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Orlando -14 nights including flight & hotel- 2 Adults + 2 Children -3rd May from Manchester - £366.00 per person using code BOOKIT @ Thomas Cook
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Use code BOOKIT to take £200 off the price below to get price above!
rooney1022 h, 36 m ago

You do know that there is no Disneyland in Orlando don't you ?Also I am …You do know that there is no Disneyland in Orlando don't you ?Also I am assuming you have never been to Florida if you think all there is to do there is Disney. We spent 4 weeks there on our last trip and only 11 of those days were spent at Disney parks and we filled most days of our holiday.


LOL.

You managed to spot a typo but completely missed the point of the entire comment.

For clarity, I have been to Florida numerous times and know exactly what else there is to do beyond Disney and Universal
Thanks for posting.
If anyone knows of any park ticket deals that are on at present could you drop me a message. We’re there in May but holding out for park ticket deal... if they come about!! Cheers.
Good deal as flights on their own can be more expensive.
Not it a fan of Thomas Cook flights, they’re rather basic but they get you there
don’t see why you have to buy drinks, even water, on a 9+ hour flight?
but they do fly into Orlando which is a bonus if that’s what you need/want/prefer, personality prefer Sanford as it’s smaller and easier (99% of the time like
It's Disneyworld not Disneyland
AdamBrunt1 h, 25 m ago

Cos ... Disneyland is the only thing to do in Orlando/Florida.Admittedly …Cos ... Disneyland is the only thing to do in Orlando/Florida.Admittedly it is what a lot of people go for but the cost of it is totally irrelevant as to whether this is a deal or not.



You do know that there is no Disneyland in Orlando don't you ?

Also I am assuming you have never been to Florida if you think all there is to do there is Disney.
We spent 4 weeks there on our last trip and only 11 of those days were spent at Disney parks and we filled most days of our holiday.
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Seaworld/Aquarica Orlando Buy One Get One Free Entry
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Although not suitable for most people but came across this buy one get one free for entry to SeaWorld and/or Aquatica Orlando. The offer expires Monday 27th November. Also buy one… Read more
Credit for not capturing animals anymore and no longer breeding them in captivity. Should they just close down before your happy? Are they not listening? Give them chance to change their business model.
Broadsword28th Nov

To be fair they are not doing that anymore are they? So give them some …To be fair they are not doing that anymore are they? So give them some credit.

Credit for what? They still hold whales captive and make them perform tricks for food. They only change their practices when public pressure gets to much and their stock price drops.
nickkelly16 h, 30 m ago

That's kind of besides the point. Making money from slavery is not cool, …That's kind of besides the point. Making money from slavery is not cool, which is essentially what they are doing, taking these animals out of the wild, or breeding them and putting them in tiny goldfish bowls when their natural range is hundreds or sometimes thousands of miles. Making them perform circus tricks so as not to go hungry amongst other inhumane and cruel practices.


To be fair they are not doing that anymore are they? So give them some credit.
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Turret22 h, 0 m ago

Seaworld? Cold.


Should be pretty warm over there...
Broadsword2 h, 30 m ago

To be fair to seaworld they have listened, no more whales born in …To be fair to seaworld they have listened, no more whales born in captivity so they are in the process of change. They are a business and deserve a chance to put it right.


