Last weekend saw Orlando Attraction Tickets hit a record number of bookings, revenue and tickets sent out. So as you can imagine we were quite happy. 🙂
I thought for today’s post it might be nice to see the journey your tickets make from booking online to leaving our offices.
The journey of your Orlando Attraction Tickets
Once a booking is made online our ticket dispatch team is notified, the first thing they do is prepare your order for shipping.
Your order then goes through two further stages of quality control to make sure your order is correct.
Your order is then prepared for tracking. All our tickets are sent via a traceable system, upon dispatch you will receive an email confirming this and also informing you of your unique tracking number, which you can monitor online.
Your tickets are now ready for dispatch and are delivered via Royal Mail.
All you have to do is look out for the letter containing the smiles 🙂 which generally takes 48 hours, a signature will be required upon delivery.
Orlando Attraction Tickets have the majority of tickets in stock throughout the year. We also offer a 25% deposit scheme with the balance paid 8 weeks prior to departure.
Decembers upon us and Christmas is tapping lightly on our door. Here at Orlando Attraction Tickets we love the holiday season and our Theme Park buddies do to…
Here’s a brief breakdown of what’s happening at the Orlando Theme Parks this Christmas
Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party
Nov. 9 – Dec. 21, Select Dates
Celebrate the holiday season with your family alongside Mickey and Minnie at the Magic Kingdom Theme Park. The celebration is filled with spectacular fireworks, Mickey’s ‘Once Upon A Christmastime’ parade and live entertainment featuring the rest of your favorite Disney Characters. Purchase of an additional event admission ticket is required to attend this event.
The Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights
Nov. 9 – Jan. 6
A breathtaking seasonal display featuring millions of glittering lights perfectly synchronized to holiday music on the Streets of America at Disney’s Hollywood Studios theme park. Entire buildings, twirling carousels, heavenly angels and Santa and his reindeer spring to life with an extensive array of multi-colored lights. Some nights, the show is capped off with an enchanted flurry of snow.
ICE! at Gaylord Palms Resort
Nov. 10 – Jan. 1
More than two million lights, a 54-foot-tall Christmas tree, heartwarming visits with Santa, captivating musical events and exclusive holiday events await you and your family at the Gaylord Palms. Discover how Gaylord Palms is like no other holiday destination with Merry Madagascar featuring characters from the DreamWorks Animation films carved out of ice. ICE! features two-story tall ice slides carved from two million pounds of ice and a tribute to the unforgettable classic.
SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration
Nov. 17 – Dec. 31
Let the waves of holiday spirit splash over you and your family during SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration. The winter wonderland is filled with carols in the air, a sparkling Sea of Trees and skaters dancing on ice. Take a journey to the North Pole on The Polar Express Experience, share a smile with a sea lion, and enjoy live entertainment featuring everything from Santa to Shamu.
Holidays Around the World: Candlelight Processional
Nov. 23 – Dec. 30
The Epcot theme park is transformed into an international celebration of Yuletide traditions filled with decorations and live entertainment during the holidays. Delight in the sights and sounds of the season during Epcot’s Candlelight Processional held nightly at the American Gardens Theatre. The event retells the stirring story of Christmas with a special celebrity narrator accompanied by a 50-piece orchestra and a mass choir.
Macy’s Holiday Parade at Universal Studios
Dec. 1 – Jan. 1
The world’s most famous parade has become a holiday experience for park guests at Universal Studios. Celebrate the Macy’s Holiday Parade featuring floats and balloons direct from the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City. The merriment continues with marching bands, clowns and an appearance from Santa! Afterwards, enjoy the spectacular tree lighting with music and lights. Other events include A Barney Holiday, The Blues Brothers Holiday Show and performances by Mannheim Steamroller.
Grinchmas at Universal’s Islands of Adventure
Dec. 1 – Jan. 1
This annual holiday celebration is based on the beloved Dr. Seuss tale and Universal Pictures’ and Imagine Entertainment’s Academy Award-winning blockbuster hit, Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas. The celebration highlights the heartwarming story of The Grinch in a live show featuring music recorded by Mannheim Steamroller. See characters come to life before your eyes as they stroll through Seuss Landing. Have breakfast with your favorite Dr. Seuss characters during The Grinch & Friends Character Breakfast and meet The Grinch himself!
Kid’s New Year’s Eve at LEGOLAND-Florida
LEGOLAND’s New Year’s Eve celebration is perfect for families. The “Kids’ New Year’s Eve” allows kids to rock out and watch the giant LEGO fireworks at just the right time for them, midnight KST (Kid Standard Time), otherwise known as 7 p.m. EST.
Rock the New Year! at Universal CityWalk
With exciting live performances from various artists, Universal CityWalk’s “Rock the New Year!” is one of Orlando’s hottest New Year’s Eve parties. In addition to live music, enjoy an expansive gourmet buffet, a champagne toast and live entertainment at the various nightclubs, including the groove, an electrifying dance club; CityJazz, a hip jazz venue; Jimmy Buffett’s Magaritaville and others.
