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Disney World Florida Cinderella Castle Virtual Fireworks
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Posted 26th AprPosted 26th Apr
Disney World Florida Cinderella Castle Virtual Fireworks
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Came across this while browsing, thought it may help for a short distraction. Watch as the Cinderella Castle is transformed into favourite characters and stories. Lasts about 18 mi… Read more

The link in the deal goes to an unofficial recording (albeit good) - but it doesn't zoom in to all the animation details projected on the castle. If you search for "Happily Ever After fireworks" and choose the video from the "Disney Park" channel, that is the official one, that has better audio and also zoomed in to see the animations at various times. However, its not in 4K as the video linked in the deal button.


Not with American Attractions who I bought them from, if I wanted 2021 tickets, I would have needed to return them and pay £300 extra. Anyway, not risking booking for next year and any travel insurance will exclude covid related claims.


If your tickets were the UK Ultimate ones Disney have auto extended the usage date till Sept 2021 (same price)


Sorry can just imagine how frustrating hoping you can get there soon 🤞



Disney World Virtual Rides and Tour
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Posted 12th AprPosted 12th Apr
Disney World Virtual Rides and Tour
Disney World is closed but you can do a virtual trip with ride experiences, park parades

We would have been there this week (and next) :(


Thanks for letting me know, yes a little disappointing I thought it was going to be a lot of the rides!


Gutted for you. Before I was too unwell to travel, we used to go beginning of May. Low crowds and excellent weather (very hot, but tolerable and if it rains, it's a heavy downpour for an hour, then everywhere is dry 10mins later). Even got married at Clearwater Beach in May when exchange rate was $2/£1.


Yeah, guests who stay on site can book really far in advance. We stayed in a villa and could only book 30 days in advance. By that time the slots on the major rides were all gone. Didn't even entertain a Disney restaurant as couldn't get booked. That said, I loved Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom but didnt get on a couple of the rides at the latter as wasn't prepared to spend four hours in a queue.


Sadly it's all in the planning now. Everyone has fast passes that can be booked 90 days before you travel. Best don't as all the best slots get booked months in advance, same with restaurants.

14 Day 2020 Walt Disney World Adult Tickets
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Posted 26th Dec 2019Posted 26th Dec 2019
14 Day 2020 Walt Disney World Adult Tickets
Boxing Day deal for 14 Day Walt Disney 2020 Walt Disney World Adult Tickets. £385 for emailed voucher ticket or £387 for posted ticket
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Code is expired, but this one works for 5% off HIKLOOKUK5


Anyone know I'd there's a 'best time' to go in terms of weather and more importantly, less people? My little ones not in school yet so was thinking of taking her there before we are forced to go during school holidays!


£369 on Klook with code UKBOXING10, plus 8% Quidco or 3% TCB


Still active....and still cheaper than anywhere else.


Not sure why this is cold? It’s the cheapest I can find for these tickets at the moment. Where are they cheaper?

LEGO Walt Disney World Castle Set 71040 £249.99 @ Disney - ShopDisney
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LEGO Walt Disney World Castle Set 71040 £249.99 @ Disney - ShopDisney
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Bring the magic of Disney into your home with our beautiful castle set! The intricately detailed design is a replica of the iconic Cinderella castle at Walt Disney World Resort, an… Read more




Mine shows £299??


It definitely sucked on Christmas eve when I had no surprise gift for my wife (had to make do with gift vouchers). Disney refunded my money without even looking into it, almost like they didn't care/weren't surprised. They certainly weren't interested in trying to make up for the fact that it ruined a Christmas surprise for someone who is a life long fan of all things Disney and has had her heart set on that set since it was released. The best they managed to come up with was a discount code for free delivery off my next Disney Store order! (lol). They simply couldn't understand/didn't care that I won't ever be buying from them again. As for Hermes, I've always had a decent service from them, until now. But I'm putting it down to the christmas rush and a greedy fecker (opportunist) at the depot who spotted a large expensive looking box with a Lego logo on the side and found a way to make it vanish. And because I'm a customer of Disney's and not Hermes, I have no comeback against them. Oh well, guess I'll have to buy it from Lego direct at full RRP :(


