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FAO- Anyone planning an independent trip to Paris Disney during 2009.

Disneyland Paris Official Website are selling Park entrance tickets using an Exchange rate of £1 = 1.4194 Euro.

Sample cost of tickets are as follows:-
2 day Hopper (both parks) Adult £76 Child £65. Note, Tickets are valid for one year from date of purchase.

3 day Hopper Adult £94 Child £80

Also on-line are a few Special ticket offers.

Usually no big deal but as Disney are using this Exchange rate these prices are good. I could not find them any cheaper on the web..........

Also 6.5% for ticket purchases via Quidco.
Mickey Mouse Deal??? - You decide.
Cheers All.
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#1
Sad that this is hot but it is!!
banned#2
Sad that the exchange rate is making things hot now lol

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#3
Sad but Hot
[helper]#4
Hmm ive never been but would like to go! Anyone ever been, ive no idea what id need to purchase though and do you fly there or get the boat, cos i cant do boats, its a big fear of mine! Ps when is it decent weather? gem xx
#5
You can fly into CDG and get the Metro/Train from there or I am sure there are other ways to get via transport. Not flown into Beauvais so can't comment - don't go in October like me when I was watching a parade at night freezing my butt off on the pavement with a cup of coffee warming me up.....
#6
yeah i was wondering when would be good to go?
i want it warm, but not queue after queue after queue
#7
Just a warnin to anyone who fancies going dont just took my 12 yr old for a promised trip after her mum died last year from leukemia and it was such a rip off its untrue

Food prices are through the roof

Burger chips and a coke £16.95
Steak and a jacket potato 25 pound

Pizza £15

Hot dog £9

Dont get me wrong some of the rides the parades etc are grt but the rest is a major rip off should have gone to the US and its bitterly cold there but it is that time of yr sry still ice cold for me
#8
Disney is always busy during the school holidays. The weather is pretty much the same as here. I like to go in January. It's very cold but it's always quiet, you don't have to queue at all for most rides. Last Jan, the longest I waited was 10 minutes for Peter Pan. All the others were walk ons.

Always book disney independantly, it works out a lot cheaper. I book flights with easyjet to CDG and then get the VEA or a a taxi ([url]www.bstransports.com[/url]). Expedia have some great room only rates, normally around £55 a night for Disney's Hotel Cheyenne including breakfast.

I then buy annual pass tickets when in the park. They only cost a little more than a 3 day pass but they give you 10% discount in the shops and restaurants. I normally go a couple of times a year so I get my moneys worth out of them!
#9
Glad i added food offer to our package now after reading this!!!
#10
Just a warnin to anyone who fancies going dont just took my 12 yr old for a promised trip after her mum died last year from leukemia and it was such a rip off its untrue
Food prices are through the roof
Burger chips and a coke £16.95
Steak and a jacket potato 25 pound

Where did you eat?? Last time I went to DP a couple of years ago the prices were nothing like this - we ate in a number of restaurants in the park and while the prices were higher than in the UK they weren't a rip-off like that.
#11
It's about 15-16 euro for a single on the bus from CDG to Disneyland, 13 euro from Beauvais into Paris but you then need a 40 minute train journey from there.

I've been a couple of times, went in Nov 2007 and it was -9 during the day. Been in January as well and it was cold then as well.

Casey's Corner is on Main Street, in Paris a hot dog, chips and 1 drink costs 10 euros. In Orlando it costs $5.75 with free refills.

The only other food i've had in both places is a Volcanic salad from the Rainforest Cafe, 17 euro in Paris compared to $15 in Orlando and the portions were far bigger there.

Merchandise like beach towels, pins, tshirts etc are more in euro's than they are in dollars. I do still like it and would still back but you can easily spend a fortune compared to in Florida which is far bigger (4 disney parks + 2 waterparks) compared to Paris` Magic Kingdom + the small studio park. The village is very small compared to Downtown Disney as well. There is a good shopping outlet in Marne La Vallee, 2 mins away on the train. Easy to spend a few hours there and there's a large Auchen Hypermarket where you can stock up on stuff for the hotel room etc if you arent eating out.