That's kind of besides the point. Making money from slavery is not cool, which is essentially what they are doing, taking these animals out of the wild, or breeding them and putting them in tiny goldfish bowls when their natural range is hundreds or sometimes thousands of miles. Making them perform circus tricks so as not to go hungry amongst other inhumane and cruel practices.
Black Friday - Cheap Orlando theme park tickets with freebies
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Orlando Attraction Tickets - Black friday offers on theme park tickets for Orlando - Disney, Universal, SeaWorld etc. Lots of different freebies being offered through out the day. … Read more
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Cheers just booked. Not gonna get much cheaper than that for 2018. I got the outta control dinner show free
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HOME Orlando Bistro Table & 4 Chairs - White £89.99 @ Argos
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If you spend more than £150, then you can use FURN25 to get 25% discount. Table: Size H75, L110, W70cm. MDF table. Solid Rubberwood legs. Chairs: 4 chairs. Size of each … Read more
As is anyone would pay £339!?!?!!!
Another hilarious 'was' price from Argos; are people really so stupid?
actually looks ok for the price.nice find have some heat
Orlando Disney World and Universal combo ticket with extras - £545 per adult @ Orlando Attraction Tickets
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A bargain with equivalent combos going for at least £580 on other sites. Access to 9 parks including Disney memory maker, queue jump app and extra discounts. Enter code MSE5 at… Read more
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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
rickgreen198711th Nov

I go in April 2018 and looking for a good deal. Where did these tickets go …I go in April 2018 and looking for a good deal. Where did these tickets go on sale cheap last December time? Thankyou!


15th Dec I m waiting to x
Themadcow3rd Nov

That's what I'm waiting for as well. Looking at the £400 14 day Disney …That's what I'm waiting for as well. Looking at the £400 14 day Disney tickets for 2018, the 2017 ones went down to around £280 around Xmas 2016.Might not happen, but as we're off to Florida in April it's worth waiting a month or two.


I go in April 2018 and looking for a good deal. Where did these tickets go on sale cheap last December time?

Thankyou!
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.
Villas in Orlando – 8-Bedroom Villa Stays, Save 20% @ Travelzoo
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Accommodations in a select offering of eight-bedroom villas, sleeps 15-18 Save 20% on basic rental rate Rates are $360 per night Stays available Nov. 1-June 7 There is a 7-ni… Read more
Reunion homes are truly amazing. Will try for there again next year.
srp11126th Sep

look on owners direct for florida villa, miles cheaper than this, I pay …look on owners direct for florida villa, miles cheaper than this, I pay around £600 for 2 weeks for a 6 bed villa with pool



Show example? I can't find anything decent for less than 1k for 1 week let alone 2 weeks.
srp1112 h, 25 m ago

look on owners direct for florida villa, miles cheaper than this, I pay …look on owners direct for florida villa, miles cheaper than this, I pay around £600 for 2 weeks for a 6 bed villa with pool


Agreed
look on owners direct for florida villa, miles cheaper than this, I pay around £600 for 2 weeks for a 6 bed villa with pool
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Return flight Orlando on Thomson Dreamliner 30th Sept -11 nights. - £304
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Pretty good price if you fancy hitting theme parks or gulf coast beaches for a week and a bit. Just hope Maria stays out at sea! I am heading out 27th and got a sub-£300 price retu… Read more
Destard20th Sep

Not sure I understand the relevance.Wouldn't the leg room be poor …Not sure I understand the relevance.Wouldn't the leg room be poor regardless of aircraft model, given that this is a budget flight?

Leg room is rather generous in economy on the Thomson Dreamliners. Thomson would be my economy choice for flights to Orlando purely for the comfort of the Dreamliner.
I just really like planes and was looking forward to going on a dreamliner
you_gotta_be_kidding1 h, 7 m ago

Don't bank on it being a dreamliner, we flew with Thomson last year and …Don't bank on it being a dreamliner, we flew with Thomson last year and both ways it said dreamliner yet for both flights we had a 747...Going with Virgin this time


Not sure I understand the relevance.
Wouldn't the leg room be poor regardless of aircraft model, given that this is a budget flight?
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Don't bank on it being a dreamliner, we flew with Thomson last year and both ways it said dreamliner yet for both flights we had a 747...

