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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

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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
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…
IzuniaM Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago34 Comments
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Does this include flight as wwll
No. Stay and tickets only
plebbygiraffe
Not sure I'd classify staying 1 night, on the Friday as a 'weekend stay'.
You can stay Sat/Sun
Not sure I'd classify staying 1 night, on the Friday as a 'weekend stay'.
I took the wife there on a weekend. It was mega busy and I lost her. Bonus .
Does this include flight as wwll
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Disneyland Paris - 1 Park Mini Ticket just £32.00 or Magic Ticket just £43 + Fast Pass

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£32.00 @ Disneyland Paris
Adult ticket at child price. This deal includes Fast Pass for all tickets directly issued by Disney Land Paris. 1 Park,1 Day Mini ticket for just £32 1 Park, 1 Day Magic ticket for £43 Mini is valid… Read More
Adult ticket at child price. This deal includes Fast Pass for all tickets directly issued by Disney Land Paris. 1 Park,1 Day Mini ticket for just £32 1 Park, 1 Day Magic ticket for £43 Mini is valid…
dbmurthy Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
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If you take costumes for the kids that correspond to the ride you get priority access (fast track even on rides without fast track option) ie :-

Pirates ride = Disney pirates of the Caribbean costume
Peter pan ride = peter pan or Tinkerbell costume
Snow white ride = snow white costume
Buzz shooting ride = any toy story costume
Thunder mountain = Woody or Jessie costume
Star Tours = Jedi costume

Well worth taking a collection with you, also they cost an arm and a leg in the park (i seem to remember about 60 Euros a dress ! ouch)
dbizal
I know. I'm an annual passholder lol. I was just replying to the person who says you can only get 1 a day.

Sorry, The response was to SteveBlackman, thought the video will help in addition to your response.
dbizal
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fast pass is only on selected rides and you swipe your ticket and gives you a time to return. it's only valid on one ride per day. so if you go for one day you can only fast pass one day.

This isn't entirely true.

You can indeed get extra Fastpasses however it depends on the time of your first one. Say you get a Fast Pass for Star Tours early you will be able to get another at a later time. It will tell you at the bottom of the Fast Pass ticket the time you are able to try and get another one.


just got back. wish I had known that. was told prior it was one ride per day. FML
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dbizal
This isn't entirely true. You can indeed get extra Fastpasses however it depends on the time of your first one. Say you get a Fast Pass for Star Tours early you will be able to get another at a later time. It will tell you at the bottom of the Fast Pass ticket the time you are able to try and get another one.
Here is the short video about fastpasshttp://www.disneylandparis.co.uk/guest-services/fast-pass/http://tips.disneylandparisandyou.com/index.php?market=uk#tips-fastpass

I know. I'm an annual passholder lol.

I was just replying to the person who says you can only get 1 a day.
dbizal
This isn't entirely true. You can indeed get extra Fastpasses however it depends on the time of your first one. Say you get a Fast Pass for Star Tours early you will be able to get another at a later time. It will tell you at the bottom of the Fast Pass ticket the time you are able to try and get another one.

Here is the short video about fastpass
http://www.disneylandparis.co.uk/guest-services/fast-pass/
http://tips.disneylandparisandyou.com/index.php?market=uk#tips-fastpass
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Disneyland Paris: Adult ticket at Child Price! from £44.00

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£44.00 @ Disneyland Paris
Adult Price detailed above for 1 day, 2 park ticket on selected days. Other days for adults prices vary but still at child price! Bargin! This offer cannot be purchased at the gates of the Disney P… Read More
Adult Price detailed above for 1 day, 2 park ticket on selected days. Other days for adults prices vary but still at child price! Bargin! This offer cannot be purchased at the gates of the Disney P…
laurenceharper Avatar2m, 1d agoFound 2 months, 1 day ago25 Comments
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There is no charge, but if haters gonna hate...
See how I sneaked in another annoying phrase ;)


DealJourno
aligimp
DealJourno
Do people still visit this dump? If you do, you can look forward to long waiting times and a great scam designed to fleece you out of even more money for a priority queue jump pass with some serious restrictions.
Fast pass is free to all? Each to their own I guess.
Question? I understand there is a charge. So not each to their own, or it is what it is. Or whatever pointless phrase people are using these days.
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DealJourno
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DealJourno
Do people still visit this dump? If you do, you can look forward to long waiting times and a great scam designed to fleece you out of even more money for a priority queue jump pass with some serious restrictions.
Fast pass is free to all? Each to their own I guess.
Question? I understand there is a charge. So not each to their own, or it is what it is. Or whatever pointless phrase people are using these days.

There is no charge to use Fastpass, it's a service that's included in your entry admission price.


If that's the case, great - there's nothing worse than when I went to Legoland and Chessington using the Kellogg's free tickets and it cost far more to "upgrade" to the fast pass equivalents. Suffice to say, as a family of 6, I refused and as we had got there before opening and stayed until closing, the queues were manageable.

I do recall in Florida years ago, just using our normal ticket to fast pass etc. plus they had single riders queues at Islands of Adventure, which were super quick (albeit was without young kids).
DealJourno
aligimp
DealJourno
Do people still visit this dump? If you do, you can look forward to long waiting times and a great scam designed to fleece you out of even more money for a priority queue jump pass with some serious restrictions.
Fast pass is free to all? Each to their own I guess.
Question? I understand there is a charge. So not each to their own, or it is what it is. Or whatever pointless phrase people are using these days.

There is no charge to use Fastpass, it's a service that's included in your entry admission price.
aligimp
DealJourno
Do people still visit this dump? If you do, you can look forward to long waiting times and a great scam designed to fleece you out of even more money for a priority queue jump pass with some serious restrictions.
Fast pass is free to all? Each to their own I guess.
Question? I understand there is a charge. So not each to their own, or it is what it is. Or whatever pointless phrase people are using these days.
DealJourno
Do people still visit this dump? If you do, you can look forward to long waiting times and a great scam designed to fleece you out of even more money for a priority queue jump pass with some serious restrictions.
Fast pass is free to all? Each to their own I guess.
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Disneyland Paris Dream passport for £170.00

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£170.00 @ Disneyland Paris
Disney is changing the annual cards big way. The Dream passport which gives 365 days entry is currently for £170 would not be available after 28th March. Go to the link and click "Receive a call" b… Read More
Disney is changing the annual cards big way. The Dream passport which gives 365 days entry is currently for £170 would not be available after 28th March. Go to the link and click "Receive a call" b…
BargainHunter108 Avatar4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago16 Comments
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scarrington
Same here. I think the link must have changed. Its now just the hotel booking page in English. When I first saw this post it was a different page in French. Can anyone confirm if and how they have still been able to get the Dream annual pass deal for £170?
I think they removed that option. You will have to call the UK call center number 08448 008 898 and I think you should still get the deal till 28 March 2017.
olderthanhelooks
Bargain Hunter 108
I forgot to say a huge thank you to you for not only pointing out the deal, but more importantly for reporting that Disneyland are planning to massively change prices for their annual passports. Our time in August will be my 20th visit and we always used to buy on the gate as that, for some time, was the only way to get the annual passport. I ordered and received my temporary tickets. I can validate my passport until 12/9/17 so it is 6 months from purchase date. I have an autistic son who loves Disneyland and we use them 3 times during each 365 day period. I know I could get a free carer's pass but then I would have to go every single day to the disabled kiosk and so prefer the lack of hassle (not very frugal I know).
Anyway thanks for alerting me and also for pointing me in the direction of being able to get the passport cheaper than the Euro price.
Your welcome. Please to hear it helped you. Since you have been there many times you would already know the hotels nearby. Hope you have a great trip and your son has the best time there.
Bargain Hunter 108
I forgot to say a huge thank you to you for not only pointing out the deal, but more importantly for reporting that Disneyland are planning to massively change prices for their annual passports. Our time in August will be my 20th visit and we always used to buy on the gate as that, for some time, was the only way to get the annual passport. I ordered and received my temporary tickets. I can validate my passport until 12/9/17 so it is 6 months from purchase date. I have an autistic son who loves Disneyland and we use them 3 times during each 365 day period. I know I could get a free carer's pass but then I would have to go every single day to the disabled kiosk and so prefer the lack of hassle (not very frugal I know).

Anyway thanks for alerting me and also for pointing me in the direction of being able to get the passport cheaper than the Euro price.
Same here. I think the link must have changed. Its now just the hotel booking page in English. When I first saw this post it was a different page in French. Can anyone confirm if and how they have still been able to get the Dream annual pass deal for £170?
Hi everyone in having trouble finding (Go to the link and click "Receive a call" button. You get an immediate call. Works on Saturday too.) Can someone please help me find the link please by word or picture thank you
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20% off * your Hotel & Park Tickets combined with a Free Half Board Meal Plan including Restaurants in Disney Parks - from £58.00pppn @ Disneyland Paris

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Save up to 20% off * your Hotel & Park Tickets combined with a Free Half Board Meal Plan including Restaurants in Disney Parks! ** Plus, Kids under 7 Stay and Play Free. *** Also available during F… Read More
Save up to 20% off * your Hotel & Park Tickets combined with a Free Half Board Meal Plan including Restaurants in Disney Parks! ** Plus, Kids under 7 Stay and Play Free. *** Also available during F…
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Paris have been overhauling the past year as it's their big anniversary celebrations next year. I went i june, half board and still had a great time. Not everyone can afford america disney, this is the best you can get for a fraction of the price. I can't wait to go back!
nbgrobbo
DLP is rubbish all times of year, more so out of season, even free food isn't enough to tempt!


heard that dlp has improved massively recently. when is your experience from?
gifted2002uk
nbgrobbo
DLP is rubbish all times of year, more so out of season, even free food isn't enough to tempt!
Lol nothing can compare to Walt Disney World Florida


Can you go there for £58pppn?
nbgrobbo
DLP is rubbish all times of year, more so out of season, even free food isn't enough to tempt!
Lol nothing can compare to Walt Disney World Florida
DLP is rubbish all times of year, more so out of season, even free food isn't enough to tempt!
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Disneyland Paris plus Eurostar tickets for a family of 3 for £554.00

