#WIN Ultimate Disney tickets. A fortnight in Florida’s theme parks for two! Worth up to £800.


This month we are running a special giveaway. A lucky visitor to the blog will win Ultimate Disney tickets. This pair of 14-day passes allow you and a partner, friend or family member into the six Disney theme parks in Orlando, Florida. The prize comes courtesy of Ocean Florida, who some great offers on Disney trips. They’ll award the tickets to the person who’s picked at random from the rafflecopter, which you’ll find at the bottom of this post.

I’m excited for the winner. All the best of luck to everyone who enters.

The land of spectacle, magic and light is a place I’ve always wanted to visit. I still haven’t been, though – I need to change that soon! To help anyone who’s going – whether or not you win the Ultimate Disney tickets – I asked some travel blogging friends for their top tips on visiting Disney Florida with children.

Prepare to dress like a prince or princess

Karen from Mini Travellers said:

“We, like many of you, have a full box of Disney fancy dress, so we packed it. If you stuff it in a zip-lock bag it actually presses down quite small, and your little ones can wear their very own outfits to meet the characters. Then you won’t have to buy it there when you’ve realised they ‘need’ it.”

Pick an accommodation option that suits you

Lisa from Travel Loving Family says:

“There are many pro’s to staying in a Disney resort hotel, including the exclusive time hotel guests have to enjoy the parks before they officially open to the public. But I would personally enjoy the extra room a private villa with a pool can provide, for evening BBQ’s and relaxing in the evenings with my husband.”

Dress for the weather

Carrie from Flying with a Baby said:

“bring a cheap poncho with you – or buy one for $1 at Walmart. They are more expensive in the park, and when we visited, child sizes had sold out in some stores onsite.”

Plan your time at Disney – but remember to go with the flow

Jennifer from Jen’s Little World says:

“Plan to do as many of the big rides as you can in the first few hours while the park is quieter, then you can do the larger capacity attractions, like the shows and parades, during the busier parts of the day.”

Chloe from Sorry about the Mess says:

“Have a plan for each day, but also be prepared that the plan might need to change. Sometimes the happiest way is to just go with the flow.”


Do you have any tips for visiting Disney, with or without kids?


a Rafflecopter giveaway

This competition is in partnership with Ocean Florida. Ocean Florida is entirely responsible for the content and administration of the giveaway.

  • This competition is open to residents of the UK and the US only and the closing date for entries is midnight May 31st 2018.
  • No cash alternative to the prize will be offered. All elements of the prize are non-transferable and subject to availability.
  • The prize must be taken in 2018.
  • Ocean Holidays reserve the right to cancel or amend the competition and the terms and conditions without
    any notice. Your details will not be passed onto any third parties.
  • The Walt Disney Company Limited, and the Pigeon Pair and Me, have no responsibility whatsoever with the running
    of this prize draw, and shall not be liable for any losses, damages or costs should a reader make any claim against the Promoter as a result of the running of this Prize draw.


  • Kerri-Ann
    May 2, 2018 at 10:09 am

    Such a great competition, fingers crossed as we just booked for April 2019!

    • Nell
      May 2, 2018 at 10:38 am

      ooh – that’s so exciting! I’ll keep everything crossed for you. x

  • Gretta - Mums do travel
    May 10, 2018 at 9:10 am

    What a fantastic prize!

  • Annette Krapek
    May 11, 2018 at 9:22 pm

    Would be nice to take sons.

  • Pablo Heras Palacios
    May 30, 2018 at 12:14 am

    Amazing prize!! I had the opportunity to visit the one in Paris so I can’t wait to visit the one in Florida


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