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Disneyland Paris has just
released a massive winter sale, with up to 55% OFF the
price of hotel and ticket packages.

Two adults and up to four* children can now stay two nights
in a Disney hotel, including breakfast and 3-day park
tickets, from just £169 PER FAMILY!

The 5-day sale ends at midday, 15 December.

Here's a list of the hotels and lowest rates on offer
(prices are for two nights for two adults and up to four*
children under 12):

-Disney's Davy Crockett Ranch*... £169, 55% OFF
-Disney's Sequoia Lodge... £217, 50% OFF
-Disney's Hotel Santa Fe... £225, 30% OFF
-Disney's Newport Bay Club... £252, 50% OFF
-Disney's Hotel Cheyenne... £248, 30% OFF
-Disney's Hotel New York... £381, 30% OFF
-Disneyland Hotel... £534, 40% OFF

The best prices (listed above) are available for stays on
10-14, 17-21, 24-28, 31 January and 1-4 February, 2010. The
sale on all packages is valid for arrivals 22, 26, 27,
28 December and 1 January-9 February.

*The Davy Crockett Ranch can accommodate up to two adults
and up to four children, all other hotel rooms sleep up to
two adults and two children.
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#1
Good deal but Eurostar seems quite pricey in Feb, was quoted nearly £400 for 2 adults and 2 kids.

Has anyone driven across? How long does it take from London and any ideas on cost ? Sorry for the silly questions never been before.
#2
adam787_1
Good deal but Eurostar seems quite pricey in Feb, was quoted nearly £400 for 2 adults and 2 kids.


and thats the problem with disneyland paris. they need to link up with eurostar and have train deals to go with their price deals .. otherwise its either you get a good train price but no pacakge or vice versa
#3
Offer doesn't appear to be working on the disney site as keeps coming up 5 day flash sale is over. Might just be a glitch so hopefully the offer is back on soon.
#4
adam787_1
Good deal but Eurostar seems quite pricey in Feb, was quoted nearly £400 for 2 adults and 2 kids.

Has anyone driven across? How long does it take from London and any ideas on cost ? Sorry for the silly questions never been before.


It's a good 3 and a half hour drive from Calais, nearly all motorways though (One toll on the road which cost in the region of 20 Euro).
#5
pc390;7177005
It's a good 3 and a half hour drive from Calais, nearly all motorways though (One toll on the road which cost in the region of 20 Euro).

Thanks pc, seen a ferry to Dieppe from Newhaven for around £90, gonna look into how far Dieppe is now from Eurodisney.
banned#6
not that good deal as recently they were doing all your meals for free so this worked out cheaper,although this is the best deal you can get now
#7
Ive just had a go although my holiday was more than £169 for my family in Feb, that was not the problem, Eurostar wanted over £600 for travel, making a 2 night holiday very expensive. Boo to Eurostar:x. But yeah to Disney for doing a great offer:w00t:.
#8
I keep getting an error message:cry:
#9
Just bppked over the phone and £50 return for 4 on the ferry too, many thanks:thumbsup:
#10
hannah19790;7178896
Just bppked over the phone and £50 return for 4 on the ferry too, many thanks:thumbsup:


Good price, to and from where ? Who did you book with ?
#11
adam787_1
Good price, to and from where ? Who did you book with ?


Went with P&O from Dover to Calais on the 3rd Feb:thumbsup: Well pleased:-D
#12
hannah19790;7179904
Went with P&O from Dover to Calais on the 3rd Feb:thumbsup: Well pleased:-D

Bit of a drive from Calais and I think you need to cross a toll motorway as well.
Newhaven to Dieppe seems an easier journey.
#13
adam787_1
Bit of a drive from Calais and I think you need to cross a toll motorway as well.
Newhaven to Dieppe seems an easier journey.


It's 3 and a half hours....don't think that's bad for a 3 day trip tbh, yes there is a toll think it's about 20-25euros.....still a bargain if u ask me:-D
#14
Have a great time Hannah.
#15
adam787_1
Have a great time Hannah.


Fankoo;-)
#16
guv
What Disney package have you gone for?

I just tried one of the dates in December and instead of the £169 shown above, (per family) its come out at £630 for 2 nights!

Is that what youve paid?


No, I paid £169 going 3rd feb staying at the Davy Crockett Ranch....1st one I tried, soz not sure about December...but that seems pretty steep:shock:
#17
guv
lol... and that ended up at £690 once I clicked accept!\

I did manage to get nearer that price in January. But the kids are back to school on the 4th, so I guess I'll miss out!


yh mine are at school in Feb to. but decided that it's a 'one off' for us, would never be able to afford £700 or whatever the normal price is so gonna pull him out for a couple of days:thumbsup:

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