Orlando/Disney Tickets from £199.94pp @ Ebookers
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Orlando/Disney Tickets from £199.94pp @ Ebookers

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Found 28th Jul 2017
Lots of people asking about park tickets to Orlando and Universal and I've been looking at options for this year and my have discovered a small glitch. The savings aren't huge but it all adds up with a family. Ebookers have a code EXPERIENCE20 for 'things to do' and it works on Orlando and Disney, although I'm not entirely sure it should!

If you book each individual ticket separately you can get £20 off each booking using the code (you can use the code as long as you spend over £100)

I've been comparing some prices and these seem really good value for 2017, especially if you are heading there soon.


So, some examples:

Child 3 Park pass to Universal £199.94 using code

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Adult 3 Park pass to Universal £208.08pp

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For Disney:

Adult Pass £349.45pp

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Disney Child Pass £322.12

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If it works that is a good saving
Is it the 14 day ticket ?
It's a 50 bones saving in comparison to a cursory search on floridatix
Will they honour it though ?
Original Poster
Ebookers is my 'go to' place for booking much of my travel, I find them really competitive and often cashback tracks even with a discount code. I've built up 'platinum' membership with them by using them a lot and get many freebies with them. They are part of the same group as Expedia, Hotels.com so are reliable.
So will they pay through quidco also - so 12% each ticket
Original Poster
Hard to say, as you're using a discount code or could get refused. I've been lucky out of the last 10 hotel bookings I've made 7 tracked and paid out and I used a code. 3 got declined. If you do them all as individual transactions you may get some track and some not.
Awwww, wish they had ticks for 2018 too =(
Have had tickets in June and going again October when I put my dates in it says invalid dates fir promotion any advice usually theses tickets don't have dates on and start when first used don't want to get them and find can't use them fir my dates thanks in advance
I've just tried to get it to work for tickets for Knotts Berry Farm, California for late Oct and getting this message: Check-in and/or departure date is less than vouchers begin or end use date.
Perhaps there's an expiry date for when you need to book the experience by? Tempted to book the tickets for Aug instead as they're usually Any-Day tickets, and then just cancel if it goes wrong but I'm in Florida now and messing around on my phone, can see it being complicated!
I've just tried to get it to work for tickets for Knotts Berry Farm, California for late Oct and getting this message: Check-in and/or departure date is less than vouchers begin or end use date.
Perhaps there's an expiry date for when you need to book the experience by? Tempted to book the tickets for Aug instead as they're usually Any-Day tickets, and then just cancel if it goes wrong but I'm in Florida now and messing around on my phone, can see it being complicated!
Same as you panda going end oct it think voucher code finishes end Aug but tickets should be valid until first usage that's what I think
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Jules_Verne52 m ago

It's cheaper to buy from Universal …It's cheaper to buy from Universal direct;Tickets2.universalorlando.com/parktickets


I'm confused. I priced up the 3 park pass and it worked out more expensive than Ebookers? I did check direct before posting?

This is what Universal direct are charging for an adult $335.47 which converts to more expensive at £255.24.

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Edited by: "rachelandgromit" 28th Jul 2017
A slight warning if buying Disney tickets from ebookers. They don't come with the correct codes for linking to MDE to book fastpasses 30days in advance. You might be able to get them by tweeting @wdwtoday but there's no guarantee
It's not working any longer
Original Poster
Gillmac9 m ago

It's not working any longer


It is, however it now seems to have a time frame of when it works and doesn't. I can get it working for July, August and September but not after that. I've just tried it for the next three months.
Edited by: "rachelandgromit" 28th Jul 2017
Just back never again that's never a holiday it's a Bear Grylls expedition.
Universal 3 Park Explorer tickets are £210.98 (adult) and £203.28 (Child) from OrlandoAttractions. Used them for our last trip and we go again next Sunday.

If you phone (Tony) they'll even let you pay just a deposit, with the balance closer to your travel date. You also get some freebies thrown in 'dine4less' and 'kidseatfree' type cards if spending over £500.

https://www.orlandoattractions.com/tickets/universal-3-park-explorer
Edited by: "W1zz" 29th Jul 2017
rachelandgromit18 h, 14 m ago

Ebookers is my 'go to' place for booking much of my travel, I find them …Ebookers is my 'go to' place for booking much of my travel, I find them really competitive and often cashback tracks even with a discount code. I've built up 'platinum' membership with them by using them a lot and get many freebies with them. They are part of the same group as Expedia, Hotels.com so are reliable.

Thanks for the recommendation
Trevisparky

Just back never again that's never a holiday it's a Bear Grylls … Just back never again that's never a holiday it's a Bear Grylls expedition.



You are definitely the wrong type of person to appreciate it then. Its a magical holiday that should be relished as not everyone can afford it.
urbanlegend111 h, 10 m ago

You are definitely the wrong type of person to appreciate it then. Its a …You are definitely the wrong type of person to appreciate it then. Its a magical holiday that should be relished as not everyone can afford it.

