Disneyland Paris - Family of 5 including Eurotunnel and park passes for 3 days staying at Davy Crocket Lodges for £493 total @ Magic breaks - HotUKDeals
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Disneyland Paris - Family of 5 including Eurotunnel and park passes for 3 days staying at Davy Crocket Lodges for £493.00 total @ Magic breaks

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Ridiculously cheap holidays to Disneyland Paris through Magic Breaks, I have booked a family of 5 including Eurotunnel and park passes for 3 days staying at Davy Crocket Lodges for £493 total, Fri-Sun… Read More
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Ridiculously cheap holidays to Disneyland Paris through Magic Breaks, I have booked a family of 5 including Eurotunnel and park passes for 3 days staying at Davy Crocket Lodges for £493 total, Fri-Sun (12-15Th Jan) loads more offers on all hotels too.
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#1
Did you book eurotunnel seperate?
1 Like #2
No, it is there in the link to book it all together, it is the last tab (Eurotunnels + hotel)
#3
Fri - Sat is 13th - 15th so really only 1 full day unless leaving Britain very early and very late return on last day.

Your deal doesn't include Eurotunnel which cost £139.00 on top.


Edited By: pablomalin on Dec 16, 2016 11:59
#4
pablomalin
Fri - Sat is 13th - 15th
If you're going to correct me at least get the days right :) its Friday to SUNDAY I booked, and you are right it is 13th-15th, apologies, hope you sleep well tonight now you pointed that grave error out :)
1 Like #5
Not necessarily, if you get there early on the Friday, the park is open until 10pm (I think), we have been there 3 times Fri-Sun and it is more than enough. You can go longer it is still only £69 per day each!
1 Like #6
I've been there twice in 2016 and will go inext May again before my annual tickets expire. not sure if 2-3 day will be enough for you :)

aah OK then.

Edited By: pablomalin on Dec 16, 2016 12:04
#7
pablomalin
Fri - Sat is 13th - 15th so really only 1 full day unless leaving Britain very early and very late return on last day.
Your deal doesn't include Eurotunnel which cost £139.00 on top.
My deal DOES include Eurotunnel, 518 total less £25 facebook promotion = £493 total


Edited By: Hodge2802 on Dec 16, 2016 12:06
#8
Hodge2802
pablomalin
Fri - Sat is 13th - 15th so really only 1 full day unless leaving Britain very early and very late return on last day.
Your deal doesn't include Eurotunnel which cost £139.00 on top.
My deal DOES include Eurotunnel, 515 total less £25 facebook promotion = £493 total
You might want to add instructions how to get the best price then.
1 Like #9
Already have, 2nd comment in I have said you go to the last tab on the link (Eurotunnel + hotel) and it gives you a combined price, I have just this second done it again and it is £515.94 + £2.52 tax, less £25 facebook discount £493.06 including Eurotunnel

Edited By: Hodge2802 on Dec 16, 2016 12:16: Wrong information provided
1 Like #10
My bad, I was thinking about Eurostar Channel transfer, if travelling by car like I did and it is £139 per car.
#11
Hodge2802
Already have, 2nd comment in I have said you go to the last tab on the link (Eurostar + hotel) and it gives you a combined price, I have just this second done it again and it is £515.94 + £2.52 tax, less £25 facebook discount £493.06 including Eurostar

What's the Facebook discount?
#12
lju
Hodge2802
Already have, 2nd comment in I have said you go to the last tab on the link (Eurostar + hotel) and it gives you a combined price, I have just this second done it again and it is £515.94 + £2.52 tax, less £25 facebook discount £493.06 including Eurostar
What's the Facebook discount?
Hi, I originally got the link via facebook who directed me to the magic breaks site, it then automatically put a £25 facebook discount at checkout