Aaahhh that's where I'm going wrong! :o Why didn't I think of that? (confused)

LEGO Walt Disney World Castle Set 71040 at Shop Disney £249.99
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Posted 29th Nov 2019Posted 29th Nov 2019
LEGO Walt Disney World Castle Set 71040 at Shop Disney £249.99
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LEGO Walt Disney World Castle Set 71040



Well hmm that is unfortunate mine got delivered at the expected time but I did order mine super early in the morning like 6am. All couriers are having a nightmare at the minute due to increased residential delivery volume


I’ve had exactly the same issue regarding non delivery. Currently awaiting a manager call back. As I’ve done all the chasing so far I don’t hold out much hope of getting that call.


Not sure if the gingerbread house is the £80 one, as they've stated "mini" gingerbread house. Just to factor in when weighing up your purchase :).


Spoke to somebody at Hermes, they defo dont have the parcel. Spoke with a guy at Disney, he apologised profusally but explains there was a problem with the order and that it needed repalcing / refunding. On requesting it be replaced he advised they had no stock so sadly I had to have my money back. Personally think they took more orders than there stock could accomodate. Going to order from the lego shop who I belive do a 3.0.3% cashback which on this product works out at a good £30, and you get a free lego Gingerbread house worth £80. That'll do.

Disney World 14 Day Ultimate Ticket - £375 Adults, £360 Child @ Picniq Tickets
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Posted 3rd Jul 2019Posted 3rd Jul 2019
Disney World 14 Day Ultimate Ticket - £375 Adults, £360 Child @ Picniq Tickets
Cheapest currently available 14 Day Ultimate ticket for 2019 I believe. Details from the website: Your ticket includes: Your 7, 14 or 21 day ultimate ticket is valid for entry t… Read more

Tickets now £393 at orlandoattractiontickets.co.uk with the code as £399 is their standard price. Which I think makes the cheapest Disney themselves at £385, if you don’t want to go to will call? Edit: bought my tickets directly from Disney on the basis of the above comment, these are actually listed as will call e-tickets as well, but can be linked to Magicbands - as presumably can any ticket in that case. Could have saved £20! Also so everyone understands: OP is a better deal if you have Magicbands and are willing to pay up front - you should not have to print anything if associated via the MDE app. The above comment only seems to have relevance if you don’t have Magicbands or don’t wish to do this - I found it a bit misleading. Although I also don’t get why Disney make it hard and require you manually to link tickets and room reservations bought while logged into the site to your profile on the same site...


Very good price, but just so everyone understands, these are e-tickets which you have to print, not Gate ready tickets that are delivered to you and can be used straight away. Also you have to pay all upfront whereas some ticket sellers let you pay a deposit with the balance later, which may be helpful to a lot of people. If you require a deposit option and gate ready tickets, orlandoattractiontickets.co.uk are the cheapest. If you use the code deewol6, adults are £378 and children £359, the tickets also come with a host of freebies.


Remember to link your tickets to a Disney account to activate Memory Maker and Fastpass will in advance. Memory Maker gives you free ride photos (you tap your ticket or magic band against a glowing orb outside the ride and it sends the photo to your account where it's downloadable for a couple of months). Fastpass for rides opens 30days in advance and fills up very fast for the big rides.


I've never had a problem with them. Had a couple of cashbacks not track, put in a claim and they got sorted out no bother. In fact the Disney world ticket cashback should have been about £44, as it was 2% for tickets, but I got the 3% which was listed for hotel bookings.