Going with Virgin this time
This shouldn't be cold , maybe a little windy
Orlando Holiday 7 Nights (Total £1783.92) from Thomas (using code - full date info in description)
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If you can take the kids out of school this is a great price for a little November heat! Staying at the Coco Key Hotel that also has its own water park, its on International drive … Read more
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davewest12314 h, 1 m ago

No it isn't i have just done the same search again and its there! [Image]


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The volcano drop slides are awesome. Get there early and also look in the lazy river as you will find lost tapu tapu bands and you can use them to double/triple dip as long as you have a pocket. They won't let you on the ride if they see more than one.
Is Volcano Bay Open Year-Round?

Yes. You can experience it during the hot summer months and the cool winter days. Virtually all of the pools and Orlando water parks are heated during cooler times. Occasionally, the Orlando water parks close because of exceptionally cold days in the winter months, but they are few and far between.
October is the best month, never ever ever ever go in November, we made that mistake once, we've been to Orlando nine times and the November holiday was horrendous, because of local school holidays and thanks giving parades etc the parks are far too busy. On one of the days we qued for three hours for one ride then left, the only fastpasses we could get were for after 6pm.
Universal doesn't close its water park (other than for refurbs) but they WILL close on colder days
Orlando/Disney Tickets from £199.94pp @ Ebookers
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Lots of people asking about park tickets to Orlando and Universal and I've been looking at options for this year and my have discovered a small glitch. The savings aren't huge but … Read more
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0scar22222 m ago

Lots like Orlando holidays and seem to go back , just obviously not your …Lots like Orlando holidays and seem to go back , just obviously not your thing Done beach holidays in past but find bored after hour or so on beach and if weather crap what do you do? Give me Orlando over boring beach holiday anytimePersonally I prefer Universal and Buch gardens to Disney parks

Exactly life would be boring if we all liked the same things in life.
Trevisparky29th Jul

We did mix it but just wasn't for us.


Lots like Orlando holidays and seem to go back , just obviously not your thing
Done beach holidays in past but find bored after hour or so on beach and if weather crap
what do you do? Give me Orlando over boring beach holiday anytime
Personally I prefer Universal and Buch gardens to Disney parks
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Trevisparky7 h, 21 m ago

http://www.spitthatoutthebook.com/2016/01/top-10-reasons-i-hated-disney-world/

I'll have a read, it wasn't supposed to be a personal insult so sorry. I should have proof read before posting, my post does sound patronising, so.it definitely came out wrong!

To be fair I hated it when I got dragged there at 16, so.i restructured it with my kids to avoid all the things I hated - heat, queues etc.

I booked Easter it's far far cooler. Then bought loads of VIP stuff so could avoid alot of queues. I know not everyone can afford all that, in fact I saved for 5 years!

Anyway , as you say, maybe not for everyone
Thomson flights to Orlando - just about in the school holidays? - £318pp - 14 nights
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Wasn't looking for flights in particular but had the page open and was playing about with dates and noticed the above. These flights are for 14 nights which means they land back i… Read more
Besford9 h, 29 m ago

It's the 'entitlement generation' thing! We've bred a whole generation …It's the 'entitlement generation' thing! We've bred a whole generation who don't understand how the world works.


Yes I understand how it works as I've been to Florida 5 times and plenty of long haul with Virgin Ba Emirates ,non of which add on baggage charge on long haul.It ends up with everyone cramming their last items into as much hand luggage as they can get onboard and then there is no room in overhead lockers and you have check in staff saying 'shall we put your hand luggage in the hold free of charge ,,It's a safety issue as in event you need to vacate the plane in a hurry the cabin is jammed packed and yet the hold is half empty ...has the penny dropped yet ? Nothing about entitlement just common sense .The overhead lockers CANNOT accommodate hand luggage and the odd bag on a full flight .so why not reduce the luggage price to a level where people will happily avoid all the hand luggage nonsense and pay to fill a area that is built in the plane for transporting your luggage ,it's designed for exactly that not a empty space with 5 cases in it. We have all tried to fight our way off a full flight with the cabin full to bursting with bags .
Unless you have your own gaff best of luck taking hand luggage to Florida for 2 weeks .
If you need any more common sense ideas let me know.
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Not looking really as I can't go, but...........