I wont even begin to mention French queue jumpers, if you've been you'll know what i'm talking about. :(

If you're thinking about doing either holiday then I would always reccommend Florida, it doesnt cost a great deal more except for the flights. Brilliant weather and shopping as well as parks etc.
#12
Well thats what they are now probably down to the euro but i wont be going again very poor value in my oppinion
#13
sizzler82
It's about 15-16 euro for a single on the bus from CDG to Disneyland, 13 euro from Beauvais into Paris but you then need a 40 minute train journey from there.

I've been a couple of times, went in Nov 2007 and it was -9 during the day. Been in January as well and it was cold then as well.

Casey's Corner is on Main Street, in Paris a hot dog, chips and 1 drink costs 10 euros. In Orlando it costs $5.75 with free refills.

The only other food i've had in both places is a Volcanic salad from the Rainforest Cafe, 17 euro in Paris compared to $15 in Orlando and the portions were far bigger there.

Merchandise like beach towels, pins, tshirts etc are more in euro's than they are in dollars. I do still like it and would still back but you can easily spend a fortune compared to in Florida which is far bigger (4 disney parks + 2 waterparks) compared to Paris` Magic Kingdom + the small studio park. The village is very small compared to Downtown Disney as well. There is a good shopping outlet in Marne La Vallee, 2 mins away on the train. Easy to spend a few hours there and there's a large Auchen Hypermarket where you can stock up on stuff for the hotel room etc if you arent eating out.

I wont even begin to mention French queue jumpers, if you've been you'll know what i'm talking about. :(

If you're thinking about doing either holiday then I would always reccommend Florida, it doesnt cost a great deal more except for the flights. Brilliant weather and shopping as well as parks etc.


Yeah we should have gone to Florida!!!!!
#14
Hi, M And My Partner Have Just Got Back From Disney,
And Yes It True Food Prices A Rip Off

Fish And Chips 12 Euros Each
Burger And Chips 12.95 Euros Each
Pizza 12.00 Euros ,

Prices Had Been Put Up On All The Gifts Available To Buy .

Ice Place Shame Bout The Prices
#15
missgem;3940271
Hmm ive never been but would like to go! Anyone ever been, ive no idea what id need to purchase though and do you fly there or get the boat, cos i cant do boats, its a big fear of mine! Ps when is it decent weather? gem xx


You can fly into Paris Charles de Gaul airport and I think there is a direct train from there or you go into paris and then out again. Other option is to get te eurostar from London which is direct train all the way through to the park.

I went last year and loved it, never been to a disney before and I though it was great and I'm 28!!! It is expensive when you are in their so worthwhile taking a packed lunch with you.
#16
colloq;3940584
yeah i was wondering when would be good to go?
i want it warm, but not queue after queue after queue


I went in June and it was good, perfect temperature...not too hot not too cold and the queues were perfect. You can do fast ticket on most rides where you go and get a pre-allotted time and then just go back and jump to the front of the queues...but to be honest we didn;t have to do that often.

One thing you must do before you book is check what will be open, there are times when a coupel of the rides are out for servicing etc so checkbefore you book on the site. I will post link if I can find it.

Here is the link, just find your date of travel and click on more, it will give you a list of operational updates on rides that might be closed etc. it also tells you the park opening hours.

http://news.disneylandparis.co.uk/calendar/index.xhtml?
3 Likes #17
Weve been twice. ONce was sept 2001 and we got locked in due to the 911 scenario! Trains were stopped. Didnt affect our holiday tho and was swell. Some rain. No crowds.(LoL). Second jaunt was June and this is fine also. Noticed no real diff in the weather except heat.

Just remember that its a rainy area and humid in summer. Use the below books to help with that.

Would say that the parks (2 of em) are bothj worthwhile, but the MGM one is more for older kids. Some rides there are ok, but younger kids are bored as. Give it half a day (from early early morning til midday) with younger kids. The sit-down shows are nice, but the Rest is roller coasters.....

Best option is a cheap eurostar deal. Door to door. Arrive in the afternoon on a weekday, not a weekend, and you are ok. Typically choose to spend a off peak monday or tuesday there rather than a friday - far less crowds. Less crowds = more rides and less queueing.

Best book ever is the unofficial guide to disney (whichever park you choose). Good common sense. If with kids - follow the plans, you wont regret it. This is based on science and testing. Yeah - trakes some of the thrill out of it, but trust me - queuing is the pits and you need all the help you can get to negotiate this crazy beast and make sure the whole family isnt screwed over by the way disney and crowds work.

