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Disneyland Paris Day Pass BOGOF including February half term 45 EUR / £35.50 plus child goes free with every paying adult

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Disneyland Paris have a BOGOF deal on tickets on their French website at the moment, which would be ideal for those planning to visit during the February half term. Every adult pass ( 45 EUR on weekda… Read More
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Disneyland Paris have a BOGOF deal on tickets on their French website at the moment, which would be ideal for those planning to visit during the February half term. Every adult pass ( 45 EUR on weekdays, 55 EUR on weekends) entitles you to a free children's pass, which usually cost about the same as an adult ticket. Please note that these are 1 day 1 park passes- 1 day 2 park ones cost 60 EUR each but most people advise against visiting Disney Studios anyway.

So for a family of 4, the passes would work out to around £ 140 or £ 35 each for 2 days as opposed to the normal price of around £ 100 each.

This deal works out a lot cheaper than some of the other 'children stay/play free' deals that Disney regularly run since they require you to stay for 4 or more days and come bundled with their crappy and overpriced resort hotel options, which usually end up bumping the price significantly. This would also suit those planning shorter breaks which are not usually included in offers.

You can find much better value accommodation minutes from the Park, for instance Hipark, which are much nicer and additionally offer you cheaper eating options as well.

http://www.hipark-residences.com/web/h/fr/accueil-j_6.html

I haven't worked out a head to head comparison with Disney's own 'offers'  but I would expect this deal to represent a significant saving, especially for those planning a visit during the February half term.

To book

-Change language selection on the Disneyland Paris website to 'France' and 'Ill De France'. Use Chrome or similar browser with auto translate as the French website is..ahem..in French

-You should see the deal displayed on the Welcome page, if not, click on ticket offers to find it.

-Price of passes and valid periods are displayed on the offer page

-Enter your UK address in the address box although the country is set to 'France' by default. It should not matter as the tickets are not posted out anymore (FWIW I used the address of the hotel I would be staying in)

-Choose tickets, complete payment and print out the passes

Edit:

Those looking for accommodation, check out http://www.laterooms.com-plenty of decent choices there for half term week, for instance, family suite (sleeps 4) at Hipark £220 for 2 nights

http://www.laterooms.com/en/hotel-reservations/264574_hipark-serris-val-d-europe-serris.aspx

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Disneyland isn't a cheap break. Just a word of warning, here are a few costs

£120 in fuel and tolls (I live 140 miles from home to Dover), total of about 700 mile round trip.

£60-£80 cheap ferry

£40 ish cheap hotel per night.

Food and drink in Disney can set you back £25 each easily a day.

Parking about £10 a day

£40 for AA European cover, possibly cheaper with other companies, unless you already have cover.

Health insurance extra, check your bank account may include travel insurance

Exchange rate is 1.25 € to £, not great, but better than it has been for a while

You have to allow upto 4hrs from calais to Dover with a stop. With 7-8 hrs driving to return to Calais, to make the most of the tickets, I'd stay 3 nights if going for 2 days in the parks so you get a full days. But seeing as you have spent a fair bit getting there it may be worth 2-3 days in the parks if you have never been. The last time I went was when the exchange rate was 1.4 and had 3 days in the parks , 4 nights in hotel, all the above cost. Spending over £1000 for 3 days in the cold, miserable parks. So we decided to never return and have been to florida twice since, booking last minute, our last trip in June cost £5000 for a luxury villa with pool, massive suv, ate out all the time, flights, treats, disney and universal tickets, photopass for the memories. If you ever get the chance to go to Florida, you won't go back to Paris, but if you have never been Parc Astrix is great and so is Disney Studios.

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#2
Tempted. Any good hotel dewls to go with this.
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meshosa
Tempted. Any good hotel dewls to go with this.

I am staying at Hipark..its got fab reviews on TA, is very close to RER/supermarkets/McDonalds and offers a free shuttle to the Park which is 5 mins away.Studios with kitchennette are available from £55/night during the half term through Venere/travelsupermarket etc.Works out to £88 pp for a family of 4 for 2 days/nights including tickets. Eurostar returns £69 for adults and £40 odd for kids.