Saturday 26th august to Saturday 9th September (lands back in the UK on the Sunday, 10th), £376pp for 14 nights, based on a family of 4.
Nearer £400pp for 2 adults.

Depends when your kids/grandkids go back to school, if you were taking them with you (_;)
From East Midlands to Sanford
Edited by: "defgimp" 27th Jul 2017
GLA - SFB 30/08/17 - SFB - GLA 13/09/17 = £269

As is 28/08 - 11/09.
Edited by: "scottishpunter" 27th Jul 2017
At least you can select how many bags to take and up to the night before can add on more bags. We booked family of 5 = 40kg, but night before added an extra 20kg on. Worked a treat. They also allowed an extra 5kg hand luggage for medication free of charge.
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rickj

Yes Thomson's hang your heads in shame .Majority of long haul Inc at … Yes Thomson's hang your heads in shame .Majority of long haul Inc at least 20kg in bags .Very few will be travelling with just hand luggage.



"Dear rickj, we're happy to include 20kg of hold luggage with your long haul flight booking but unfortunately we've had to increase the price of your ticket to £378. Kind regards, Thomson"
From Manchester: 2 Week Family of 4 to Orlando 4-18 August, Direct Flights (Meal & Luggage), Car Hire & Hotel just £666.25pp/Whole Family £2662 @ Thomson
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This seems a really good deal for August school holidays, 2 weeks with direct flights (with meals and luggage), car hire and hotel. The flights alone with luggage and meals are mor… Read more
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bilo999

cheap ways of getting park tickets?


Nope
cheap ways of getting park tickets?
nwressell

Have you ever been? Florida can be very cheap for shopping and clothes. … Have you ever been? Florida can be very cheap for shopping and clothes. Unless you eating and staying at Disney so I have to disagree with your comment.



I go all the time and i only got back on the 16th July on my most recent trip. Florida is not cheap for shopping or clothes, i found very few bargains at 4th July sales and shopping in walmart/publix to a supermarket here is so much more expensive for most food items
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mtc112 m ago

What i meant was i pay £1.5K including fines in term time, 2 weeks for …What i meant was i pay £1.5K including fines in term time, 2 weeks for 2A&2C at the Rosen Pointe in May this year with Thomas Cook cost us £1400 (could have booked a cheaper hotel for £1050). Travelling to Orlando in August is a rip off due to the flight costs, the hotels are pretty cheap as it's not the best time to visit (very hot and humid). We always pay around this price in April/May.

​Price up any holiday outside of school time and you'll pay less, nothing new there.
AdamBrunt2 h, 20 m ago

(a) what fines - this is in the school holidays ?(b) good luck finding any …(a) what fines - this is in the school holidays ?(b) good luck finding any semi-decent holiday in mid-August for 2 weeks for 4 people for £2.5k net alone £1.5k


What i meant was i pay £1.5K including fines in term time, 2 weeks for 2A&2C at the Rosen Pointe in May this year with Thomas Cook cost us £1400 (could have booked a cheaper hotel for £1050). Travelling to Orlando in August is a rip off due to the flight costs, the hotels are pretty cheap as it's not the best time to visit (very hot and humid). We always pay around this price in April/May.
Thomson flights to Orlando - school holidays and short notice?! £401 @ Thomson
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Sorry if this has been on here already, it's late and although I had a quick look, couldn't see it so thought I would post it. It's probably going to be of use to no one but you n… Read more
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Not sure if anyone was looking but flights still available from Manchester tomorrow and Newcastle on Friday, £350 pp for a fortnight!
Cheap for this time of the year if you can use it? (_;)
Hurricane season runs June-October with the Sep/Oct giving the highest probability of disruption.
Summer is very hot and usually humid with regular rain showers in the afternoons / sometimes developing into thunderstorms. Doesn't seem to stop anyone though.
cheap to get there, but works out expensive when there, I didn't realise how expensive the parks had become.