CDG airport is a good option as there is a direct train that passes thru the disney area. remember that there are main stations that pass thru the disnet locale , plus the one at the park itself (where there are hire lockers) that you can get out at.

Car is also an option if you can spend 1 day driving there and 1 day back.

1st Top tip i can give - on any day AFTER arriving (assuming you only want to see the parade in the afternoon or have arrived and are tired or arrive in evening), ALWAYS GET TO THE PARK 30-40MINS OR MORE BEFORE THE OFFICIAL OPENING HOURS STATE IT WILL OPEN. The first hour is when you get the most rides under your belt, trust me. Official hours are a guideline, and they open the main street about 30mins beofre hand and rope off the connections to rides. You will want to be earlier than that if you want to browse mainstreet, buy tickets or get maps and such on the way thru before RUNNING to rides. Go for the popular rides first. USe the fast pass system - you can hold TWO tickets per person if the time slot is about to pass, which is something they dont tell you. REad up on fast passes via google.

2nd Top tip i can give is NOT to stay at a disney hotel UNLESS its very cheap OR you need very close access(e.g. child with a disability) OR you are driving there (there is a Davy Crokcett park and a campground with huts). Other reason is if you are taking a long trip there and need to be within a stones throw of the park - e.g. we went and used the pool and rooms in the afternoons for rests as the hotel was walkable from the gate. But the price you pay is huge so if you cant afford it then dont. Better options by far are the various hotels with 1000's of rooms within the first 2 station stops outside the park. E.g. the trains go very regularly thru the disney station outside the gates and connect thru to paris. But on the way within 1st or 2nd stop are loads of hotels, mostly built from 2002/2003 onwards. Some are quite cheap on weekends as they would normally take business traffic. The point is, within a 5minute train jaunt you save megabucks, and also a lot on food as well. Take a look around - for eaxmple, MySuites are cheap as chips...... Also best western and the like.

Buy this, cheap as you cant find it, often in sally army or 2nd hand shops as anyone who has been before dumps its after going : http://www.amazon.co.uk/Disneyland-Paris-Frommers-Unofficial-Guides/dp/0764564145/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1231072590&sr=1-2
You obviously need to find a newer version tho.

Also review : http://www.dlp-guidebook.de/

And this one, which is often missed and hard to find but provides a MOUNTAIN and very good information : http://www.dlrpmagic.com/. includes things such as details on rides, both current and about to be built, and employees comments and such on new developments and hcanges. The latter is BETTER than the official site, trust me.

Sure - sounds like a military operation, but its not like that. What it is about is that with the traffic, the ride logistics and ages, the family dynamics and the amount of time you have there being limited this is one trip where is REALLY PAYS OFF TO DO THE RESEARCH AND PLAN IT A BIT. Otherwise its a stress out. Things will go off plan, and you want to do things on the fly/spontaneous sure - it works out if you even spend half the time on common sense tips and according to some kind of basic strategy. I know this from taking kids and adults to 4 disney parks over the last 20years. Its just saves time and hassle. And makes you get more out of the whole thing.
#18
Love Disneyland Paris having been to All of the Disneys in the World. Having been so many times we usually eat in a restaurant in the park abot 2-3pm which we find much more cost effective than buying snacks in the parks. At Disneyland Paris there is the Disney village nearby with a range of prices from McDonalds (always horrendously busy & disorganised to Ludvig Castle expensive & poor slow service. Planet Hollywood is usually OK. The prices will be very high at the moment as the exchange rate is so appalling.
1 Like #19
tappy
Disney is always busy during the school holidays. The weather is pretty much the same as here.
Tis good advice. There are plenty of places to find the French school holiday dates as they are by far the biggest visitors.

tappy
I like to go in January. It's very cold but it's always quiet, you don't have to queue at all for most rides.
Also great advice. You must remember that they planned the park with the weather in mind and most rides are under cover and queuing is undercover.

In fact, you can get from the City Hall at the entry to the park to the Indiana Jones ride at the furthest point of the park without being in the open once!

tappy
I then buy annual pass tickets when in the park. They only cost a little more than a 3 day pass but they give you 10% discount in the shops and restaurants.
I was so impressed, I bought the company! Seriously, the Eurodisney share price is 4 GBP at the moment, and with 20 shares you qualify for the shareholders club - so for 80 GBP plus 12.50 GBP dealing charge, you get some great discounts for 92.50 GBP. Actually, you can buy 5 shares for 20 GBP plus 12.50 GBP dealing charge and then pay 30EUR for two years membership to get the same benefits, works out about 63 GBP.