There may be cheaper options about though.
#4
Hi I am trying to book it but i can not find offers. Could you give website and step by step guide. many thanks
#5
ghunj
Hi I am trying to book it but i can not find offers. Could you give website and step by step guide. many thanks

You need to go on to the French website- change 'language' at the very top of the UK website to France. the ad banner is on the welcome page. Use a browser that can translate French.
#6
I used the French website to buy tickets for last August, printed tickets off at home it was great no queuing at turnstiles or waiting to pick tickets up like a lot of other people at the park. Just head for the French turnstile at the beginning of park. They did ask if I was French lol I said my brother lives here ;)
#7
fifthcolumn
ghunj
Hi I am trying to book it but i can not find offers. Could you give website and step by step guide. many thanks

You need to go on to the French website- change 'language' at the very top of the UK website to France. the ad banner is on the welcome page. Use a browser that can translate French.

Sorry to be a pain, I managed to translate, now I can not extend the offer from one day to three days. I am going as 2 adults and 2 kids and I only get offer for one day pass......
#8
ghunj
fifthcolumn
ghunj
Hi I am trying to book it but i can not find offers. Could you give website and step by step guide. many thanks

You need to go on to the French website- change 'language' at the very top of the UK website to France. the ad banner is on the welcome page. Use a browser that can translate French.

Sorry to be a pain, I managed to translate, now I can not extend the offer from one day to three days. I am going as 2 adults and 2 kids and I only get offer for one day pass......

It is like just 1 day offer, not possible to be 2+ days.
1 Like #9
ghunj
fifthcolumn
ghunj
Hi I am trying to book it but i can not find offers. Could you give website and step by step guide. many thanks

You need to go on to the French website- change 'language' at the very top of the UK website to France. the ad banner is on the welcome page. Use a browser that can translate French.

Sorry to be a pain, I managed to translate, now I can not extend the offer from one day to three days. I am going as 2 adults and 2 kids and I only get offer for one day pass......

These tickets are not date specific. Just buy 3 and use them on consecutive days..
1 Like #10
Went there last year and had a great time. Its quite easy to get there wherever you are in a paris because they have a train line (RER A) which stops outside the park.
#11
sy8111
ghunj
fifthcolumn
ghunj
Hi I am trying to book it but i can not find offers. Could you give website and step by step guide. many thanks

You need to go on to the French website- change 'language' at the very top of the UK website to France. the ad banner is on the welcome page. Use a browser that can translate French.

Sorry to be a pain, I managed to translate, now I can not extend the offer from one day to three days. I am going as 2 adults and 2 kids and I only get offer for one day pass......

It is like just 1 day offer, not possible to be 2+ days.

These are day tickets so you can buy more than one if you're planning a longer stay..
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Disneyland isn't a cheap break. Just a word of warning, here are a few costs

£120 in fuel and tolls (I live 140 miles from home to Dover), total of about 700 mile round trip.

£60-£80 cheap ferry

£40 ish cheap hotel per night.

Food and drink in Disney can set you back £25 each easily a day.

Parking about £10 a day

£40 for AA European cover, possibly cheaper with other companies, unless you already have cover.

Health insurance extra, check your bank account may include travel insurance

Exchange rate is 1.25 € to £, not great, but better than it has been for a while

You have to allow upto 4hrs from calais to Dover with a stop. With 7-8 hrs driving to return to Calais, to make the most of the tickets, I'd stay 3 nights if going for 2 days in the parks so you get a full days. But seeing as you have spent a fair bit getting there it may be worth 2-3 days in the parks if you have never been. The last time I went was when the exchange rate was 1.4 and had 3 days in the parks , 4 nights in hotel, all the above cost. Spending over £1000 for 3 days in the cold, miserable parks. So we decided to never return and have been to florida twice since, booking last minute, our last trip in June cost £5000 for a luxury villa with pool, massive suv, ate out all the time, flights, treats, disney and universal tickets, photopass for the memories. If you ever get the chance to go to Florida, you won't go back to Paris, but if you have never been Parc Astrix is great and so is Disney Studios.
#13
paul.jacobs
Disneyland isn't a cheap break. Just a word of warning, here are a few costs

£120 in fuel and tolls (I live 140 miles from home to Dover), total of about 700 mile round trip.

£60-£80 cheap ferry

£40 ish cheap hotel per night.

Food and drink in Disney can set you back £25 each easily a day.

