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wanted 2 book a 3day 2nite break via eurostar 4 2 adults+2 (7-11)kids + 1 2-year old (off peak) found an offer (£650) but wondering if there was any cheaper offer or whether it was better 2 build own…
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8y, 2w agoPosted 8 years, 2 weeks ago
wanted 2 book a 3day 2nite break via eurostar 4 2 adults+2 (7-11)kids + 1 2-year old (off peak) found an offer (£650) but wondering if there was any cheaper offer or whether it was better 2 build own package (ie buy park tickets/accomodation/eurostar) separately. Any ideas????

many thnx in advance
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8y, 2w agoPosted 8 years, 2 weeks ago
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Is this for a Disney Hotel or off site?

Most find it cheaper to buy their eurostar tickets and disney hotel seperately but it all depends on what deals you are getting and what dates.

There is a deal for kids under seven travelling and getting in free to the parcs and also a 40% offer on the official disney website for certain dates and hotels.

When i went i joined DISboards.com which is a forum for disney people, there is a section on there for Disneyland Paris that has lots of info on the hotels there and peoples experiences. It helped me out an awful lot when i went last year and saved me lots of money with their hints and tips.

eurostar seem to be doing some good package deals themselves which may be worth a look if you can play with your dates. expedia also sometimes has some hidden gems.

Getting Parc passes if your going to go again can also save you a lot of money and it gives you hotel discount on your next trip. as im already a pass holder i can sponser you and save you 15% too. So let me know :o)

My id is the same on DISboards if you need any help

Glenn

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