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Every household can claim two adult tickets, two kids tickets, plus travel on a P&O Ferries crossing from Dover to visit Disneyland Paris. We've got tickets available from January to March 2011, and you can choose the time you'd like to go.

All you have to do to get your tickets is simply collect SEVEN differently numbered tokens from the twelve we are printing every day until November 26. Token 1 is printed in The Sun on Saturday 13th November and let us know what date you want to travel.

The closing date for applications is 18th December. Get yours in early as ticket dates will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis and are subject to availability.

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Plus, why not make the most of it and take advantage of one of our great upgrade offers? You and the entire family can stay ovenight from just £99 or two nights from £238.

Check out our upgrade table below for some of the great savings you can make


Read more: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/travel/3218344/Family-trip-to-Disneyland-Paris-from-950-includes-ferry-crossing.html#ixzz14uUjF4Ry
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#1
awesome thanks for sharing :-)
#2
How many newspaper do u need roughly? How much in money anyone?
#3
ljbutchik07
How many newspaper do u need roughly? How much in money anyone?


7 tokens so 7 newspapers
#4
i bet this ferry will be full of chavvy families who read the sun taking advantage of tihs offer!
#5
so do you just have to pay for hotel?
#6
MuscleFlex
i bet this ferry will be full of chavvy families who read the sun taking advantage of tihs offer!
As opposed to Mirror, Star etc readers who aren't chavs?

Regardless of the paper it's a good deal and HOT for that reason only.

Edited By: WackoJackoUK on Nov 10, 2010 20:29
11 Likes #7
I am a chav and will be gerrin this deaal so uuu lot stay away or I'll ave ya
#8
hot deal. thanks. Daughter is desperate to go disney land paris. A travelodge cheap room somewhere around dover would be perfect with this also.
#9
Deltaone
I am a chav and will be gerrin this deaal so uuu lot stay away or I'll ave ya


Well said.
Its good for page 3 alone, and with these bonus tokens always popping up for holidays you cant grumble.
#10
Shame it's not the Eurostar crossing included, don't fancy the drive into Paris from Calais
#11
I suppose that muscleflex (stupid name) and arpster read "The Times" and shop in John Lewis...Makes me wonder what the **** they are doing on here!!! Heat added..8)
#12
Great deal.... but this is for one day only, isn't it?
#13
Great offer even if driving can get there and back in a day if 2 drivers, or book a room in one of the many motels around Paris.
#14
aprilg
hot deal. thanks. Daughter is desperate to go disney land paris. A travelodge cheap room somewhere around dover would be perfect with this also.


We stayed at the Folkstone Holiday Inn Express this summer (on the way to Spain & France) - right next to the motorway, new and really quiet. Just up the road from Dover. Worth a look as family rooms are pretty good and cheap too.
#15
Readers must purchase a ferry crossing from Consort Travel, for travel with PO Ferries, available from £9.50.2. Offer applies for departures from 3 January 2011 to 31 March 2011 inclusive (excluding February 18, 19, 26, 27 and March 5, 6, 19, 20 26, 27) based on an outbound ferry departing from Dover between 00.01 and 06.40 and a return ferry departing from Calais between 20.30 and 23.59, for travel on the same day. Travel outside of these hours may be arranged for a supplement starting from just £30 per car. You are requested to indicate your 3 preferred departure dates, which will be processed in order of preference. In the unlikely event that we are not able to allocate vouchers for any of your 3 preferences, we will contact you to discuss alternative dates.3. The £9.50 price applies for Monday and Tuesday departures (excluding 21 and 22 February 2011). All other days and dates (including 21 and 22 February 2011) will be £17.50
#16
is it 9.50 for 4 people or per person??
#17
dealslover
is it 9.50 for 4 people or per person??

Seems to be for the family...

To qualify for the Free family ticket voucher, you must have the following family make-up: a) 2 adults and 2 children; b) 1 adult and 2 children; c) 1 adult and 1 child; d)1 adult and 3 children; e) 2 adults and 1 child; f) 2 adults and 0 children. Adults are aged 12 years and above at the time of travel, Children are aged 3-11 years at time of travel. Infants aged 0 – 2 years at the time of travel are admitted free of charge. Any additional adult or child outside of the above combinations in your party will need to purchase a separate park pass from Consort Travel at a supplement of £40 per adult, £10 per child.

Edited By: adamuk82 on Nov 10, 2010 21:01
#18
Also...