http://facebook.magicbreaks.co.uk/

Edited By: Hodge2802 on Dec 16, 2016 12:29: Added the facebook link
#13
pablomalin
My bad, I was thinking about Eurostar Channel transfer, if travelling by car like I did and it is £139 per car.
That price includes my car
#14
Thanks op decided to go at end of march and upgraded to half board plus kids are going to love it
1 Like #15
ercdolan
Thanks op decided to go at end of march and upgraded to half board plus kids are going to love it
My pleasure, i've had enough good deals out of this site so its nice to give one back for a change! We've been a few times, your kids will love it. You will be knackered but its worth it :)
#16
Just check as a number of rides are shut as they prepare for the Spring/summer anniversary celebrations.
1 Like #17
Brilliant deal OP! I'd be all over this, but am going in March with those 5 Euro each way Veuling flights posted in September here :3
#18
mib2reaper
What's best eurotunnel or fly? How much is a transfer?
I've never flew due to the convenience of a car when staying in Davy Crockett as there is no shuttle to the park, Eurotunnel is fine, its pretty much 2 straight roads once in France
1 Like #19
yea some rides will be closed plus Davy Crockett Ranch no longer gives free breakfast
#20
Went at beginning of November, Buzz light year was closed, Thunder Mountain was closed, Space Mountain was closed the first 2 days, And broke down on the last day, Loads of hoarding was up around the studios, Now I think back, pretty poor and I want some money back.

And now I think about it, No Fireworks either.

Edited By: babylon on Dec 16, 2016 15:49
#21
Hodge2802
mib2reaper
What's best eurotunnel or fly? How much is a transfer?
I've never flew due to the convenience of a car when staying in Davy Crockett as there is no shuttle to the park, Eurotunnel is fine, its pretty much 2 straight roads once in France
Plus with Davy Crockett being self catering it makes sense to have a car, take food/meals with you from the UK or go to a supermarket when you get to France and stock up for the few days ahead :)
Loved the Davy Crockett ranch when staying there 3 years ago, more freedom than a hotel room, although I did enjoy Disney hotel Cheyenne when I stayed this year (withouth car this year, just as a foot passenger on the Eurostar).
#22
babylon
Went at beginning of November, Buzz light year was closed, Thunder Mountain was closed, Space Mountain was closed the first 2 days, And broke down on the last day, Loads of hoarding was up around the studios, Now I think back, pretty poor and I want some money back.

And now I think about it, No Fireworks either.
I went in July this year 1 week before the peak school holiday period and there were rides closed including Thunder mountain (closed long term at the time for a full refurb) there will pretty much always be some rides closed - just the way it is. Although we did have fireworks (quite late, might have been 11pm?) which were fantastic.
#23
January is a brilliant time to go, shortest queues.
#24
Hardly anything closed at the moment:


Blanche-Neige et les Sept Nains® (Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs) - Closed
Disneyland Railroad Discoveryland Station - Closed
Star Tours - Closed
Pocahontas Indian Village - Closed
#25
Hodge2802
Already have, 2nd comment in I have said you go to the last tab on the link (Eurotunnel + hotel) and it gives you a combined price, I have just this second done it again and it is £515.94 + £2.52 tax, less £25 facebook discount £493.06 including Eurotunnel

How are you getting £515 ? I have even tried your dates and it is coming up as £416 + £139 = £557

And that facebook link doesn't add any discount code for me

Edited By: AdamBrunt on Dec 16, 2016 16:31
#26
AdamBrunt
Hodge2802
Already have, 2nd comment in I have said you go to the last tab on the link (Eurotunnel + hotel) and it gives you a combined price, I have just this second done it again and it is £515.94 + £2.52 tax, less £25 facebook discount £493.06 including Eurotunnel
How are you getting £515 ? I have even tried your dates and it is coming up as £416 + £139 = £557
And that facebook link doesn't add any discount code for me