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Travel dates - 13th Dec and 15th Dec (for £342.00 for Disney's Hotel Santa Fe) ***you could add another member for no additional price*** Eurostar tickets - London to Disneyland Paris (for £195.00… Read More
Travel dates - 13th Dec and 15th Dec (for £342.00 for Disney's Hotel Santa Fe) ***you could add another member for no additional price*** Eurostar tickets - London to Disneyland Paris (for £195.00…
kaunvin Avatar9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago61 Comments
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Just got back from using this deal, had a great time (y)
It depends when you go what offer you get, I tried booking next August and got offered 2 days free and U7's free, so £666 for a family of four in summer hols which seemed good.
Not voting either way, but only 5 months ago you were able to get 2 extra days and an extra night with more flexibility on dates for pretty much the same price #ThanksBrexit
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Disneyland Paris isn't a cheap break. Just a word of warning, here are a few costs
£140 in fuel and tolls for me (I live 140 miles from home to Dover), total of about 700 mile round trip. In reality it is closer to £325 if you factor in the real cost of driving a car at 35p-45p per mile if you don't have a company car. (Unsure what 35-45p per mile means, read up before commenting)
Food and drink in Disney can set you back £30 each easily a day.
Parking about £10 a day
£40 for AA European cover, possibly cheaper with other companies, unless you already have cover, some bank accounts include breakdown.
Health insurance extra, check your bank account may include travel insurance
Exchange rate is 1.08 € to £, not great, so everything will be expensive. A burger, fries and drink for four would cost a minimum of £75 at Annetts Diner if you bought the cheapest €16 burger and €4 soda each.
You have to allow upto 4hrs driving from calais to Disney with a stop. The last time I went was when the exchange rate was 1.4 and had 3 days in the parks, 4 nights in hotel plus all the above costs. Spending over £1000 for 3 days in the cold, wet, miserable parks. So we decided to never return and have been to florida three times since, booking last minute, our last trip in June cost £5000 for the whole holiday and expenses for a luxury villa with pool, massive suv, ate out all the time, flights, treats, disney and universal tickets, photopass for the memories. £5000 is much more than a Paris trip, but had 2 weeks in Florida. If you ever get the chance to go to Florida, you won't go back to Paris, but if you have never been Parc Astrix nearby is great and so is Disney Studios.
I dont see the attraction of Disneyland Paris. I've always figured its better to pay the extra and go for a couple of weeks to Florida.
8.5hr flight time vs less than 2hrs when travelling with a 5 year old is a huge difference. You also need a car to get about in Orlando whereas once you're in the park at DL Paris that's you, it's all within walking distance. Having said that I still plan to go to Florida in the future.
Calpol works wonders ;)
5 and 2 year old too young for Disney Florida?
I suppose it depends on the children, I didn't want an 8/9hr flight being my daughters first time on a plane.
Personally I think a trip to Disneyland would be wasted on a 2 year old, there'll be loads they can't do and they'll barely remember it but that's just me.
I'm going to wait till my daughters 10 at least before going to the expense of Florida.
We took our daughter to Disneyland Paris at 2 and Florida at 5 and will be taking her again at 7 they are surprisingly resilient. There are pros and cons of waiting but IMHO if you want to capture that Disney magic you need to take them there whenthey are younger at 5 there is so much they love and really believe is magic that they will not when they are even a few years older and this is not something you can get later when it is gone it is gone.
We flew via Montreal left LHR at 2pm arrived at Montreal local time at 4pm we stayed overnight in an airport hotel and used the lag to get up early and get the 7am to MCO this worked for us as it removed much of the jet lag and I think the long flight was only about 5.5 hours.
I can absolutely understand that but when we went to DLP the wee one wanted to go on so many rides she wasn't big enough for yet. I'd hate for the same thing to happen in Florida, it would feel like she wasn't getting the full experience. I'm going to wait until she's old enough to enjoy WDW and Universal, and to be perfectly honest it's for my benefit too as I do enjoy a good rollercoaster and my partner absolutely hates them. Ended up going solo on a lot of rides at DLP! X)
Completely agree about the height though I would say that there are as many rides that she can go on now and will not want to when older so I guess the answer is a trip every year :) We only did Disney last year next year doing Universal et al and it really ups the cost but then we are there for 3 weeks :)
I'd also like to add that my 2 year old son ate free at the buffets. He also loved everything at Disney and I have never seen so much joy on his face when he met Winnie the Pooh. The grin on his face lasted for a week.
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Disneyland Paris Annual Pass - About 10% Discount - Dream @ £169, Fantasy @ £136.00 From Disneyland Paris

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Been looking at going to Disneyland Paris for a few days and eventually opted for a Dream Annual pass as it allows unlimited usage throughout the year, free bag storage, free drinks, various discounts… Read More
Been looking at going to Disneyland Paris for a few days and eventually opted for a Dream Annual pass as it allows unlimited usage throughout the year, free bag storage, free drinks, various discounts…
shane8960 Avatar10m, 1w agoFound 10 months, 1 week ago23 Comments
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Thanks. Just bought a Dream Pass for £169 :)
Just to make you all aware that this offer is still available and it is £169 per person for dream passes.
Just called the number and booked our tickets at the prices above (Dream AP £169!)
Thank you for posting this way of booking tickets! Saved us money compared to paying in Euros.
Only thing to add is that they charge £3 for postage - that's for the order, not per ticket.
garetharmstrong
Bought the dream passes a year ago and stayed in the magic circus hotel. The cost of the dream passes are well worth it with the discounts etc. 2 adults and 2 children Flew from Liverpool with easy jet for only £250 and got the high speed train straight from CDG airport right to Disney in about 20 minutes!
For anyone who already has bought the passes and are planning to renew them, they are currently offering 18 months for the price of 12 months to renew. Just renewed yesterday.
Well worth doing for the smiles on our faces, never mind our kids!

We've never been to Disneyland Paris. We did Florida in April this year and decided to get the Dream passes for France for a year - we've planned 5 or 6 visits already within the 12 months.

Each 3 night/4 day stay will cost us about £300-350 for airport parking, flights, transfer (unsure whether to do TGV or Magical Shuttle at the minute) and hotel for the 2 of us. Means the pass will have cost us £34 each per stay. Given the discounts, free drinks and free luggage storage, the pass will more than pay for itself and effectively give us free entry into the parks :)
Bought the dream passes a year ago and stayed in the magic circus hotel. The cost of the dream passes are well worth it with the discounts etc. 2 adults and 2 children Flew from Liverpool with easy jet for only £250 and got the high speed train straight from CDG airport right to Disney in about 20 minutes!
For anyone who already has bought the passes and are planning to renew them, they are currently offering 18 months for the price of 12 months to renew. Just renewed yesterday.
Well worth doing for the smiles on our faces, never mind our kids!
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4 days in Disneyland Paris for £264 each including flights, onsite hotel, breakfast and park tickets @ disneylandparis

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4 nights in Disneyland Paris staying in Disney's Mexican themed hotel Santa Fe. This price includes all flights, Disney hotel, breakfast and Disneyland park tickets for the full 4 days. I've based Read More
4 nights in Disneyland Paris staying in Disney's Mexican themed hotel Santa Fe. This price includes all flights, Disney hotel, breakfast and Disneyland park tickets for the full 4 days. I've based
BlueSkies Avatar10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago52 Comments
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I vowed never ever ever to go to Disneyland Paris again!! It was such a disappointment took the kids and we managed to get on one ride all day after queuing for about 6 hrs!! And it wasn't even anything special, this was for the Merry go round. The next day went to the MGM studios which was better as we managed four rides.... I suppose if you go in the winter you might be able to go on more rides, but for me after that exoerience I wouldn't go back if it was free !!

that is unbelievable. Which ride was it? And if the wait was that long was it not wise to not queue up for it?
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Save a bit more and spend properly in Orlando.
Paris Disneyland is a joke.
A bit more? A joke?
Way too small.
shrinked version.
there is no point to visit same theme oark twice.
even kids will get bored.
If there is only one to go, definately the ones in Orlando.
About 5-10 times bigger
Agreed, but Orlando isn't an option for everyone - we didn't take our kids to the USA until they were old enough to cope with the travel (7, 10), plus it's a long way to go for a 4 night break.
Saying that, if you can travel off-peak (or even sometimes in peak season) and don't mind messing around a little, you can get there for a reasonable price. We're flying from Birmingham next year on a package holiday with BA for £1900 for May half term week including flights, executive villa with pool and MPV car hire. However that doesn't include park tickets - you'll pay more for a Florida Disney ticket than you would for the entire Paris holiday!