TCB getting as reliable as Quidco these days with purchases worth anything (mad)

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20% off Various Tickets e.g Disneyland Paris 1-Day Ticket £36.80 / Planet Hollywood Paris:Meal + Drink Voucher for Kids £9.02 @ GetYourGuide
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20% off Various Tickets e.g Disneyland Paris 1-Day Ticket £36.80 / Planet Hollywood Paris:Meal + Drink Voucher for Kids £9.02 @ GetYourGuide
Evening folks, some damn good discounts on various Theme parks & attractions, loads to choose from and literally all over the world (y) Discount applies at basket! Hit get … Read more



This code is still working for me on the website, saving me £80! (y)


Just saved £100 on 4 adult 3 day tickets. Fantastic!


It wasn't, it was the food vouchers included with purchases on attraction tix.


No booking experience but seems legit. German /Swedish company. Trustpilot bad reviews are putting me off. Thanks great insight and experience shared by members. (highfive)

Free Dining at Disney World on Selected Bookings in 2020
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Posted 31st May 2019Posted 31st May 2019
Free Dining at Disney World on Selected Bookings in 2020
Disney can be a very expensive place especially when it comes to eating at the resort. For 2020 they have an offer which is basically fully Board for free.

Cant see the deal link takes you to a list of other things???

Walt Disney World Florida - 14-Day Ultimate Ticket £336.05 Adult / £312.65 Kids with code @ Expedia
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Posted 25th May 2019Posted 25th May 2019
Walt Disney World Florida - 14-Day Ultimate Ticket £336.05 Adult / £312.65 Kids with code @ Expedia
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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 perso… Read more

Anyone else getting this problem on Expedia?


So, best price for disney/universal combined ticket?? Only got a couple of weeks at most to find a deal.


I should be so lucky: once every 10 years more like..


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.


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

Free Walt Disney World Resort transfer from Orlando International
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Free Walt Disney World Resort transfer from Orlando International
FREE£50Disney Deals
Hopefully this will save some members money - don’t pay your travel agent! I’ve seen some travel companies charging £50/£75 for airport transfers to Walt Disney World resorts. W… Read more

Booked our's last time this was posted about a week ago,won't get an e-mail of conformation until 2/3 weeks before we go in September (flirt)


Just got back from doing exactly that. Pay for the tolls on the way down to the Disney area and its way easier and stress free. Return from Sanford was not so great. we had a 17:00 ish flight all the stores were closing and check in took nearly 2 hours as they only had 2 desks open. Also $3.25 for a bottle of water!!!


Make that $25 a day!!!! I was not happy about that 2 weeks at Disney and then you have to add on $250 ish if you go to the Disney and Universal parks every day!!!


Been in October also. Halloween night in the small town called Celebration is fantastic. The huge American houses all get done up Halloween style and we took kids trick or treating.


Yes, a number of times and it's great. You get through security very quickly and car hire just across the road. Plenty of local petrol stations on the way back to top up your fuel before returning the rental car.

Walt Disney World Florida: free dining in 2020 + $200 gift card for + 14 day ticket for price of 7 days
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Walt Disney World Florida: free dining in 2020 + $200 gift card for + 14 day ticket for price of 7 days
Free Dining in 2020. FREE Dining + $200 Gift Card + Disney's 14 for 7 Ticket -For arrivals 1st January 2020 to 3rd October 2020 for onsite packages of deluxe hotels or higher. As… Read more
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Of course but you got a very good deal and a no brainer to stay at a Disney hotel especially on a dining plan.


It completely depends where you eat. Character meals in the parks were $150+ every time. A round of ice creams at Disney is upwards of $20. All our food and drink was on property, which suited us, but there’s no way I could afford, or would be inclined to pay those prices out of pocket every day.


