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Its Better To Book Now For October 2017

  • By Christian Armond
  • Published 10 November 2016
  • Revised 10 November 2016
Its Better To Book Now For October 2017
  • By Christian Armond
  • Published 10 November 2016
  • Revised 10 November 2016
Its Better To Book Now For October 2017
  • By Christian Armond
  • Published 10 November 2016
  • Revised 10 November 2016
October 2017 may seem like a long way away but we all know itll come around far too quickly, and before you know it youre approaching the end of the year without having been on holiday. So why not get organised early and have something to look forward too? Better still, right now is actually the perfect time to book for next October. Well tell you why? below.

Beat The Half Term Rush

With the kids off school, October half term is undoubtedly busy when it comes to travel. Book now to guarantee your flight and accommodation before availability becomes limited and youre left with less choice or having to pay more for something you couldve got cheaper.

Split The Cost

If you book now youll be able to pay an initial deposit and split the cost over a larger number of months meaning youll feel less effect on that piggy bank. You can choose exactly what you pay and when you pay, as long as the entire balance is paid 12 weeks before departure - so you wont have to pay the full balance until July 2017.

The Weather is Perfect

Aptly named the Sunshine State, Florida is blessed with year-round rays. However from May to September the humidity can be stifling and can make a day at the theme parks particularly difficult. During October, the temperature in the north and central Florida starts to drop giving you the perfect weather to enjoy the likes of Disney and Universal, whilst the weather in the south remains the same giving you wonderfully tropical temperatures for visiting the beach.

Less Queuing at Theme Parks

In October the school term in the States is in full swing meaning therell be less people at the major attractions. Queues for popular rides will be considerably shorter meaning you can spend less time waiting in line and more time soaking up the magic of Orlandos world-class theme parks.

Experience the Build-Up To Halloween

Americans know how to do Halloween, and they do Halloween BIG! See the streets of Florida transform as they prepare for this huge annual celebration and get the chance to experience the likes of Mickeys Not So Scary Halloween Party at Walt Disney World,Universals Halloween Horror Nights and Busch Gardens Howl-O-Scream which are only available during this time of year.

Plan Ahead
A longer wait for your holiday means you have even more time to plan ahead and ensure you make time to see and do everything. This is especially important for those wanting to experience the theme parks, particularly if you want to use pre-planning options enabling you to book time slots on rides or even character greetings and dining experiences. Use the extra time wisely and research the area, pick out your favourite dining spots and decide on your daily activities...you can never be too prepared!

Get Some Freebies

When you book an Orlando getaway during the month of November well give you complimentary tickets to the Wild Florida park where you can take a closer look at Floridas fascinating wildlife and beautiful scenery. As well as that, youll also be able to enjoy a thrilling 30-minute airboat ride across the waters where you may even spot an alligator or two!

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