Well said. Going to USA is not a weekend or even 4 day trip. It is a week atleast. As a contrator I would loose a lot for taking extra days off. So Paris is convenient. after 3 days even some adults will get bored. 10 times bigger means u need to spend 10 times more time there too...can we spare tht kind of time and 3-4 times more money?
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I have a PhotoPass Plus which is valid till 27/03/2017. Bought it with an annual ticket but dont think I'm going to go again.
You can get digital versions at no additional cost of character photos or rides simply by presenting the PhotoPass Plus card.
If anyone is interested in purchasing this from me then please get in touch.
Hi - is this pass still available and what price are you looking for please ?

Sent you message mate.
ferdy147
I have a PhotoPass Plus which is valid till 27/03/2017. Bought it with an annual ticket but dont think I'm going to go again.
You can get digital versions at no additional cost of character photos or rides simply by presenting the PhotoPass Plus card.
If anyone is interested in purchasing this from me then please get in touch.
Hi - is this pass still available and what price are you looking for please ?
We go in 4 weeks and I've only paid £1200 for 1 adult and 2 children over 7, staying in sequoia lodge, half board plus with flights, luggage and private transfers
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Disneyland Paris 20% off, free half board upgrade and kids under 7 go free £1,257.00

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Surprisingly good deals direct at Disneyland Paris. 20% off, plus free kids accommodation and parks) for under 7s plus free upgrade to half board. I left it a bit late this year and was getting depres… Read More
Surprisingly good deals direct at Disneyland Paris. 20% off, plus free kids accommodation and parks) for under 7s plus free upgrade to half board. I left it a bit late this year and was getting depres…
dave_gilmore81 Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago16 Comments
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EuroDisney? Sounds like someone's stuck in the past.

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EuroDisney? Sounds like someone's stuck in the past.
French People - Cold

Save up and go the real Disney.
Having visited Disneyland California and Disneyworld Florida - would I be right in thinking this would be a letdown?


Edited By: dealorama on May 12, 2015 19:53
Had a great time loved every minute. Two children aged 5 and 7. Would love to go back. Went end of last March.
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Disneyland Paris - Book via France Just saved over £700!!

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Amazing!! Just booked 4 nights / 5 days at Newport Bay for £1942 for 4 people including Eurostar via French versions of official sites for Disneyland Paris and Eurostar. UK quote was £2665, meaning I Read More
Amazing!! Just booked 4 nights / 5 days at Newport Bay for £1942 for 4 people including Eurostar via French versions of official sites for Disneyland Paris and Eurostar. UK quote was £2665, meaning I
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Is there any negative to booking via the French site/on the phone as opposed to the more expensive UK site?
how do I get this deal
Just got back, so some thoughts / comments for those booked / thinking of booking:

Newport bay is still being refurbed - some staffolding at the front is down but much still up. Reception area is also scaffolded. Shame but not a spoiler as minimal time spent in hotel!!
40 degree heat was bl00dy hot!! - drink plenty of water
Early hours is well worth using as queues got long - 100 minutes for Big Thunder Mountain and 80 for Autopia
Disney Studios - Crush and Ratatouille hit 100 minutes as well - try to get in a queue at opening time - Studios gates open at 9:30 but rides don't start until 10
Euro at 1.35 helps a lot - meal at Planet Hollywood with a 20% voucher (plenty online! - mine was from Destination Coupons) came in at £55 for 4 mains plus drinks
Selfie sticks have been banned now :-) - bag checks are in operation
I didnt realise until the last day, but you can get fast passes for more than one ride simultaneously (might just be me!!) so I had Big Thunder mountain and Indiania Jones fast passes about 40 minutes apart
Indiana Jones ride was empty at 11.30 on Friday morning - could walk straight on and rode three times without queueing!!

Think that's all at present but any questions regarding DLP at present please post and I'll see if I can help


Edited By: aing69 on Jul 06, 2015 10:13
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Hi does this still work? Please can you advise which site I need to book via as the link is no longer working. Many thanks
http://www.disneylandparis.fr/
Though the offer has changed now to 30% off only, so might be worth comparing the packages on the UK site!

Ok thank you will do.
frowner
Hi does this still work? Please can you advise which site I need to book via as the link is no longer working. Many thanks
http://www.disneylandparis.fr/
Though the offer has changed now to 30% off only, so might be worth comparing the packages on the UK site!
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Disneyland Paris Day Pass BOGOF including February half term 45 EUR / £35.50 plus child goes free with every paying adult

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Disneyland Paris have a BOGOF deal on tickets on their French website at the moment, which would be ideal for those planning to visit during the February half term. Every adult pass ( 45 EUR on weekda… Read More
Disneyland Paris have a BOGOF deal on tickets on their French website at the moment, which would be ideal for those planning to visit during the February half term. Every adult pass ( 45 EUR on weekda…
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Just returned, can comment exactly same as above, if your print out ticket is for one days access you just take it to any turn style and the attendant scans it no questions asked, one of our tickets was for 3 days so I scanned it on the self help machines and it threw out a small ticket which i then handed in at the turnstyle to be scanned again no problems at all, saved £160 doing it this way, great offer thanks to the OP
Hi folks.

