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A Deal on Disney Land Paris tickets?

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Looking at going in august and looking for a cheaper way of getting 2x Adult 3 Day Passes for both parks, if possible. I know the official route is probably the only way of getting them, but though… Read More
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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
Looking at going in august and looking for a cheaper way of getting 2x Adult 3 Day Passes for both parks, if possible.

I know the official route is probably the only way of getting them, but thought id post this incase im wrong
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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
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#1
When we went in February, the tickets were ordered through RPoints and we earned cash back on them.
#2
i got three adult day tickets on amazon marketplace for £40 for all three. me and my boyf went for two days, so we ended up buying another single adult ticket at our local disney store which had 15% off all other places like going places and thomsons, they seem to be the most reasonable. Deffo keep an eye on people selling them on amazon and ebay, make sure they dont expire by your date of travel, they all have various dates of expiry.

ps. if u dont mind me asking, how much did u pay for the 3 days 2 adults? wanting to go away again in nov/dec but prices are hectic!
#3
well, my friend knows a place to stay just on the outskirts of paris, so im leaving the hotel stuff up to her.
with apparently about €24 travel for 3 days to disneyland.

Im a bit dubious about buying them on ebay because then i wont know if they're legitimate until i get there :P
oh well, i suppose i should take a credit card.. just incase.

Ill have a look on ebay, thanks for the hint

Ive never used RPoints, but i did see that Quidco works on tickets at 6% apparently
#4
they should always show photos of the tickets, theyre credit card sized made of thinnish cardboard with pics of characters on the front. i was a bit worried about mine not being accepted, but risk paid off, i bought from a seller with a good lot of feedback, good luck with finding tickets, call instore to the disney shop, i think mines was £31 and the likes of Thomsons were £38 :)
#5
ps the village 'marnee la ville' is super close to disney, and hotels are much cheaper, and theyre new, theres a huge designer outlet at the village but prices are still steep, i got a guess handbag for 74 euros, slight bargain lol theres also a huge mall in that village, litrally across the road from the designer outlet, you will never make it from one side to the other, its huge, pity france is so expensive! :s

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