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?
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?
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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There are flights with Thomson from Manc to Sanford leaving over the next week or so for 11 / 14 nights for £251 return. Perfect to combine with this and get a cheap hotel / motel and car. I would post a deal but don't bother anymore since my last got taken down as self promotion!?!
Pay at the gate as you only have one or two days and prepare to pay top whack.
Going to FL in 2 weeks to stay at in-laws and planning on one day visit to Disney world primarily to see Mickey Mouse. Seems like a real cluster to work out best options for one or two days park only - anyone have advice on best course of action from experience? Be greatly received.
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That why you have to go to all of them! I agree that universal is best but all of them are amazing and bigger and better than anything we have in the UK. If you’re going to Florida and haven’t been before you really need to experience Disney and Universal (and Busch Gardens too if you have time). The Disney Water parks are also incredible (wasn’t much for wet n wild) and well worth a visit. Prices have gone up a lot since we last went in 2008 - back then we got the 3 week ultimate pass for £189! But then the dollar was $2 to £1 at the time so I guess that’s to be expected, given the current exchange rates & 10 years worth of inflation :(
already posted https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/floridatix-easter-sale-2918546
Adult £337 Child £316 @ FloridaEscapes using code SAVETEN 2 Adults & 2 Children £1306
2 Adults & 2 children Orlando Attractions: £1,336 FloridaTix: £1,356 Both deals already posted here.
2 adults 2 children holidaying on the 5th August.. and this doesn’t include Quidco cashback making it cheaper...
Have you shown your one year old Son Goofy or Pluto? Not sure that's Disney's fault if you haven't shown your child certain characters... lol. It's a Disney park, not just Frozen... although you will be getting that in a few years time. So for now just Let it go ;) Perk for me though, one less stroller in the park not getting in everybody's way.
good April 1st post
5 adults one child £276 per personhttps://www.tui.co.uk/destinations/packages?airports=MAN&units=000210:DESTINATION&when=11-04-2018&until=&flexibility=true&flexibleDays=3&noOfAdults=5&noOfChildren=1&childrenAge=17&duration=7114&searchRequestType=ins&searchType=search&sp=true&multiSelect=true&room=&isVilla=false Includes £5953 Total Discount £ 276 pp Total price £1651
Think you will find easter is the busiest time in Disney florida have a look on undercover tourist, touring plans , wdw expert etc ....
Don't go in August then which is the highest of high season, go in the Easter break instead.
Need to plan. Use fast passes wisely(onsite visitors have access before those staying offsite). Get in early at rope drop or stay later on an evening. Use busy day guides. And don’t expect to complete Magic Kingdom in a day...
I couldn't agree more. I have been going for years and it is so crowded now. Look at the attendance figures over the last 10 years and it's up 15%.
You can park at various places near a Disney hotel then catch the Disney bus in or you could do when I last went and it was $18 or you pay the $154, just need the pound to get stronger against the dollar.
The new Avatar is great, however you wont be getting fast passes at this short notice so it would be a 4 hr Que, also the Disney express doesn't run from Sanford hence the car hire I assume, it would be better without the car and the transfer included as once there you don't need a car anyway.
7 days I would probably only get a two day ticket (one park a day) and do MK and AK - avoid HS as you suggest would cost around £180 for tickets pp would not do Universal on the same trip. 7 days is tight, but its a cheap trip
I wouldn't recommend 7 days for a first time Orlando holiday as a family. It will be incredibly intense and you run the risk of not getting everything done. First evening : getting to the hotel + dinner First Day: Epcot Second day: Magic Kingdom (DO NOT do this park Sat, Sun, Mon, it will be unbelievably packed) Third Day: Animal Kingdom fourth day: Universal Studios fifth day: Islands of Adventure sixth day : Disney Studios or anything you want to do again (Disney Studios is a building site with not much to do at the moment) Disney hotels have a really excellent, flexible bus system that runs constantly. For the Disney parks you'll save $20 a day using the busses. Expect to pay another £450PP for tickets.
Do you have a link to this offer?
I saw a comment on the Guardian website this week that said "I see no reason that the UK should retain it's permanent seat on the UN security council after Brexit". Made me chuckle.
USE "BF10" to get £10 off on Black Friday too (from their front page)
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That's probably closer to the average selling price. The £420 is direct from Disney but the tour operators will sell for a little less usually.
