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    s it better your park tickets in the uk or wait till you go to FLORIDA





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    Quote Originally Posted by robertcraig, post: 313150
    s it better your park tickets in the uk or wait till you go to FLORIDA
    great question Robert

    IMHO, if you're looking at buying the ODD day here and there, it's perhaps easier to buy them there

    Once you start looking at going 3 or 4 days, it starts to make sense to buy a 7 day pass and once you get to THAT level, a 7 day ultimate ticket from the UK becomes way better value.

    Then :) once you're at that level, it's usuall either free or a few pounds more to upgrade it to a 14 day ultimate.

    That's my frustration in a way! I start off thinking well we wont do more than about 5 days at Disney, but as soon as you get to that sort of level, it ends up being better to just buy a 14day from the UK.

    Of course the other option is an annual pass which becomes economic if you manage to fit in more than one trip a year
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith, post: 313152
    great question Robert

    IMHO, if you're looking at buying the ODD day here and there, it's perhaps easier to buy them there

    Once you start looking at going 3 or 4 days, it starts to make sense to buy a 7 day pass and once you get to THAT level, a 7 day ultimate ticket from the UK becomes way better value.

    Then :) once you're at that level, it's usuall either free or a few pounds more to upgrade it to a 14 day ultimate.

    That's my frustration in a way! I start off thinking well we wont do more than about 5 days at Disney, but as soon as you get to that sort of level, it ends up being better to just buy a 14day from the UK.

    Of course the other option is an annual pass which becomes economic if you manage to fit in more than one trip a year
    I was originally only going to do MK and EPCOT this year but after watching an old planner dvd I might just get a 14 day ticket as i can spend more than 1 day at EPCOT





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    Quote Originally Posted by robertcraig, post: 313153
    I was originally only going to do MK and EPCOT this year but after watching an old planner dvd I might just get a 14 day ticket as i can spend more than 1 day at EPCOT
    yeah the GOOD thing is, once you get yourself mentally ready to buy a 14day ultimate, that's that. You can go as many times as you want, park hop etc... so it's very freeing :)
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