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DISNEYLAND PARIS TICKETS 1 DAY HOPPER JUST £16.00

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I have searched all afternoon for this offer after seeing people selling reduced price tickets on ebay for a profit or the info to buy them at 19 euro's and not wanting to be fleeced for free info.

Basically you print the PDF file linked below and show it at the entrance where you buy your disney tickets. The offer is valid until 31st July 2010 excluding 25th July. You can buy up to 5 tickets (adults or child's) with one print off for 19 euro's a piece (approx £16). You can print the pdf for as many days you require- there's no coding on it. Tickets are only valid for the day you purchase them on.

Disney tickets are usually £48 for an adult and £41 for a child- saving a family of 4 £114 per day.
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#1
sorry the link is incorrect- follow the one below and download the pdf file

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=OOXM6H38
#2
Brilliant for anyone going, and even better to try and stop the people on ebay making a profit from this :thumbsup:
#3
bargain-deffo a huge saving if you are going!
#4
h and r, thanks
#5
Thanks for this, H&R on its way.

Never been, but fancy taking the kids, does anyone know any cheap hotels near by that suit families, 2+2.

Also I presume the cheapest way to get there would be driving? Thanks in advance for any help!
#6
I'm looking at flying from Manchester which doesn't have many budget airlines which fly to Paris. We're looking to stay at the Explorers hotel which has a free shuttle to Disney and is really good for the kids. Probably looking at the £1000 mark for 4 nights, inlcuding flights, hotel transfers and insurance ( 1 child is an infant).

If your driving you can get some better deals and stay in a hotel a tiny bit further away. Residence du parc looks quite nice (basic but what you need plus outdoor pool) and is only £316 for 2 adults and 2 children for 26th to 30th July on expedia :)
#7
Thats handy for this summer .... Thank you
#8
Great find for those that are going

H&R added
#9
andimccann
Thanks for this, H&R on its way.

Never been, but fancy taking the kids, does anyone know any cheap hotels near by that suit families, 2+2.

Also I presume the cheapest way to get there would be driving? Thanks in advance for any help!


Radison hotel has a free shuttle bus and has family rooms, shuttle bus ends at 8pm so you need a taxi home at 13 euros which is great no Q for the mad rush for buses
#10
sarahken
I'm looking at flying from Manchester which doesn't have many budget airlines which fly to Paris. We're looking to stay at the Explorers hotel which has a free shuttle to Disney and is really good for the kids. Probably looking at the £1000 mark for 4 nights, inlcuding flights, hotel transfers and insurance ( 1 child is an infant).

If your driving you can get some better deals and stay in a hotel a tiny bit further away. Residence du parc looks quite nice (basic but what you need plus outdoor pool) and is only £316 for 2 adults and 2 children for 26th to 30th July on expedia :)


Have you thought of Liverpool with Easyjet ? Nice small airport, easy parking on-site, quick passport etc.
#11
siadwel
Have you thought of Liverpool with Easyjet ? Nice small airport, easy parking on-site, quick passport etc.


Yeah I have looked but it would mean swapping trains 3 times and getting a bus (we don't drive) instead of direct into the airport, plus the flight times are quite late at night for young kids and its not that much different in price. Thanks for the tip though :)
#12
how much will all the years of counselling cost? , disney damages your kids, psychologically

:p
#13
andimccann
Thanks for this, H&R on its way.

Never been, but fancy taking the kids, does anyone know any cheap hotels near by that suit families, 2+2.

Also I presume the cheapest way to get there would be driving? Thanks in advance for any help!



I'm a shareholder so go at least once a year. I've found Eurostar (direct to the park) is quickest and easiest but it kindda depends on your point of origin, if you're nowhere near St Pancras a budget airline may be better for you.

A good few years ago I stayed in Bussy-Saint-Georges which is 2 stops down from Disneyland on the RER train and has quite a few budget hotels but, like I said, that was a while ago and I'm not sure it would be such a great idea with kids, especially at night - not that I feel it's dangerous but trying to get tired kids to their bed is hard enough when you are on site let alone a train and a walk away. BTW, the RER train is actually very easy to use, as Disneyland is at the end of the line every train is going in the right direction so no chance of getting on the wrong train and finding yourself in Brussels, also you can get a 'book' of 10 return tickets for 12€ ish.

More recently I tried looking for an equivalent to the Disney hotels (looooong story) and found that if you book through the Kyriad website (http://www.kyriad.com/en) you can book the Explorer Hotel which is a Disney partner hotel for about quarter of the price Disney will offer it direct. Doing it this way does not include park tickets but if you're doing this Day Hopper Ticket thing you wouldn't need them anyway. The price I got is almost certainly related to my check in date, etc, so I can't guarantee a price you'd get but definitely check it out.

