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Hi We have just been quoted £6500 from virgin for our honeymoon in Florida in August 2015. This includes:

9 nights at disneys Caribbean Beach

3 nights at universals hard rock hotel

8 night Caribbean cruise

Park tickets

Transfers

When we went in July 2013 it was just under £5000 with thomson. I think the above quote is reasonable but i am under the impression that virgin are usually more expensive. I also think I'll wait until the free dinning is out

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1. Re: How does this quote sound?

I personally think that sounds like a decent price. Have a great honeymoon .

Kent
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2. Re: How does this quote sound?

have you looked at doing it yourself? it's quite easy and could save a fair bit, i'm assuming your from the uk?

just re -read it and didn't notice the cruise bit, don't know how easy/possible that bit is

Edited: 28 February 2014, 18:36
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3. Re: How does this quote sound?

What kind of cabin do you have on the cruise? Interior, oceanview, balcony, mini-suite or full suite? That makes a huge difference in the costs. It would be very interesting to price it out without the middleman.

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Thanks for the replies.

The cabin room is the cheapest room, interior I think, it goes up about £400 for a room with a balcony. Would be interesting to compare DIY prices but it's a bit early yet but i am finding it hard to find transfers

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Sounds good to me - in fact sounds bloody good :-))

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Yeah I agree sounds like a good deal but would agree on the DIY option, it's worth a look and a bit of number crunching...sure it will save you a bit

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wow I think it sounds good for everything you are getting/ doing.Happy Wedding and HoneyMoon!!

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Waiting for the Disney Free Dining will make it even better. When it is offered, you will need a Deluxe Disney Resort to qualify for the Free Regular Dining Plan ( moderates get the quick service )

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9. Re: How does this quote sound?

i would of paid that for sure.Even better if you got free dining of course.

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10. Re: How does this quote sound?

If you have to upgrade to a Deluxe resort to qualify for the Free Regular Dining Plan, as I see it, it isn't free at all as you will be paying more for your room?

Edited: 28 February 2014, 21:18