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dumbo77
23-11-2009, 11:12 PM
please can i have some help as i have no idea what to get ticket wise. we are going to the swan hotel next year on the 16th september for 28 days we want to do all the disney parks and both ds's want to do sea world n hubby wants to do universal im pretty easy going so will go anywhere (for my sins) the only one we dont want to go to is busch as when hubby went with friends before he says its not really our thing (not that i know what our thing is !!) all help would be appreciated as i honestly havent got a clue and would like some pointers (ds's are 15 n 16)

disneychick
24-11-2009, 04:31 AM
My fiance and I have annual passes but I always recommend the park hopper passes, which allow you into more than one park a day. We purchased park hoppers until we decided that it was more beneficial for us to get annual passes.

Ursula
24-11-2009, 06:59 AM
Also look out for deals like a 14 day pass for WDW for the price of a 7 day pass. Someone will be along soon to tell you what tickets will be best for you because it is very confusing for first timers.

daveann
24-11-2009, 07:58 AM
i would go for annual pass there more economical if your there for more than 14 days :)

Skywatcher
24-11-2009, 08:26 AM
If you are going for 28 days I would definitely go for the annual pass. I would just get saeworld /universal walk up tickets as and when and if you decide to go, unless you are planning on DC then seaworld and/or busch gardens is 'free'

Tink
24-11-2009, 09:48 AM
Definitely get the AP for WDW. :yes: It will give you all sorts of perks, besides the best entry price; discounts on merchandise, some food, some entertainment, etc. The perks change, so you'll want to check the website once you get your APs.

Universal does have an AP too, and it's considerably cheaper than WDW, but you may not need that one. US/IOA are truly just one day parks (keep in mind, I'm not a fan though, so others may tell you differently) so an AP would be a bit of a waste.

28 days at the Swan! Wow!!! That's one nice holiday!

Skywatcher
24-11-2009, 11:39 AM
Do they still do a gold AP that includes the waterparks and Disneyquest :unsure:

Tink
24-11-2009, 12:03 PM
Yep.

Ursula
24-11-2009, 03:34 PM
Do you have anyone disabled in your party? Because Seaworld give you a discount when you walk up to buy a ticket, it's something you don't get if you buy online.

dumbo77
25-11-2009, 12:09 AM
does anyone know the best website for the annual pass for disney,my lads are so looking forward to going even though its months away:yes: also my youngest son has cf and we do have a blue badge for him so would that qualify for the discount at seaworld. we are also worrying about parking etc as he can get tired very quickly and dont want to have to walk too far .do the parks have disabled parking zones ? and if so would my blue badge be acceptable as proof of his illness or do i need doctors notes etc ? its a little bewildering tbh :unsure:

Ursula
25-11-2009, 12:40 AM
Yes you will get a discount at Seaworld. You have to have a Florida disabled parking permit for tourists if you wish to park in the disabled bays and I fully recommend you get one, the parking is so much nearer to the parks. Can't think right now but someone will point you in the right direction to get one, it really is very easy to do.

dumbo77
11-12-2009, 12:11 AM
Yes you will get a discount at Seaworld. You have to have a Florida disabled parking permit for tourists if you wish to park in the disabled bays and I fully recommend you get one, the parking is so much nearer to the parks. Can't think right now but someone will point you in the right direction to get one, it really is very easy to do.


thank you for the help its been a godsend xx:hug2: