Disneyland Paris Weekend Stays -40% and up to 12 yo stay for free - € 396 for the family of four !!! - HotUKDeals
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Disneyland Paris Weekend Stays -40% and up to 12 yo stay for free - € 396 for the family of four !!! £349.00

£349.00 @ Disneyland Paris
I was just looking for Disneyland Paris break and went into the french site. Until tomorrow they have -40% of July and August weekends + up to 12 yo stay for free. Two days tickets for both parks inc… Read More
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3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago
I was just looking for Disneyland Paris break and went into the french site.
Until tomorrow they have -40% of July and August weekends + up to 12 yo stay for free. Two days tickets for both parks included.
For 21-22 July stay for family of four I've paid €396 which is £349 !!!
In Santa Fe hotel and it doesn't include breakfast but including booking fees.
Tickets alone will cost you over €500 !!!
Be quick as the deal is only live until tomorrow !!!

Main link doesnt work so this should hopefully
http://parc.disneylandparis.fr/offres/index.html


Hope it makes sense !!!
Ask if you want some help

This is deal from the french site !!!!

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5 Likes #1
I can't believe that after we all sided with BREXIT, you all still want to go to France! BREXIT means STAY IN YOUR COUNTRY ffs!
#2
Bitbotbang
I can't believe that after we all sided with BREXIT, you all still want to go to France! BREXIT means STAY IN YOUR COUNTRY ffs!
ahahahhahahahahahahhaha X)<3

Edited By: IzuniaM on Jul 04, 2017 23:37
#3
link broken
#4
Nice
1 Like #5
Bitbotbang
BREXIT means STAY IN YOUR COUNTRY ffs!

I think we all know what Brexit means.

What does Brexit mean?
#6
leach982
link broken

link in description now. Sorry
13 Likes #7
teerex
Nice


Paris actually
#8
IzuniaM
link in description now. Sorry
sorry loops you back to hukd
#9
It's in French can it be changed to English ?
1 Like #10
grandoldchap
It's in French can it be changed to English ?

It's French site. Google will usually ask if you wanted it translated. If you change language on the site it will take you to English site and there's no such deal there.

Edited By: IzuniaM on Jul 05, 2017 00:59: Jul 05, 2017 00:59
#11
I would never go on a weekend again. All the locals flock there with their annual passes and you'll be waiting 3+ hrs for all the main rides
1 Like #12
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
5 Likes #13
Bitbotbang
I can't believe that after we all sided with BREXIT, you all still want to go to France! BREXIT means STAY IN YOUR COUNTRY ffs!
I voted brexit and proud of it, but that doesnt mean we shouldn't visit European countries for a holiday. Ffs
#14
Hotel santa fe isn't a bad hotel, stayed there a couple of weeks back.

It's a continental buffet for breakfast and all you can eat tex mex buffet for evening. Think the breakfast was €16 and the evening was €28, that's for adults, kids are a bit cheaper. The rooms don't have air con, only a ceiling fan which didn't do much in the hot evenings.

Takes about 5 mins on the shuttle to the parks or you can walk it in less than 15 mins.
#15
When I change language takes me back to uk site?
#16
I'm just trying to get my head around whether this is better than the 20% off offer plus half board on the UK site (going when you like) or this?

Looking to go at the end of August/September. For not a lot more we can go during the week when its quieter and get the half board package included.

Thanks anyway.
#17
Ben78m
Bitbotbang
I can't believe that after we all sided with BREXIT, you all still want to go to France! BREXIT means STAY IN YOUR COUNTRY ffs!
I voted brexit and proud of it, but that doesnt mean we shouldn't visit European countries for a holiday. Ffs


Shame! We should be supporting the UK economy mate!!! Ireland needs a Irexit because of you lot!
#18
visa needed or not?
1 Like #19
Brexit means breakfast.
3 Likes #20
cipher00
visa needed or not?
mastercard is fine ;p
#21
So if you want to go at the weekend don't as all locals flock there?
Mid-week best then?
#22
I booked mine the French website but clicked through uk top cashback and changed the link after, cashback tracked and paid fine for me (June 2016)
#23
steevieboy4u
I would never go on a weekend again. All the locals flock there with their annual passes and you'll be waiting 3+ hrs for all the main rides
We went last year for a week and to be honest the queues are not bigger than any other park. The maximum wait was about 30 minutes, so I don't really know where did you go to be waiting 3+ hours
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oscarangelbaro
We went last year for a week and to be honest the queues are not bigger than any other park. The maximum wait was about 30 minutes, so I don't really know where did you go to be waiting 3+ hours

I took the family in March, saturday to wednesday. We spent the saturday in the park, it was mobbed, all the locals as was said with their annual passes, queues for the likes of Crushes Coaster, Aerosmith, It's a Small World, Peter Pan all well over 2 hours, the most popular was the Ratatouille ride, and that was just shy of 3 hours. Decided to then take the day on sunday to do Paris sights (instead of a weekday) and the monday to wednesday back in Disney was far far better, waiting times like you say, about 30-45 mins at most.
2 Likes #25
ben1979
I took the family in March, saturday to wednesday. We spent the saturday in the park, it was mobbed, all the locals as was said with their annual passes, queues for the likes of Crushes Coaster, Aerosmith, It's a Small World, Peter Pan all well over 2 hours, the most popular was the Ratatouille ride, and that was just shy of 3 hours. Decided to then take the day on sunday to do Paris sights (instead of a weekday) and the monday to wednesday back in Disney was far far better, waiting times like you say, about 30-45 mins at most.


Great feedback. Exactly why we use this forum!
1 Like #26
ben1979
I took the family in March, saturday to wednesday. We spent the saturday in the park, it was mobbed, all the locals as was said with their annual passes, queues for the likes of Crushes Coaster, Aerosmith, It's a Small World, Peter Pan all well over 2 hours, the most popular was the Ratatouille ride, and that was just shy of 3 hours. Decided to then take the day on sunday to do Paris sights (instead of a weekday) and the monday to wednesday back in Disney was far far better, waiting times like you say, about 30-45 mins at most.
i took my wife in april 2015 on a saturday...we were there for opening, minimal queues, and had done all big rides such as rocking roller coaster by 2pm...a lot of french students go to school on a sat morning so can be quite empty...

given it was 2 years ago though
#27
oscarangelbaro
steevieboy4u
I would never go on a weekend again. All the locals flock there with their annual passes and you'll be waiting 3+ hrs for all the main rides
We went last year for a week and to be honest the queues are not bigger than any other park. The maximum wait was about 30 minutes, so I don't really know where did you go to be waiting 3+ hours

We went in April this year Wednesday to Sunday and the weekend was jammed. The Ratatouille ride, Tower of terror and 2 of the other main rides i can't remember the names of had queues of over 4 hours. We managed to get on 2 main rides on the Saturday and that was through getting a fast pass as soon as the gates opened (after the first few hours they even stopped doing the fast passes as the waiting times were too long. We even had to queue for the first ride for over 2 hours then it was just impossible without the 3+ hr wait times.

Feel free to go on a weekend but i wouldn't do it again as it wasn't much fun, just glad we experienced a few days of normality with no major queues or it would have put me off going ever again.
#28
I go to Disneyland a lot - admittedly I just accept that it's an expensive place to go and I stay in the Disneyland Hotel as it's just easier with young kids, but I'd never go on a weekend.
#29
Trust me you'll need that 40% after you see the price of the food. I might not be as bothered if they could make decent crepes.
#30
Does this include flight as wwll
1 Like #31
I took the wife there on a weekend. It was mega busy and I lost her. Bonus .
1 Like #32
Not sure I'd classify staying 1 night, on the Friday as a 'weekend stay'.
#33
plebbygiraffe
Not sure I'd classify staying 1 night, on the Friday as a 'weekend stay'.
You can stay Sat/Sun
#34
finaahmed13
Does this include flight as wwll
No. Stay and tickets only

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