Just to let you all know, whilst in Paris this week (feb 20 2015) we went on to disneylandparis.fr , booked tickets (relatively easy to book - even if you don't understand French) - used hotel as address in France.

The tickets were emailed in seconds. Printed out at hotel and straight in to Disneyland. The person on the turnstile simply scanned the barcode on the ticket, said 'bonjour' and that was it . No checks on nationality or Id required.

A good deal. Cheers folks.
Thanks for posting this deal. Saw it a few weeks back and saved it in the back of my brain somewhere. Just booked a skiing holiday where I'll be driving to the Alps and have planned a stop off at DLP on the way back which breaks up the driving nicely. Just booked the park tickets and will have a look for a hotel later. Very much appreciated. Without seeing this deal I probably wouldn't have considered stopping off at DLP... wife and kid are both happy :)
Nice one, cheers
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Taking the above offer and using the hotel prices quoted, we got a cheaper deal by staying at disney, plus you can get in the park 2 hours earlier as well :)

Where did you get that deal from may I ask? I'm looking to book soon.

We booked direct through disney, just waited for a good offer. One child went free (unfortunately eldest is over 7) and we are staying at Davy Crocket, for which you need a car but it's self catering so don't have to pay for overpriced food. We also payed £20 each (there are 4 of us) for a character breakfast. Also going Feb half term.
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Children Under 12 stay & play for free @ Disneyland Paris

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Disneyland Paris are offering, children under 12 play & stay for free through their French Website (www.disneylandparis.fr) this offer is not available through the british site - http://www.disneylan… Read More
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grrrr, even if I type the .fr website address it redirects me to uk version!!! help!!
Need help please with last minute holiday!

Hoping to go to Disneyland Paris this weekend, departing late on the 19th Sep and returning late on Monday 22nd Sep. Staying Friday and Saturday nights at or near the park and Sunday night in Paris.

Eurostar is coming out at around £460 for 2 adults a 5yr old and free for my 2yr old.

Would it be better to drive down or even catch a flight?

I live in Lichfield, so can catch flights from either East Midlands, Birmingham or even Luton.

Any hotel recommendations?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Don't forget to remortgage your house/flat if you plan to buy any food there.

Sorry, but that's not true.

Like anything its as cheap or expensive as you want to make it.

I went last year expecting extortionate prices but I was surprised that there was something for all budgets - there is a Mcdonalds that is similar priced to elsewhere. Yes, if you want "character" dining its very expensive (Café Mickey, the Cinderella restaurant etc) but there is value elsewhere.

From memory, I stayed in Hotel Cheyanne and dinner (buffet) was around £25 per adult and I think £15 for children. Looking at the site, meals at the hotel can be prebooked for £19 per adult and £11 per child - not too bad at all considering where you are.

Edited By: elliff on Sep 14, 2014 08:56
I saved £400 for 2 adults, 2 kids aged 15 & 10 .Also £220 saved on flight with jet 2 from manchester instead of booking with Disney
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Family of 4 to disneyland Paris ( 4nights bed and breakfast)with free shuttle to park including ferry crossing (Dover to Calais) and park tickets ( fast track) for all 5 days for everyone and early en… Read More
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This has gone up now i think? Cheapest i can see is 755? Anybody else get cheaper?
Is it worth going for the Shareholders Club? Would be mainly for the food discount but seems to be a few exclusions
Need help please with last minute holiday!

Hoping to go to Disneyland Paris this weekend, departing late on the 19th Sep and returning late on Monday 22nd Sep. Staying Friday and Saturday nights at or near the park and Sunday night in Paris.

Eurostar is coming out at around £460 for 2 adults a 5yr old and free for my 2yr old.

Would it be better to drive down or even catch a flight?
I live in Lichfield, so can catch flights from either East Midlands, Birmingham or even Luton.
Any hotel recommendations?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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hi all, im on the cusp of booking but have a few questions i was hoping some of u lovely hukd'ers could answer?!....
in general is it best to book direct with disney or do travel agents do the same deals maybe a bit cheaper?
I was thinking of booking the santa fe because my little boy is cars mad, but im not sure if its worth paying more to stay in one of the hotels with a pool?...will we have time to use it?!
Someone on trip advisor said that from the end of this year the characters will not be visiting the santa fe in the mornings, if thats true will they be easy to catch elsewhere?
Cant remember for the life of me (I went 10yrs ago!) whether there is evening entertainment in the disney village (outside the hotels)?
also is it good value to book a basic meal package compared to on resort prices?
thanks in advance!!!

Did you get the answers you were looking for?
Tempted.
hi all, im on the cusp of booking but have a few questions i was hoping some of u lovely hukd'ers could answer?!....
in general is it best to book direct with disney or do travel agents do the same deals maybe a bit cheaper?
I was thinking of booking the santa fe because my little boy is cars mad, but im not sure if its worth paying more to stay in one of the hotels with a pool?...will we have time to use it?!
Someone on trip advisor said that from the end of this year the characters will not be visiting the santa fe in the mornings, if thats true will they be easy to catch elsewhere?
Cant remember for the life of me (I went 10yrs ago!) whether there is evening entertainment in the disney village (outside the hotels)?
also is it good value to book a basic meal package compared to on resort prices?
thanks in advance!!!
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Disneyland Paris has a new deal for summer arrivals, with 15% off Disney hotel & park tickets plus a free half board meal plan which can be used at restaurants in the park itself.
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The annual passports are amazing value if you plan on going to Disneyland more than once a year. For example a 4 day park ticket is currently £137 on the Disneyland website and so two of the three pas… Read More
The annual passports are amazing value if you plan on going to Disneyland more than once a year. For example a 4 day park ticket is currently £137 on the Disneyland website and so two of the three pas…
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@supersue thats what i was thinking but wanted to be sure before ordering this offer.
Could be a French term for the EU? Commune Economique???
It says that you need to be a member of CE, but what is CE as i am not a Privilage Club member or a Unesco member?