for me its just too hot there atm
Ps not voting either way but I've got 550 pp WITH hotel for this price before through Thomson.
Hot?! Yea, course it is, uncomfortably hot in the summer in Florida.
No such thing as monsoon season but this is storm/hurricane season.
7 days of storms forecasted in the next 9 days..
You just have to take it day by day in Florida during the summer. May/September/October are great times to go.
Thomson Dreamliner flights to Orlando Sanford from £269 return in July
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Thomson have flight only on the Dreamliner from £269 return flying from multiple airports in July starting from this weekend.
OrribleHarry

Excellent and the Sanford which is a better airport



Yes loads better than MCO orlando ,used Virgin last year took ages get through airport and get Hire car
Sanford is really quick with it been fairly small and thought thomson dreamliner as good if not better than Virgin
Just flown to/from Sanford on the Dreamliner, jetlag almost none existent! I can't believe it, worth the money just for that! fab aircraft wth excellent legroom in economy, better than Virgin earlier in year. Good food & inflight entertainment okay. However, Sanford airport is bit of a dump and further out than MCO, Thomson are the last UK airline to fly this route but for the money can't grumble.

Edited by: "fresia" 9th Jul 2017
Great prices - well spotted op
liamis2cool

where i have had a wait upto 2 hours before



I bet Liam wasn't 2cool that day!
Sanford to iDrive can be be around a hours transfer, but as above poster said your clear customs in 10-15m as opposed to MCO where i have had a wait upto 2 hours before - normally around 45-60m tho.
£49 Return Flights to Malaga, Alicante, Ibiza, Menorca, Lanzarote and More  @ Thomson (Orlando from £269 too)
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Just hunting around for flights over the next couple of months, some decent return flight prices to be picked up, some are fairly soon as well, if you're looking to build a last mi… Read more
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i agree flights to the med have gone mad and the accommodation is just unreal , i'm really tempted with turkey , friends have been loads of times and love it resorts round dalaman are miles and miles away from the trouble and lets face it a day trip to london is a bit iffey at the moment
I spotted Man to Orlando leaving 19th July with Thomas Cook for 10 nights. Flights, average hotel on i-drive including breakfast and an intermediate car for £580 each. I thought that was quite reasonable for school hols. Was cheaper than the likes of spain greece etc when filtered by price. I know you have food and park tickets to add but it would be worth it.
£209 for a return In May to Ibiza - last May it was £45
The med is expensive cos people are put off going to Egypt, Tunisia, Turkey, etc. Demand has been much higher and hotels have been getting booked up very quick. I booked my holiday to menorca in July last year, the hotel was booked up by Xmas for the summer hols . On top of that you have the weakness of the pound over the last 18 months pushing prices up . You're left with luxury accommodation that nobody can afford or very basic that most don't want and is overpriced for what it is. I think the algarve is worst for crazy cheap flights and ridiculously priced accommodation. Better off going to canaries for overall value for money imo. Could be worse though, butlins are asking 1800 for a week self catering in the school holidays.
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Turkey seems to be very cheap at the moment, only place you could go with a chance of spending under a grand for a family. Obvious it's cheap because people are worried about terrorism etc but the resorts aren't too bad.

Also if you are going to North Majorca I would recommend BQ Alcudia Sun Village
Orlando Florida: LEGOLAND (14 days!), Kennedy Space Center (1 day) and GatorLand (1 day) combo-ticket cheaper at £62.40 @ Orlando Attractions
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Awesome price for: - 14 day ticket to Orlando LEGOLAND - 1 day ticket to Kennedy Space Center (NASA) - 1 day ticket to GatorLand. Planning a holiday in Orlando this Christmas and … Read more
Great price
But would I be looking this app on my holiday's
anthonyf218

We went orlando last month and visited Legoland with our 6 year old son, … We went orlando last month and visited Legoland with our 6 year old son, we all thought it was excellent, certainly not a small place by any stretch of imagination, plus there's really good quality rides, and not just those for the little ones. The waterpark, which may be additional to this ticket (about £20 extra each) is awesome to. Well worth a visit imo, and certainly at this price. Heat!