Hope you all have a good time. :thumbsup:
#14
Apparently you have to be a french resident, with a french address.
#15
if you book your tickets online it asks for your address. But someone who used this last week told me that they just showed it at the counter and got their tickets (they are not a french resident). Worth a try anyway- nothing to lose if your already going.
#16
Agree it look's good if you are already going. Nothing in the conditions about needing a French address but it does say the price is for reservations before 31 March although it then confusingly says you can pay at the entrance as well!?8 Definitely worth trying it but keep a few euros handy just in case.
#17
Imzali
I'm a shareholder so go at least once a year. I've found Eurostar (direct to the park) is quickest and easiest but it kindda depends on your point of origin, if you're nowhere near St Pancras a budget airline may be better for you.

A good few years ago I stayed in Bussy-Saint-Georges which is 2 stops down from Disneyland on the RER train and has quite a few budget hotels but, like I said, that was a while ago and I'm not sure it would be such a great idea with kids, especially at night - not that I feel it's dangerous but trying to get tired kids to their bed is hard enough when you are on site let alone a train and a walk away. BTW, the RER train is actually very easy to use, as Disneyland is at the end of the line every train is going in the right direction so no chance of getting on the wrong train and finding yourself in Brussels, also you can get a 'book' of 10 return tickets for 12€ ish.

More recently I tried looking for an equivalent to the Disney hotels (looooong story) and found that if you book through the Kyriad website (http://www.kyriad.com/en) you can book the Explorer Hotel which is a Disney partner hotel for about quarter of the price Disney will offer it direct. Doing it this way does not include park tickets but if you're doing this Day Hopper Ticket thing you wouldn't need them anyway. The price I got is almost certainly related to my check in date, etc, so I can't guarantee a price you'd get but definitely check it out.

Hope you all have a good time. :thumbsup:


Have has a look and it isn't showing explorers for the days I want- but is showing the Kyriad at Disney about £100 + cheaper- so definately worth a look :thumbsup:
#18
visa10e
Agree it look's good if you are already going. Nothing in the conditions about needing a French address but it does say the price is for reservations before 31 March although it then confusingly says you can pay at the entrance as well!?8 Definitely worth trying it but keep a few euros handy just in case.


Yeah it does say about the 31st March- but then as you say- its says you can just show the email and buy at parks on the day and your ticket is valid for that day only. Or you can buy online on the german, french or Swiss Disneyland webiste where you need to be a resident in that country to get the tickets (although they send you an e-ticket) and select the day you will be visiting. Bit confusing and my french is very poor :oops:
#19
Excellent deal! I am looking to go on the 15th of August do you thik I will still be able to use the voucher, altough it expires on the 31st July?

Also looking for a cheapesh hotel nearby.

We are flying into charles de gaule on the airfrance 380 Airbus deal that was posted a while ago for £80 return. This may still be available if anyone wants to check.

Thanks
Adrian
#20
Zut alors!

We're going camping at the end of July and we may take advantage of this. We'll probably go for the 2 park/2 day ticket, but if there are any problems when buying them, we'll just pay full-whack for 1 day

Heat & rep
#21
Don't mention any flight/hotel deals- I've just this minute finally booked after a week of searching for the best deal so will be sticking my fingers in my ears - la la la la la :)
#22
Seems too good but going for it anyway and our Euro neighbours seem to be getting offered better deals.

Anyone recommend a good taxi transfer from CDG to Val d'Europe ?
#23
HalloweenJack77
Seems too good but going for it anyway and our Euro neighbours seem to be getting offered better deals.

Anyone recommend a good taxi transfer from CDG to Val d'Europe ?


I'm getting the Disney Shuttle bus which costs about 20 euros an adult- it drops off at the train station by disney which is just one stop from val'd europe. You can also book shuttle transfers door to door with expedia- for £15.65 each :thumbsup:
#24
We have just returned from disneyland paris with our 4 young children.We were there for 7 days and decided to buy annual passes. You can buy the Fantasy pass for 139 euros, but we got them for 111 euros each due to buying 6 in the same family. (the francillien pass is 99 euros but have to pay for the car parking).You get discounts in shops and restaurants, but watch out for the black out days. Ours have paid for themselves already but are valid till 30th may 2011, so we'll get another trip in for sure.
We drove from the north east of england, and it wasnt too bad at all.We stayed in the Marriott village on the edge of disney and it was awsome.
#25
I have found the link to Disney website to order them online. It still works and you can print out your tickets.
https://www.booktickets.disneylandparis.com/tnsa6/live/shop/1/GTD_DANONE/index.php?language=fr&country=FR&ecmp=y&camid=EMAILING&mauid=B2C10FR
#26
Imzali
I'm a shareholder so go at least once a year. I've found Eurostar (direct to the park) is quickest and easiest but it kindda depends on your point of origin, if you're nowhere near St Pancras a budget airline may be better for you.

