Orlando Florida FlexTicket

Our first trip to Orlando was in 2009 to visit Walt Disney World.  If you have ever been to Walt Disney World, you know that your best experience there is to stay at their on-site campground.  With all they have to do we only found ourselves leaving their property one time.

Orlando 2012We had an opportunity to travel to Orlando again this year so we decided that we would purchase an Orlando FlexTicket Plus.  This ticket allows you to visit SeaWorld, Universal Studios Florida, Islands of Adventure, Busch Gardens Tampa, Wet ‘n Wild, and Aquatica as many times as you want for up to fourteen consecutive days.  On top of that, you only have to pay parking once a day no matter how many different parks you go to.  The Orlando FlexTicket is the same as the Plus version but with a lower cost as it doesn’t include Busch Gardens Tampa.

Orlando 2012We picked the well landscaped and maintained Orlando/Kissimmee KOA as our home base.  The sites are clean and spacious with lots of grass.  We also found the staff to be friendly and attentive.  This campground is actually in Kissimmee about 20 minutes from the Universal parks and about 15 minutes from SeaWorld and the water parks.  It is an hour to Busch Gardens in Tampa, Florida.

Orlando 2012I would highly recommend that you consider the Orlando FlexTicket for your next vacation to Universal Orlando Resort and we were very pleased with our experience purchasing them from UndercoverTourist.  It made our trip more affordable and allowed us to experience more than we would have by buying separate park tickets.


Please see our post on Universal Orlando Resort for more information on that venue.

 

Happy camping!

Orlando Florida FlexTicket was last modified on 05/23/2014 by Rick
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