Orlando THEME PARK Tickets ONLY: ALL Disney, ALL Universal, ALL Seaworld and Legoland (14 Days) £459/£435 Adult/Kids @ Kenwood Travel
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Orlando THEME PARK Tickets ONLY: ALL Disney, ALL Universal, ALL Seaworld and Legoland (14 Days) £459/£435 Adult/Kids @ Kenwood Travel

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Found 27th Mar 2015
The "One Pass" from Kenwood Travel.

The cheapest "All In" Orlando Theme Park Package available (no Discovery Cove). This one even includes Wet n'Wild, Legoland and a free Feast Card.

Parks included:

Universal Studios®
Universal's Islands of Adventure ®
Disney's Magic Kingdom
Disney's Epcot
Disney's Animal Kingdon
Disney's Hollywood Studios
SeaWorld ® Orlando
Wet 'n Wild ®
Aquatica™
Busch Gardens® Tampa Bay
Disney’s Blizzard Beach
Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon
Downtown Disney
Disney's Wide World of Sports Complex
Disney Quest Indoor Interactive Theme Park and complimentary entrance into the venues at the entertainment centre of Universal CityWalk
Legoland

Plus a free $10 Planet Hollywood Voucher and a free Taste Card.

2015 Prices
Adult: £459
Child (3-9yrs): £435

2016 Prices
Adult: £475
Child (3-9yrs): £449

NOTE: The tickets issued are e-vouchers which need to be turned into full tickets at the park entrance on your first visit.

17 Comments

Almost £500 for theme park tickets??

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carlroberts143

Almost £500 for theme park tickets??



Yes and that's the cheapest for all the the them parks.

good price but never understand anyone wanting to spend that amount of time in the parks. remember the best part of orlando is the road out of there

This theme park ticket looks amazing, how do I book

Having just returned from Disneyworld where we only had the 14 day Disneyworld tickets which entitled us to access to all six parks and can quite honestly say we didn't have time to do it all. If your going for 3/4 weeks then this is a good deal but trust me in 14 days you won't have time to experience this many parks and make the most of what's available in them especially when you consider you might want a few rest days in between?

classygear

Having just returned from Disneyworld where we only had the 14 day … Having just returned from Disneyworld where we only had the 14 day Disneyworld tickets which entitled us to access to all six parks and can quite honestly say we didn't have time to do it all. If your going for 3/4 weeks then this is a good deal but trust me in 14 days you won't have time to experience this many parks and make the most of what's available in them especially when you consider you might want a few rest days in between?


14 days at just disney alone would be just sheer bliss . last time we went we did a park one day then a water park the next and repeated it . loved every single moment 8):)

classygear

Having just returned from Disneyworld where we only had the 14 day … Having just returned from Disneyworld where we only had the 14 day Disneyworld tickets which entitled us to access to all six parks and can quite honestly say we didn't have time to do it all. If your going for 3/4 weeks then this is a good deal but trust me in 14 days you won't have time to experience this many parks and make the most of what's available in them especially when you consider you might want a few rest days in between?


can you give us a rough idea of what you spent on park entries as a comparison please?

Rip off Disney.
Universal only one worth visiting.

Is the legoland entry only if you have booked your holiday with them?

Heat added OP, including the Legoland entry this is about £90 cheaper than the cheapest ticket elsewhere (tried to price match with Attraction Tickets Direct and they couldn't get close). One disadvantage I would point out is that this offer is for e-vouchers rather than real tickets, so you need to queue at guest services on your first day to exchange them for real ones (ie first day at Disney, and first day at Universal and the others), but after that you're fine. Also, Kenwood only dispatch the vouchers 2-3 weeks before travel, so I don't know how you'd get on with booking Fast Passes without the actual ticket numbers.

To those who say you can't get full value out of these tickets in 14 days, that may be true but you need to weigh the extra cost against the flexibility of being able to go wherever you want when you want - the only way you'll get cheaper than this is by going to somewhere like Undercover Tourist and getting the Magic Your Way tickets, but the saving isn't that great in my opinion.

I just called them and they said if I pay in full I can have the e tickets immediately rather than wait and said that if i lost the e tickets before I travel then they can replace the voucher which is reassuring. I checked them out a little further and they are also members of ATOL and ABTA, looks like they have been trading since the 1970s as well. I am confident after doing my research that I will book my tickets with them.

Ive already booked my holiday with v hols but I still got a quote for the holiday i,m going on to compare, surprisingly kenwood came out £300 cheaper so I know who I will call next time.

I just called them and they said if I pay in full I can have the e tickets immediately rather than wait and said that if i lost the e tickets before I travel then they can replace the voucher which is reassuring. I checked them out a little further and they are also members of ATOL and ABTA, looks like they have been trading since the 1970s as well. I am confident after doing my research that I will book my tickets with them.

Ive already booked my holiday with v hols but I still got a quote for the holiday i,m going on to compare, surprisingly kenwood came out £300 cheaper so I know who I will call next time.

Original Poster

CatWebb

Is the legoland entry only if you have booked your holiday with them?



I contacted them about this and they replied, as below.

Hi,

Thank you for your email.

Yes, you will recieve entry to Legoland as you are booking the tickets through us :-)

Please let us know if you need anything else?

Many thanks

Kenwood Travel

Brilliant! I will be booking straight away! Thanks.

How come when I go to the site the tickets are more than advertised , is there a code?

Quite annoyingly prices at many places went up last week due to the weak exchange rate
I'm looking for 2016 tickets for just Disney. They we're £305 each last week, now £325 (21 day ultimates, direct with Disney UK site)
I'm thinking once we have a new president or whatever it might recover a little

musicman

Rip off Disney. Universal only one worth visiting.



Universal is pathetic, rides dedicated to Minions and Transformers...yeah real classics.
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