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Old 13 May 21, 01:58 PM  
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What is your 2022 trip costing?

Following on from the 2020 trip costing thread that never happened. What is your 2022 trip coming out at?

I'll start:

2 Adults & 2 Children 7 & 5

14 nights from May 11th LHR to MCO

Flights and car hire (SUV) through Virgin Holidays Fly Drive - £2605

14 nights All Stars Movies and Disney Park Tickets direct with Disney - £3657

Aiport Parking - £60

Resort Parking - £150

Mousekeeping Tips - £55

Allowance for Spending and Food - £1750

Total - £8277 £2069.25/p

Excessive but worth it.
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Old 13 May 21, 03:54 PM  
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Looking at it another way..
Car hire for 14 days is generally £400 or so, so your direct flights are averaging £550 a person which is good.

Your park tickets would be roughly £425pp ? (I dont do Disney), so £1700 and this prices your accommodation at £2000 .. or £142 per night. That sounds reasonable for on site.

You have a car, so if off site, you would still have to pay the same parking price. Having the car and thus easy access to LBV, Walmart and IDive is a huge cost saving bonus that has to be weighed up against transfers and staying mainly on site.

Your airport parking at £60 looks very good.

Mousekeeping, well you would tip in any Hotel.. wouldnít you?

Now, we take into account what you would spend, weíre you not in Florida..
Gas, water and Electricity.
Food at home for 14 days.
Daily carparking if working.
Weekly petrol.
Sundries.

If you subtract all of the above from the £8227, then suddenly it does not look so bad.

I reckon that you have a really decent deal.
Me? Itís largely irrelevant, because it is West Coast and only 2 days in Parks.

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Old 13 May 21, 04:20 PM  
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That looks alright to me, especially staying on Disney site.

Mines coming to 12k all in.
Flights for 5 adults, 2 kids and a 1 year old (3800), villa (2.2k), Disney and Busch/SeaWorld tickets (about 3400), a rental car (1000) and £2600 for consumables and spending.

Looks like we both have good pricing!

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2 Adults

Airport Hotel £30
Airport Parking £60

BA Flights and 7 day large SUV hire from Fort Lauderdale £1200

1 Night in Miami £150

6 nights Royal Caribbean on Allure of the Seas £1100 + drinks (£800)

6 nights Rosen Pointe I-Drive £300

1 night Disney Vero Beach - £0 (DVC points)

Disney Annual Passes - proportionate cost £250 as being used for 2 other trips too

Disney Parking - £0 - Annual Pass.

Spends £1000

Total £4890. £2445 each.
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Old 13 May 21, 07:24 PM  
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2 Adults, 2 Kids (13 & 8)

Hotel & Airport Parking - £140 from the quick look I had yesterday

Direct Flights with Virgin from London Heathrow.
8 Nights Disney Caribbean
14 Day Pass
6 Nights Universal Cabana bay
Universal 3 park tickets

£8470

Not sure what we will budget yet for spends but thinking around £2000
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Old 13 May 21, 07:29 PM  
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We will be going in August, Virgin fly drive is £6500 already so when I stop laughing and look for alternatives, Beach Club and tickets is a further £7k which includes tickets but no food - yet. So then itís spending money £1 k, food £2k and bits and bobs. Bargain 🤬
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Very little!

Reward flights so just under £1400 in tax.
Annual passes already paid for for our October '21 trip - £0
Accommodation on DVC points - £0
Car hire - £312 (£624 for a full sized split with friends)

We will buy Universal APs for '22 trip though, not going there in October as we have too much else going on. Universal have confirmed that we can buy at renewal rate so very happy with that.
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Join Date: Dec 20
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We are going May 22, 5 Adults 1 Child (9)

2 Bedroom Apartment, Car Hire and Flights £4995
14 Day Disney & Universal Ticket £4565
Discovery Cove 4 Dolphin Swim 2 Non Dolphin Swim £805
One night at Royal Pacific £673.76

Total - £11,038.76 - PP £1839

Spends we'll be changing around £4000 for 3 adults 1 child, the other 2 adults are bringing their own money.

We've got parking and airport lounge to add on too aswell as travel insurance.
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Old 13 May 21, 08:27 PM  
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August 22

16 nights - 2 adults, 2 teens 16 & 14.

Virgin Flydrive to Miami with full sized SUV
2 nights Hard Rock Club level
2 nights Pop Century preferred room
11 nights 5 bed Dibb villa (sharing with another family)
1 day Disney ticket
14 Day Universal 3 Park
DC with 14 day SW/BG/AQ
Insurance
Lounge at Heathrow

Still need to book a night when we land in Miami but waiting for the dates to be released. Will use Avios to book that.

Total before spends is £7400, will prob take £2500 spends. So call it £10k. Eek, still not as expensive at 2018, but more than 2016 & 2019 lol.
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