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Book Now and save 50% on your Disneyland Paris stay
PLUS Kids under 7 stay and play FREE!

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Your holiday package includes:

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Accommodation in a Disney hotel
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Tickets for the 2 Disney® Parks for each day
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Breakfast
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PLUS Kids under 7 stay and play free!


Just book by noon 10th May 2010

for selected arrivals between 11th May 2010 and 30th July 2010


Terms & Conditions
*Offer valid on packages of 2N/3D or 3N/4D stays only.

Discount based on selected hotels and arrival dates.

Arrival Dates for 3D/2N package include: May 11,14,15,20,24,28th.June 12,20,21,27,28th. July 9-31th 2010.

Arrival Dates for 4D/3N package include: May 15,16,17,18. June 20,27th. July 9-31th 2010.


Offer valid for new bookings only, made by noon on 10th May 2010.
For each adult package booked, all children (under 7 on the arrival date) are offered the same package, up to max occupancy of hotel room.
Proof of age required at check-in. One paying adult per room, subject to availability.
During its validity period, the offer is valid in 1 Disney hotel per arrival date.
This hotel may change according to the booking date. If this offer is not available on your requested hotel, please select another hotel or another date.
Offer valid on standard rooms only. Transportation, other options or insurance are not included but can be added to your reservation. Subject to availability and Disneyland Paris standard terms & conditions - see brochure or http://www.disneylandparis.com for details
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#1
heat added-fab deal
#2
keep getting a server error :(

EDIT now keeps timing out after a few seconds :(:(

EDIT 2 its because of google chrome. works fine in IE
#3
fiddling with dates but seems a great deal
#4
Sequia lodge is coming up at 430 for 1 adult and 2 kids, accomodation only (no transport) how's that cheap?
#5
are we allowed to post tradedoubler links?
#6
monsteria
Sequia lodge is coming up at 430 for 1 adult and 2 kids, accomodation only (no transport) how's that cheap?


Because it includes breakfast and park tckets...I've just checked hopper prices and basically accommodation is free for that price.
#7
amazing deal!!
#8
well just tired for the 2 weeks when i'm off. most come up with nothing (even though its within the days they say)

cheapest i could get was £430 for 4 days which seems good, but its getting there. with flights it was £900!

its a far cry from our disney orlando holidays which usually cost £1500 for 2 weeks! & thats 7 parks (plus water parks!)
#9
quidditys_shore
well just tired for the 2 weeks when i'm off. most come up with nothing (even though its within the days they say)

cheapest i could get was £430 for 4 days which seems good, but its getting there. with flights it was £900!

its a far cry from our disney orlando holidays which usually cost £1500 for 2 weeks! & thats 7 parks (plus water parks!)


eurostar?
#10
shame its very limited dates i want a deal for october....
#11
magicbeans
eurostar?


would do if in the south, but from middlesbrough it'll be about £300 for the 2 of us!

the coach holidays are looking more appealing now! 5 day (although its 2 days of 10hrs travelling) for around £250 :)
#12
quidditys_shore
would do if in the south, but from middlesbrough it'll be about £300 for the 2 of us!

the coach holidays are looking more appealing now! 5 day (although its 2 days of 10hrs travelling) for around £250 :)


2 days of 10 hours isnt too bad - remember there will be stops and ferry breaks etc
#13
Does anyone know if this is genuinely 50% off - or is the £400 for 3D/2N that I got quoted for my preferred dates normally more likely to be £500 if I wasn't going for the "50%" offer ?
#14
fas702
Does anyone know if this is genuinely 50% off - or is the £400 for 3D/2N that I got quoted for my preferred dates normally more likely to be £500 if I wasn't going for the "50%" offer ?


I just checked on the disney site, and it appears to be literally twice as much if I booked without going through the offer for the same place and dates I picked, so it does seem a genuine offer.
#15
Hot hot hot!

