Remember A Couple Of Disney Offers End Soon

Hey Thrill Seekers,

One of Disney’s most popular offers ends this month, the 14 days for the price of 7 promotion will officially end on the 31st July 2016 and will effect many of our most popular tickets.


The 14 for the price of 7 Disney ticket is included in many of our combo tickets including our top selling tickets the Orlando PassPort and the Disney Universal Switch Ticket

So you have just under 2 weeks to secure this offer before prices rise. You can secure tickets with a deposit of £10 per person if your departure date is 8 weeks or more away. Full details of our Deposit scheme and how you can pay off online via instalments can be found here.

Customers who have already booked their tickets with Orlando Attraction Tickets and left just a deposit need not worry, we have already secured your Disney tickets at the price quoted at the time of booking.

Also set to end on the 31/07/16 is the Disney 2 Day ticket, this ticket type is generally only available to book over a four month period and this year is no difference. The Disney 2 day ticket offers access to 1 of the 4 Parks each day over 2 days from:

  • Magic Kingdom
  • Epcot
  • Disney’s Hollywood Studios
  • Disney’s Animal Kingdom

It doesn’t offer hopper privileges like the 14 for 7 ticket or the free memory maker offer but does include access to Disney’s FastPass service.

So don’t wait much longer, these offers wont be extended.

Smiles included…


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Disney Introduce New Characters For Their Attraction Tickets

Hey Thrill Seekers,

Here at Orlando Attraction Tickets we provide our customers with real, gate ready Disney tickets. Since the introduction of Disney’s My Magic+ the tickets have always been represented by Disney’s traditional characters, Mickey, Minnie, Goofy and Donald, as shown below.


Today those images have received a bit of a refresh with the introduction of 23 new characters including Elsa from Frozen, Dumbo, an AT-AT and several theme park rides. Check out our video below for all the new releases…

Which is your favourite new addition?

Smiles included…


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Limited Offer: Walt Disney World 2 Day Ticket Now On Sale

Hey Thrill Seekers,

Disney are on fire at the moment with special offers, this year they introduced the 14 days for the price of 7 ticket and just last week we announced that 2016 tickets will include Memory Maker!

Today we’re happy to confirm the release of a new ticket exclusively to the UK market, the Walt Disney 2-Day Ticket.  THIS TICKET IS STRICTLY ONLY AVAILABLE FOR NEW ORDERS. We do not expect delivery of the 2 park Disney ticket until the 13/05/15.

If you’re looking for a way to experience just a sprinkle of Disney magic at Walt Disney World, then the 2-day ticket could be for you.


Whether you’re Disney first-timers looking for a magical taster, or seasoned Disney fans after a top-up, this ticket allows you to visit one of four incredible theme parks each day over two days, AND enjoy a game of Disney Mini Golf on a third day! What’s more, it’s exclusive to UK guests, and buying in advance means you also have the benefit of pre-booking selected attractions and experiences with Disney FastPass+. It’s also flexible – valid for 14 days from first use, you can plan your visits to fit in with the rest of your holiday.

The 2 day Disney ticket is not a park hopper ticket, you can only visit one park per day. So that means two Disney parks in total. If you require more freedom and flexibility we suggest purchasing the 14 day Disney ticket.

The 2 day ticket can be secured with a £50 deposit and used anytime in 2015 however this offer will not be available to book after the 31/07/15.

Smiles included…



What Should My Orlando Attraction Tickets Look Like?

Afternoon Thrill Seekers,

It’s absolutely scorching today at OAT towers, we’ve got the air-con on full blast and we’re all dressed as if we’re off to Aquatica, not a pretty sight :-).

Today’s post centers around the tickets we offer and what you should expect to see in your envelope. Each supplier be it SeaWorld, Universal  or Disney all offer slightly different options regarding ticket fulfillment, this can be pretty confusing, we hope after todays post it may become a little clearer.

Disney Tickets

With Disney we offer 3 Ticket types;

All of these tickets pretty much look the same, the main difference is on the back of the ticket, which details the type of ticket and the terms of use.

The front of the ticket depicts one of Disney’s icon characters, Mickey Mouse, Goofy, Donald Duck etc and are set on a blue background.

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Universal Tickets

Within our Universal Tickets we also offer the FlexTicket and FlexTicket Plus which is a cooperative ticket between Universal and SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment, for the purposes of this post we will include the Flex Ticket within this Universal summary.

The 2 park and 3 park ticket pretty much look the same on the front, they display the large Universal logo on a dark blue background again the devil is in the detail which is shown on the back of the ticket.

The FlexTicket and FlexTicket Plus look different and are pretty easy to distinguish.

The Halloween Horror Tickets are similar to the 2 park and 3 park in the sense they look the same but the details on the back are the key.

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SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment

SeaWorld P & E covers SeaWorld, Aquatica, Busch Gardens and Discovery Cove. They are leading the way in new line technology and are currently distributing gate ready tickets via email and print outs.

The tickets offered by SeaWorld are individually to each customer and clearly display all the inclusions, the best bit about this tickets is the ability to create multiple copies incase of loss.

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So there you are, our guide to what your ticket will look like, we believe very shortly the Disney tickets may be altering slightly but we’ll keep you up to date on these developments.

Smiles included…


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