, a pool noodle and a basic wet suit. The suit was to help you float as its illegal to splash if your close to a manatee.
The company we used is called 'manatee tour and dive'.

suziemaclondon

I'll be taking my 14th trip to Orlando next month. In my opinion, you'll … I'll be taking my 14th trip to Orlando next month. In my opinion, you'll not have the time (or energy!) to fit in ALL these attractions during an average 14-night stay. Personally, I'd focus on EITHER the Universal parks or the Disney parks.Orlando is addictive! Very few people visit only once!


exactly what we do. one trip will be universal , seaworld , aquatica , busch etc and the next hol everything Disney with the hope of the free disney dining plan which in 2010 was the best holiday we ever had . experiencing the finiest table service , eating at gorgeous themed restaurants that we usually would of just of walked past because we couldnt afford to eat there without the luxury of the free Disney dining.

For 'swim with manatee' tours, I'd recommend the 'Florida Adventure Tour' run by Florida Dolphin Tours. It includes a Crystal River boat tour, swimming where manatee live, an airboat ride, entry to Homosassa State Park, breakfast buffett (usually at Ponderosa or Sizzler) and a packed lunch. Best price I found (for April 2015) was via American Attractions (although most attractions website will price match

No interest in going but curious, the £478 is per person right?
So best part of £2000 for a typical family of 2 adults/2 kids, plus flights, someone above mentions about £1000 each, plus hotel...

So it costs what around £6,000 to go to orlando and do all the usual stuff for 2 weeks for a family of 4? + whatever for accomodation..

? (!)

476 at florid tix using code Florida5 today only. Couple of quid saving

Can't decide on an ultimate Disney ticket or a multi day Disney base ticket, going to discover cove this time which includes a two week pass to sea world and Busch so can't take advantage of this sadly

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mocmocamoc

476 at florid tix using code Florida5 today only. Couple of quid saving … 476 at florid tix using code Florida5 today only. Couple of quid saving Can't decide on an ultimate Disney ticket or a multi day Disney base ticket, going to discover cove this time which includes a two week pass to sea world and Busch so can't take advantage of this sadly


The floridatix deal that includes the 3 seaworld parks costs £501 at floridatix, £496 with code, so the deal orlando attractions deal is still cheaper......
floridatix.com/orl…gic

herby247

The floridatix deal that includes the 3 seaworld parks costs £501 at … The floridatix deal that includes the 3 seaworld parks costs £501 at floridatix, £496 with code, so the deal orlando attractions deal is still cheaper......https://www.floridatix.com/orlando-ticket-deals-combos/magic



No the Floridatix code is 5%, not a fiver.

robo989

No interest in going but curious, the £478 is per person right?So best … No interest in going but curious, the £478 is per person right?So best part of £2000 for a typical family of 2 adults/2 kids, plus flights, someone above mentions about £1000 each, plus hotel...So it costs what around £6,000 to go to orlando and do all the usual stuff for 2 weeks for a family of 4? + whatever for accomodation..? (!)



And your point is?

scarl

There is so much more to do in Florida than just the parks, get a less … There is so much more to do in Florida than just the parks, get a less intensive and expensive multi-park ticket, and spend a few days exploring. You can swim with wild Manatees at crystal river (my children will never forget that day), take an air-boat ride into the everglades (not the Orlando ones), go to winter park and take a boat ride through the lakes and canals to see the huge lakeside colonial built mansions or take a trip to Kennedy space center.


Totally agree, take it easy first time there is no way you can cram all the parks in in two weeks, read the dib, do a few days in each, top tip for universal is to stay there for one or two nights and hotel includes express pass which makes hotel effectively free.

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mocmocamoc

No the Floridatix code is 5%, not a fiver.


Ah my bad, thats a good deal......problem is its for today only.

robo989

No interest in going but curious, the £478 is per person right?So best … No interest in going but curious, the £478 is per person right?So best part of £2000 for a typical family of 2 adults/2 kids, plus flights, someone above mentions about £1000 each, plus hotel...So it costs what around £6,000 to go to orlando and do all the usual stuff for 2 weeks for a family of 4? + whatever for accomodation..? (!)




Flights £1000 each !! we normally pay around £300 + £ 600 2 weeks villa rent and that sleeps 8
Ends up been £2400 for 6 people dont think thats to bad £400 each
Edited by: "0scar222" 8th Mar 2015

robo989

No interest in going but curious, the £478 is per person right?So best … No interest in going but curious, the £478 is per person right?So best part of £2000 for a typical family of 2 adults/2 kids, plus flights, someone above mentions about £1000 each, plus hotel...So it costs what around £6,000 to go to orlando and do all the usual stuff for 2 weeks for a family of 4? + whatever for accomodation..? (!)



£6000 all in for a family of 4 is about right for good on site (disney) accommodation, decent flights, dining plan and disney tickets.

You can do it on a budget staying in cheaper hotels, budget flights (stopovers) source tickets elsewhere yourself etc.
Flights £4-500 each , hotel £4-500, tickets £250 each.

Really on a 2 week holiday these tickets would be too much, you won't be able to fit everything in. Or at least not be able to enjoy it properly.

Stick to disney and universal for your first trip (if you've been once you can figure out for yourself what you can manage the next time). You can easily do both in the quieter periods (september/November is best), but busier times you may struggle.

herby247

Ah my bad, thats a good deal......problem is its for today only.



It is but gives the option to pay £10 per ticket deposit. We are doing DC so are getting that from there and a Universal. Haven't decided what to do about Disney.

It depends when you go, I've done everything in Islands of Adventure in about 2 hours on an empty park day, not sure why I'd need to spend three days there, we went on everything twice and then went next door.

fonzie2107

£6000 all in for a family of 4 is about right for good on site (disney) … £6000 all in for a family of 4 is about right for good on site (disney) accommodation, decent flights, dining plan and disney tickets.You can do it on a budget staying in cheaper hotels, budget flights (stopovers) source tickets elsewhere yourself etc.Flights £4-500 each , hotel £4-500, tickets £250 each.Really on a 2 week holiday these tickets would be too much, you won't be able to fit everything in. Or at least not be able to enjoy it properly.Stick to disney and universal for your first trip (if you've been once you can figure out for yourself what you can manage the next time). You can easily do both in the quieter periods (september/November is best), but busier times you may struggle.



Thanks for posting

Is this per person!

Kennedy Space Centre is amazing, we got to see the last night shuttle launch in 2008 from the causeway... Unforgettable

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SkyBlu75

Is this per person!


Nope, its £478 regardless of how many people are in your party, for 14 days unlimited use in Florida's theme parks!
.................
YES it's PER PERSON!

F*** SeaWorld; watch Blackfish

holiday pirates have a Disney universal combo for £381 per adult. ask this company to price match and they will. bought my tickets today.

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robo989

No interest in going but curious, the £478 is per person right?So best … No interest in going but curious, the £478 is per person right?So best part of £2000 for a typical family of 2 adults/2 kids, plus flights, someone above mentions about £1000 each, plus hotel...So it costs what around £6,000 to go to orlando and do all the usual stuff for 2 weeks for a family of 4? + whatever for accomodation..? (!)



Just came back from a 14 day holiday and yes it cost me £5k which was worth EVERY penny to watch the faces of my twin 7 year old boys build lifetime memories

Seaworld: I assume nobody watched Blackfish
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