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Uber to Port Canaveral from WDW

As the title says I am thinking of using uber to get from wdw area to the port, has anyone done this? can you give me an idea of price and the positives/negatives of doing this.

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You're looking at between $50 and $70 for a standard car with 2 people and their luggage.
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Depends on how big a car you need based on how many are in your group and how much luggage you have.



Its what Id choose if I didnt have a car.
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We looked at this but it was cheaper to hire a car for the day.

Weve paid 35 for a full size for the day.
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We looked at this but it was cheaper to hire a car for the day.

Weve paid 35 for a full size for the day.
We have considered this but I wasn't sure about tolls and if it would be an easy drive or not? we never hire a care out in disney as we stay onsite and use disney transport and taxi's to get around.
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We have considered this but I wasn't sure about tolls and if it would be an easy drive or not? we never hire a care out in disney as we stay onsite and use disney transport and taxi's to get around.
Its a really easy drive with no tolls that I can remember.

We also stay onsite and use wdw transportation and had no trouble navigating our way.

We collect from either Disney car care or dolphin and return to Port Canaveral then do the reverse or return to MCO.

Its also nice to be able to stop on route to the port if you need anything ie sun cream
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Its a really easy drive with no tolls that I can remember.

We also stay onsite and use wdw transportation and had no trouble navigating our way.

We collect from either Disney car care or dolphin and return to Port Canaveral then do the reverse or return to MCO.

Its also nice to be able to stop on route to the port if you need anything ie sun cream
We also do 2 x one way car rentals, but although the base price is low, there are tolls to pay plus you have to refill with fuel so there is the added issue of finding somewhere suitable.
For people who just want ease, getting an Uber is definitely a good choice.
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We also do 2 x one way car rentals, but although the base price is low, there are tolls to pay plus you have to refill with fuel so there is the added issue of finding somewhere suitable.
For people who just want ease, getting an Uber is definitely a good choice.
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I am now giving careful consideration to hiring a car as this gives more freedom and it would be another adventure, are the tolls expensive?
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