So I’ve been watching ticket prices for a few year as been usa in 2012/2016 & again July 2018. Dec 15th Disney not only done 14 days at the price of 7 but also offered 25% off, this meant their 14 day £399 ticket went down £100!(2017 costs) Then ticket sites such as OAT ETC reduced their bundles costs. OAT are always cheapest but not ABTA Registered, pay but credit card & problem solved. At the moment they the lowest they have been for 2018, they are £576 (Disney/universal 14 day) use MSE5 to lower it to £571. If Disney do the 25% off it will possibly be new year but they are saying it’s not going to happen (I emailed them & a couple of other providers) however I think the base cost will go back up to the usual 2018 14 day price of £419 then less 25% so the Disney/universal combo will be approx £565 (on OAT) I’m hanging out til the new year to see what happens - good luck all! I’ll post again if I find a better deal x
15th Dec I m waiting to x
I go in April 2018 and looking for a good deal. Where did these tickets go on sale cheap last December time? Thankyou!
Same price at Florida Escapes
Im not voting either way as these are only OK for someone travelling before the end of 2017, but just for refference we bought our tickets on 28/12/16 for use this summer and it was £491 per adult and £467 per child for these same tickets. There has been a lot happen with the exchange rate and of course the yearly price rises, but the ticket price for 2018 seems a huge increase.
Iv ebeen to wdw about 7 times and these prices are increased to cover dining and no way is it worth the amount they state. Generally you pay the same for the room if one or 4 people are staying in it and that's why i would book the room seperate. I would suggest looking at the thomson website as they have some brilliant deals or book the flights and hotel seperate yourself. There is no advantage through booking the hotel with disney. I'd recommend to stay at pop century as it offers the best value for the cash. You can get a parcel of food delivered to your room via amazon. I usually get cereal and snacks as it will save you a fortune throughout your stay. You can get a refillable mug for $15 which allows unlimited soft drinks at any disney hotel but not the parks. I wouldn't worry about the weather as its either ridiculously hot or raining for most of the year. August will be very hot and start getting extremely humid in the latter half. April may is a good time to go as is November. As for the amount of time, i'd say 14 days if you can. Even then you wont get to see and do everything because there is so much. You can see the rest on future trips :)
We have just booked up go to The Caribbean Beach Resort next year. We got this dining plan for 2400 or so for five of us for next year... problem is there is work due to start may 2017, BUT they promise they will stop between 9am and 9pm.. so in my opinion I thought it was good because we don't plan to stay on resort all 14 days. Wake up have breakfast and go out for the day ha
Really struggling with when a good time to go is. can anyone advise please? Originally I was looking at Easter 2018, but this doesn't give the free dining plan. So now I'm thinking second half of August 2018 instead. There is 3 of us, 2 adults and a 13 year old. Has to be in school holidays and really we only have about £5000 to do this. It doesn't seem worth it if we go May half term as will only be for 9 nights, is that long enough? Is it too risky to go the end of August with hurricane season? Thanks for any help.
Better than cashback is to NOT book direct with Disney but via an agent /specialist who will cost it at the same price (possibly cheaper if you are doing flights too as they tend not to mark flights up so much) and get them to split their commission with you. Typically 5% is achievable so better than cashback and no chasing up. Also the value hotels don't have the dining plan free available but the moderates do but if you cost a value with the dining plan against the moderates that include it for free there's very little difference in price so a moderate may work out better value if you want the quick service included. Good value for a family in one room, with just two in a room not so much.
Thanks OP, the most expensive "Hot Deal" to date, hopefully wont regret it. Oh and Quidco tracked at 4% cashback - £180 will cover the deposit. Now in full saving mode to save to pay off the balance in May 2018 for holiday in July 2018 hopefully wont die from heat stroke. Any advice on booking flights, most likely will be BA?
That's a lot of parks to visit within the 2 week range. We've stuck to just the Disney parks this year and to be honest You need 2 days at each of the parks i.e. animal kingdom, magic kingdom before you feel you've seen enough for that holiday. Add on outlet shopping and you have 2 weeks already planned.