Parking about £10 a day

£40 for AA European cover, possibly cheaper with other companies, unless you already have cover.

Health insurance extra, check your bank account may include travel insurance

Exchange rate is 1.25 € to £, not great, but better than it has been for a while

You have to allow upto 4hrs from calais to Dover with a stop. With 7-8 hrs driving to return to Calais, to make the most of the tickets, I'd stay 3 nights if going for 2 days in the parks so you get a full days. But seeing as you have spent a fair bit getting there it may be worth 2-3 days in the parks if you have never been. The last time I went was when the exchange rate was 1.4 and had 3 days in the parks , 4 nights in hotel, all the above cost. Spending over £1000 for 3 days in the cold, miserable parks. So we decided to never return and have been to florida twice since, booking last minute, our last trip in June cost £5000 for a luxury villa with pool, massive suv, ate out all the time, flights, treats, disney and universal tickets, photopass for the memories. If you ever get the chance to go to Florida, you won't go back to Paris, but if you have never been Parc Astrix is great and so is Disney Studios.

Much appreciated. So you mean quality of Florida Disney is better, right?
#14
I personally prefer to stay in a disney hotel although I'm having trouble finding a direct Eurostar train in March, the options all appear to have a change in Lille :-(
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paul.jacobs
Disneyland isn't a cheap break. Just a word of warning, here are a few costs

£120 in fuel and tolls (I live 140 miles from home to Dover), total of about 700 mile round trip.

£60-£80 cheap ferry

£40 ish cheap hotel per night.

Food and drink in Disney can set you back £25 each easily a day.

Parking about £10 a day

£40 for AA European cover, possibly cheaper with other companies, unless you already have cover.

Health insurance extra, check your bank account may include travel insurance

Exchange rate is 1.25 € to £, not great, but better than it has been for a while

You have to allow upto 4hrs from calais to Dover with a stop. With 7-8 hrs driving to return to Calais, to make the most of the tickets, I'd stay 3 nights if going for 2 days in the parks so you get a full days. But seeing as you have spent a fair bit getting there it may be worth 2-3 days in the parks if you have never been. The last time I went was when the exchange rate was 1.4 and had 3 days in the parks , 4 nights in hotel, all the above cost. Spending over £1000 for 3 days in the cold, miserable parks. So we decided to never return and have been to florida twice since, booking last minute, our last trip in June cost £5000 for a luxury villa with pool, massive suv, ate out all the time, flights, treats, disney and universal tickets, photopass for the memories. If you ever get the chance to go to Florida, you won't go back to Paris, but if you have never been Parc Astrix is great and so is Disney Studios.

I am getting the Eurostar- £ 69 return for adults, free for under 4s and £ 40 ish for 4-11 y.o-much cheaper than driving there IMO
#16
paul.jacobs
Disneyland isn't a cheap break. Just a word of warning, here are a few costs
£120 in fuel and tolls (I live 140 miles from home to Dover), total of about 700 mile round trip.
£60-£80 cheap ferry
£40 ish cheap hotel per night.
Food and drink in Disney can set you back £25 each easily a day.
Parking about £10 a day
£40 for AA European cover, possibly cheaper with other companies, unless you already have cover.
Health insurance extra, check your bank account may include travel insurance
Exchange rate is 1.25 € to £, not great, but better than it has been for a while
You have to allow upto 4hrs from calais to Dover with a stop. With 7-8 hrs driving to return to Calais, to make the most of the tickets, I'd stay 3 nights if going for 2 days in the parks so you get a full days. But seeing as you have spent a fair bit getting there it may be worth 2-3 days in the parks if you have never been. The last time I went was when the exchange rate was 1.4 and had 3 days in the parks , 4 nights in hotel, all the above cost. Spending over £1000 for 3 days in the cold, miserable parks. So we decided to never return and have been to florida twice since, booking last minute, our last trip in June cost £5000 for a luxury villa with pool, massive suv, ate out all the time, flights, treats, disney and universal tickets, photopass for the memories. If you ever get the chance to go to Florida, you won't go back to Paris, but if you have never been Parc Astrix is great and so is Disney Studios.
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I have to agree, I wouldnt want to go Disney Paris esp in Feb where it will be cold and wet. Ive been to Florida and the one in LA over the years and it is really good. I cannot say Disney Paris has any appeal, knowing the french everything will be over priced.
#18
Good deal. We always get our tickets from http://www.ce-multiavantages.com/260/disneyland.html although you do have to pay a joining fee, normally get great deals on annual passes here though.