New Year’s Eve at the Walt Disney World Resort
The parks come alive to say farewell to 2012. Magic Kingdom presents: “Wishes” nighttime spectacular with a holiday overlay at 8:30 p.m. and “Fantasy in the Sky” at 11:50 p.m. Epcot‘s “IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth” salutes the new year at 6:30 p.m. and 11:40 p.m. At Disney’s Hollywood Studios, “Fantasmic!” combines water, fire, lights, lasers, fireworks and music will be presented at 6:30 and 8 p.m., with “Lights! Camera! Happy New Year!” fireworks display at midnight.
Happy Christmas everyone from all all Orlando Attraction Tickets.
Yesterday we hit the 200 posts mark, which we are all very happy about, this blog has performed quite a few pivots before landing on its current format and today while celebrating 200 posts we’ve also released a new design, as you’re reading this you can see the new design now.
The new design is much cleaner and fresher than the previous design and of course features our new smiley logo, we hope you like it.
Well that’s enough of me waffling, below are the top 10 most viewed posts out of the 200.
There seems to be a common misconception when it comes to some Orlando Attraction Tickets, the culture of Theme Park tickets has led many to become slightly confused when it comes to what tickets are actually available and what they all mean, today I’ll try and clear this up for you.
An Evoucher or Voucher is a redeemable paper confirmation from an attraction ticket provider which allows the customer to collect their tickets from allocated ticket booths or guest services.
Pro’s – If you lose the confirmation before you collect your tickets, you can simply print off another copy.
Negatives – The perceived negative is that you may have to queue to swap your confirmation for the tickets, in most cases the queue’s are small.
An E-Ticket is a gate ready printable ticket, that allows you to go straight to the turnstile and enter the park. No exchanging is required.
Pro’s – If you lose the ticket you can simply print off another copy. No exchange is required.
Negatives – Customer regularly mistake this ticket type as the Evoucher.
Hard tickets are the cardboard tickets you regularly see, you simply go to the turnstiles and enter the park.
Pro’s – Customers feel happier having the hard ticket.
Negatives – If you lose or damage the ticket they cannot be replaced.
Here at www.orlandoattractiontickets.co.uk we are currently offering the Hard Ticket and E-Ticket options. In my personal opinion the E-Ticket is the best solution, unfortunately at present only SeaWorld Parks have the technology to produce these tickets.
If you require further information or would like to share you ticket experiences please do not hesitate to comment below.
Peak season, high season, holiday season; whatever you call it we are in it and the guys and girls at Orlando attraction tickets are all hands to the pump working as hard as they possible can to fulfil the many orders that come through at this time.
I’ve managed to sneak away for 5 minutes to put together a list of our top selling tickets of 2012.
This year has been a particularly busy one for us, the launch of some new ticket promotions and the full time opening of LEGOLAND Florida has made sure that we are never short of something to do.
We are delighted with the response our customers have had to the Orlando PassPort, the ticket offers great value for visiting all the major theme parks and at present the ticket has been specially discounted by £10.00.
As we reported yesterday Universal Orlando are set to reveal some 2012 announcements at a press conference next week.
Most of the industry believe it will involve more information regarding the upgrade of The Amazing Spider-Man 3D experience at Islands of Adventure and these rumours look to be true going by the pic Universal just posted on their twitter account of a modified Hobgoblin (shown above).
I hope you’ll agree the make over looks really impressive.
The Orlando PlayTime Ticket includes 14 consecutive days entry in to Walt Disney World including Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park and Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park. 1 Days admission in to LEGOLAND Florida and 1 Kids Eat Free Card offering unlimited ‘Kids Eat Free’ meals at over 130 family-affordable restaurants.
The Ticket is the first of it kind within the theme park industry as it is only available to children aged 3-9. You can take advantage of this offer by visiting orlandoattractiontickets.co.uk or calling us on 0845 226 8523.
Theme Parks are brilliant but they do have one major let down for me the worst part about Orlando Theme Parks is the queuing, here at orlando attraction tickets we’ve put together our list of top tips for things to do while queuing.
Listen to music, if you’ve got your MP3 with you music will help pass the time. Perhaps make yourself a thrill ride play list?
Mobile games, although they are a bit of a battery killer something like angry birds can help while away an hour very quickly.
Disney’s Hidden Mickey’s, look out for the hidden Mickey’s scattered around the Disney parks and tick them off.
People Watch, come on we all do it, you’ve in queue with thousands of people! Try games like, guess the nationality, first person to spot a person over 6’4″ etc
E-Tickets or electronic tickets are any tickets/vouchers emailed to the customer that contain the relevant information regarding your purchase and which are either park ready, meaning you can scan them straight at the gate or be exchanged for the official theme park tickets at the numerous redemption points within the theme park.
Why E-Tickets and not hard tickets?
Orlando Attraction Tickets have thought long and hard about issuing physical tickets or E-Tickets. We believe that the future of theme park ticketing is electronically, we also believe E-Tickets are more convenient and safer for you.
All E-Tickets are sent via email, we are not reliant upon the royal mail or other courier services which means you do not have to wait at home for tickets to be delivered. We don’t have to add additional cost to cover the delivery of the tickets.
However the major advantage we find is that if you lose or damage your E-Ticket, or worst case scenario forget to take them with you to Orlando you can simply re-print them.
Orlando Attraction Tickets prepays for all of its tickets so as soon as you have the E-Tickets you can be assured of entry in to the parks.