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mittromney

never heard of this compared to universal or Walt's. is it as crap as … never heard of this compared to universal or Walt's. is it as crap as windsor?


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We went last year too and it was certainly much quieter than Windsor - we did everything easily in one day. Not sure why you'd need 14!
We went orlando last month and visited Legoland with our 6 year old son, we all thought it was excellent, certainly not a small place by any stretch of imagination, plus there's really good quality rides, and not just those for the little ones. The waterpark, which may be additional to this ticket (about £20 extra each) is awesome to. Well worth a visit imo, and certainly at this price. Heat!
Heated for Orlando Attractions, used them a fortnight ago and did exactly what they said in the timeframe they said.
They were the cheapest I could find for what I bought (3 for 2 on Busch gardens, sea world and aquatica) and had a good look round before purchasing.
Found through the original deal posted a few weeks ago buy the op, thanks op
All Inclusive Caribbean cruise from Orlando including, flights, luggage, 3 night stay and Orlando City Pass at Travelzoo for £1,199
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10 night Caribbean cruise and stay holiday from Orlando. 7 nights Premium All Inclusive cruise on Norwegian Epic, including flights, 3 nights hotel stay in Orlando, Orlando City Pa… Read more
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They offer a wide range of dates on the Travelzoo page
Adding the dates that this cover on the deal would help here TBH
Transfers are extortionate, don't buy those, £150 for 2 people!

Wonder how much to get a balcony or at least a sea-view?
Gatwick- Orlando £274 each - 2 adults and 1 child for a total price of £822 @ Norwegian air
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Return flights from Gatwick to Orando Feb 2018 including during half term. I have booked these myself for 2 adults and 1 child for a total price of £822 or £274 each. These are fl… Read more
jonl

Does anyone know when Norweigan are due to release their fares to Orlando … Does anyone know when Norweigan are due to release their fares to Orlando for April 2018 onwards?



​they have been released a few days ago. be quick the one flight has gone up £300 in 2 days
I've just booked Christmas and new year only £819 all in !!! Virgin same dates 1600
dbizal

Remember to post any deals ;)Looking at going in November also - just … Remember to post any deals ;)Looking at going in November also - just waiting for the right price. Currently £777 for flights and 2 weeks accommodation at Clarion Inn Lake Buena Vista.




Just paid 1580 for 3 of us though Thomson although that was only for a week in the avanti resort...at coco key it was only £1600 ish for 2 weeks...
Touringplans.com is what you want if your hitting the parks. Saved me so much time
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bexg4

I booked 13-27th although I think the addition of a child brought the … I booked 13-27th although I think the addition of a child brought the price down some.


Just checked and this is still the same price
Glasgow to Orlando 21st June 2017 for 2 week £232.50 @ Thompson Holidays
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Hi Folks, good deal to Orlando direct from Glasgow this month, they also have some other dates later in June for a few quid more, you do need to add cases. Please note the price … Read more
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Great value as flight only a week later will be £650+ easily!
I would rather stay in Glasgow!
This is Flight Only, not a holiday
19:56 5/6/17 Showing £232.50pp

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TOM 642

Glasgow (GLA)

Orlando Sanford (SFB)
Wed 21 Jun
10:00 13:40
Direct: 8 hrs 40 min

TOM 643

Orlando Sanford (SFB)

Glasgow (GLA)
Wed 05 Jul
16:00 04:50
(Arrives +1 day)
Direct: 7 hrs 50 min
THOMSON 787 Dreamliner
Premium Club available on this flight £219.00pp
£ 232.50
Per person £930.00 Total
£ Includes £30pp discount % Includes taxes and charges
octobergirl

try freebags to see if it still still works supposed to be for May and … try freebags to see if it still still works supposed to be for May and June departures



