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Save up to 40%* at Disneyland Paris Plus Kids under 7 stay and play Free!

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Book by the 15th Of July and you can save up to 40% at Disneyland Paris! Simply book a minimum 2 night, 3 day package by 15th July for arrivals until 8th November 2009. Plus, you can also combi…
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Book by the 15th Of July and you can save up to 40% at Disneyland Paris!

Simply book a minimum 2 night, 3 day package by 15th July for arrivals until 8th November 2009.

Plus, you can also combine this offer with the Kids under 7 Stay & Play Free* offer, which makes for greater savings!
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#1
cheers ill have a look for my sis and her son
#2
It is very reasonable I looked - 2 adults 1 child (3). 3day/ 2 nights in disney hotel santa fe inc eurostar £635 cheap i reckon. Its on tv every 5 mins though lol!
#3
Voted hot - thanks.

Was going to book Haven this year but lookiong at these prices, I would love to be able to take the kids here instead.

However, I cannot afford the extra travelling cost they add on top.

Could anyone tell me how much cheaper it is to travel by car, either by ferry or chunnel, I've never done it before. I live in Midlands. Do they have any parking facilities at the Disney Resort, if so could anyone tell me how much it costs?

Ta in advance...

Wissy
#4
Staying in Hotel Cheyenne, from 3rd November - 5th November (3 day's 2 nights) is coming in at £534.40. Not bad in my opinion.
#5
wissychraddle
Voted hot - thanks.

Was going to book Haven this year but lookiong at these prices, I would love to be able to take the kids here instead.

However, I cannot afford the extra travelling cost they add on top.

Could anyone tell me how much cheaper it is to travel by car, either by ferry or chunnel, I've never done it before. I live in Midlands. Do they have any parking facilities at the Disney Resort, if so could anyone tell me how much it costs?

Ta in advance...

Wissy


We drove at Easter and was absolutely surprised how easy it was to drive it is only a 3 hour drive from the eurotunnel. We got our Eurotunnel on tesco deals but i felt it was great driving as we could take our own snacks and juices etc which costs a fortune there. Also lots of different clothes as you never know what the weather is going to be like.

We arrived early and went to Ikea for lunch.
#6
G0OSE
It is very reasonable I looked - 2 adults 1 child (3). 3day/ 2 nights in disney hotel santa fe inc eurostar £635 cheap i reckon. Its on tv every 5 mins though lol!


I've never been able to get a good price on travel through Disneyland, even including the under 7's travel free, they seem to want around £500 for the Eurostar alone and that's for 2 adults and 2 kids (1 being free)

That surely can't be right. :?
#7
When we went a few years ago, found it cheaper to book the travel with Eurostar direct, rather than as part of the Disney package.
#8
wissychraddle
Voted hot - thanks.

Was going to book Haven this year but lookiong at these prices, I would love to be able to take the kids here instead.

However, I cannot afford the extra travelling cost they add on top.

Could anyone tell me how much cheaper it is to travel by car, either by ferry or chunnel, I've never done it before. I live in Midlands. Do they have any parking facilities at the Disney Resort, if so could anyone tell me how much it costs?

Ta in advance...

Wissy


When we went a couple of years back, we took the ferry. Cheap as chips at the moment I think. And the drive from calais is nice and easy, pretty much one road. The only issue is getting to dover from South Wales, which took 5 hours if I remember correctly!
#9
you can only combine kids stay and play with this discount if you travel by tunnel

having said that, the price seems to include the 40% discount and tickets when going to the booking page.
#10
We went a couple of months ago, cheese burger in Planet hollywood = £17, a beer anywhere = £8, bus transfers from airport to disney £34 rtn. Crazy prices for what it is. Spend a bit more and go to Florida it is 100x better.
Food is much better quality and very very cheap. Weather also is miles better. This is a photo i took as we entered the park...

http://img216.imageshack.us/img216/1235/park1.jpghttp://img216.imageshack.us/img216/park1.jpg/1/

doesn't look very magical
#11
Went a couple of years ago just before prices seemed to rocket for hotel stays and it was really good fun. The prices when we were there were pretty steep, maybe not quite as bad as previous poster, possibly cause the euro wasnt almost 1:1 with the pound when we went. Worth a trip if you can't get the time off work to go to Florida or if its too expensive.
#12
On Thomas Cook its £448 for 2 people eurostar return ashford/pancras to disneyland resort station, and 2nights stay with breakfast both days, at Radisson SAS/Blu Disneyland Pairs hotel. really good reviews! 5 min shuttle ride to the Disneyland park. Only need to buy the disneyland tickets on top about £35-40 each.
#13
Sorry but this is cold for me, I went last year and it was a great time, food is expensive at some places granted.