Regards
We bought annual passes as it worked out as cheap as three day passes we ended up coming back and staying on Airmiles at Magic Circus hotel which we love and because of the passes using the magic hours, however if you plan to stay in a Disney hotel we did not think that you saved anything by having an annual pass as you could get special offers including admission cheaper than you could book just the hotel with the Annual pass discount.
Thanks, that's very helpful. If we can get away with buying them via the French site, setting aside 20 euros for my friends trouble I'd still save about £70!
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Two adults and two kids, for four nights and five days entry to Disneyland - save up to £450 by booking via the French language version of the website. I posted this deal this time last year and ev… Read More
Two adults and two kids, for four nights and five days entry to Disneyland - save up to £450 by booking via the French language version of the website. I posted this deal this time last year and ev…
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Does anyone know how far in advance you can book using this method? I am trying to get a price for May 2015. TIA x
Managed to swap hotels to the Disney's Sequoia Lodge for free, they wanted £290 more for the pleasure.. but excuse was that it was "ok" to make you visit another hotel cos we gave you 50 euros lol. I was not taking that from them. :)
Anyone else was told this while booking?

Afin d’améliorer la qualité de l’expérience que nous proposons et comme vous le savez, des travaux de rénovation sont prévus pendant cette période et certains services (piscine, centre de remise en forme, sauna, hammam, modelage) seront inaccessibles. Vous pourrez profiter des piscines des hôtels Disney's Sequoia Lodge® et Disney's Hotel New York®, mises à votre disposition durant votre séjour(

To improve the quality of the experience that we offer and as you know , renovations are planned during this period and some services (swimming pool, fitness center , sauna, steam room , massage ) will be inaccessible. You can enjoy the pools Hotels Disney 's Sequoia Lodge ® and Disney 's Hotel New York ® , available to you during your stay ( 1).

I'm sure that I never saw that on either website?
Just been trying to book on the French site and it keeps rejecting my cards, tried 2 Visa Debits and 1 Mastercard Credit. Really frustrating, just wondering if there's anything obvious I could be doing wrong? Thanks!!
Don't suppose you know when they will release the December dates as. I could book November but not december and november was over 800 quid cheaper for seven of us but can't go till december due toholidays but could add half board on cheaper than just accommodation on uk site
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biggest RIP off place ever
dont do it
absolutely rip off and even stupid thing you cant take your kids on that time due to school term time.Cold Cold

Unless they are in pre school.
charlotte130
although weather will be chilly in january it will be much quieter and no problem queing for rides/parades etc.

You'd think that but then they just put less staff on (a bit like our local Iceland)....so even though it's spartan, you enter a 'blockbuster ride' queue clean shaven but come off the ride with a beard like ZZ-TOP

It's not funny Walt.

Edited By: HankMcSpank on Nov 19, 2013 00:23
If you like something a little different look at efteling in holland, by some a better park if a little smaller but I remember more from there when we went in 1996 than we went to DLP in 2006
Cheap for the price of DLP , however Santa Fe is not good so worth paying a little more for the next hotel up and we went in jan once and it was so cold we couldn't wait to get back to the hotel room , still heat deserved

Edited By: rdbradshaw on Nov 18, 2013 09:57
We paid for the Disney express which is an extra £16 per adult and totally worth it. Check in in the Eurostar, they take your bags to your hotel and you get stuck right in! Plus you can still make use of your magic hours the day you leave because they take your luggage back to the train station. We checked out at 7:20am and was in the park for 8:20... That's after having breakfast and walking from the Cheyenne. Love DLP.
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With FREE Half board meal plan, what a mouth-watering offer! - It includes one of your meals, lunch or dinner, per person per each night of your stay - You can use your meal voucher in a wid…
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Hi Stacey! Can you help me with my honeymoon. We are looking to travel 2-5th June 2014 for 10-14 nights. All inclusive. Something special or different. We have a budget of £1200.
Thanks, Kate
This has been posted already - http:/****/15Pt4Lt
Just had a couple of days in DLP, it's very quiet at the moment so good for getting on the rides etc. many of the restaurants are closed though and it just doesn't have the Disney effect I remember from
Florida or Tokyo.
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Me too... But you need a week in Paris, 2 days is pointless, you spend at least a day in queues. ----"Florida is more expensive than Paris"----, are you sure you visited Paris or are you saying it was cheaper because you only went for 2 days (lol)?? One hotdog is about £10. DLP is better than Alton towers and is very similar to Florida but the staff just don't have the american friendliness that makes the place magical. I also hate to say it but a lot of europeans are very rude and won't queue, so expect queue jumpers constantly. The food prices in the park at Paris are ridiculous and all in all i spent the same amount of money for 1 week in Paris to 2 weeks in Florida. For the record, I managed to get cheapish tickets on the eurostar for Paris and cheapish flights for Florida. The only reason you need 2 weeks in Florida is there is so much more to do, than just Disney. I'd have 3 weeks if i could.



hays
I have been to Paris and Florida. I would still recommend going to Paris but only for 2 days in the park and maybe a train ride into Paris on day 3 if you want to stretch it out

Whereas Florida, you do need 14 days, but it's way more expensive

Both are completely different in my opinion

Florida is a proper holiday with LOADS to do
Paris is like Alton towers
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dabas
You should never presume as c) you are wrong :) I just took my time, spent over 3 weeks searching for a few hours each day.If like me you put the effort in you will be rewarded. Two of our children are over 12 so are classed as adults on the flights our third child's flight who is 2 was only £30/40 cheaper than the the adult flight price. Our total flight cost for all 5 of us is £2279 and our accommodation cost is £1090.Add it together and it comes to £3369, now divide it by 26(the amount of nights we are staying) =£129.57p then divide that by 5 people = £25.91p

Fair play - of course the longer you stay the better the deals become..... Pretty sure it would be similar price for 14 nights, therefore nearly doubling the price per person per night.
I can only get a maximum 10 days from work at a time (as I imagine is the case for most people), though they'd prefer I only took 5, so a 26 day trip doesn't even come into the equation.