Just tried using the code and it keeps saying, coupon not valid
tonymachugh

Just checked at 14:15pm and the flights are still available



Found them now, there's lots of dates and departures between now and the original date, if you can make use of them?
From £269pp for a couple and £232.50pp for a family of 4.
I originally looked at Thomson Holidays as that's what I read it as, if anyone else is struggling to find these prices, look under the flights tab on the Thomson site and go from there.

Just remember to add luggage if you need it, £60pppb(?)

Showing as available on the 21st, both Glasgow and Gatwick, same duration and price.

Thanks for the heads up OP
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Universal and Seaworld switch ticket UPDATED Adult £307pp @ Orlando attraction tickets
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Been looking for some deals on Florida park tickets for a few weeks now and have come across this. They have a flash sale and at the time of writing this there is 57 adult tickets … Read more
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You can just get a day pass for $99 on idrive somewhere for both universal, universal parks easily done in a day and a few of the rides are closed for renovation at seaworld at the moment so don't bother!
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Dawsy

You know how long you can keep them before cashing in.. some on here were … You know how long you can keep them before cashing in.. some on here were redeem by 2017..I'm possibly going in 2018..



The tickets at this price would have to be used in 2017. The website does have prices for 2018 but they are £363 for adult and £351 for a child!!
bobbyarbogast

​There'll be revised pricing for 2018, so you'll have to specifically buy … ​There'll be revised pricing for 2018, so you'll have to specifically buy 2018 tickets. Just been, Mako at SeaWorld is awesome! Just saying.



​Went 4 x around 1998 - 2004. Loved it but due to other factors not been able to go again.
Hopefully may be going 2018 / 2019..
Dawsy

You know how long you can keep them before cashing in.. some on here were … You know how long you can keep them before cashing in.. some on here were redeem by 2017..I'm possibly going in 2018..



​There'll be revised pricing for 2018, so you'll have to specifically buy 2018 tickets. Just been, Mako at SeaWorld is awesome! Just saying.
You know how long you can keep them before cashing in.. some on here were redeem by 2017..
I'm possibly going in 2018..
Edited by: "Dawsy" 31st May 2017
Orlando's Wild Florida Park - Celebrating 7 years of adventure with FREE admission into our Gator and Wildlife Park.
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Found 31st May 2017Found 31st May 2017
FREE admission to everyone into our Gator and Wildlife Park from now until the end of the year. Starting June 1st, you and your family will be able to see our animal shows, explore… Read more
Going to Florida for Christmas, but did a quick search and found tripadvisor.co.uk/Sho…tml

I can't help but think this is a 'free' admission to a very limited park on the pretense of selling you an airboat ride. The website is even called "wildfloridairboats.com"


Went here last June - I actually preferred it to Epcot which was hundreds of dollars more!
The Alligator feeding zone was really good and you can get fairly close to them (behind a fence of course).
Quite a few were there mainly for the airboat rides but the park is good in its own right, well worth a visit to get out of the crowds in Orlando.
HEAT FROM ME!!!! Quick one guys, does anyone know what the weather will be like in September ?
ScoobyZ

I got married in Florida and went to Gatorland on my wedding day! It was … I got married in Florida and went to Gatorland on my wedding day! It was easier spending time with the Gators than it was the in laws.Guess they have renamed it now.



This isn't gatorland.
Admission has always been free, well up until last time we went. You only have to pay for the boat ride and animal food.
Edited by: "StottyUTA" 30th Jun 2017
I got married in Florida and went to Gatorland on my wedding day! It was easier spending time with the Gators than it was the in laws.

Guess they have renamed it now.
Edited by: "ScoobyZ" 30th Jun 2017
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