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Old 20 Aug 20, 04:12 PM  
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Hi all

Planning next year and we have got round to deciding on what tickets to get

we realistically can afford 2 sets of parks

them being

Disney
Universal
Seaworld including Discovery Cove

Bit of a backstory, we have been previously been and have visited all the parks before. we are a family of 8 and the kids will be 15,13,12,10,6 and 5

what 2 groups would you pick and why?
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Old 21 Aug 20, 07:21 AM  
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Us personally, just Disney!

Then save the money youd have spent on the other tickets to really enjoy your time there.

Weve been to Universal plenty of times, but for us (and this is just us, Im not saying you should avoid it) and its just been loosing its edge year on year.

Sea world, similar to Universal, its not what it was many years ago.

Obviously this is just what wed do. But it worth considering how much time itll take 8 of you to do things...there are just 2 of us and even with 14 days we didnt manage everything that we wanted to do in Disney World.
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If I had to choose just two groups then I'd probably pick Disney and Universal.

Disney has the most parks and is the primary reason why we visit Orlando. Universal's parks and ride and very good.

I would miss Seaworld though. We like that park. We've never visited Discovery Cove so don't know how good that is (and obviously have missed this out on previous trips).

Personally, I would try and do something like get a 2 or 3 day Base ticket for Universal and then a 1 day ticket for Seaworld. Doing that you might find the price comes to not much more than the price to get 14 day tickets to Universal.
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