The shares could pay for themselves in one visit, for instance, you get 15% off food at most Disney village restaurants and all table service/buffet restaurants in both parks, 10% off Disney hotels, 15% off disney store purchases in the park, 10% off disney stores in the UK, 15% off tickets including annual passports

http://corporate.disneylandparis.com/shareholders/shareholders-club/discounts/index.xhtml
#20
I just got back from Paris.... the pound was 0.99998 Euros so this is a good deal. My 4 night stay at the hotel went from being £320 in October (when we booked) to £400 on Dec 27th because of the pathetic pound.

Paris is extremely expensive so be aware

Small glass of Coke = £5
1 litre bottle of water = £8
Small Twix - £2.50

I didn't go to Eurodisney but I hear the prices there are even more.
#21
there is an offer on for the hotels at the moment and staying 2 nights giving you 3 days park access is cheaper than 3 day hopper tickets so like getting the hotel free !!!!!!!!

Also before midnight on 5th jan ryan air are doing £20 return flights inc taxes

so book quick if you want a bargin
#22
thekudos
I just got back from Paris.... the pound was 0.99998 Euros so this is a good deal. My 4 night stay at the hotel went from being £320 in October (when we booked) to £400 on Dec 27th because of the pathetic pound.

Paris is extremely expensive so be aware

Small glass of Coke = £5
1 litre bottle of water = £8
Small Twix - £2.50

I didn't go to Eurodisney but I hear the prices there are even more.


I stayed in a Disney hotel and found that a 500ml bottle of water was 2.50Euros, a large coke was 3.50-4.00 Euros, not sure about chocolate. The food was very expensive, largely down to the exchange rate, but was of a good quality.... smoked salmon and king prawns in the hotel buffet, really nice steaks etc in the restaurants.

I can definitely recommend the half board plus option for people staying in Disney, in December we payed £18 a night which may sound expensive but the meals we ate would have cost on average 34 Euros a night if we hadn't had the vouchers.
#23
skeeter909
Weve been twice. ONce was sept 2001 and we got locked in due to the 911 scenario! Trains were stopped. Didnt affect our holiday tho and was swell. Some rain. No crowds.(LoL). Second jaunt was June and this is fine also. Noticed no real diff in the weather except heat.

Just remember that its a rainy area and humid in summer. Use the below books to help with that.

Would say that the parks (2 of em) are bothj worthwhile, but the MGM one is more for older kids. Some rides there are ok, but younger kids are bored as. Give it half a day (from early early morning til midday) with younger kids. The sit-down shows are nice, but the Rest is roller coasters.....

Best option is a cheap eurostar deal. Door to door. Arrive in the afternoon on a weekday, not a weekend, and you are ok. Typically choose to spend a off peak monday or tuesday there rather than a friday - far less crowds. Less crowds = more rides and less queueing.

Best book ever is the unofficial guide to disney (whichever park you choose). Good common sense. If with kids - follow the plans, you wont regret it. This is based on science and testing. Yeah - trakes some of the thrill out of it, but trust me - queuing is the pits and you need all the help you can get to negotiate this crazy beast and make sure the whole family isnt screwed over by the way disney and crowds work.

CDG airport is a good option as there is a direct train that passes thru the disney area. remember that there are main stations that pass thru the disnet locale , plus the one at the park itself (where there are hire lockers) that you can get out at.

Car is also an option if you can spend 1 day driving there and 1 day back.

1st Top tip i can give - on any day AFTER arriving (assuming you only want to see the parade in the afternoon or have arrived and are tired or arrive in evening), ALWAYS GET TO THE PARK 30-40MINS OR MORE BEFORE THE OFFICIAL OPENING HOURS STATE IT WILL OPEN. The first hour is when you get the most rides under your belt, trust me. Official hours are a guideline, and they open the main street about 30mins beofre hand and rope off the connections to rides. You will want to be earlier than that if you want to browse mainstreet, buy tickets or get maps and such on the way thru before RUNNING to rides. Go for the popular rides first. USe the fast pass system - you can hold TWO tickets per person if the time slot is about to pass, which is something they dont tell you. REad up on fast passes via google.