There is a €15 per car parking charge for all cars visiting Disneyland Paris, unless you are staying at a Disney Hotel.
#19
I wonder if one of the upgrade deals will be Eurostar (although I doubt it). My mother really wants to go but she gets so sea sick.
#20
thanks great offer
#21
With fuel, food, 1 or 2 nights budget hotel, tolls, AA European cover etc, it will cost in excess of £250 for what will be a day in the Disney Park and probably rubbish weather. Not voting, but having done things like this in the past, my bank balance has regretted it, not to mention a 650 mile round trip.
#22
looks good but i think the t&c should be read thoroughly for the extras. this dosent make sense to me as says its £99 per family then this ??

32. Where more than 2 adults share a room or where the number of children sharing a room is greater than the number of adults, the extra adults or un-matched children pay from £39 per person, per day. The supplement when only 1 adult occupies a room is from £59 per room per night.
#23
has anyone been before from calais? just wondering how far it is and if it would be achievable to stay at dover the night before, travel there, spend the day, travel back and then spend that night at dover again? thanks
2 Likes #24
MuscleFlex
i bet this ferry will be full of chavvy families who read the sun taking advantage of tihs offer!


Chavtastic offer it may be, but you've obviously never been, because to spend a day queueing, surrounded by Europeans who have neither the skill or manners to queue, you long to be heading home, to the shiny track-suited, nicotine enriched gold dripping scum that is the British Chav.

Chavs they may be, but they are our chavs, so let's love 'em, with the knowledge that they're not French, and they do queue.

Top offer - thank you for posting. :)
#25
I did this last year & upgraded to the 2 nights - it was well worth it. Got tickets to the parks for 2 days included (if its a Disney Hotel you stay at.)
Not full of chavs at all as most people that do the Sun deals are not their usual readers & so it is a total mix of people.
Also last year you could upgrade to Eurostar which stops at the door of the parks so no car needed but it was booked through Leger Holidays then.
#26
Should also mention that if you stay in a Disney hotel you get into the parks a hour before they open to everyone else & most of the top rides can be done then.
As for driving form Calais, if you could get a bit closer it would be better as its quite a long day - a couple of hours drive as you need to get through Paris & its traffic jams.
#27
Ok I have booked flights for feb, can i use this just for the disneyland tickets
#28
we are skint
has anyone been before from calais? just wondering how far it is and if it would be achievable to stay at dover the night before, travel there, spend the day, travel back and then spend that night at dover again? thanks


I think it's about 180+ miles but not 100% sure never been before
#29
christopherguy25
Ok I have booked flights for feb, can i use this just for the disneyland tickets


I thought the same thing it's more cost effective to fly from where I am than to mess around with travelling by car and ferry
#30
Ooh la la.
#31
not sure this is as good as a deal as its being made out to be. Cheapest ferry is between midnight and 6.40am and then return between 8.30 and midnight. Think when you taylor to suit the cost will mount up.
#32
Ooooo, We are planning to go in January we went in august by ferry and car but are planning on flying this time as our car broke down and was such a nightmare trying to get it back with RAC. Wonder if we could fly and use the promo to instead of using the ferry?
#33
it's a great offer if you get the dates you want! and what happens when one has more than 2 kids?
#34
Great deal but I would need to buy 4 passports for my family (ours have expired) so wont bother :(
#35
Help needed! A bit slow on the maths due to TBI 1x Adult 1x Daughter 17yrs, 1x B/F 18yrs, 1x Son 15yrs, Staying over 1 night. I take it excluding February 18, 19, 26, 27 and March 5, 6, 19, 20 26, 27 are the school holiday periods. What is it going to set me back?
Thank you.
#36
great
#37
.Thats me out then with a hubby and 4 kids. gutted
#38
lews
.Thats me out then with a hubby and 4 kids. gutted
You just have to pay for extra kids. From the terms...
Any additional adult or child outside of the above combinations in your party will need to purchase a separate park pass from Consort Travel at a supplement of £40 per adult, £10 per child.
#39
Whilst the park is great. They do not actually charge that much for the tickets anyway (£30 from memory). They get you with the food prices. I remember having a very simple lunch for 2 adults and 2 under 4s and didnt get much change put of £90. So many locals go there and bring their own lunch...

We stayed at the Newport bay hotel which was really nice. We, like all the other guests on half board would pack as much free continental breakfast food into our day bag to avoid paying for lunch.
#40
might be worth getting just for park tickets and travelling eurostar anyway, or booking hotel if it costs €15 in the car park. GF desperate to go might pop down to corner shop late tonight to crawl past the chavs and the bottles of cider to get a copy of the sun (ill leave them page 3 so they dont mug me)

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