Booking Disney Land

Casper

Midfield
Looking at potentially doing this in the summer. Covid permitting of course.

I know they have your eyes out but what is the best value way of doing this?

Would have to be summer holidays.

Is the one in Paris any good or is it worth going the whole hog and going Florida?
 


Looking at potentially doing this in the summer. Covid permitting of course.

I know they have your eyes out but what is the best value way of doing this?

Would have to be summer holidays.

Is the one in Paris any good or is it worth going the whole hog and going Florida?
Full hog mate. Florida patks are awesome.
 

Casper

Midfield
Whats the potential damage for 2 weeks, £8k?
I've priced up Euro one and its about 2k for a week package but you gotta drive there.

The Florida one they have to ring you with a price so I'm expecting it to be hefty.
True, dries quickly tho!


In august about £1500ish pp as a package with the likes of virgin. Then £400ish for Disney tickets. Then more if you want universal as well (another couple of ton)

£400ish for a car.
I'm guessing you've got food on top of that?
 
I've priced up Euro one and its about 2k for a week package but you gotta drive there.

The Florida one they have to ring you with a price so I'm expecting it to be hefty.

I'm guessing you've got food on top of that?

Oh aye. If you wanna eat in the parks it can be pricey. Outside you can eat as cheap/expensive as you like tho.
 
Yeah thought that might be the case. You best doing it directly as a a package, or sort out your own accommodation?
We've just rebooked with Virgin foe Easter 2023. 4.5k for flights and a half fecent hotel on int. Drive. That's 3 of us .17 nights.i think Disney and universal rickets will be about 1500 sll in. Been few times, changing it up this time, no Disney hotel cos the deals are shite
 
I’ll watch this. It’s owa lasses dream to go with the kids at the right age. To the point where we’ll have to have a separate savings pot to make it happen. Reckon we’ll be looking 3/4 years, so this’ll be interesting
 
Disney is a little different atm, you have to reserve the parks for the days you wanna visit. So need to keep an eye on availability once you have your tickets. Other noticeable thing is no characters wandering around for photos etc. behind a rope…scared of catching covid I guess!!
Always done Disney dining, not this time though, going in Easter so it's not on, deals are shite anyway

Probably should have done this in the last, always just done adhoc tho as we’re lazy!

If you don’t have the dining pass you pay for food and reserve via the app now, then rock up and collect your bait. Changed a bit cos of covid. Works well tho tbh.
 
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Went in 1994

Flights from MCR £199 each
Car hire £300
4* On ID for $29 a night per room

World Cup was on , saw Holland v Ireland for $30

Saw the Space shuttle take off for $0

None of this helps 26 years later, but Orlando is the only way to do it imho.
I’ll have them prices
 
Disney is a little different atm, you have to reserve the parks for the days you wanna visit. So need to keep an eye on availability once you have your tickets. Other noticeable thing is no characters wandering around for photos etc. behind a rope…scared of catching covid I guess!!


Probably should have done this in the last, always just done adhoc tho as we’re lazy!

If you don’t have the dining pass you pay for food and reserve via the app now, then rock up and collect your bait. Changed a bit cos of covid. Works well tho tbh.
We always did dining not the quick service, forked out the extra, bit the deals don't stack up now
 

Schlep

Goalkeeper
Had a villa for 3k booked for 2020 for 17 nights. Same villa this year is 6 and half for roughly the same dates.

Car hire is meant to be astronomical as well but I’ve just sacked it off for a couple of years
 

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