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Walt Disney World Florida - 14-Day Ultimate Ticket £336.05 Adult / £312.65 Kids with code @ Expedia
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Walt Disney World Florida - 14-Day Ultimate Ticket £336.05 Adult / £312.65 Kids with code @ Expedia

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Posted 25th May
Spotted that the 20% discount code HOLIDAYS20 is also working on 2019 Walt Disney World Florida tickets for any dates. Thought this was decent as works out around a £50 per person saving versus other retailers on the Disney 14 day ultimate ticket. Includes unlimited access to all 6 Disney theme parks, Disney's FASTPASS+ and memory maker.

  • Disney's 14-Day Ultimate Ticket for the price of 7 is £336.05 Adult / £312.65 Child
  • Disney's 21-Day Ultimate Ticket for the price of 7 is £378.13 Adult / £351.85 Child


Disney's 14-Day Ultimate Ticket for the price of 7

This ticket lets you park-hop for the whole 14 days. Unlimited entry to these Walt Disney World Parks for 14 consecutive days

  • Admission to Magic Kingdom® Park
  • Admission to Epcot®
  • Admission to Disney's Hollywood Studios®
  • Admission to Disney's Animal Kingdom® Theme Park
  • Admission to Disney’s Blizzard Beach
  • Admission to Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park

In addition:
  • One visit per day to Fantasia Gardens OR Winter Summerland Miniature Golf Courses
  • Green Fees Only at Disney's® Oak Trail Golf Course
  • Park transport
  • Children under 2 are free

Disney Fastpass+: Advanced purchase enables advance FastPass+ selections for your favourite rides, shows, Character greetings, and more at no extra cost.

Adult tickets include memory maker: Capture all your Walt Disney World memories with Memory Maker, which magically stores all of your Disney's PhotoPass photographer pictures (including ride photos), so no-one needs to step out of your group to take a picture.



Booking Steps

Step 1: Scroll down to the bottom of the page and check availability and select the 14 day ticket (2nd option down) or 21 days

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Step 2: Then go to checkout and apply code HOLDAYS20 under Payment section

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Fantastic deal
Great price!
Nice. We’re going in 2020 and expecti ti pay closer to full price.
Fabulous, have some heat!
Will this work for August as well?
Berbatov25/05/2019 20:23

Will this work for August as well?




It works for any 2019 date from when I tested some sample dates, thanks
BrightLights196925/05/2019 20:20

Fabulous, have some heat!


Some reviews saying it's just a voucher and you have to queue for a ticket at the parks.
Therefore, you won't be able to use the Fastpass 30 day booking.
I would advise check with Expedia customer service before purchasing.
BrightLights196925/05/2019 20:28

Some reviews saying it's just a voucher and you have to queue for a ticket …Some reviews saying it's just a voucher and you have to queue for a ticket at the parks.Therefore, you won't be able to use the Fastpass 30 day booking.I would advise check with Expedia customer service before purchasing.



The most recent review states "fab holiday enjoyed by all the family. We were there over the very busy Christmas holidays but booking fast passes and getting to the parks early made the most of the time we had."

On the web page states: Advanced purchase enables advance FastPass+ selections for your favourite rides, shows, Character greetings, and more at no extra cost. Details are included in a separate confirmation after booking.

Probably worth a check with Expedia customer service though, thanks
Would this gain you access to Galaxies Edge?
Good deal, seems like a T&C oversight. It does prevent you booking for Universal or Paris.
"The coupon code cannot be redeemed against activities at: Walt Disney World, Disneyland Resort, Disneyland Paris, Disneyland Hong Kong, Universal Studios Hollywood, Universal Studios Orlando, Universal Studios Singapore, Dream World Bangkok, and Efteling. The list of activities for qualifying bookings may change at any time."
BrightLights196925/05/2019 20:28

Some reviews saying it's just a voucher and you have to queue for a ticket …Some reviews saying it's just a voucher and you have to queue for a ticket at the parks.Therefore, you won't be able to use the Fastpass 30 day booking.I would advise check with Expedia customer service before purchasing.



When you get to the park you have to go to a desk where they'll check your ID and scan your fingerprints and give you your tickets/wristbands. You'll need to allow some time for this if you want to get there for opening.