Great price for this, however if you want to save a few quid (or do more) in addition a few ideas... Discovery Cove includes 2 week pass for Seaworld and Busch Gardens (for a few quid more), so a visit to DC would probably only add £40 to the overall cost over getting the standard pass to SW, Busch and Aquatica. The Disney pass is an ultimate ticket, great if you're going to go there a lot, but if you're also buying other tickets to other places are chances are you're going to visit each park once (with possibly a return to your favourite). The ultimate ticket includes water parks, the photo thing, and park hopping. You can save a fair whack simply doing what we did which is buying a ticket on the gate (or saving a few bucks by buying in advance), we got a 6 day pass, no park hopping. We weren't going to hop parks anyway, and it gave us the chance to return to our favourite one (it's only a few quid more to add days once you get beyond 3). But generally this is a great price and no faffing (but when 10 are going, a bit of a saving is a fair whack), can't believe how much prices have risen, that's the exchange rate for you!
free parking is only at aquatica, busch gardens, and sea world.
Pretty much everything covered.
Heat from me! I've been trying to get prices for 2018, can't get it below £620. Good find Op
The US checks EVERYONE, as everyone is a suspect in their eyes. Although it appears they havent got the software to do it reliably yet. The Register
sometimes it can work out cheaper to get a 7/14 day ticket rather than 1/2/3 ones.
You can buy 1/2/3 day tickets either as single visit or with park hopping either from Disney US or the US attraction ticket sellers.
You do realize that if suspected of terrorism the UK can do exactly the same (as will China but with less transparency). If you feel your activities would make you a person of interest then of course it should influence your travel plans but most people won't have the concerns that you clearly do.
u could try these for tickets - https://www.floridatix.com/ http://www.attractiontix.co.uk/ good place for orlando info - https://www.thedibb.co.uk/
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Works fine on my other apple devices. Just search in Apple Store
Says no longer available when you try to download.
this the cheapest £273 http://www.americanattractions.co.uk/?gclid=CN-m-fDzltECFdU_GwodZGYCsg with code MSE6 enjoy free delivery and pay up till 4weeks before travel
If anyone is intending to go to Legoland too, Floridatix have the combined 14 day disney with Legoland for £301 for an adult ticket when you use the discount code BOXINGDAY5
Yes, I was already to buy the cheaper ones but we wanted to go to cirque du Soleil as well and these worked out as cheaper than buying things separately. saving about £20/30 on the cirque tickets.
I booked these last night. I had already paid a £10 deposit for Disney/Universal tickets at another company several weeks ago when they were saying they were about to raise prices due to Brexit and the weak Pound. Prices seem to have fallen since then as all the main providers seem to have better deals. Maybe they are worried visitors from the UK will be down. The Cirque tickets are not really free as Sarahjc88 points out but cheaper than booking separately.
It is a great deal and £40 a ticket cheaper than the tickets I bought 3wks ago, however I'm still waiting for them to be dispatched.. so if you want them soon might want to check when they have stock arriving
Seems like a great deal we're going in June for the first time is this the best deal out there.
We went in the summer 2016 staying at the Animal Kingdom Lodge hotel (great hotel). Book the fast tracks for the main attractions and visit the others in the evening when there are less people. If you go to Animal Kingdom park when the Jungle Book show is on you can walk onto Expedition Everest without a queue. We had 3 young kids so preferred Epcot to the other parks as there were less people and more kids rides. I was really impressed with Soarin and my daughter loved Test Track.
Very enlightening, thank you :D
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who needs 2 weeks to do Disney? we did it in a day, a few years ago, drove from Myrtle Beach the night before bought a 1 day hopper for Disney went to epcot for sorrin, mission space and test track and a few other bits, over to MGM for the stuff we like in there and finished the day at Magic Kingdom. The next day we did both universal and Island of adventure then drove to Atlanta for our flight home. It was when the US and UK schools had gone back and mid week so the parks were empty and we have been 8/9 times before so knew what we wanted to do we only really went to do the harry potter ride as it was new since our previous visit but an awesome 2 days in Florida. but I think it was about $125 per person per day not the cheapest way to do Disney or universal but well worth it. But first as timers many years ago we did a 2 centre holiday a week in Kissimmee and a week in Fort Lauderdale 2 days in MK, 2 in Epcot, 1 on MGM and one in universal studios and a day at the space centre and job done, we also did seaworld. We only did an extra day in MK as we went on 4th July and it was a little busy we came back from ft Lauderdale 2 days early and did half days in epcot and MK that was when you bought a 7 day hopper pass with or without water parks I think they did a 5 day option too or single days non of this 7/14 day passes which seem about the same prices as the passes we bought back then anyway you would never do 14 days in Disney but it sounds good value. They just want you paying the $20 parking and buying the food and drinks in the parks that's where they make their money from these passes. I believe the multiday unlimited entry passes are a UK targeted market as well. never really saved much buying in advanced in the UK over buying at the gate in the US only once when travelcity had an offer of universal passes and Disney passes for something like £350 per person 14 days unlimited any park but they never did that again and it was in the times before they went in to administration an bought by Virgin.
