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Old 3 Nov 23, 07:19 PM  
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Black Friday Park Ticket Sales

Is there a typical % discount offered on park tickets by Floridatix on Black Friday?

Tickets for next year over £2k so any saving is a bonus 💷💷
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Old 4 Nov 23, 12:08 AM  
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Originally Posted by MickyC View Post
Is there a typical % discount offered on park tickets by Floridatix on Black Friday?

Tickets for next year over £2k so any saving is a bonus 💷💷
I suspect they'll be putting a small % discount on, they increased their prices in the last week of October. In order to advertise something in a sale they have to have been on sale at the current price for 28 days ... roughly 28 days between them putting prices up and Black Friday.

Example, 2024 Disney/Uni Combo was £859, it was pumped to £897

OrlandoAttractionTickets are doing it for £849 though so still cheaper
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Old 5 Nov 23, 09:21 AM  
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Attraction tickets and others will offer a % off but they still may not be the cheapest. Trick is to do your research and shop around. Some prices google gives you may not be accurate given codes available when you go on the homepage of ticket website and donít rule out booking direct if you have a family member who works in the nhs etc and can use blue light.
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Agree with the others, shopping around is the only way to get the best price. I have just bought our combo tickets for January, they cost £834pp from Orlandoattractions.com but were a whopping £929pp from Floridatix. That is a massive difference considering there are 4 of us.
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I've noticed the prices have been creeping up on ATD recently, I don't know if that's because of the exchange rate, or because they are going to bring them back down again for Black Friday...
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I've noticed the prices have been creeping up on ATD recently, I don't know if that's because of the exchange rate, or because they are going to bring them back down again for Black Friday...
Grant, you a right with both.

Because ATD buy them in USD they are subjected to the GBP-USD exchange rate.

And like every other company they up the prices hoping no one notices then provide a 'cracking' discount to get you back to where they were few months back.
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Originally Posted by Dannyboy90 View Post
Grant, you a right with both.

Because ATD buy them in USD they are subjected to the GBP-USD exchange rate.

And like every other company they up the prices hoping no one notices then provide a 'cracking' discount to get you back to where they were few months back.
I can confirm this as I have been tracking prices. For example Florida Tix (who have confirmed an upcoming Black Friday Sale) these are for Sept 24

Ultimate Florida Combo (main 11 parks)
Previous lowest £992.31 Current £1073


Disney 14 day
Previous lowest £510.15 Current £557


6 Park Flexi
Previous lowest £481.65 Current £517
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I can confirm this as I have been tracking prices. For example Florida Tix (who have confirmed an upcoming Black Friday Sale) these are for Sept 24

Ultimate Florida Combo (main 11 parks)
Previous lowest £992.31 Current £1073


Disney 14 day
Previous lowest £510.15 Current £557


6 Park Flexi
Previous lowest £481.65 Current £517
Yeh, this is what we were talking about. Its the same when you watch stuff on Amazon. They slowly increase the prices before that big sale.

I got my tickets when ATD has 10% off plus the Pound to dollar was at around 1.29 so i got a decent deal i think.

Universal + Disney Combo 14 days
2 Adults
1 child
Total cost £2480 this included the 25pp for cancellation/amendment cover.

Todays price would be £2884
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Floridatix Facebook advertising their Black Friday sale to start this week.
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Black Friday Starts when?

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Floridatix Facebook advertising their Black Friday sale to start this week.
When is Black Friday in the states, according to Google, it starts on November 24th but seeing so much talk on here and now seeing that Attractiontickets and Floridatix are both currently running Black Friday discounts, I'm a little confused?

Is it just that they are starting early and likely to let the offers run for a few weeks?

Do Orlandoattractions.com normally run any Black Friday deals?

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