I always get my tickets from floridatix.com, they tend to be the cheapest and have a great range of combo offers for you to look at. It's an expensive holiday whichever way you cut it, but you can make smarter choices to cut some unnecessary spending... - Taking a packed lunch into the parks is a biggy, for a lunch for me and my wife it was ~$40 a day and then the same again for tea/dinner so there's ~$80 -$150 dollar a day savings to be had there. - Don't stay on Disney property...there are advantages of staying on property (you get 60 day fast-pass rather than the 30 for everyone else) but if you want a car you're looking at $25 a day parking. Get a villa, you get 10x more space, it'll be cheaper and you'll have your own pool! All this being said, some of these things can be part of the experience. Just one final note about Flights of Passage... unless you're staying on property you'll find it almost impossible to get a FP for it (unless you sit there refreshing the app over and over and over and you might find one!!). Get there early, ~30 - 45 mins before the park opens and get in line. We queued for 90 mins and honestly it was worth every second, DO NOT miss a chance to go on it!


I paid £8900 at Easter for 2A and 1C to stay in Animal Kingdom Lodge on the dining plan inc flights and transfers. That's silly money I know, but it was a treat and something I wanted my daughter to experience. We think it was worth the extra for the benefits you get and the overall experience, plus the included transport to the parks was superb. We pre booked some fantastic meals and got every single ride fast passed. It was stressful planning it as it was our first time, so weren't familiar with the restaurants, but over the 14 days we only had one poor meal. To get on the likes of Avatar and the new Star Wars rides, you will only get them 60 days advance (Disney hotel guests) as I'm sure you'll find at 30 days there will be none left. I highly recommend AKL, restaurants were spot on, rooms good, customer service excellent, fantastic pool and jacuzzis open until 11pm. The only gripe, we went with Tui and their customer service over here is appalling and their knowledge was comical. They told us to book restaurants 60 days in advance when you could actually book them much sooner. We hardly spent any $$ as we gave the gift card to our daughter to spend on the overpriced merchandise. If anyone is thinking about going and debating this offer, I think if meticulously planned, you can get the most value out of your money and the rest of the holiday is relatively free and very magical. PS. If you are booking using a UK travel agent, remember to use Quidco or Topcashback. I did and was paid £220 back.


Good deal but this link to this website is not secure, I would advise to stay away from such sites and never put in credit card details.

Walt Disney World Resort 14 Day Ultimate - 2019 at Orlando Ticket Attractions £368.64
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Walt Disney World Resort 14 Day Ultimate - 2019 at Orlando Ticket Attractions £368.64

I do the same but no parks during the day just go after 5-6 pm


Easter code now Finished Code SMILE10 saves £10 so £374


Do you know how much we paid for an all day ticket for all 4 of us in 1985? £20 i think it was for all of us or £20 each not sure but it was £20 i remember my auld man complaining lol Steep price rise eh!


That's the advantage of the multi-day ticket. You can go FIRST thing to the parks and hit the rides you really want to go on first when the queues are tiny, or none at all. Then just leave the park when it gets too busy and do something else - and repeat each morning. We flew with TUI in 2017 and booked our Universal 14-day passes as an extra when we bought the flights as they were cheaper than everyone else.


Sh*t i thought that was for the holiday lol I am behind the times - just for tickets for the attractions wow! Having been there in the 80's it blew my mind so it must be amazing now. I think it cost my folks £4000 in 1985 for 4 people staying in the Polynesian village for a week! Without even being there I can tell you it will be an expensive wonderful experience you will never forget or your kids! The problem is you will just not have enough time to see it all even if you have a week to do it and live in the village itself and the queues back then were mega to get on things like Thunder Mountain and Space Mountain (if they are still there) - we are talking an hour wait on some queues it did my folks legs right in so if yer fat and unfit not a good idea hours standing in the raging USA sunshine! (popcorn)

Walt Disney World Resort 14 Day Ultimate Adult £374 @ Orlando Attraction Tickets
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Walt Disney World Resort 14 Day Ultimate Adult £374 @ Orlando Attraction Tickets
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And already posted


Currently the normal discounted price at most retailers

Walt Disney World Resort 14 Day Ultimate Adult £374 Child £354 @ Orlando Attraction Tickets
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Walt Disney World Resort 14 Day Ultimate Adult £374 Child £354 @ Orlando Attraction Tickets
Use Code SMILE10 to save £10 on Walt Disney WorldResort 14 Day Ultimate Tickets loads of freebies included and other Company's will Price match this deal This 14 Day Disney ticket… Read more

It will be announced this month. I am guessing the allocation will be much lower this year due to Star Wars so get it quick if you want it.


anybody know if they are doing the free Disney dining deals for next year yet ?