Disney World definitely better but Paris helps keep away the Disney blues for a little while :)
#19
I'm trying to figure out the cheapest option to get there from Leeds. Where is the best place to look for cheap flights or train travel?
#20
So how do I book my hotel and travel ticket without knowing my one day pass ticket date????
#21
sylhety
So how do I book my hotel and travel ticket without knowing my one day pass ticket date????

These tickets are open ended i.e. valid for the dates shown on the booking page. You can use them on any date of your choice during the period.
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fifthcolumn
sylhety
So how do I book my hotel and travel ticket without knowing my one day pass ticket date????

These tickets are open ended i.e. valid for the dates shown on the booking page. You can use them on any date of your choice during the period.

Thank you so much
#23
When is this valid to? Can I book promotion for June?
#24
scouser100000
When is this valid to? Can I book promotion for June?

Think its valid until end of March at the mo
#25
As a guide, we booked the on site hotel sequila lodge (inc brekkie) for 4 nights/5 days tkts for this feb half term £500 total for 2a+2c through official DLP website back in April/May last year. Hence this is an ok 'late' deal but not as good as if you plan ahead...
#26
fifthcolumn
paul.jacobs
Disneyland isn't a cheap break. Just a word of warning, here are a few costs

£120 in fuel and tolls (I live 140 miles from home to Dover), total of about 700 mile round trip.

£60-£80 cheap ferry

£40 ish cheap hotel per night.

Food and drink in Disney can set you back £25 each easily a day.

Parking about £10 a day

£40 for AA European cover, possibly cheaper with other companies, unless you already have cover.

Health insurance extra, check your bank account may include travel insurance

Exchange rate is 1.25 € to £, not great, but better than it has been for a while

You have to allow upto 4hrs from calais to Dover with a stop. With 7-8 hrs driving to return to Calais, to make the most of the tickets, I'd stay 3 nights if going for 2 days in the parks so you get a full days. But seeing as you have spent a fair bit getting there it may be worth 2-3 days in the parks if you have never been. The last time I went was when the exchange rate was 1.4 and had 3 days in the parks , 4 nights in hotel, all the above cost. Spending over £1000 for 3 days in the cold, miserable parks. So we decided to never return and have been to florida twice since, booking last minute, our last trip in June cost £5000 for a luxury villa with pool, massive suv, ate out all the time, flights, treats, disney and universal tickets, photopass for the memories. If you ever get the chance to go to Florida, you won't go back to Paris, but if you have never been Parc Astrix is great and so is Disney Studios.

I am getting the Eurostar- £ 69 return for adults, free for under 4s and £ 40 ish for 4-11 y.o-much cheaper than driving there IMO

I am going in the Feb half term, found that Euro star was very expensive unless you wanted to travel late at night and make several changes it was £125 per adult each way !! there is a company on ebay also selling those adult plus child tickets for £52 super trips I think, seems a good deal. For anyone who has been before do you think 2 whole days is enough with 2 young children or 3 ?
thanks
#27
paul.jacobs
Disneyland isn't a cheap break. Just a word of warning, here are a few costs

£120 in fuel and tolls (I live 140 miles from home to Dover), total of about 700 mile round trip.

£60-£80 cheap ferry

£40 ish cheap hotel per night.

Food and drink in Disney can set you back £25 each easily a day.

Parking about £10 a day

£40 for AA European cover, possibly cheaper with other companies, unless you already have cover.

Health insurance extra, check your bank account may include travel insurance

Exchange rate is 1.25 € to £, not great, but better than it has been for a while

You have to allow upto 4hrs from calais to Dover with a stop. With 7-8 hrs driving to return to Calais, to make the most of the tickets, I'd stay 3 nights if going for 2 days in the parks so you get a full days. But seeing as you have spent a fair bit getting there it may be worth 2-3 days in the parks if you have never been. The last time I went was when the exchange rate was 1.4 and had 3 days in the parks , 4 nights in hotel, all the above cost. Spending over £1000 for 3 days in the cold, miserable parks. So we decided to never return and have been to florida twice since, booking last minute, our last trip in June cost £5000 for a luxury villa with pool, massive suv, ate out all the time, flights, treats, disney and universal tickets, photopass for the memories. If you ever get the chance to go to Florida, you won't go back to Paris, but if you have never been Parc Astrix is great and so is Disney Studios.