You think so try trekking about a park in 30 degree heat see how much fun you think it it. Trust me I'm not alone in this thinking. Never go back. Beach holiday for us from now on.
Erm most people don't trek the parks all day every day this time of year......they mix park days with pool days or part days in the park with water parks, pool, shopping etc. No wonder you hated it !
Trevisparky

You think so try trekking about a park in 30 degree heat see how much … You think so try trekking about a park in 30 degree heat see how much fun you think it it. Trust me I'm not alone in this thinking. Never go back. Beach holiday for us from now on.


Give me a fun Orlando holiday over being bored out of my brain on a beach or by a pool any day.
rachelduchy2 h, 50 m ago

Erm most people don't trek the parks all day every day this time of …Erm most people don't trek the parks all day every day this time of year......they mix park days with pool days or part days in the park with water parks, pool, shopping etc. No wonder you hated it !

We did mix it but just wasn't for us.
theriler17 m ago

Give me a fun Orlando holiday over being bored out of my brain on a beach …Give me a fun Orlando holiday over being bored out of my brain on a beach or by a pool any day.

Each to their own
I usually skip rather than trek ......but at least you've tried it and know it's not for you (certainly not in the hottest months anyway)
The seasonal annual pass works out at £233 (I have a Revolut card and get 1.30 to the pound) there are block out dates but the block out dates don't effect us as we usually travel outside these dates. I usually get at least 1 preferred annual pass as then we get free parking saving $20 each time we visit
Trevisparky29th Jul

Each to their own


It was no problem for me and my family......millions of others as well it seems.

The place is incredible, if you plan your visit in advance and use time effectively you can ensure your children have an absolutely magical time, and memories theyll treasure for life. Just like when my parents did for me....

Maybe you need to take a child's perspective not your own. As a parent you are going to have to accept a Disney holiday will be an exhausting one, but ultimately brilliant, it's not about me, it's about my children.

Your 'review' is totally at odds with that ethos. You sound a bit self centered and selfish tbh
Edited by: "zoso1313" 1st Aug 2017
zoso13132 h, 53 m ago

It was no problem for me and my family......millions of others as well it …It was no problem for me and my family......millions of others as well it seems.The place is incredible, if you plan your visit in advance and use time effectively you can ensure your children have an absolutely magical time, and memories theyll treasure for life. Just like when my parents did for me....Maybe you need to take a child's perspective not your own. As a parent you are going to have to accept a Disney holiday will be an exhausting one, but ultimately brilliant, it's not about me, it's about my children.Your 'review' is totally at odds with that ethos. You sound a bit self centered and selfish tbh

You don't even no me. My kids didn't enjoy it. I was speaking for them to they can't wait to go back to cancun they love beach and pool holidays as we all do. Disneyland ain't for us simple as that. Seen it glad I have but won't be back. No need for personal insults.
zoso13133 h, 3 m ago

It was no problem for me and my family......millions of others as well it …It was no problem for me and my family......millions of others as well it seems.The place is incredible, if you plan your visit in advance and use time effectively you can ensure your children have an absolutely magical time, and memories theyll treasure for life. Just like when my parents did for me....Maybe you need to take a child's perspective not your own. As a parent you are going to have to accept a Disney holiday will be an exhausting one, but ultimately brilliant, it's not about me, it's about my children.Your 'review' is totally at odds with that ethos. You sound a bit self centered and selfish tbh

spitthatoutthebook.com/201…ld/
Trevisparky7 h, 21 m ago

http://www.spitthatoutthebook.com/2016/01/top-10-reasons-i-hated-disney-world/

I'll have a read, it wasn't supposed to be a personal insult so sorry. I should have proof read before posting, my post does sound patronising, so.it definitely came out wrong!

To be fair I hated it when I got dragged there at 16, so.i restructured it with my kids to avoid all the things I hated - heat, queues etc.

I booked Easter it's far far cooler. Then bought loads of VIP stuff so could avoid alot of queues. I know not everyone can afford all that, in fact I saved for 5 years!

Anyway , as you say, maybe not for everyone
Thanks for your nice reply.
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Trevisparky29th Jul

We did mix it but just wasn't for us.


Lots like Orlando holidays and seem to go back , just obviously not your thing
Done beach holidays in past but find bored after hour or so on beach and if weather crap
what do you do? Give me Orlando over boring beach holiday anytime
Personally I prefer Universal and Buch gardens to Disney parks
Edited by: "0scar222" 6th Aug 2017
0scar22222 m ago

Lots like Orlando holidays and seem to go back , just obviously not your …Lots like Orlando holidays and seem to go back , just obviously not your thing Done beach holidays in past but find bored after hour or so on beach and if weather crap what do you do? Give me Orlando over boring beach holiday anytimePersonally I prefer Universal and Buch gardens to Disney parks

Exactly life would be boring if we all liked the same things in life.
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