dont forget QUIDCO
Sorry for delay. Yes I rang to book mine, but she assured me it would lock in the prices.The official Disney site is running a similar discount also.
Is there any offers on for Disney California?
Thank you OP I've bought mine with MSE discount too! Very happy as I've been waiting for these to drop missed out two weeks ago! They honoured MSE discount even though I hadn't entered it correctly excellent customer service!
Thank you Ski
I spoke to Orlando Attractions and they said it would be until March next year but it is a chance you take. I also spoke to American Attractions and they will give you a quote that lasts for 7 days if that helps?
yes you will have to buy tickets but you get what they call extra hours where disney hotel guests get extra access to certain parks, on certain days (no general public allowed) on extra hours
1. Note you have to book by the 7th for free breakfast. 2. I don't know too much about the Sports Resort so here goes. As it's a Walt Disney Resort do you still have to pay to enter Disneyland?
flipping baragin and perfect as we have no kids :) nice find OP!
ah :( shame....
im sure thats what the EU think of the British when we come to stay. (well for now...)
Thank you OP, just booked, looks like camping in Skye will have to wait. :)
I have a feeling with your narrow minded and stereotypical views you may actually like it there. Maybe not Florida mind you, try Texas.
How do you order through the US site? We don't really want the dining, so would this work out best or do we have to wait for their offers?
I wouldn't know about getting Universal cheap, I would probably scout this site and their website from 6 months before leaving, you could call them and ask about any annual offers they may have. You may even find better deals within the US such as 2 for 1 entry etc, so check ebay for people selling their canceled holiday tickets or coupons but be sure they are genuine first with good feedback. You can try travel agents, sometimes they have deals but know the door prices to not be ripped off. Also order a free brochure to wet your appetite while you wait lol https://www.universalorlando.co.uk/Brochure-Order.aspx
You are correct. It is not a use or lose program. All of your food vouchers are credited to you on arrival. How you choose to use them over the course of your stay is upto you. If you choose not to eat one day or only have one meal. the vouchers you don't use will not be lost and will carry on for the rest of your stay. Some (fancier) restaurants require more vouchers for one waiter service so you may go away to Universal (or not eat as much) and then have unused vouchers you can use to eat at a fancy restaurant instead or get more snacks and self service meals. eg. You get 2 self service meals and 2 snacks a day that come with your choice of hotel, they can be used for self service breakfast, lunch or dinner. You may decide to get a snack for breakfast, have a snack for lunch and use your 2 self service vouchers for 1 table service meal or get Self service breakfast couple of snacks in the day and self service main meal later on. 2 self service meals X 14 days = 28 meals over the course of 2 weeks. Chances are the last day and first day of arrival you will already be up vouchers due to not needing breakfast or dinner when you arrive and leave. If you used Self Service 28 times on your first day and ate 28 snacks you're screwed and so is anyone else who gets on a ride with you that day. :D
I also refuse to share a room for two weeks with the little devils, would drive us and them mad. Thankfully was able to stretch to a 1 bed Villa at Key West in August 17 that will mean they can sleep in the bedroom and we can take the sofa bed. Already ticking off the days :)
No, you're right about universal tickets for 2017. Am I right in thinking on the days we do universal we could have free breakfast & dinner at hotel (New Orleans Port) ? Do you believe there would be a cheaper way to do this if we include universal?
Sorry what a complete donut. I thought this was the same game as Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion. My bad!
This isn't Castle of Illusion!
Nothing like Castle Of Illusion, and there's no game 'cut out'. Are you sure you mean this one? X)
Cut half the game out?
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