Interesting to read. I am curious as to how many went when you did this at Disneyland Paris and what year you went (price increases). Only wondering so I can compare to what I have paid to go direct.

We are going (school holidays) 29th March for 4 nights, 5days. Our group is 2 adults & 4 children aged 9yrs, 7yrs, 5yrs & 21months. It was on offer that they are currently advertising for from 1st April this year . Due to our group size Davvy Crockhett (sp) was our accommodation and it was self drive option, so therefore ferry was included. Happy with this as means can do some sightseeing whilst in France. We dedided to add on a food package to make it easier (half board plus seemed most fitting for us). In total we have paid £1320 for their accommodation, food package, ferry & passes. Our extra cost being the fuel cost and some food (and buying merchandise). We have holiday insurance & breakdown cover already (as well as passports).

Might be worthwhile people considering both options before making any bookings.
#28
Easy jet Luton To Paris CDG £60 return. Private return taxi to CDG £95 for family of 4. Again, when you plan ahead...
#29
Good deal but word of warning. due to the time of year not all the rides will be open. You will be lucky if half of them are.
#30
triggsy
fifthcolumn
paul.jacobs
Disneyland isn't a cheap break. Just a word of warning, here are a few costs

£120 in fuel and tolls (I live 140 miles from home to Dover), total of about 700 mile round trip.

£60-£80 cheap ferry

£40 ish cheap hotel per night.

Food and drink in Disney can set you back £25 each easily a day.

Parking about £10 a day

£40 for AA European cover, possibly cheaper with other companies, unless you already have cover.

Health insurance extra, check your bank account may include travel insurance

Exchange rate is 1.25 € to £, not great, but better than it has been for a while

You have to allow upto 4hrs from calais to Dover with a stop. With 7-8 hrs driving to return to Calais, to make the most of the tickets, I'd stay 3 nights if going for 2 days in the parks so you get a full days. But seeing as you have spent a fair bit getting there it may be worth 2-3 days in the parks if you have never been. The last time I went was when the exchange rate was 1.4 and had 3 days in the parks , 4 nights in hotel, all the above cost. Spending over £1000 for 3 days in the cold, miserable parks. So we decided to never return and have been to florida twice since, booking last minute, our last trip in June cost £5000 for a luxury villa with pool, massive suv, ate out all the time, flights, treats, disney and universal tickets, photopass for the memories. If you ever get the chance to go to Florida, you won't go back to Paris, but if you have never been Parc Astrix is great and so is Disney Studios.

I am getting the Eurostar- £ 69 return for adults, free for under 4s and £ 40 ish for 4-11 y.o-much cheaper than driving there IMO

I am going in the Feb half term, found that Euro star was very expensive unless you wanted to travel late at night and make several changes it was £125 per adult each way !! there is a company on ebay also selling those adult plus child tickets for £52 super trips I think, seems a good deal. For anyone who has been before do you think 2 whole days is enough with 2 young children or 3 ?
thanks

Funny that...I had posted a deal from Supertrips here a while ago but it was removed by mods on the basis that the vendor was dodgy. There was a long thread on TA about them after one of the owners made fake postings endorsing their own company.They turned out to be a husband wife duo in the end but the website has been rehashed recently,which suggests to me that they have been bought out. I havent seen their Ebay listing but £52 per ticket seems quite expensive. I paid £ 35 using this deal.

I booked my travel a few days ago so it's possible that the cheaper fares have run out for those dates. Megabus still have returns for £40 but its a 7 1/2 hour journey. You'll be better off driving in that case.

From what I've read, 2-3 days are plenty to visit all attractions at DLP.In any case, this deal would not save you a lot of money if you are planning to stay more than 3 days as DLP (French site) frequently have quite competitive deals for longer stays.
#31
Good deal but word of warning. due to the time of year not all the rides will be open. You will be lucky if half of them are.
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fifthcolumn
triggsy
fifthcolumn
paul.jacobs
Disneyland isn't a cheap break. Just a word of warning, here are a few costs

£120 in fuel and tolls (I live 140 miles from home to Dover), total of about 700 mile round trip.