Walt Disney World Florida  - 14-Day Ultimate Ticket + Disney Fastpass+ from £375 Adult / £355 Kids (more options in the sale) at Floridatix
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Walt Disney World Florida - 14-Day Ultimate Ticket + Disney Fastpass+ from £375 Adult / £355 Kids (more options in the sale) at Floridatix
£355£3755%Florida Tix Deals
*Updated 28th March, some prices have dropped further as part of a weekend Flash sale* Floridatix are having a sale and have several ticket options reduced until midnight Monday. … Read more
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If you booked last year for this year yes, for next year will be realised on the 25th April to book it for 2020


Do you know if free Disney dining was available this year? It seems to have been scarce and I was wondering if they had pulled it? Thanks.


I'm another fan of Seaworld. Yes the Killer whale story is not good, though the park has done a lot of good through conservation. Just look at their Manatee program! I think it's a great park to continue supporting.


Highly agree getting a tailor made plan done by paying if you haven't been before. When I went for the first time 8 years ago, I paid for the Brit Guide plan from this book which I highly recommend. You spend so much money on a Orlando holiday, I'd have been lost without it and wasted time in theme parks on busy days, easily avoided. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Brit-Guide-Orlando-2019-Guides/dp/0572047487/ref=sr_1_1?crid=20CUHV4LGTE8A&keywords=brit+guide+to+orlando+2019&qid=1554224328&s=gateway&sprefix=brit+gui,aps,134&sr=8-1


People's views on SeaWorld are extremely one sided. Yes historically they have taken animals from the wild for peoples entertainment, but that's a thing of the past. The amount of time and money they spend on charitable things (animal rescue, conservation etc.) is huge. Boycotting them these days does more harm than good. Reducing their profits, in turn reduces the amount of money they will spend on good causes.

Walt Disney World Florida tickets are the cheapest direct from Disney - 14 day adult ticket + free magic Bands - £375
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Walt Disney World Florida tickets are the cheapest direct from Disney - 14 day adult ticket + free magic Bands - £375
The cheapest way to get Walt Disney World Florida tickets are direct from Disney. If you book before 1st April you get Toy Story Magic bands free. Seems prices will increase after … Read more
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I've just ordered an Amex card (can't remember which one) that has an introductory offer of 5% cashback for the first 3 months. So going to use that to buy our tickets, 6 of, total cost is about £2200. I got £5 TCB for the Amex card, £100 cashback on the Amex, then £40 (2%) TCB for the tickets. Not a lot in the grand scheme of things, but every little helps to sweeten the blow of paying for Disney tickets! £145 all in.


Thanks for this - have just purchased four tickets for our trip later in the year. For those wondering about doing the same, this best price deal runs out on the 4th February, not the 1st April which is just the Toy Story magic band offer. TopCashBack currently 2.02% and Quidco £15 for ticket sales only.


Ayup Usually around Easter they announce free dining which is added on for free. So the quote you have now will be that with free dining added, depending on your Resort depends what dining plan you are allocated for free; you can pay to upgrade to a better dining plan; for example we stopped at Caribbean beach resort last year, which we got a Quick Service plan, which consists of: 2 snacks - 6$ or under (cake sweets drinks etc) 2 quick service meals - basically any meal under 16$, so you get like a meal drink and a dessert in some places. How ever we upgraded to table service which entitles you to a sit down meal for free, so like at a top end restaurant in town. Our bills for 2A2c come to around 180 or so, which is included in the plan so only had to pay tips at the end, so wasn’t at all bad, plus with Table service dining you can dine with characters, therefore you don’t need waste time in parks queuing to see them; you can take pictures and what not whilst eating,


Whats the deal with the free dining options. I was going to book soon but will hold off if this is correct, can yu you let me know more please?


