After reading lots on here about "The One" ticket, that supposedly covered all Disney and Universal parks, plus SeaWorld and Busch Gardens, I thought I'd share some information about the tickets I've just bought.
We bought the Orlando Freedom Ticket from Attraction Tickets Direct for £379 each (though they're now £385 on their website). I was intrigued how these tickets were going to be made up, and I had assumed it would be a 14 day Ultimate Disney ticket, plus a Flexticket Plus, which according to current website prices would have equated to £416 each.
Well, the tickets have turned up today, and they are made up of the 14 day Disney ticket as expected, but rather than the FlexTicket Plus, we have a two park Universal ticket (valid for 14 days) (£86 each currently) and a three park SeaWorld, Busch Gardens and Aquatica ticket (£76 currently). Therefore the total should be £396 if you bought them individually.
The only difference between the two Universal/Sea World tickets compared to the Flex Ticket plus is the absence of Wet n Wild, but on the basis that we don't do the water parks it doesn't make any difference to us!
Overall, the price paid separately compared to the Freedom Ticket as a whole is not great (currently £11), but it is certainly more convenient while booking!
I'm sure there are plenty of places that are cheaper than ATD, but we used them last year and were impressed, and we are again this year.
I hope that's helpful to some, and that I've not wittered on too long and bored you all to tears!