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.
I have exaclty the same sentiment about any animal exploitation or enslavement, regardless of species. This just happened to be a thread about Seaworld specifically
I can't find anything about that, just last years deal where park entry wasn't required between August 25 to October 1 2017 for $35 meal Is there a trick to what time to book if you wanted to turn up at the park at 9am, it'd be a bit of a risk if you're booking is for 1pm surely
I'm genuinely interested in why there's obviously such strong feeling about seaworld but not any of the other parks that keep animals like Animal Kingdom
"It's an absolute must do every time". Yeah .... if you've had a lobotomy.
You couldn't pay me enough to cross the threshold of one of these. Torture Chambers for Orcas.
Posted 16th Mar 2018Posted 16th Mar 2018
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Sorry my bad I was only looking at august school holidays when your sites prices are over £280 compared to sea world sale price of £202 You are right that site is selling swim tickets from £171 but that is if your prepared to go today. They are selling cheap tickets for December and January but it can be a bit chilly for Discovery cove in the winter
Mtc... please check it’s far more expensive in July for your tickets! heat added and thank you .. tickets purchased
From £171 with swim, From £133 non swim plus 15% off today. The Seaworld prices are also from . It's never cheaper to buy in the US unless you want annual tickets.
You won't find these tickets cheaper anywhere and the deal ends today
No that's not swim with dolphin that's a non swim and also that's the cheapest price. Mine is £202 with the swim and can be used in school holidays which on your site is over £280 You can also choose a non swim ticket for £154
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.
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.
To be fair they are not doing that anymore are they? So give them some credit.
Should be pretty warm over there...
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.
Should try taking kids to USA in summer break, flights alone from Manchester usually come in over 3k, you can quite easily be 7k by the time you are done. This one is cheap.
Never pre buy the park tickets,14 days of theme parks is a hell of an ordeal and huge upfront cost plus you don't save much. Only need a kid to catch too much sun etc and have a day away your losing money. Much prefer to arrive and then decide on the itinery depending on weather etc,2 days of parks then a few days local shopping or trips etc then some more parks One year we broke upthe fortnight up by driving down to Clearwater for a few days-you can only do that if you haven't invested £2500in tickets you got to use.
Got agree Universal is better but the new ride in Animal kingdom Avatar Flight of Passage is best sim ride I ever been on and area really well themed Worth day in there between days at Universal (better than gringotts imo)never thought say that about Disney ride
What you going to spend £3-4k on in couple weeks in Florida
As opposed to spending 2 weeks on a beach, drinking yourself to oblivion, yeah, that's exacttly it then!
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!
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!!
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..
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..
Posted 18th Feb 2017Posted 18th Feb 2017
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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
Aye cause there's tons of dolphins at Busch Gardens!
Cheaper getting the £600 two-park ticket which doesn't involve any dolphin abuse!!
Danny the source is the companies themselves, Disney have sanctioned a price cut but the vendors jumped the gun, price reduction will come in around 15th. I know this as I got the 14 day ultimates for £290 from OA but they will not be delivered till Jan as they have not got the reduced tickets from Disney yet. Have faith, you have nothing to loose!
Quite a few people mentioning special deals coming out on 15th December?! What is the source of these rumours? Would be a good way to entice UK visitors with the £ against $ at a rock bottom low.
Eh it was a black Friday offer As DETAILED in the op.
Posted 24th May 2016Posted 24th May 2016
3-PARK SEAWORLD, AQUATICA AND BUSCH GARDENS TICKET 3-PARKS FOR THE PRICE OF 2 and 30% off at BA.com£61.31British Airways Shop Deals
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Sea world is dying last 2 times i have gone down idrive the car park is empty . Just shows people do not want to go any more as people are getting more educated about this cruel establishment .
That's a great direct price then. I thought we'd booked ours for next Easter, but turns out we haven't - got it on the list for tonight's nightshift - toss up between £450 for London or £300 from Dusseldorf, and whether to play by the rules or stick 2 fingers up to it. Think we'll probably take 2 days off before and get a full fortnight away with a couple of days to sleep it off when we get back. Have fun!!
BA had already taken APD off for the 12-16yo's Wife's not a good flyer so direct is the only option for us We're 1st till 22nd April (miss a week of school, we did the 2 weeks at Easter this year and had a (much) cheaper option if we'd have had the 3 weeks but didn't want to "break the rules", because of that I was watching keenly on what they did that week - pretty much nothing, DVD and non school uniform games day etc.. So gave up caring for next year, I wouldn't do this if they were GCSE years etc...)
