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Orlando ticket website, are these safe?

Hello I am currently in the process of booking park tickets for all the orlando theme parks (disney/universal/seaworld). I have found really good prices on these sites: attraction tickets direct, onlineflorida.co.uk, travel republic, floridatix, and themeparkdirect.co.uk. Turns out buying the ticket packages separately from the different websites is going to save us loads of money compared to getting something like the orlando flex ticket. We are going for 28 days!

Would appreciate any advice :)

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not sure if i fully understand what you are saying,

but if you mean that you are going to buy each park as a seperate ticket surely that will only give you one day at each park, whereas the flexi ticket for example is valid for 14 days from first day of use,

i got our 5 park flexi ticket from american attractions last novemeber and they cost £164 per adult and if you spend over £400 you get £5 discount, so if your going to spend say £800, buy them in 2 lots and save £10.

they delivered really quickly, free delivery and no charge paying with debit card

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Take a look at these ...

Keith Prowes http://bit.ly/PROWSE


Orlando Park Tickets http://bit.ly/pk-tkx

See what they can offer.

Orlando park tickets are part of uscarhire.com and is a company I'd recommend. They also do tickets for lots of other attractions in the area.


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Sorry I wasnt very clear! I meant buying like the 14 day universal and seaworld 14 day separately was cheaper than buying the flex ticket. I'll look at those websites aswell though thanks :)

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I am also looking to order all my tickets in the next few days and found Floridaescapes to be cheapest.

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