I checked the 'tickets only' price for our family of 6 and it came to £574 (without the deal).:oops:

Using the deal, I just booked 2 nights 3 days for hotel (Davey Crockett Ranch) and tickets (flexible for both parks each day) in mid June for a stonking £444!:-D

With Quidco currently at 6.5 percent (usually 4.5 percent for Disney), I save another £29 so ALL IN it cost just £415:w00t:
#16
Points to the poster but would not say this is cheap. 2 nights for 2 adults and 2 young kids (with them going free) works out at £687 without travel. Madness!
#17
See, I shouldn't bother about the fact I'm going to DP in 6 weeks, but I do.

C'est la Vie.
#18
Hot deal on hotels! I'd advise booking direct with eurostar for trains though as they start from £69 return were Disney charge for the flexible ticket which is about £200/£250.
I booked when they had their offer a month ago 50% off for all dates amd booked eurostar for £69 return, saved a fortune.
#19
Hmmm...tempted to book a weekend on this offer to take both my daughters there :thinking:
#20
Agreed........
#21
for cheap travel go over by car, and use the tunnal and convert tesco clubcard points!! thats what me and wife did earlier this year. stay over local to tunnel in travel lodge night before! (we paid £444 for 3 nights 4 days in march and that included all meals for 2 adults 3 kids!!)
banned#22
i drove down last christmas, your own vehicle gives you freedom
#23
Just booked this........

2 adults & 1 child was £437 for 2 nights/3 days
(this included the standard half board option which added £98)

brilliant deal
#24
whilst this does seem to be a genuine reduction and is therefore a hot deal it is still stupidly expensive! £450 for 2 nights + travel! wow!
#25
Remember Quidco!!
#26
I had the same Email - Twice from them. Not as hot as what I paid in to go in March.

I paid for 5 days, 4 nights in Hotel Cheyenne for £408. (Even thats a bargain for 5 days!)
When we got to the hotel, we were advised that our booking was not at this hotel, we had been upgraded to the Seqouia Lodge for the same price. RESULT!

It was well worth the money, and if they do a offer like that again I will be returning!
#27
Looks like they have upped the origional price for this deal, we went 2 weeks ago, 2 adults, 2 kids one being 8 and the other 5 and a baby,for 2 nights at davy crockett and 3 days in the parks for £350 and that was the offer that was supposed to be 40% off.....
#28
booked for July, and just had quidco track at £30 ... thanks OP!
#29
web-site's minced:x
#30
Just booked....

2 adults 1 x 16 year old and 1 x 3 year old 3 nights Hotel Cheyenne) incl 4 day hopper passes £546
plus half board £207
return train from Newcastle to Kings Cross with family rail card £61
Return Eurostar from St Pancras to Disneyland Paris £217

Total £1,031.

I've been looking to book this trip at various stages throughout the year and this is by far the cheapest.
#31
anybody getting website runtime error? =(
#32
not sure if anyone's mentioned, but it's either 4.5 or 6.5% quidco I think....

also - I found booking eurostar seperately rather than through them much cheaper when I went in March (like, £480 for 5, first class out and standard back) - also, quidco on that too....
#33
Good deal
But don't bother it's Disney with attitude, staff were miserable and quite rude i wish i had saved up and done sunny happy Disney. Yes a lot more expensive but worth it for the better experience and memories.
If you do go i would definitely advice not to go in the school holidays i went at Easter the waiting times were up to 150 minutes on most rides by 12:00 on the rides that didn't break!!!!
Sorry but that is my just my view I'm not voting Cold thought because some people might like Mini Disney.
#34
Dazfergie - I think that might depend on the hotel.... the Disneyland hotel itself was great, staff were almost too helpful. The wife done the santa fe a few years back and apparently it was awful, not much better than staying in a travel lodge

but yes, I'd avoid weekends or holidays for the same reason if your kids are small enough to get away with it.
#35
Voted Hot, Just booked 3 Adults, 1 teenager, 2 Children and a <1 year old. Two rooms @ Sequoia lodge, 30 th July (summer Holidays!) ...............£867. Brilliant Deal. There were cheaper deals out there. Also found a more user friendly website that didn;t time out: http://www.disneylandparisdirect.com/

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