£60-£80 cheap ferry

£40 ish cheap hotel per night.

Food and drink in Disney can set you back £25 each easily a day.

Parking about £10 a day

£40 for AA European cover, possibly cheaper with other companies, unless you already have cover.

Health insurance extra, check your bank account may include travel insurance

Exchange rate is 1.25 € to £, not great, but better than it has been for a while

You have to allow upto 4hrs from calais to Dover with a stop. With 7-8 hrs driving to return to Calais, to make the most of the tickets, I'd stay 3 nights if going for 2 days in the parks so you get a full days. But seeing as you have spent a fair bit getting there it may be worth 2-3 days in the parks if you have never been. The last time I went was when the exchange rate was 1.4 and had 3 days in the parks , 4 nights in hotel, all the above cost. Spending over £1000 for 3 days in the cold, miserable parks. So we decided to never return and have been to florida twice since, booking last minute, our last trip in June cost £5000 for a luxury villa with pool, massive suv, ate out all the time, flights, treats, disney and universal tickets, photopass for the memories. If you ever get the chance to go to Florida, you won't go back to Paris, but if you have never been Parc Astrix is great and so is Disney Studios.

I am getting the Eurostar- £ 69 return for adults, free for under 4s and £ 40 ish for 4-11 y.o-much cheaper than driving there IMO

I am going in the Feb half term, found that Euro star was very expensive unless you wanted to travel late at night and make several changes it was £125 per adult each way !! there is a company on ebay also selling those adult plus child tickets for £52 super trips I think, seems a good deal. For anyone who has been before do you think 2 whole days is enough with 2 young children or 3 ?
thanks

Funny that...I had posted a deal from Supertrips here a while ago but it was removed by mods on the basis that the vendor was dodgy. There was a long thread on TA about them after one of the owners made fake postings endorsing their own company.They turned out to be a husband wife duo in the end but the website has been rehashed recently,which suggests to me that they have been bought out. I havent seen their Ebay listing but £52 per ticket seems quite expensive. I paid £ 35 using this deal.

I booked my travel a few days ago so it's possible that the cheaper fares have run out for those dates. Megabus still have returns for £40 but its a 7 1/2 hour journey. You'll be better off driving in that case.

From what I've read, 2-3 days are plenty to visit all attractions at DLP.In any case, this deal would not save you a lot of money if you are planning to stay more than 3 days as DLP (French site) frequently have quite competitive deals for longer stays.

Thanks for your reply, they have very little feedback on the ebay site and one recent that does not read great hence why I was holding off booking, we are either going to the parks for 2 or 3 days hence my earlier question, they all do a deal 4 for 3 but we want 3 for 2 lol ! will look at the disney site in french if firefox can translate it for me?
I dont fancy the bus my idea was to drive (euro tunnel for £120 return, plus £100 diesel round trip max), the euro star was coming out at over £300 for 2 adults and 1x 5 year old return we are limited on specific days mind. Another problem we found with the euro star is getting to one of the stations have not used the train for a while they wanted £100 from Gloucester to St Pancs ! not a cheap short break at all lol hence now driving
#33
triggsy
fifthcolumn
triggsy
fifthcolumn
paul.jacobs
Disneyland isn't a cheap break. Just a word of warning, here are a few costs

£120 in fuel and tolls (I live 140 miles from home to Dover), total of about 700 mile round trip.

£60-£80 cheap ferry

£40 ish cheap hotel per night.

Food and drink in Disney can set you back £25 each easily a day.

Parking about £10 a day

£40 for AA European cover, possibly cheaper with other companies, unless you already have cover.

Health insurance extra, check your bank account may include travel insurance

Exchange rate is 1.25 € to £, not great, but better than it has been for a while

You have to allow upto 4hrs from calais to Dover with a stop. With 7-8 hrs driving to return to Calais, to make the most of the tickets, I'd stay 3 nights if going for 2 days in the parks so you get a full days. But seeing as you have spent a fair bit getting there it may be worth 2-3 days in the parks if you have never been. The last time I went was when the exchange rate was 1.4 and had 3 days in the parks , 4 nights in hotel, all the above cost. Spending over £1000 for 3 days in the cold, miserable parks. So we decided to never return and have been to florida twice since, booking last minute, our last trip in June cost £5000 for a luxury villa with pool, massive suv, ate out all the time, flights, treats, disney and universal tickets, photopass for the memories. If you ever get the chance to go to Florida, you won't go back to Paris, but if you have never been Parc Astrix is great and so is Disney Studios.