I bought mine with hotel and the tickets starting from the date I booked for them and the hotel, maybe it’s different when you buy hut tickets but not sure

Disney World 14 day passes at the price of 7 plus free Toy Story Magic Bands from £375 @ Disney World
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Disney World 14 day passes at the price of 7 plus free Toy Story Magic Bands from £375 @ Disney World
14 and 21 day passes to Walt Disney World, Florida are now reduced by Disney themselves, plus you get free exclusive Toy Story magic bands, which are $25 each. 14 day passes are £3… Read more
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You called it right. Adult price is now £395 and child price is £375.


These aren't actual tickets, they're 'will call' vouchers you pick up when you get there. However you can just link them to your My Disney Experience account to get your Fastpass booking in advance.


Great price going next September and it's the cheapest I've seen it... I paid 379 for the same ticket last year. As people have said before it's better to have the actual ticket upfront so you can book your fast pass 30 or 60 days in advance because if you want to skip the queues for rides in the new toy story land or avatar advanced fast pass is the best way otherwise you'll be in a 3 hour queue.


Thought DAS was only available for disabled visitors?


Just a cheap local hotel, there are some amazing bargains to be found using the Priceline website with the Hotel Canary hack - read about it here: https://blog.touringplans.com/2018/10/23/using-hotel-canary-to-book-priceline-express/

LEGO Walt Disney World Castle was £300 now £239.99 @ ShopDisney
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LEGO Walt Disney World Castle was £300 now £239.99 @ ShopDisney
Lego Walt Disney world castle, this set has been out for a while but never had any big discounts, and still £300 at lego site so now seems the perfect time to buy with £60 off!

maybe they're drip feeding the stock....


Them minifueges are so cute


I got one too! Just have to keep checking the website :D


yep that is about it lol


So it was in stock out of stock back in stock (low stock) Nowout of stock....

Disney Mickey and Friends Christmas Romance Duvet Set £13.49 amazon sold by Kids Shopping.
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Disney Mickey and Friends Christmas Romance Duvet Set £13.49 amazon sold by Kids Shopping.
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After £7 eBay offer has ran out of stock they’ve all gone up to £18-20. This is a good deal from Amazon Prime £13.49 delivered. Fans of Mickey and Minnie will love this charming f… Read more

Haha! I didn’t make up the name of the product (lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) (lol)


"Mickey and Friends Christmas romance" Is that the swinging episode that got banned?

Walt Disney World 14 Days for the price of 7 Ultimate Ticket - Children £351 / Adults £363.03 @ 365Tickets
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Walt Disney World 14 Days for the price of 7 Ultimate Ticket - Children £351 / Adults £363.03 @ 365Tickets
14 days for the price of 7 is back again, E-Ticket prices are a couple of quid better than the hard tickets, but both prices seem decent. Amazing place to go visit if you have the … Read more

It’s not as bad as that as fuel is 0.55p a litre and fuel consumption is better than 10-15mpg combined. Remember they run lower octane too but I get your point. I don’t think it’s as cut throat as the other poster thinks. I always wanted to live over there as it’s a better life or so I thought. I prefer to stay in the UK but enjoy a US holiday.


I'd actually argue petrol is more, obviously it's not, but it's roughly half the price of the UK but their cars are about 15-20mpg (Unless you have a prius) so as a cost per mile I think we have a better deal....


Yes it is but electronics & petrol are cheaper and no TV license to pay so must be cheaper place to live! The guy needs to do a full breakdown of the costs.


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