Posted Monday, July 16, 2007 9:12 AM | Contributed by Jeff
As the pound hit a 26-year high against the dollar last week, it emerged that some travel firms are still charging for theme-park tickets at year-old exchange rates – leaving families holidaying in Florida as much as £150 out of pocket. Internet brokers say they are now undercutting high-street travel agents by as much as 25% on entry prices to Disney World and Universal Studios in Orlando.
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