Don’t forget multi-park tickets when booking US theme park breaks – they save clients money while earning you welcome commission.
Here we look at some of the options available, and what ticketing agents such as Keith Prowse Attraction Tickets and Attraction World can offer travel agents:
Unlimited access to five Florida parks – Universal Studios, Wet ‘n’ Wild, Universal Islands of Adventure, SeaWorld Orlando and Aquatica over 14 days.
Funway Holidays customers can pre-purchase the tickets from £172 per adult and £157 per child (aged three to nine).
A slightly more expensive option, Orlando FlexTicket PLUS, features entry to Busch Gardens.
Universal Orlando Resort 2-Park Bonus Ticket
Admission to Universal Studios Florida and Universal’s Island of Adventure, plus access to the live entertainment at Universal City Walk for up to 14 consecutive days for £89 (child from £85).
A 3-Park version, costing £109 (child from £99), includes entry to Wet ‘n’ Wild.
Disney Ultimate Ticket
Unlimited access to Disney’s four main Orlando parks (the Magic Kingdom, Disney-MGM Studios, Epcot and the Animal Kingdom), plus other Disney attractions such as the Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon water parks. Durations are 14 or 21 days.
The cheaper Premium Ticket limits access to the other Disney attractions to six admissions. Durations are five or seven days.
All You Need combination
The 2 Week All You Need combination is Keith Prowse Attraction Tickets’ most popular offering. It includes Disney’s 7-Day Premium Ticket, the 2-Day Ticket to SeaWorld and Aquatica, the Universal Orlando Resort 2-Park Bonus Ticket and an Arabian Nights Dinner Show for £399 (children three to nine £355).
The total potential saving is £224 for a family of four (based on two adults and two children over nine).
Attraction World says its new option, which combines the Disney Ultimate and Orlando Flex Ticket Plus, offers a potential saving of more than £100 against buying the passes separately.
Southern California CityPass
Offers savings of up to 30% on visits to attractions in the SoCal region such as Disneyland and Universal Studios Hollywood.
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