We used to go in November (before thanksgiving) and it was perfect for us, weather was comfortable and parks were dead. Unfortunately we’re tied to holiday times now due to college and work commitments, so harder to benefit from the quieter times. Still love the place though, and would happily go and leave out the parks completely if kids permitted
Depends when you go. Don't clash when South Americans have their school holidays, firstly As they clean outlet shops out. And then if you can help it ( for shorter queues, but they won't empty outlet shops) Don't go when North Americans are on school holidays.
All down to opinion and circumstances, for our 3 year old daughter it was a perfect park, no queues and plenty to go on for her. As mentioned in the original post, I much prefer Universal and Busch Gardens, but there’s far fewer attractions at them for our daughter, the queues are much longer and also much more expensive.
It's a great park for younger kids but you won't want to go more than once per holiday, Hot
It should be free as it’s a terrible park.
Posted 15th Jan 2019Posted 15th Jan 2019
22% combo tickets at PortAventura & Ferrari Land - £58 Adults / £51 child 4-10yrs & Senior - 60yrs+ @ Attraction tickets direct£56£7222% off
3 Day PortAventura & Ferrari Land Ticket 20% off combo tickets for the 2019 season at the moment
No assumption on the rate, it’s what I was charged when I booked tickets a couple of days ago (Halifax Clarity card so no fees). We can pray Trump is gone by then and Brexit has been cancelled and watch the £-$ soar :) Can’t wait for Discovery Cove :
LOVE the fact you decided to include the £0.05 to mine but neglected the £0.57 on yours! :p Your assumption on your exchange rates is also that your using a credit card that doesn’t charge a fee for paying in $ whereas Floridatix is in £ so no charge and that I only have to pay a £10 deposit and also get a Florida Discount card worth £25 plus some mall vouchers (no idea if any good though). It was worth the extra to me. BUT I agree it seems much of this is dependant on when your travelling and whether you have the available cash to pay IN FULL 8 months prior to travel as with DC direct (shock) . With Trump in charge can you be sure America will still be around by then?
With the code you mentioned its £180.05pp with Floridatix. Direct with DC it's £165pp (including sales tax @ 6.5% and at $1.28 rate). So still £15pp cheaper, but for those looking at summer months (like me) it's a much more considerable saving.
You haven’t entered the code ‘dcove5’. And with exchange rates and added 6.5% tax when you buy direct from DC how is it £30 more?
Feb is showing as £190pp with Floridatix, so almost £30pp more?
Posted 15th Dec 2016Posted 15th Dec 2016
Disney World 2017 14 Day Ultimate Ticket with 'FREE' Cirque du Soleil ticket£319
Few of these about now... but I just booked these with Attraction Tickets Direct for the Cirque du Soleil tickets. They say free but with the other ticket price drops you pay £30 … Read more
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.
Posted 29th Sep 2015Posted 29th Sep 2015
7 Day New York Pass £140 @ Attraction Tickets Direct (Includes Over 80 Attractions, Including Empire State & Top Of The Rock)!£140
£140 is a great price for the 7 day New York Pass, gets you into all the main New York attractions, this is £156 to buy direct from the New York Pass website, so saving on their pr… Read more
going there for 5 days only. So it's cheaper to buy 5 day pass.
New York pass didn't work for us - unless we went to other attractions we weren't planning to see in the first place. TKTS ticket booth in times square is a real bargain for theatre tickets, we got 4 tickets for $80 each which is genuinely half price, and the show was incredible.
Saw the bus loads of times, the folks on the bus look like they're some sort of zoo attraction, they look like real plonkers sat in traffic all doing Mexican waves...
I would visit the iconic Empire State building and go for the FREE return Staten Island Ferry ride which gives a good view of Manhattan. Visit the Ground Zero site - it is impressive and not far from the Staten Island ferry terminal. China Town of an evening or the adjacent Little Italy of an evening. Depending on which day you are there and if you are artistically inclined you can get free entry in the Museum of Modern Art for 3 hours from 5pm (it houses Monets' 'Waterlillies'.)
I had a single day version of this as part of a package holiday back in 2006. In that one day I gave it a good battering. A week long could really get your money worth. All who are going to NYC, do your research and have a GREAT time.
Posted 29th Sep 2015Posted 29th Sep 2015
Empire State Building Tickets from £15pp Includes Skip the queue, $10 Planet Hollywood voucher & 10% off Macy's discount card @ Attraction tickets£15
Was looking for a family member and thought i'd share :) These are actual physical tickets, so make sure you use the correct address. when you buy the tickets you'll get Skip the… Read more
These are not the same as the VIP skip the queues are they? You are only skipping to buy your ticket. Plus booking from a more official tickets are valid for 1 year, not 2 weeks.
