Universal Orlando 6 Park Combo Ticket - £185 with American Attractions
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Universal Orlando 6 Park Combo Ticket - £185 with American Attractions

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Found 23rd Apr 2012
Currently researching tickets for Orlando holiday and noticed this one. You get the same parks as included in the Orlando FlexTicket Plus £14 cheaper, with the advantage that you get 2 sets of 3 tickets so can start them independently (which is handy if you are away for more thant the 14 days they cover). Hope it's helpful for others... struggling to find such good value at Disney though!

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The 6-Park Orlando Combo Ticket is a combined package of the Universal 3-Park Bonus Ticket and the 3-Park SeaWorld, Aquatica & Busch Gardens Ticket. You will be sent two separate tickets and each ticket expires 14 days from first use.

Aquatica™ - Orlando’s whimsical, one-of-a-kind waterpark brought to you by SeaWorld. Where slides spin and soak, to tranquil and rapid rivers and relaxing on white sand beaches.
SeaWorld® Orlando - There's no place on earth like SeaWorld Orlando. From Orlando's tallest, fastest, longest and only 'floorless' coaster, Kraken® to encountering creatures of the deep up close and personal, SeaWorld is a truly unique experience.
Universal's Islands of Adventure® - experience innovative thrills and unexpected adventures as you journey through five remarkable islands. Don’t miss the Wizarding World of Harry Potter™, the Incredible Hulk Rollercoaster® and The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man®.
Universal Studios® - Jump right into the action of your favourite movies at Universal Studios® and experience an incredible array of rides, shows, movie sets and attractions. Careen and crash your way through Krustyland in the hilarious The Simpsons Ride™ and Rock out at 65 mph on the brand new Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit®.
Busch Gardens® Tampa Bay - the extraordinary African themed park! It brings together an unrivalled combination of rides, animals, and shows. Don’t miss Jungala, the home to Bengal tigers and orangutans and then challenge the incredible heights and speeds of SheiKra® and Montu®, just two of the parks six coasters.
Wet ‘n Wild® - Orlando’s Original Water Park. See why its voted America’s number one water park and experience the world-class rides, quality service and more multi-passenger rides than any other water park in Orlando. Boogie down on the unique retro raft adventure - Disco H2O™.

Plus your ticket also includes 14 consecutive days entrance to Universal CityWalk®* and free return coach transportation to Busch Gardens from Orlando aboard the Busch Gardens Shuttle Express. The journey takes around 90 minutes. This service departs from SeaWorld Orlando and various locations in the International Drive and Kissimmee areas. Service may be subject to change

56 Comments

Voted cold out of envy. Only joking, Great price.

Good price for these parks, and the website states you get actual tickets, not a voucher...

Initially expensive to buy but realy these tickets are exceptional value working out at just over £13 a day for a world class theme parks compared to our £40 plus theme parks in the UK.
If we could afford it we would be there every year.....beautiful place, lovely people ,fantastic weather and glorious food too
Edited by: "cadmus" 23rd Apr 2012

cadmus

If we could afford it we would be there every year.....beautiful place, … If we could afford it we would be there every year.....beautiful place, lovely people ,fantastic weather and glorious food too

This. So, this:
Croftybaby

Voted cold out of envy. Only joking, Great price.

what the best combo without the water parks???

Going in december while it is freezing here - it will be in the 20s there.

Anyone suggest any tickets for seaworld, universal, B gardens?

Nice, Going in september, my gf knows all the prices jazz so will run this by her, think we were going to pay over £600 for the 3 of us.

godzillafan

what the best combo without the water parks???Going in december while it … what the best combo without the water parks???Going in december while it is freezing here - it will be in the 20s there.Anyone suggest any tickets for seaworld, universal, B gardens?



This five park one's about £170 or so;

orlandoattractions.com/tic…/67

Going October... Can't wait


Croftybaby

Voted cold out of envy. Only joking, Great price.


godzillafan

Going in december


JUSTANOTHERSTAR

Going in september


sedwards

Going October



lols am going in august

Croftybaby jealous much
Edited by: "underthestairs" 23rd Apr 2012

sedwards

Going October... Can't wait


you lucky people..... go on "the dibb" best uk disney/orlando website bar none . it tells you ALL the tips & stuff that is so helpful.

I'm going in July !!! can't wait!!

This is a good price attraction tickets direct are £193.
If anyone is planning a trip to orlando check out thedibb.co.uk lots of advice and plenty of of ideas.

im going in 4 weeks and 3 days- in fact will be on the plane this time then !!

Anyone know if there is a use-by date on these tickets....having just come back, I wont be going again till next year, but would be nice to buy these things over time.

Have some heat for bringing back fond memories...Had some wonderful holidays in Florida,wish I was there now or even better living there

Just over there now and think a few places are selling the ticket for the same money incase you haven't got time to prefer the tickets.
Bought mine for £190 in the UK
Anyway I'm off to Busch gardens now so best be off ;-)

almo

Just over there now and think a few places are selling the ticket for the … Just over there now and think a few places are selling the ticket for the same money incase you haven't got time to prefer the tickets. Bought mine for £190 in the UKAnyway I'm off to Busch gardens now so best be off ;-)



Blimey, your leaving early. You'll be there before it opens.

We are going in 4 weeks...can't wait!

if you are not bothered about Wet n Wild, the best value is to get a Universal 2 park 14 day ticket £93 and Aquatica/Seaworld/Bush Gardens combo 14 day ticket for £79 making it £172 altogether. Try Florida Escapes:
www.floridaescapes.co.uk.