Expedia should send you a code with your confirmation that you can register on the Disney site to activate the fastpass/memory maker. Seems some people had issues with this but they seem to be the exception (I had issues with tickets bought directly from Disney and phoned what has to be the cheeriest customer services I've ever experienced).

With Fast Pass, the slots open up 30 days in advance and they fill out extremely quick. Be sure to get in and register if you want to use them for things like Frozen or Avatar (Star Wars won't have Fast Pass, probably for a year due to the queues being insane). Always check the crowd level calendars to see the best days to do parks (NEVER do Magic Kingdom at a weekend, despite it being tempting if it's the first day of your holiday)

Khadgar25/05/2019 20:57

Would this gain you access to Galaxies Edge?


Depending on when you're going, you may have to make a reservation to even get in the land. You get a paper wristband that lets you in during a 4 hour period (this is for the land as a whole, not just the rides). This will hopefully only be around for a month or so after it opens.

Just a note that the Millenium Falcon ride is going to open first, then the Rise of the resistance ride is going to open at a later time (they haven't specified when but it should be before the end of the year). The Rise of the Resistance ride is going to be something special from what Disney have been hyping, the Millenium Falcon ride is the B-ride of the area.
superhype25/05/2019 21:38

Good deal, seems like a T&C oversight. It does prevent you booking for …Good deal, seems like a T&C oversight. It does prevent you booking for Universal or Paris."The coupon code cannot be redeemed against activities at: Walt Disney World, Disneyland Resort, Disneyland Paris, Disneyland Hong Kong, Universal Studios Hollywood, Universal Studios Orlando, Universal Studios Singapore, Dream World Bangkok, and Efteling. The list of activities for qualifying bookings may change at any time."




mmmm - possibly it's an error then that the code is working on Walt Disney tickets, they don't really seem to be discounted that much anywhere
For those saying with this you will have to queue and hand over a voucher for your ticket. We booked via the WDW site itself last time we went (2017) and we had to this also so seems to be par for the course for any ticket only purchase. Just going by my own experience though......
Don’t forget the fine if you take kids out of schoo
My top tip....book disney resort accommodation and get to book fast passes 60 days before stay rather than 30 days if you stay off property. Many of the big fast passes will be booked by the 30 day point. Or plan to get to the parks real early!

Although my toppest tip is to book now for 2020 via disney. You may lose out on this discount but you’ll get free dining which is worth a whole lot more!
Edited by: "hotyoda" 26th May
No hotels or flights.... Cold


Only joking ;-)
Looks good, going in a couple of weeks.. I really want Universal too: what's the best price I can get for a combined ticket (3 adults and 2 tiny kids) or is it cheaper to get this deal and individual day tickets for universal?
When I search for our dates in October I get the message “this offer is not available”

Guess I’ve missed it by a few hours

Expired?
I'm getting 'not available' so think this may be expired?
Same, expired unfor
jojitsu5626/05/2019 07:31

Looks good, going in a couple of weeks.. I really want Universal too: …Looks good, going in a couple of weeks.. I really want Universal too: what's the best price I can get for a combined ticket (3 adults and 2 tiny kids) or is it cheaper to get this deal and individual day tickets for universal?


Its never cheaper to buy your universal tickets there unless you only want to do 1 day
I never realised disney was so expensive. Well done to all of the parents working hard to save up for their family holiday. Your kids probably don't know how lucky they are. :')
hitman241126/05/2019 08:10

I'm getting 'not available' so think this may be expired?




Looks like has been pulled
My son has Asperger and Disney do DAS (disability access service) that’s also for people who have things like bad hips or on crutches or anything really, they don’t even need proof so if you’ve got a problem but not officially disabled they will still issue the DAS pass. The pass is fantastic it’s like a FastPass to use on all rides every day. How it works is if you go to avatar ride and it has 3hr wait (normal) they will scan your pass and you have to return after the 3 hours and then get straight on the ride, what we did is booked other fast pass rides around the DAS pass rides, it’s really only 2/3 rides that have over 1 hour wait so the rest you usually just go straight in (if wait is 30 mins you just go in but they just waived us straight in if wait was under 1hr).
Universal also do similar except no matter how long the wait is they just make you come back 30-60 minutes later, again though most the rides the people operating the rides manipulated the times and pretended you came an hour earlier and put you straight on the ride.
Both are so much better than in the uk where you have to bring all sorts of proof.