The reason for cold is that the price is more than last year for our trip, they ALWAYS have these deals on, different spins on the same thing, always works out to around the same price, it's just an attempt to get people to book before a certain date to create interest.

I would recommend going as my kids loved it and contrary to the chap above it was a very magical 4 days and will go back in a year or two, just don't be fooled into thinking this is such a great offer.
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I've posted something similar before but there seems interest in doing it DIY (flying/driving yourself) so I thought I'd rejig my top tip.

So, anyway, global collapse of stock markets yadda yadda, means you can get Disneyland Paris shares for €3.80 a pop and if you buy 20 shares you get life membership of the Stockholders club. If you only buy 5 shares you also get membership but you need to pay €30 every two years to get continuing shareholder benefits. The only fly is that expect it to take 4-6 weeks to get your membership card, though they will fax you a proof a little quicket.

I reckon you could spend £80 (including the trading fees, I used self-trade below) for the 20 share version or about £50 for the 5 share version.

Current share price:

http://www.selftrade.co.uk/quote.php?symbole=1rPEDL

Benefits?

15% off tickets
15% off annual passports
10% off their hotels
15% off park restaurants
15% off shopping in the park

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

and my favourite bit, you gain access to the Park via Salon Mickey - a special little house where you blag coffee, drinks and buns and avoid all the queues to get in.

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

Hope it helps someone.
#15
im going disneyland for 2 days inc 2 nights accom in davey crockket inc breakfast, 2 day tickets and ferry and it has cost me 389 for 4 adults and one child all in
have just posted details a few mins ago
#16
ive just booked ryanair from glasgow to beauvais for 5 pound each kids and adults all in incl taxes and only hand luggage on 23rd june return late 24th
train beauvais to paris 1hr 15 rail europe 11 euro 50 and rer to disney 45 mins for 6 euro
i took advantage of disney offer on here to get free adult entry as i booked a train ticket via rail europe. separate bookings o train fare meant x2 free adult passes to disney
hope this helps. oh book hotel via venere.com you paywhe your there
hope it helps
#17
lnjk;5406482
We drove at Easter and was absolutely surprised how easy it was to drive it is only a 3 hour drive from the eurotunnel. We got our Eurotunnel on tesco deals but i felt it was great driving as we could take our own snacks and juices etc which costs a fortune there. Also lots of different clothes as you never know what the weather is going to be like.
We arrived early and went to Ikea for lunch.

Absolutely. We where at Disney last week. Managed to get a 40% off deal through Hotel L'Elysee which is located in the Val D'Europe area just outside the main Disney Parks/Hotels. It still benefits from the early magic hours and free buses.
Having stayed at Santa Fe last year we prefer the L'Elysee as you are not trapped into paying Disney food prices (£13-15/person for cardboard box takeaway). There is an Auchan Hypermarket 100 metres from the Hotel, 9 restaurants all close by an an RER train station (for trips to Paris or Disney direct).

We also chose to Drive and use Tesco vouchers for the channel tunnel. The drive down from Calais is around 3 hours but I can recommend using a Sat.Nav around Paris as there is no simple Orbital like in London.

I can also recommend taking your own juices/water. We even packed Crisps, Cereal bars and small tins of Tuna salad in an attempt to avoid the hideous park costs. Worked a treat.
#18
I have just gone to Tokyo disney again with my daughter and nephew so do you think Euro Disney would be worth a trip ?
#19
We found that if you were to book an "over 12" child through Disney then they are treated as an adult (for ticket entry purposes) and if you also book Eurostar with then you would get charged an adult train price for them as well as it gets treated as a package!
#20
chapchap
I have just gone to Tokyo disney again with my daughter and nephew so do you think Euro Disney would be worth a trip ?
I know that Tokyo, not under the tight-fisted controls of the Disney Corp, have implemented rides as the Imagineers (ride builders) had always wanted them done, totally state of the art.

I've not been to Toyko, but they are all different, I've been to Disneyland (California, Hong Kong and Disneyland Paris). Disneyland Paris is most like the vision Walt Disney had for Anaheim (the first one in California), and being a newer park it's got souped up versions of some of the rides in Florida, for example, though they are slowly being refurbished around the world.

It's got to be worth a trip, I could spend the £40 entrance fee at the scuffy travelling fair that visits the wasteland near my house every so couple of months. :)

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