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    I have been looking that the cost of Discovery cove today and have found it for 836 for all 4 of us, his does included seaworld, busch garderns, aquatica. just wondering if this is a good price.

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    To me this sounds expensive, however I have not been for 3 years. I lifted the following from another discussion website

    "i got mine from floridatix. i ordered them on line and received a voucher to present at discovery cove, within 48hrs. They cost 158 each for swim and 14dys seaworld (which ufortuately i wont use as i have already bought a flexi ticket!)
    You can order direct from the sea world website for afew pounds less but have to think of converson rates and bank charges."



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    maybe they got them before the exchange rate went down?

















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    Looks like the exchange rate has bumped the prices up, I don't go till next November but don't want to miss out, how soon should I book them?

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    it's a gamble Lozzy, i personally think the exchange rate will stay about the same for the foreseable future but that's just my opinion lol. The only i would wonder is whether if less UK visitors are visiting because of the cost maybe they'll do us a special?

















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    Quote Originally Posted by britchick, post: 149271
    it's a gamble Lozzy, i personally think the exchange rate will stay about the same for the foreseable future but that's just my opinion lol. The only i would wonder is whether if less UK visitors are visiting because of the cost maybe they'll do us a special?

    I might wait a little, as we aren't going till next year.

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    Hi ours are 807 for the 4 of you

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    Quote Originally Posted by premier travel, post: 149276
    Hi ours are 807 for the 4 of you

    Kim
    How far in advance should I book, we would want it for our second week around the 8th November 2010

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    Quote Originally Posted by lozzy, post: 149301
    How far in advance should I book, we would want it for our second week around the 8th November 2010
    You can usually book up to 10 months ahead, book as soon as you can so as to choose the date you want.


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    ive booked tix over a year in advance laura

    just looked and orlando ticket deals are doing the ultimate ticket for 176 so 704 for 4 of you
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