I go for a month Dec-Jan every year and it just doesn't get boring!
Try allaroundtheworld.co.uk

Croftybaby

Voted cold out of envy. Only joking, Great price.

godzillafan

Going in december

JUSTANOTHERSTAR

Going in september

sedwards

Going October



lol I go every month to orlando:)) o and make u burn, air crew get in free lol

love2save

We are going in 4 weeks...can't wait!if you are not bothered about Wet n … We are going in 4 weeks...can't wait!if you are not bothered about Wet n Wild, the best value is to get a Universal 2 park 14 day ticket £93 and Aquatica/Seaworld/Bush Gardens combo 14 day ticket for £79 making it £172 altogether. Try Florida Escapes:http://www.floridaescapes.co.uk.

We got the 2 park Universal and the Ultimate Discovery Cove which gives you unlimited access to Seaworld and Busch Gardens. That worked out the cheapest for us.
Still looking out for a great deal on Disney tickets.

CJ

Croftybaby

Voted cold out of envy. Only joking, Great price.

godzillafan

Going in december

JUSTANOTHERSTAR

Going in september

sedwards

Going October



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Hot deal if youre doing busch. We are going a month today. Cant wait.

Wife really wants to go back... in tears (unreal for her!) after she saw the week deal. I said we need to and remember the parks. Tempted but tears will have to flow.
Anyone experienced, is it cheaper to buy from many of those shops once you get there?

Totally worth it, when i went to florida in 2008. Heat added.

It depends where your wanting to go im looking myself , im not bothered about aquatica so getting a park bonus ticket for universal and for seaworld just probable get a day pass from there site around £50 , and with disney im looking at myw 7 day base ticket around £160

wibble

Blimey, your leaving early. You'll be there before it opens.



90 min drive mate, plus gotta get me a breakfast buffet first!!

Just a tip from someone who's been a few times. While at Universal its well worth paying the extra for the Fast Pass tickets. You can book them on their website. If you get to Universal as soon as it opens you can do several of the best rides really quickly, then later that morning you can start to use your fast passes and you still dont have to queue. It seems a lot of money until you see what the cost is for one at Thorpe Park !!!!! Well worth it IMHO.
Have fun everyone.

Bargainhunter666 - If you are willing to wait till you get there, there are the little kiosks on International drive (as well as other places), they buy peoples unused tickets (or tickets with days left on them) and then they sell them to people who just want a few days while there. Universal have fingerprint entry, similar to Disney, but I was told by someone on the gate once that these never work.

Enjoy

cadmus

you lucky people..... go on "the dibb" best uk disney/orlando website … you lucky people..... go on "the dibb" best uk disney/orlando website bar none . it tells you ALL the tips & stuff that is so helpful.


I'll second that - the Dibb is the best!!

tendaysinmay

Just a tip from someone who's been a few times. While at Universal its … Just a tip from someone who's been a few times. While at Universal its well worth paying the extra for the Fast Pass tickets. You can book them on their website. If you get to Universal as soon as it opens you can do several of the best rides really quickly, then later that morning you can start to use your fast passes and you still dont have to queue. It seems a lot of money until you see what the cost is for one at Thorpe Park !!!!! Well worth it IMHO.Have fun everyone.


If there's a lot of you ( we are a family of five) it can work out better to book a night at one of the Universal hotels (Hard Rock etc) as hotel guests get free front of line access for the day of arrival (we arrived at 8am) and departure.

Good but this is a better deal:

http://www.orlando-ticket-deals.co.uk/tickets/disney-universal-pass.html

Ok so it's more expensive but if you're planning on doing the Disney & Universal parks this is a much better deal as the Disney ones are about £235 per adult.

Granted, you don't get Seaworld & Busch Gardens on it but paying seperately to go to these parks on 1 day each would stilll work out cheaper

Original Poster

Stoff19

Good but this is a better … Good but this is a better deal:http://www.orlando-ticket-deals.co.uk/tickets/disney-universal-pass.htmlOk so it's more expensive but if you're planning on doing the Disney & Universal parks this is a much better deal as the Disney ones are about £235 per adult.Granted, you don't get Seaworld & Busch Gardens on it but paying seperately to go to these parks on 1 day each would stilll work out cheaper



It's a completely different deal, it only includes 2 of the 6 parks on this deal!! (and I dont think its the cheapest one of those either from the reasearch I've done)
Edited by: "eglons" 23rd Apr 2012

badgerman2

This five park one's about £170 or … This five park one's about £170 or so;https://www.orlandoattractions.com/tickets/ticket/view/209/67



got to floridatix and buy the fab four

tendaysinmay

Just a tip from someone who's been a few times. While at Universal its … Just a tip from someone who's been a few times. While at Universal its well worth paying the extra for the Fast Pass tickets. You can book them on their website. If you get to Universal as soon as it opens you can do several of the best rides really quickly, then later that morning you can start to use your fast passes and you still dont have to queue. It seems a lot of money until you see what the cost is for one at Thorpe Park !!!!! Well worth it IMHO.Have fun everyone.



Or you could book a night at one of the Universal hotels. If you stay one night you get front of the line passes for 2 days. We are doing that this year. Great IMO

Been to all of these and Busch gardens is BY far the best IMO, great coasters, fantastic zoo and the budweiser academy. Great price for combo ticket. Best water park is still typhoon lagoon but thats at lake Buenavista, Disney territory

fantastic, been looking for a few weeks now prices for Universal etc are quite decent but Disney prices are so high

going in Sept/Oct can't wait

Going in 10 days time. Bought the 14 days Universal 3 parks combo (2 universal parks and wet and wild) for £105.Can't wait..

Was there last year and returning this september if all is well. Thinking of going to Universal and IOA along with busch gardens and sea world. Wouldn't mind going to typhoon lagoon as really enjoyed it. How much would it be to book it for the one day?
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