A good few years ago I stayed in Bussy-Saint-Georges which is 2 stops down from Disneyland on the RER train and has quite a few budget hotels but, like I said, that was a while ago and I'm not sure it would be such a great idea with kids, especially at night - not that I feel it's dangerous but trying to get tired kids to their bed is hard enough when you are on site let alone a train and a walk away. BTW, the RER train is actually very easy to use, as Disneyland is at the end of the line every train is going in the right direction so no chance of getting on the wrong train and finding yourself in Brussels, also you can get a 'book' of 10 return tickets for 12€ ish.

More recently I tried looking for an equivalent to the Disney hotels (looooong story) and found that if you book through the Kyriad website (http://www.kyriad.com/en) you can book the Explorer Hotel which is a Disney partner hotel for about quarter of the price Disney will offer it direct. Doing it this way does not include park tickets but if you're doing this Day Hopper Ticket thing you wouldn't need them anyway. The price I got is almost certainly related to my check in date, etc, so I can't guarantee a price you'd get but definitely check it out.

Hope you all have a good time. :thumbsup:


sarahken
Have has a look and it isn't showing explorers for the days I want- but is showing the Kyriad at Disney about £100 + cheaper- so definately worth a look :thumbsup:



Sorry I got confused there. I did mean the Kyriad, the Explorer hotel is by Thomas Cook.
I haven't stayed in either of them but they both look really good hotels and they are closer than some of the Disney hotels and have a bus.
#27
b03der
I have found the link to Disney website to order them online. It still works and you can print out your tickets.
https: / / [url]www.booktickets.disneylandparis.com/tnsa6/live/shop/1/GTD_DANONE/index.php?language=fr&country=FR&ecmp=y&camid=EMAILING&mauid=B2C10FR[/url]


Link not working?
#28
https://www.booktickets.disneylandparis.com/tnsa6/live/shop/1/GTD_DANONE/index.php?language=fr&country=FR&ecmp=y&camid=EMAILING&mauid=B2C10FR

Sorry, try this one, you will need to translate to english then enter 1 day - 2 park tickets.
Hope this helps
#29
I just spotted this at the following link where you can get

FREE Disneyland®Paris Adult Hopper ticket

Step 1 - Book your Eurotunnel ticket
Simply book a Eurotunnel ticket for travel between 3rd March and 30th June 2010 and get a FREE 1-Day / 2 Parks Adult Park Hopper ticket to Disneyland® Paris.

2 Day return ticket from just £44* per car.

Adrian

How to Claim your Free ticket:

Make a car booking with Eurotunnel and travel between 3rd March and 30th June 2010.
On your day of travel present your Eurotunnel booking confirmation at the information desk in our Folkestone Passenger Terminal Building. In return you will be given a voucher.
Simply present your voucher together with your Eurotunnel booking confirmation & official form of ID at Disneyland® Paris Guest Relations window (located to the right of the ticket gate at each park).
What you are entitled to:

One 1 Day / 2 Parks Adult Hopper ticket which allows free entrance for one day for one adult to both Disneyland® Parks, free access to attractions, shows and parades. However, the Shooting Gallery in Frontierland and the Video Games Arcade in Discoveryland are excluded.
Disney Terms:

Offer is valid from 3rd March to 30th June 2010 inclusive.
Open to UK residents only.
The free ticket must be used on the day it is redeemed.
The free ticket can only be redeemed by the lead passenger as indicated on the Eurotunnel booking confirmation and cannot be assigned, transferred, transmitted, sold or otherwise disposed of.
Offer is limited to one free 1 Day / 2 Parks Adult Hopper ticket per Eurotunnel booking.
The free ticket can only be used once. The last day the free ticket can be used is 30th June 2010.
There is no cash alternative.
The free ticket cannot be used in conjunction with any other Disney offers or discounts.
Any costs incurred are at the customers’ own expense.
Entry subject to Disney Parks capacity.
To exchange the voucher for a 1 Day / 2 Parks Hopper Ticket, you must present your Eurotunnel booking confirmation (printed out), your voucher and official form of ID.
Disney’s standard terms and conditions apply.
Eurotunnel Terms

Eurotunnel standard terms and conditions of carriage will apply.


http://www.eurotunnel.com/ukcP3Main/ukcPassengers/ukcHotels/ukpDisney
#30
silly question, but when you book eurotunnel for car do you still need to pay for passengers?
#31
Would love to go to Euro Disney, but it's always so expensive! And I love Florida so not sure I would fork out this much for just a few days

Hot deal though guys :thumbsup:
#32
adrian2000;8830670
I just spotted this at the following link where you can get

FREE Disneyland®Paris Adult Hopper ticket

Step 1 - Book your Eurotunnel ticket
Simply book a Eurotunnel ticket for travel between 3rd March and 30th June 2010 and get a FREE 1-Day / 2 Parks Adult Park Hopper ticket to Disneyland® Paris.