We looked at 14 nights, not even staying in a Disney hotel and we had it to about £3000 for flights & hotel, but then had to add the park tickets on (not just Disney, the whole Orlando set), plus food and spending money and reckoned it would be at least £5000 so decided not to bother.


"Pretty sure it would be similar price for 14 nights, therefore nearly doubling the price per person per night" AH AH ! There you go again assuming ;). Flights yes, accommodation No, That would be about half the price .
dabas
You should never presume as c) you are wrong :) I just took my time, spent over 3 weeks searching for a few hours each day.If like me you put the effort in you will be rewarded. Two of our children are over 12 so are classed as adults on the flights our third child's flight who is 2 was only £30/40 cheaper than the the adult flight price. Our total flight cost for all 5 of us is £2279 and our accommodation cost is £1090.Add it together and it comes to £3369, now divide it by 26(the amount of nights we are staying) =£129.57p then divide that by 5 people = £25.91p

Fair play - of course the longer you stay the better the deals become..... Pretty sure it would be similar price for 14 nights, therefore nearly doubling the price per person per night.
I can only get a maximum 10 days from work at a time (as I imagine is the case for most people), though they'd prefer I only took 5, so a 26 day trip doesn't even come into the equation.

We looked at 14 nights, not even staying in a Disney hotel and we had it to about £3000 for flights & hotel, but then had to add the park tickets on (not just Disney, the whole Orlando set), plus food and spending money and reckoned it would be at least £5000 so decided not to bother.


Edited By: WalkerboyUK on Oct 07, 2013 16:07
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Having been to Disneyworld multiple times and Disneyland Paris a few I would have to agree that Florida is a lot better. However you're going to struggle getting to Florida for any length of time for anywhere near this figure, especially if going in school holidays.

I think this place is pretty overpriced in general but the half board offer will save you a lot of money. To be in Paris within an hour's flight it's very convenient and great fun when thtere. Several of the rides are arguably better than the Florida versions. (Phantom Manor, Pirates)

OP - if it's cheaper I would opt for just the 3 nights and 4 days. You can generally get through most things in that time frame. If already bookd enjoy!

We are going to Florida in the school Holidays, 5 of us it works out at £25.91 per person per night

I presume at that price it:
a) doesn't include park tickets
b) also doesn't include flights

Of course it also depends on the age of your kids.....

You should never presume as c) you are wrong :) I just took my time, spent over 3 weeks searching for a few hours each day.If like me you put the effort in you will be rewarded. Two of our children are over 12 so are classed as adults on the flights our third child's flight who is 2 was only £30/40 cheaper than the the adult flight price. Our total flight cost for all 5 of us is £2279 and our accommodation cost is £1090.Add it together and it comes to £3369, now divide it by 26(the amount of nights we are staying) =£129.57p then divide that by 5 people = £25.91p
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How did you get that price I can only get around £600 at the cheapest
422 pp ???? I am trying to book and price add up to 1500 for 2 adults 1 infant, am I doing something wrong??? I tried on Nov, March, and Oct dates still around 1500 pounds for family of 3 ????
Quidco too
Singhsa
Iv got the same thing- flash sale ended? ;(

Austin316del's link above is working (where it says 'Your text here') but website is extremely slow and cumbersome. I've managed to get through to booking stage (eventually) just to get a quote. Just remember though guys, food and drink is extortionately expensive in the parks and pretty revolting!! If you take your car, you might be able to eat at alternative places outside the parks for evening meals. Also, at breakfast, it's serve-yourself buffet with rolls, croissants, cold meats, cheese etc. so you could make up a few sandwiches to take into the parks with you (well, this is a money saving website!).
Also, the dates I used were for Feb half-term next year and worked out at £512 for a family of 4 (2 adults, 1 child, 1 infant) staying at Santa Fe - for school hols for 4nights/5 days, that is a brilliant price, although we've been before in February and it was absolutely freezing!!

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Also just to add there is a £15.50 handling fee so total price would be £437.50

If you go to a travel agent it's the same price but minus the handling fee. I even managed to get a £30 discount when I told them I could get cashback online. My brother tried that one though and didn't have any luck so I guess it depends on individual agent.

Disneyland Paris Holidays: Hotels and Tickets for Less

Ever since Walt Disneyland opened in Anaheim, California in 1955, it seemed inevitable that Europe would be a future business opportunity for the world’s most famous animated film studio. So it proved, with EuroDisney (the first name of Disneyland Paris) admitting its first visitors in 1992. These days, the resort is a fantastic family destination, and this guide will explain how to travel there as affordably as possible.

Disneyland: Theme Park in France

Disneyland Paris first opened in April 1992, after 20 years of location scouting and planning. The eventual venue was found just outside Paris, within easy reach of major train stations and airports – a location that has enabled the resort to become Europe’s most popular theme park by customer numbers.

In the 1990s, the resort struggled to break even, but weathered the storm, adding new Disney themed rides and gradually becoming established. The turn around was helped by spectacular new rides like Space Mountain, and rising hotel occupancy rates, as people discovered how well the park was set up for family holidays.

By 2008, over 200 million people had visited Disneyland Paris, and annual visitor numbers topped 15 million. New features have been added, like golf, movie themed rides and transport links, as Disney’s European flagship continues to attract families from all over the continent.

Getting to Disneyland Paris and Where to Book Tickets

Disneyland Paris can be found in the suburb of Marche en Vallee, around 20 miles east of the city centre (see below for more detailed transport information). You can book your Disneyland Paris stay at one of the many The best place to book tickets is the Disneyland Paris at www.disneylandparis.co.uk, where you can bundle together accommodation, access to the park and transportation in one easy package.