Ha! That's not bad, what dates have you got there? We've been looking at the Virgin flights for £400-450ish depending on the dates via ATL or DTW, but that's on school hol dates for us (8-21st Apr), or considering taking the kids out a day early and bagging the £312 flights from Dusseldorf-Miami. We're doing the Miami drive in July - managed to get the flights with BA for £350 this summer with a bit of faffing around with the departure airports. I'm struggling a bit with our 12yo on a lot of flight sites - they all seem to be charging the adult price for him, even though APD is no longer applicable. I rung traveltrolley and flysharp to ask them about it and they didn't have a clue what I was talking about, did you have to pay it for your two?
Randomly we're actually going out next Easter for mine and my Wife's 40th (hers whilst we're there)
Don't go,but claim their free dvd all the same.If they send enough out they may go bankrupt.
Captivity = Cruelty :( Seaworld = Abusement park :(
I'd base my choice not to go on these creatures being kept captive, performing for food and indirectly supporting the brutal hellish Taiji drive hunt which rips juvenile dolphins from their family, driven back to sea to probably die on their own, 1000's dolphins slaughtered in the Cove, the 'pretty' ones held in captive pens, medicated, then sold on around the world. This year's hunt, filmed everyday by Cove Guardians was extremely brutal.
Presumably all you Blackfish supporters can supply detailed evidence to counter the new massive number of errors, lies and un evidenced and manipulated facts and images which have come to light and strangely remain unanswered by the creators ? No I didn't think so. This outright lying includes but us not limited to; dubbed over sound from completely different sources, showing whales that are unrelated and not those being talked about, showing imagery of a trainer that is not the one being talked about, missing the fact that the safety officer they based much information on was suspended pending an investigation, claiming a whale was kept in solitary confinement despite the fact visitors can see this is untrue, and claiming whales were forced to perform despite the fact visitors and seaworld could show rare instances where shies had to be changed or cancelled when they didn't want to perform. In short, Blackfish is made to prove a point regardless of fact. Go, don't go, but don't base that decision on this excuse of an investigation.
Please do not support Seaworld, instead support one of the many campaigns to close these cruel animal circuses. Their marketing suggests that the captive whales and dolphins enjoy being held in captivity and performing for the public. If you do some research you will find out that this is very far from the truth. As mentioned above, the documentary Blackfish reveals that the psychological distress caused by keeping these very intelligent animals in captivity and forcing them to perform "tricks" for rewards leads to them developing mental health issues, which in some cases causes them to react violently towards their "trainers". Whales and dolphins should be free to roam the oceans, not subjected to cruel and unnatural treatment for "entertainment" purposes.
Universal is pathetic, rides dedicated to Minions and Transformers...yeah real classics.
Quite annoyingly prices at many places went up last week due to the weak exchange rate I'm looking for 2016 tickets for just Disney. They we're £305 each last week, now £325 (21 day ultimates, direct with Disney UK site) I'm thinking once we have a new president or whatever it might recover a little
How come when I go to the site the tickets are more than advertised , is there a code?
Brilliant! I will be booking straight away! Thanks.
I contacted them about this and they replied, as below. Hi, Thank you for your email. Yes, you will recieve entry to Legoland as you are booking the tickets through us :-) Please let us know if you need anything else? Many thanks Kenwood Travel
Posted 8th Mar 2015Posted 8th Mar 2015
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I managed to book 3 weeks from mid august to early september including flights from UK for £1100 each, shopping around or booking flights and hotel seperate saves a lot.
Don't forget the code will only take £5 off DISNEY tickets (as confirmed by the representative I spoke to online).
This doesn't include Discovery Cove, which is a Seaworld park.
Really? Guide Dogs? Are you a hardcore vegan or do you drink milk from enslaved cows? Should we really just let the wild sort out the worlds animals? There are many animals that only exist in zoos. I recall Keiko from Free Willy, tried to release it, died in Norway of pneumonia. The idea that animals would prefer freedom is a joke, why doesn't your cat run away and live wild? All animals would take regular food, than being part of the food chain. People watch a one sided documentary and decide Seaworld is evil, plenty of live animal shows worldwide, why pick on seaworld? Just a big corporation they can try and embaress with their hack documentary. Any documentary is one sided, people should consider a more balanced view. Anyone who wants the animals from Seaworld freed, may as well go and shoot them, that's all they could realistically do with them
Shame that Seaworld is included. They will never get any money from me. I don't support animal slavery.
Posted 9th Dec 2014Posted 9th Dec 2014
Orlando magic combo ticket £454 floridatix all of Disney, Universal, Seaworld, Busch gardens£454Florida Tix Deals
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