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    Walt Disney World Florida Feb 2008

    Need help with 2 weeks on site at WDW. Flights probably Virgin, but hotels being very limited and expensive. Leaving from Manchester. Any help really appreciated.

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    Try Travel City Direct-fantastic value. We are going to a house next year again as this year it was so cheap. Family of 4 cost £2900 in June in a 4 bedroom house with pool, close to disney too. A real home from home. Check out their website travelcitydirect.co.uk

    We went last week in June, 1st week in July last year from manchester with Broadway Travel. We stayed in 5 bedroom Villa with pool and we were just under £500 each and that included 8 seater minivan and all insurances. It was much cheaper than same thing from Travelcitydirect. :thumbsup:

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    Thanks to both, I'll let you know how I get on.:thumbsup:

    Ours did include a full size car and all inclusive insurance-when we got there this year they upgraded us free of charge to a six bedroomed house - a bit much for just the four of us but kids loved having the space!

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    Thanks to both posters above I've found a great holiday. I'm so keen I can taste it!!
    In the end I booked Flights with Virgin and accommodation with Broadway Travel. Virgin Flights are 7-9 hours from Manchester and prices at £430 each were not bad, most other flights are 12-15 hours.
    Accommodation was not cheap, but we've gone for moderate deluxe for 15 nights. Availability on site at Disney was very limited on expedia, tripadvisor, opodo etc. At least BW Travel show you only accommodation they can offer for your stay, much easier than some sites.

    Just need WDW tickets and car hire? Any thoughts?

    Thanks again,

    Nick

    car hire usually dollar are ok or alamo. Orlandoticketdeals are great for tickets. They send them within days and you get actual tickets not vouchers so you walk straight in to parks. Have fun!:)

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    Thanks to both posters above I've found a great holiday. I'm so keen I … Thanks to both posters above I've found a great holiday. I'm so keen I can taste it!!In the end I booked Flights with Virgin and accommodation with Broadway Travel. Virgin Flights are 7-9 hours from Manchester and prices at £430 each were not bad, most other flights are 12-15 hours.Accommodation was not cheap, but we've gone for moderate deluxe for 15 nights. Availability on site at Disney was very limited on expedia, tripadvisor, opodo etc. At least BW Travel show you only accommodation they can offer for your stay, much easier than some sites.Just need WDW tickets and car hire? Any thoughts?Thanks again,Nick


    I used Mercury Travel for one set of tickets (Orlando Flex Tickets) and Ticketmania for the Disney ones. The exchange rate meant that Ticketmania was great value, especially if you decide how many Disney ones you'll need. :thumbsup:

    We are going in January, can't wait!
    Cheapest car hire that we found was Dollar (which we've used before) but it worked out cheaper to book thro' Airline Network (UK site). Dollar and Alamo are at the airport so are more convenient.

    For tickets, look at Mousesavers.com or undercovertourist to compare ticket prices, it's also worthwhile checking out the forum on Tripadvisor, very helpful for tips, coupons etc!

    And we booked hotel using the Orlando Magicard rate (you download the card from the internet and phone hotel direct): a 2bed/2bath suite works out at £60 a night + tax....so cheap!!!!

    :santa::gift:
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