What You’ll Discover at Disneyland Paris

The Disneyland Paris complex is huge, covering 20 square kilometres, so there’s plenty to see and do. Here are some of the main attractions and services on offer:

  • Disneyland Hotels – Disneyland offers high-quality family accommodation at seven themed hotels. Pick one that fits your kids favourite movies and add all of the features you require for a comfortable stay.
  • Adventureland – An outdoor themed area, featuring rides and attractions like Indiana Jones and the Temple of Peril, Robinson’s Cabin, the Pirate Galleon and Pirate’s Beach.
  • Discoveryland – More oriented towards science and sci-fi, Discoveryland features attractions like the Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast, Starport, the Orbitron and the Autopia go karting circuit.
  • Fantasyland – As the name suggests, Fantasyland is full of elves, goblins, fairies and princesses, and includes attractions like Alice’s Curious Labyrinth, Lancelot’s Carousel and the Voyage of Pinocchio.
  • Frontierland – A Wild West themed area, featuring rides like Big Thunder Mountain, Phantom Manor and the Rustler Roundup Shooting Gallery.
  • Main Street USA – A traditional US town centre, featuring the Disneyland Railroad, shops, places to eat and historic vehicles to ride.
  • Walt Disney Studios Park – A separate section dealing with blockbuster movies, including rides like Meet Spider-Man, the Aerosmith Rock n Roll Coaster and the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror.
  • Toon Studio – A collection of attractions themed around popular cartoons like Ratatouille and Toy Story.
  • Entertainment – Along with rides, guests can head to Disney Village, where they can watch shows at Billy Bob’s, catch a movie at CineMagique, visit the Jedi Training Academy and meet popular characters like Snow White and Mickey Mouse.
  • Sport and relaxation – Play an 18 or 9 hole golf course, book spa treatments, see the animals at the Big Cats Park, go swimming or enjoy pony rides inside the complex.
  • Dining – Disneyland Paris offers a huge variety of dining options ranging from French bistros and American diners to grill houses, bars, cartoon character themed restaurants and burger restaurants like Five Guys.

Along with these core attractions and services, Disneyland Paris also offers plenty of special events, from Halloween and Christmas festivals to half marathons.

Sales at Disneylandparis.co.uk

If you want to shave some pounds off the cost of a holiday at Disneyland Paris, you’re in luck, as the resort regularly offers generous discounts. You’ll find them all at the Disneyland Paris HotUKDeals listings, or you can bookmark the resort’s own Offers section and check back on a regular basis.

If you book in advance, you may also be able to find Christmas deals. Disneyland Paris makes a point of laying on a spectacular show during the festive season, with the Disney’s Enchanted Christmas entertaining kids like no other European destination. If you want to treat your kids to a memorable break, don’t miss their Christmas offers.

How to Book Tickets at Disneylandparis.co.uk

The easiest way to book tickets to Disneyland Paris is at their own website, where you’ll find a variety of options:

  • Package deals – Save money by bundling together your accommodation, flights or trains and tickets to the park itself. Package deals regularly become available with 20-30% discounts, and can be a great way for families to enjoy the resort at the lowest possible cost.
  • Ticket deals – If you intend to stay elsewhere but still want to visit Disneyland Paris, you can enter cheaply by taking advantage of single ticket deals. Choose single day tickets, or go for multi-day passes, which generally work out cheaper.
  • Annual passes – If you know you’ll be returning to Paris during the year, why not go for an Annual Pass? Passes come in a variety of tiers, with extra features like free parking, VIP seating at certain events and discounts across the park.

Booking is simple. Just log onto the site, choose your ticket type and dates, and checkout as you would for any tourist attraction.

You can also book over the phone (by calling 08448 008898). This might be a good option if you are strapped for cash, as you can pay a 15% deposit and pay the balance at a later date, an option that isn’t available with online bookings.

25 Years of Disneyland Paris

Payment Methods Accepted by Disneyland Paris

When you come to finalise your booking with the resort, Disneyland Paris accepts the following payment methods: American Express, VISA credit and debit, Mastercard credit or debit, Carte Bleue or Discovery cards.

All bookings are secured via SSL encryption, which should ensure that your payment details remain private throughout the process.

How to Get to Disneyland Paris

Getting to Disneyland Paris from the UK couldn’t be easier. Here are your main options:

  • Take the Eurostar from London St Pancras, Ebbsfleet or Stratford directly to Disneyland Paris. The whole journey takes around 2 hours 30 minutes.
  • Fly from a range of UK airports to Paris Charles de Gaulle airport then take the Magical Shuttle airport bus straight to your Disneyland hotel.
  • Drive via the Eurotunnel or channel ferries (it shouldn’t take more than 5 hours or so in total).

Cancelling Disneyland Paris Tickets or Accommodation

If for any reason you need to cancel a Disneyland Paris (or change the dates), you can do so fairly easily.

  1. You can e-mail Disneyland Paris at: [email protected]. Include your booking reference and the reason for your cancellation, and staff will then get back to you with the next steps in the process.
  2. Another option is to write to Disneyland Paris with the same information. You can reach them at:
  • Walt Disney Travel Company
    3 Queen Caroline Street
    Hammersmith
    London, W6 9PE
    United Kingdom

Follow Disneyland Paris on Social Media

Disneyland Paris constantly introduce new rides and new package deals, and their social media channels are a great way to stay in the loop. You can follow them at:

Another good source of updates is the Disneyland Paris forum, where fans of the park get together to share their experiences, ask questions to the customer service team and generally stay in touch with what’s going on at the resort.

There’s also a dedicated Disneyland Paris news site, which carries magazine like content, including features about up and coming rides and events.

Using the Disneyland Paris App

Disneyland Paris have created a handy smartphone app which provides estimated waiting times for the on-site attractions, allows you to make restaurant bookings, stay abreast of entertainment schedules and generally enhance your stay. Download it for iOS and Android devices at the Disneyland Paris site.

Contacting Disneyland Paris

If you need to contact Disneyland Paris for any reason whatsoever, you can do so via the following routes:

There’s also a useful FAQ section that covers most basic questions.

Disneyland Paris Deals: Saving Money at HotUKDeals

Disneyland Paris is Europe’s most popular family theme park and is the kind of destination that will thrill everyone (mum and dad included). If you want to take your family on a Disney adventure, do so as cheaply as possible with the Disneyland Paris discounts at HotUKDeals.