Click through to next page and discount should show. If not clear cookies or try anther browser.
#27
Works for me
Now I just need to convince the other half
We went last year and had a blast!!!
#28
Does anyone know if it's possible to book the Euro tunnel with different dates but still as the package?
#29
You can probably get it cheaper if you book everything separated. I`m going between the 19th and 22nd December, this is Christmas week mind you, so more expensive and a whole different experience, and I managed to get it for £525, for 2 adults and one children. If you go on other dates like the ones announced you will bring the price down even more for sure. We won`t stay on a Disney hotel so we do`t get free shuttle, but we get breakfast included and the hotel is a 5 minute walk from train station and return train tickets work out less than £25 for the 3 days. 10 minutes trip on the train. Plus got around £30 worth of cashback on the different sites I used.
3 for 2 tickets (fast pass included) for 3 days for the 2 parks on 365tickets.co.uk - £285
£110 for hotel (2 nights) through hotels.com
£130 for eurotunnel.
You can get even cheaper hotels if you don`want the breakast and don`t mind a slightly longer train journey.
#30
I think January time parks close early 7pm weekdays a 8pm weekends

Good price though! DCR is ace! Lots of good reviews but need to have car as no shuttle bus. And staying onsite you'll get EMH so can get to park 2hrs before general public

Edited By: mummyofmonsters on Dec 16, 2016 18:57: Spelling error
#31
cheers op
#32
Just booked the four day package, facebook discount worked (and booking with Magic Breaks saves the obscure £14 booking fee Disney add if you book direct, so it's a £39 saving). Family of five, four days, three nights, for £508 - that's going back to the prices we used to pay ten years ago! I hope this 'all in price' continues, its' fantastic. It would have cost us £1,011 on the alternative 15% offer (although that offer includes food which is nice but still, not £500 worth!).
Because it's an all in price, you can take up to 6 adults on this deal, which would normally be almost £1,200.
Great find OP. Thanks!
Disney 25th Anniversary Celebrations launch on the 26th March - finally most of the rides are going to be open again, last year so much was shut we didn't think it was worth going.
#33
PESfan
You can probably get it cheaper if you book everything separated. I`m going between the 19th and 22nd December, this is Christmas week mind you, so more expensive and a whole different experience, and I managed to get it for £525, for 2 adults and one children. If you go on other dates like the ones announced you will bring the price down even more for sure. We won`t stay on a Disney hotel so we do`t get free shuttle, but we get breakfast included and the hotel is a 5 minute walk from train station and return train tickets work out less than £25 for the 3 days. 10 minutes trip on the train. Plus got around £30 worth of cashback on the different sites I used.
3 for 2 tickets (fast pass included) for 3 days for the 2 parks on 365tickets.co.uk - £285
£110 for hotel (2 nights) through hotels.com
£130 for eurotunnel.
You can get even cheaper hotels if you don`want the breakast and don`t mind a slightly longer train journey.
But that's for three of you, this deal is for up to 6 people (all of whom can be adults if you want), for a larger group it's completely unbeatable.
#34
bobthewibble
Just booked the four day package, facebook discount worked (and booking with Magic Breaks saves the obscure £14 booking fee Disney add if you book direct, so it's a £39 saving). Family of five, four days, three nights, for £508 - that's going back to the prices we used to pay ten years ago! I hope this 'all in price' continues, its' fantastic. It would have cost us £1,011 on the alternative 15% offer (although that offer includes food which is nice but still, not £500 worth!).
Because it's an all in price, you can take up to 6 adults on this deal, which would normally be almost £1,200.
Great find OP. Thanks!
Disney 25th Anniversary Celebrations launch on the 26th March - finally most of the rides are going to be open again, last year so much was shut we didn't think it was worth going.


How did you get £508. I booked for 4 days and 3 nights, family of 6 but they charged me £608 including FB discount of 30?
#35
I didn't book transport, is that the difference?
#36
bobthewibble
I didn't book transport, is that the difference?


I spoke to them and they confirmed that transport is £99 on top of advertised price of 508.
Out of interest, is there a better transport option elsewhere?
#37
Can I get the Facebook discount without following the link anyone??
#38
Cant seem to find the 3 for 2 on tickets mentioned..take it its finished or am i looking in the wring place? thanks
#39
is there any new deals for disneyland

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