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WebFisher 02-14-2013 12:35 PM

Orlando area tickets?
 
Are there any Florida residents on here that can tell me what the price for Disney World, Universal Studio, and Sea World tickets are for FL residents?

Or, if you know of any place I can get discount tickets at?

jc_10 02-14-2013 12:40 PM

There's a number of places. Check Yeehaw.

Murf425 02-14-2013 01:07 PM

Are you a AAA member?
Also, depending on your money and what family members you're bringing, Busch Gardens is a MUCH better deal than any of the Orlando parks. A lot cheaper ($84/year for a FL resident pass*), much less crowded (I've never stood in line for anything more than 15 minutes), and kids love the animals. It also helps that a lot of the shows and specials are more interesting for adults too, and not just little kids.


*By comparison, a Disney annual pass, for a FL resident, is a $99 down payment AND $19 (IIRC) per month for the whole year on top of that. It's completely asinine what that park costs.

WebFisher 02-14-2013 05:13 PM

I would consider Busch Gardens, but my wife and I are looking to get out of town for a bit, and our timeshare program has resorts in Orlando that we can use. My father thinks they have discount tickets available to retirees at Ft. Jackson, so he's going to look into that for me next week. Also, we will be visiting the Divers Direct down there. I'd probably like Sea World or Universal better than Disney (though we both really like the Animal Kingdom park in Disney World). So a good deal on a one-day pass for Animal Kingdom and a couple days each for Sea World and Universal would be perfect. Thanks for the suggestion though. I'll definitely look into Busch Gardens for our next trip.

The Inflicted 02-14-2013 07:32 PM

Sea World has a pair of nice coasters, but it's really just a one-day park.
The last time I visited Orlando the tickets came from Undercover Tourist.


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