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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£385
Boxing Day deal for 14 Day Walt Disney 2020 Walt Disney World Adult Tickets. £385 for emailed voucher ticket or £387 for posted ticket

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?

Universal 3 Park Explorer 14 Day Ticket £211 Adults £203 Child
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Posted 20th Apr 2018Posted 20th Apr 2018
Universal 3 Park Explorer 14 Day Ticket £211 Adults £203 Child£211
Enjoy 14 days unlimited entry to Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure & Volcano Bay with the ability to 'hop' between multiple parks on the same day. Universal Orlando® Res… Read more
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Not sure if it's relevant to anyone else but I'd never used Florida Escapes before but have used Attraction Tickets Direct. Spoke to ATD and they price matched it.


Yep Memory maker is brilliant, you just tap your ticket on a mickey orb leaving the ride and you automatically get your ride photo for free. The fast pass benefits are... mixed. The rides you really need them for fill out a month in advance, especially now they've added another tier of premium fast passes. On Universal vs Disney. The Harry Potter lands, especially Diagon Alley blow anything at Disney out of the water in terms of theming and the rides are amazing (even the train journey between the parks is suprisingly neat). There's a new rollercoaster that should be finished next year where you ride through the Dark Forest on Hagrid's (or Sirius') bike that could also be something special. That said, Outside of Harry Potter Universals new rides have been pretty mediocre of late, lots of 3D screens and clones of rides already in the other park. Disney just generally seem to put more work even into the minor rides. I'll quite happily spend 3-4 days at universal and 5-6 days doing the Disney parks mind. Remember at both universal and Disney parking is eyewatering. $23-25 a day.


Thanks for the confirmation!


This does not include express. You either stay in a universal hotel or pay $99 per day for that


Does anybody know if the 'Express Pass' under Services at the description of the tickets actually mean that these tickets have the Express included so that you don't have to wait in the 'normal' queue? I thought that was a special pass you needed to buy, but it seems to be included here. Would be good if someone could confirm? Cheers!

Orlando Multiticket 2017 with Volcano Bay (arrivals from 1st June) PROMOTIONAL OFFER £605 @ Flordia escapes
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Posted 15th Dec 2016Posted 15th Dec 2016
Orlando Multiticket 2017 with Volcano Bay (arrivals from 1st June) PROMOTIONAL OFFER £605 @ Flordia escapes£605
This package qualifies for a FREE Wild Florida Wildlife Park ticket The Disney portion of this package now includes the Disney's Memory Maker on each Adult ticket Includes Univer… Read more

We quite easily do it all in 2 weeks with a child...Best tip is to go in may or September when the wait times are at their shortest...been 8 years in a row (knowing how to get places without sat nav helps) only ever waited over 30/40 minutes a handful of times when we made the mistake of going over xmas, only waited over an hour twice, once to meet Darth Vader during star wars weekend and waiting for the biggest waste of time in FL the new kong ride, We always do a couple of mall/premium outlet trips and day at BG and can visit most parks 2/3 times You're not wrong about needing a holiday afterwards but who goes to Orlando to relax?


Good job no kids on our family holiday :)


You could do it all in 2 weeks if you grab the kids by the wrists and drag them round the parks without going on any rides.


I have been twice and can easily be done in 2 weeks with going back to your favourite parks a couple of times too! We don't mess about, there for when park opens and stay til it closes. If your gonna spend a lot of money on a holiday you've got to be on the ball and not just be lazy :)


No way that can all been done in 2 weeks! unless you walk on each ride and travel around by magic wand. Why they sell these tickets god only knows, i can only guess its all about the money.

WDW - Disney Tickets -  14 Day Ultimate 2017 & Mem Maker - £288 ad / £273ch @ Florida Escapes
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Posted 24th Nov 2016Posted 24th Nov 2016
WDW - Disney Tickets - 14 Day Ultimate 2017 & Mem Maker - £288 ad / £273ch @ Florida Escapes£288
14 Day Disney Ultimate 2017 PROMOTION LIMITED AVAILABILITY OFFER Ticket options Adult:£288.00 Child:£273.00 Attraction: Special offers Walt Disney World Category: Theme… Read more

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.


I just called and they said it was a Disney misprice and she knew nothing about them coming back down again in December.


​Great, thanks. Not going until Easter so I'll hang on. Are these offers generally available at all resellers, or do florida escapes have better offers?


Meant ot be a price drop again on 15th December, keep your eyes peeled


Yeah, that was convenient. Site was down until the price went back up.

Disney/ Universal Orlando 14 Day Hopper Tickets On Offer this Bank Holiday Weekend Adult £431/ Child £409
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Posted 1st May 2016Posted 1st May 2016
Disney/ Universal Orlando 14 Day Hopper Tickets On Offer this Bank Holiday Weekend Adult £431/ Child £409£431
Just saved about 60 quid over other ticket sites for a family of 4 going in June. Unlimited access for 14 days to: 6 Disney Parks (incl Fast Pass Plus, Memory Maker etc) 2 Universa… Read more

​Don't do that... Americans hate how cheap we get Disney tickets!


​Hear, hear!


I have universal 5 park tickets already so only really need few days Disney so price isn't that much different.. been before just wondered if could order and get them before leaving so will have a look if it's 18 days.. need to get but in gear though wanna go for breakfast with characters it's good laugh and great experience for kids..


It says up to 18 days


Went last year and pre-purchased tickets for Universal/Sea World/Busch Gardens, as we were only in Orlando for 7 days before travelling down to the Gulf Coast for the second week. Decided to pay on the day for Disney Magic Kingdom and it was 110 dollars pp for the one park. Don't forget to add parking costs to each of the parks, which personally I think is outrageous given the ticket costs. 8)

14 Day Disney Ultimate Ticket 2016 Adult £287.85/Child £268.85 @FloridaEscapes
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Posted 28th Nov 2015Posted 28th Nov 2015
14 Day Disney Ultimate Ticket 2016 Adult £287.85/Child £268.85 @FloridaEscapes£287.85
Was looking for 14 day Disney tickets for Orlando for next year and came across this offering from FloridaEscapes, £303 for adults, £283 for children. Seems to be the lowest price… Read more

I got the universal 3-park from them too, worked out £147.25 for adults with the 5% discount


It's not exactly comparing apples to apples. We aslo went for MYW last year, from orlando attractions, paid in dollars so worked out really cheap. This time needed a ticket for 12 days so the MYW was not an option, aslo with the Ultimate ticket you get the free Memory Maker


Getting magic your way tickets always works out cheaper for me, 7 days magic plus from Orlando attractions usually works out at approx 220-225 but I haven't checked in last 6 months as haven't been since April and will be onsite next year.


Anyone know of any universal ticket deals please? Sorted for Disney


Lucky you! Thanks anyway, now amended to 29th, i.e. tomorrow