2 Day return ticket from just £44* per car.

Adrian

How to Claim your Free ticket:

Make a car booking with Eurotunnel and travel between 3rd March and 30th June 2010.
On your day of travel present your Eurotunnel booking confirmation at the information desk in our Folkestone Passenger Terminal Building. In return you will be given a voucher.
Simply present your voucher together with your Eurotunnel booking confirmation & official form of ID at Disneyland® Paris Guest Relations window (located to the right of the ticket gate at each park).
What you are entitled to:

One 1 Day / 2 Parks Adult Hopper ticket which allows free entrance for one day for one adult to both Disneyland® Parks, free access to attractions, shows and parades. However, the Shooting Gallery in Frontierland and the Video Games Arcade in Discoveryland are excluded.
Disney Terms:

Offer is valid from 3rd March to 30th June 2010 inclusive.
Open to UK residents only.
The free ticket must be used on the day it is redeemed.
The free ticket can only be redeemed by the lead passenger as indicated on the Eurotunnel booking confirmation and cannot be assigned, transferred, transmitted, sold or otherwise disposed of.
Offer is limited to one free 1 Day / 2 Parks Adult Hopper ticket per Eurotunnel booking.
The free ticket can only be used once. The last day the free ticket can be used is 30th June 2010.
There is no cash alternative.
The free ticket cannot be used in conjunction with any other Disney offers or discounts.
Any costs incurred are at the customers’ own expense.
Entry subject to Disney Parks capacity.
To exchange the voucher for a 1 Day / 2 Parks Hopper Ticket, you must present your Eurotunnel booking confirmation (printed out), your voucher and official form of ID.
Disney’s standard terms and conditions apply.
Eurotunnel Terms

Eurotunnel standard terms and conditions of carriage will apply.


http://www.eurotunnel.com/ukcP3Main/ukcPassengers/ukcHotels/ukpDisney

Can you not book 2 x one way tickets and get 2 passes for Disney?
#33
Good price heat added
#34
I've ready bought my tickets think could still print this off and show them it and will still work???
#35
Good deal if you can get it. I am going to disneyland at the end of this month by flying FlyBe from Manchester and then TGV from CDG airport to Disneyland. Staying at the Dream Castle hotel (flight+hotel booked through expedia for about £500 - 2 adults 1 child). Got two day hopper tickets but not at this price. Good luck to anyone who can benefit from this.
#36
I got

2 x 2 day tickets for Disneyland (hopper)
2 x Virgin trains from Runcorn to London
1 x night in london
2 x Eurostar direct to Disneyland
3 x nights in Kyriad hotel (Disney affliated)

All for £430 for both of us. I did everything myself, stayed well away from the Disney site (esp for the hotel, go direct)
Used the Virgin Farefinder site for £22 return train tickets to London from Runcorn (nr Liverpool)

Bargain!
#37
Great deal heat added, unfortunately expires before i go :-((, Does anyone know of any deals on tickets for after July?? We are going at the end of August and it will cost going on £200 for our family of four!! any savings would be a great bonus!! thankyou
#38
sarahken
sorry the link is incorrect- follow the one below and download the pdf file

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=OOXM6H38


Can't access the linky???
#39
sarahken
I'm looking at flying from Manchester which doesn't have many budget airlines which fly to Paris. We're looking to stay at the Explorers hotel which has a free shuttle to Disney and is really good for the kids. Probably looking at the £1000 mark for 4 nights, inlcuding flights, hotel transfers and insurance ( 1 child is an infant).

If your driving you can get some better deals and stay in a hotel a tiny bit further away. Residence du parc looks quite nice (basic but what you need plus outdoor pool) and is only £316 for 2 adults and 2 children for 26th to 30th July on expedia :)
#40
We also stayed at the explorers hotel try allrez.com for this hotel. Why not fly with easyjet from Liverpool this way you will do it cheaper. we did 7 people in this hotel with tickets for £1100 all in so I;m sure you can find it cheaper than £1000

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