2nd Top tip i can give is NOT to stay at a disney hotel UNLESS its very cheap OR you need very close access(e.g. child with a disability) OR you are driving there (there is a Davy Crokcett park and a campground with huts). Other reason is if you are taking a long trip there and need to be within a stones throw of the park - e.g. we went and used the pool and rooms in the afternoons for rests as the hotel was walkable from the gate. But the price you pay is huge so if you cant afford it then dont. Better options by far are the various hotels with 1000's of rooms within the first 2 station stops outside the park. E.g. the trains go very regularly thru the disney station outside the gates and connect thru to paris. But on the way within 1st or 2nd stop are loads of hotels, mostly built from 2002/2003 onwards. Some are quite cheap on weekends as they would normally take business traffic. The point is, within a 5minute train jaunt you save megabucks, and also a lot on food as well. Take a look around - for eaxmple, MySuites are cheap as chips...... Also best western and the like.

Buy this, cheap as you cant find it, often in sally army or 2nd hand shops as anyone who has been before dumps its after going : http://www.amazon.co.uk/Disneyland-Paris-Frommers-Unofficial-Guides/dp/0764564145/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1231072590&sr=1-2
You obviously need to find a newer version tho.

Also review : http://www.dlp-guidebook.de/

And this one, which is often missed and hard to find but provides a MOUNTAIN and very good information : http://www.dlrpmagic.com/. includes things such as details on rides, both current and about to be built, and employees comments and such on new developments and hcanges. The latter is BETTER than the official site, trust me.

Sure - sounds like a military operation, but its not like that. What it is about is that with the traffic, the ride logistics and ages, the family dynamics and the amount of time you have there being limited this is one trip where is REALLY PAYS OFF TO DO THE RESEARCH AND PLAN IT A BIT. Otherwise its a stress out. Things will go off plan, and you want to do things on the fly/spontaneous sure - it works out if you even spend half the time on common sense tips and according to some kind of basic strategy. I know this from taking kids and adults to 4 disney parks over the last 20years. Its just saves time and hassle. And makes you get more out of the whole thing.


Not that interested in going but rep to you for the info. Think I'll save that incase I go in future.
#24
evilhomeruk
Tis good advice. There are plenty of places to find the French school holiday dates as they are by far the biggest visitors.

Also great advice. You must remember that they planned the park with the weather in mind and most rides are under cover and queuing is undercover.

In fact, you can get from the City Hall at the entry to the park to the Indiana Jones ride at the furthest point of the park without being in the open once!

I was so impressed, I bought the company! Seriously, the Eurodisney share price is 4 GBP at the moment, and with 20 shares you qualify for the shareholders club - so for 80 GBP plus 12.50 GBP dealing charge, you get some great discounts for 92.50 GBP. Actually, you can buy 5 shares for 20 GBP plus 12.50 GBP dealing charge and then pay 30EUR for two years membership to get the same benefits, works out about 63 GBP.

The shares could pay for themselves in one visit, for instance, you get 15% off food at most Disney village restaurants and all table service/buffet restaurants in both parks, 10% off Disney hotels, 15% off disney store purchases in the park, 10% off disney stores in the UK, 15% off tickets including annual passports

http://corporate.disneylandparis.com/shareholders/shareholders-club/discounts/index.xhtml


That is brilliant advice! If only I had known that when I booked last time!! Think I might join that shareholders club!!!!
#25
StudentJo
I stayed in a Disney hotel and found that a 500ml bottle of water was 2.50Euros, a large coke was 3.50-4.00 Euros, not sure about chocolate.
Another tip for your convenience is that there is an Esso petrol station easily walkable from all on-site hotels, it's closest to the Santa Fe. You can get soft drinks, snacks, coffee, BEER and wine for much better value.

There is also a convenience store in the train station, handy when you are going or coming back from the park.
#26
evilhomeruk
Another tip for your convenience is that there is an Esso petrol station easily walkable from all on-site hotels, it's closest to the Santa Fe. You can get soft drinks, snacks, coffee, BEER and wine for much better value.

There is also a convenience store in the train station, handy when you are going or coming back from the park.


Nice one! Just out of interest, do you have any tips on hotels to stay in cheap? We stayed in sequoia lodge because staying in a Disney Hotel worked out good value (or so I thought) because it came with the park tickets, but obviously if I get an annual pass I would just be looking for a hotel (preferably with nice pool and food) as cheap as possible. Do you know how much I would be looking at spending per night? Possibly half board.

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