Looks good option
Most people call me a miserable got, but I'll take moody ☺
Agree with comments about Top of the Rock @ The Rockefeller. We did this at around 5PM (timed entry ticket, so zero queue) and stayed up there past dusk to get day & night views (of central park and mid town, including ESB). We also did ESB first thing in the morning with pre-booked ticket. Queue skip (or whatever its called) that you get with this and the city pass is pretty much useless for the ESB as everyone has a ticket, so in US holidays you'll be queuing up to an hour regardless. We got there first thing in the morning outside of US holidays and only queued for about 20 minutes.
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Posted 2nd May 2015Posted 2nd May 2015
Free Orlando Eys, Sealife and Orlando Eye with Orlando Ticket Purchase attraction-tickets
Attraction tickets direct are offering free admission to the Orlando Eye, Sealife Centre and Madame Tussauds Orlando with the purchase of many of their tickets from a Disney 2 day … Read more
Cold just spoke with ATD and the will not include the free tickets with the price match. The price match is on a like for like ticket for ticket basis only.
I emailed them after I had bought the tickets but they did not know that and first sent me an invoice price matching as if I had not bought them, as I said they have price matched and given me all the freebies
I've read the T&Cs, it seems you have to buy the tickets first and then ask for a price match, they can then take the extra tickets off you
My mistake so how do you get a price match?
It's valid for travel before 25th June 2016! Not 2015!
I'm struggling to find how to buy on that site? Got the info page, but there doesn't seem to be a link to anything anywhere!
Not got any interest in going to SeaWorld personally (irrespective of animal welfare concerns - my kids just aren't interested in watching animal shows), but I did want to do LEGOLAND when we go to Florida for the first time in March - my kids will be 7 & 10 and I think they'll be too old in future years. We've already booked Disney tickets ( decided to skip Universal for this holiday, maybe do it next time) and the 2 waterparks there are the biggest attraction to my boys. Do you guys think this would be worth us doing just to get the Aquatica and LEGOLAND tickets? Or skip Aquatica and just buy a day pass to LEGOLAND? (Why does it auto-capitalise LEGOLAND evey time? Lol). We're going for 3 weeks, so will be venturing out of Disney plenty!
again another nob who is basing seaworlds practices on the 70s you ****. all orcas are now bread in captivity
Agree totally, believe me I've been looking for about 2 weeks for the est combos and sites to go on. Floridatix and park-tickets seem to be the best I've found. Good luck and have a great time.
hot hot hot!! Wish I could block all these ridiculous comments as I couldn't care less of what they say. Looking forward to more good deals as we are planning on visiting Florida soon. Thanks again for this hot deal!
Posted 11th Mar 2014Posted 11th Mar 2014
Free Legoland tix with Orlando theme park tickets
Attraction Tickets Direct are offering free legoland tickets when you book Orlando theme park tickets. This is what it says IT'S BACK! Take advantage of the most exciting and gener… Read more
Good gifts, however park tickets can be bought substantially cheeper. Try American Attractions for a comparison.
Yes - very reliable, been around 12 years or so. Used for Disney tickets before
Are these a reputable company? Has anyone used before ?
thanks, just about to book my park tickets
Fab thank you :) Just booked the universal 3 park bonus tickets for 3 adults and 2 kids. Also got a $10 planet hollywood voucher. Exclusive gift at Florida mall. 2 kids eat free with all bookings and the 5 legoland tickets 8)
Posted 3rd Feb 2014Posted 3rd Feb 2014
Attraction Tickets Florida @ Attraction Tickets Direct
Just browsing for some Orlando tickets, and have just booked 5 Universal tickets with low deposit, and got 5 free Orlando dinner show tickets free, worth in the region $125. There … Read more
Did you get tickets or vouchers for the parks? I know it'll be a voucher for the dinner show but don't want to have to queue for tickets in the parks if it can be helped. Thanks!!
Used them before. Cheapest we could find when we booked Florida tickets and very helpful. Make sure you get tickets and not vouchers. Otherwise when you get to use them you will have to queue to exchange vouchers for tickets and then queue to get in!!
6 park combo ticket at £205 is cheapest way i have found cheaper than the flexi ticket plus try http://www.americanattractions.co.uk/Orlando-combo-tickets/6park.php we are going in may this is best i can find.
Looking to book 14 day tickets that allow us access to everything as well as transport to Busch Gardens... Can anybody advise the best/cheapest place?
£10 pp cheaper on expedia, plus the chance of 12% quidco cashback (should take price down to just under £100 per universal ticket).