Both parks also offer rider switch so the mrs waits with my 3 year old who is too small for a lot of rides and once me n other kids are finished she gets to jump right to front of the q and ride with the kids again so kids actually get on all the rides twice in succession.
jojitsu5626/05/2019 07:31

Looks good, going in a couple of weeks.. I really want Universal too: …Looks good, going in a couple of weeks.. I really want Universal too: what's the best price I can get for a combined ticket (3 adults and 2 tiny kids) or is it cheaper to get this deal and individual day tickets for universal?


Personally I wish we bought our universal tickets over there, there’s 3 parks and the 2 theme parks are together so you can do them both in 1 day but need 2 days to go through them both twice and get on most the rides, the other park is a water park (volcano bay) and since Disney has 2 water parks not going to volcano bay isn’t a big deal. You can buy 2 day 2 park tickets over there for cheaper then the 2 week deals you buy over here, it’ll save a family £500 but only if you only do 2 days, any more and you may as well get the 14 day tickets. We planned on sea world, Aquatica, Busch gardens, discovery cove, legoland, gatorland. But with the Disney/universal there’s no time for anything else. You need 9 days to hit the 9 parks if doing both and then you need another day at animal kingdom, and maybe even 3 days at magic kingdom. If only doing these parks you done need a car it’s so easy getting to just these parks. We took $3000 and £4000 (£4000 for all the extras) but we never touched that and just enjoyed Disney and universal and now have £4000 to book again and do all the stuff we never had time for this time.
Annual passes for universal are less than the price of a 14 day ticket. Perfect if you can get more than once in 12 months.
toonsquirel26/05/2019 13:59

Personally I wish we bought our universal tickets over there, there’s 3 p …Personally I wish we bought our universal tickets over there, there’s 3 parks and the 2 theme parks are together so you can do them both in 1 day but need 2 days to go through them both twice and get on most the rides, the other park is a water park (volcano bay) and since Disney has 2 water parks not going to volcano bay isn’t a big deal. You can buy 2 day 2 park tickets over there for cheaper then the 2 week deals you buy over here, it’ll save a family £500 but only if you only do 2 days, any more and you may as well get the 14 day tickets. We planned on sea world, Aquatica, Busch gardens, discovery cove, legoland, gatorland. But with the Disney/universal there’s no time for anything else. You need 9 days to hit the 9 parks if doing both and then you need another day at animal kingdom, and maybe even 3 days at magic kingdom. If only doing these parks you done need a car it’s so easy getting to just these parks. We took $3000 and £4000 (£4000 for all the extras) but we never touched that and just enjoyed Disney and universal and now have £4000 to book again and do all the stuff we never had time for this time.


I went there about 5 years ago and thought universal was excellent, so will want as much time at universal as at Disney.
jojitsu5627/05/2019 08:21

I went there about 5 years ago and thought universal was excellent, so …I went there about 5 years ago and thought universal was excellent, so will want as much time at universal as at Disney.


I agree it’s awesome but Disney has 6 separate parks and universal has just 2 together that if you go on Hogwarts express you are going to both in 1 day, waterparks are all similar so not going to volcano bay isn’t an issue really. So we actually did more at universal (3 days doing both parks together) but like i said if we didn’t have the 14 day pass we’d of happily just done 2 days and saved £500 missing the 3rd day and missing volcano bay. Typhoon lagoon is best water park so an extra day there instead would of been just as good, personally if it’s your first time I’d recommend people see how much extra to stay at a Disney hotel and have the Disney food option, we spent £1500/£2000 on food that is included at Disney resorts plus it’s easier and free to all Disney parks and you get early and late access and you could easily spend 10 days at the Disney parks without overkill. The £500 saved just going to universal 2x and £2000 saved on food will Be close to the extra you pay to stay at Disney.

All that been said I agree universal is the best park of them all.
stef23226/05/2019 22:21

Annual passes for universal are less than the price of a 14 day ticket. …Annual passes for universal are less than the price of a 14 day ticket. Perfect if you can get more than once in 12 months.


I should be so lucky: once every 10 years more like..
So, best price for disney/universal combined ticket?? Only got a couple of weeks at most to find a deal.
Anyone else getting this problem on Expedia?

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