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Funway Holidays is promoting school holiday 2015 deals to Orlando for bookings made by September 30.


As examples, seven nights staying in a three-bedroom private home, based on two adults and two children aged under 12, costs from £859 per person for travel on August 20, including flights with British Airways from Gatwick. Guests wanting to stay for 14 nights pay an extra £120 per person and clients looking to purchase park tickets can save £50 when quoting TICX50.


Alternatively, a seven-night stay at the three-star Disney’s All Star Resorts costs from £939, based on a family of four sharing. Based on a July 11 departure, it includes flights with Thomas Cook Airlines from Manchester. Agents can add £262 per person extra for clients wanting to stay 14 nights, while up to £75 savings are available for park tickets (quote TICX75).


A seven-night stay at the three-star Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort is also being offered, with prices for an August 20 departure leading in at £939, including flights with Thomas Cook Airlines from Manchester.


For more information see www.funway4agents.co.uk

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