Friday, 10 April 2015

Travelling to Florida. Where do you buy your theme park/attraction tickets from? From your travel operator? Or from a carefully selected ticket website. A round up of a few Disney/Universal/Florida attraction ticket selling sites I have found.

So you've booked your Florida holiday. You've got your flights and accommodation sorted and now you need your theme park/attraction tickets. There is so much to see and do in Florida that I confess that I do not know them all but obviously the main ones are Disney World, Universal Studios, Island of Adventure, Busch Gardens, Seaworld and lots, lots more. 

You can buy your tickets from your travel operator so you've booked everything at the same time and it's all done. However, what if you want to shop around? What websites are out there to buy all these tickets from? I have been having a look recently with a bit of help from Google and a few have caught my eye so I thought I would do a quick list of some websites out there where you can buy tickets and get all the information you need, what tickets would be best, duration of stay, what you can fit in on your holiday and much more advice too.

Florida Tix have a holiday planner so you can sit back and really take your time to plan your holiday and what tickets you need for which attractions you want to go to. Their website states lowest prices guaranteed and they will price match if you find the tickets cheaper. With Walt Disney World tickets, Universal Studio tickets. Seaworld, Discovery Cove, combination parks tickets to combine more than one attraction plus shows, tours and lots more. Their website is definitely worth a look. Also up until April 12th 2015 they are offering free Dine 4 Less card with every 2015 booking, see their website for more details. You can also book your tickets with just a £10 deposit to secure and then you just have to pay off the balance at least 5 weeks before your travel date.

Travel Republic also have a huge selection of Walt Disney World and Universal tickets available including all of the fab combo tickets as well as things like Boggy Creek Airboat rides, The Space Badge admission to the Kennedy Space centre, Pirates Dinner Adventure on International Drive, Orlando hot air balloon rides plus much much more. Very competitively priced too and lots of info and advice on their website so definitely another one to check out when looking for your ultimate ticket package.

The American Attractions website has four easy to find sections from its homepage for Theme Parks, Excursions, Dining and Shows, FAQs and a Contact Us section. Also on their homepage is a 'As recommended by' badge which is good to see. Again lots of tickets available and combo packages for all of the main Walt Disney World, Universal, Bushc Garden, Seaworld attractions. As well as the Kennedy Space Centre, Legoland Florida. Aquatica and much more.

There are so many more websites to buy tickets from as well as the ones mentioned above. Each website I have mentioned sells a whole array of tickets for Florida attractions, theme parks, shows, dining experiences and more, not just the few things I have mentioned in each section so it is well worth spending an evening (with a glass of wine) and researching all of the available websites for the best tickets/combinations that you want. It's your holiday and you can do as little or as much as you want to and the flexibility of a lot of the tickets is fab.

Any advice on how to fit everything in without overwhelming ourselves would be greatly received. I want it to be a holiday too and not to come back more stressed than when we went. Thank you. 

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