2 nights B&B & 3 days Disneyland Paris park entry from £95 per adult - HotUKDeals
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Two nights B&B & three days Disneyland Paris park entry from £95 per adult deal at Disneyland Paris... price based on 4 adults sharing.

PLUS 2 kids aged 3 - 11 years old can go free.

This deal is from Sky TV. There seem to be quite a few options and terms & conditions which are all quite confusing, so please read the details in the image in the first comment, or click on the direct "Go to deal" link, to check if this is the right deal for you.

Book before 31/10/2009.

Hope it works out for someone!
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Am I being dumb ??
but if its free child offer why does price jump up to £169 per adult = £338 and if 4 adults go its only £95 = £380 ??
Am I being dumb ??
but if its free child offer why does price jump up to £169 per adult = £338 and if 4 adults go its only £95 = £380 ??

I wondered that too
Still got to pay for travel too, which in my case would be pretty expensive for 5 of us. Would rather wait and go when days a bit brighter. If you can get cheap flights/Eurostar then would be worthwhile for a quick break.
Very misleading (not the OP, but the actual offer)

Adverts describes pricing for 2 adults and 2 children, but actual gives the price for 4 adults. Ah well, guess I got excited for nothing.

What's to stop you paying for 4 adult tickets, but using them for children?
Looking at the prices you would be better off going to disney web site direct, as they have got all your meals free if book before 15th i think it is.

We just booked at the santa fe for 2 adults and 2 kids 1 infant for 3 nights 4 days with all meals for £444 - plus 6% back on quidco!!
Hmm, I just booked the a simialr thing, same number of guests, same location, but with 2nights 3days and it came up £462 (clearly, available dates have affected this) - I'm sure it used to be cheaper than this... what we need is a discount code...
sorry but that is no cheaper than booking it direct with them, i booked 4 nights 5 days for 2 adults and 2 children including all food and park passes in march next year for £518 with 6% quidco last week
Sorry, might be being dumb but does it mean you have to have 4 adults going in order to get the prices @ £95? or, can u get a room for 4 people but only 2 go?
Still really annoys me that Disney, the home of all go family entertainment think that families come in 4 fours. No rooms at all for families with more. The cost to split is large.
Its pretty clear to me - you pay per adult and so that table shows the "per adult" price. The heading does say from £95 per head which it is

The cheapest PER ADULT HEAD price is with 4 adults sharing. If you have 2 adults you pay the same per adult even if you take 2 children with you, so children are free

No idea if this is good value if you factor in travel - all I do know is that in November the weather will be just like here so you take your chances big time

Also in term time so no good for those with school kids (like us)
At the moment on their website disney are also offering free meals....
Very good!
Based on 4 adults sharing PLUS 2 kids can go free!! My question is, is there room under the bed for the two kids? Very misleading indeed - and when does an average family consist of 4 people - most couples I know have at least 3 kids.
Ridiculous that it costs £95 each between four, yet £168 each when two adults sharing.
Another one here with three children so will work out quite expensive to split the rooms, shame was going to suprise the kidneys....
4 adults @ £95 each = £380 for the room.
2 adults @ £168 each = £336 for the same room

So the best value per head is if there are four adults. But if there are only two adults, the room cost is cheaper in total. Not hard to work out really.
Really only of value if

All people are adults ( and disneyland paris as opposed to the stateside operations is more children orientated )


You have young children (<5) and not in school


You take your kids out of school! hmmm

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