I am getting the Eurostar- £ 69 return for adults, free for under 4s and £ 40 ish for 4-11 y.o-much cheaper than driving there IMO

I am going in the Feb half term, found that Euro star was very expensive unless you wanted to travel late at night and make several changes it was £125 per adult each way !! there is a company on ebay also selling those adult plus child tickets for £52 super trips I think, seems a good deal. For anyone who has been before do you think 2 whole days is enough with 2 young children or 3 ?
thanks

Funny that...I had posted a deal from Supertrips here a while ago but it was removed by mods on the basis that the vendor was dodgy. There was a long thread on TA about them after one of the owners made fake postings endorsing their own company.They turned out to be a husband wife duo in the end but the website has been rehashed recently,which suggests to me that they have been bought out. I havent seen their Ebay listing but £52 per ticket seems quite expensive. I paid £ 35 using this deal.

I booked my travel a few days ago so it's possible that the cheaper fares have run out for those dates. Megabus still have returns for £40 but its a 7 1/2 hour journey. You'll be better off driving in that case.

From what I've read, 2-3 days are plenty to visit all attractions at DLP.In any case, this deal would not save you a lot of money if you are planning to stay more than 3 days as DLP (French site) frequently have quite competitive deals for longer stays.

Thanks for your reply, they have very little feedback on the ebay site and one recent that does not read great hence why I was holding off booking, we are either going to the parks for 2 or 3 days hence my earlier question, they all do a deal 4 for 3 but we want 3 for 2 lol ! will look at the disney site in french if firefox can translate it for me?

I dont fancy the bus my idea was to drive (euro tunnel for £120 return, plus £100 diesel round trip max), the euro star was coming out at over £300 for 2 adults and 1x 5 year old return we are limited on specific days mind. Another problem we found with the euro star is getting to one of the stations have not used the train for a while they wanted £100 from Gloucester to St Pancs ! not a cheap short break at all lol hence now driving

Mind you, I've just checked 3 day/2 night packages on the DLP website for the half term week and they start from £850!!!So this will work out a lot cheaper, even if you drive, buy three day passes for £200 and book your own accommodation!!
#34
Yes we managed to get the Kyriad (disney partner) for 3 nights for £178 on alpha rooms with topcashback too. that was a few months back now
#35
Good find
#36
We went two weeks before xmas by Eurostar. Mixed feelings, 2 & 4 year old loved it but it is very frustrating for many reasons.
On weekends, the queues made it pretty unbearable.
The food is terrible, expensive and takes hours to get. There is a macdonalds which is the only semi cheap option. dont consider eating in the parks, the village with planet hollywood (suprisingly good food) is not much more than the plastic chips and lousy pizzas.
The biggest issue for us was the promise of elsa and ana, which was impossible for those not staying in the main hotel. Only 200 a day, all of which were taken before the park opens to the public (the top hotel get a head start 1-2 hours early).

On our last 2 days they changed it to queue rather that appt. my wife ran when it opened but found a 5hr queue which didnt allow push chairs.
given they were only available for 4 hours, there was no point.

On our last day, it took 4 hours to get food as a result of closed restaurants (undocumented), long walks between, static queues and poor service. given we had paid 80 per day for passes, this equated to paying 40£ to wait for lousey food and missing out on doing anything.

In general, the whole park is set up to ensure you need 4-5 days to see most of it, despite there only being enough to warrent 2 days top.
#37
good deal though
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persil33
Good deal but word of warning. due to the time of year not all the rides will be open. You will be lucky if half of them are.

Rubbish, we went last Feb half term, 3 rides were shut for planned maintenance all but 1 opened whilst we were there

Here is this years closures for. the next months

http://www.dlpguide.com/calendar/closures-refurbishments/
#39
Good deal but word of warning. due to the time of year not all the rides will be open. You will be lucky if half of them are.
#40
I went last Feb but it was a Disney anniversary so it was great

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