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20% off Various Tickets e.g Disneyland Paris 1-Day Ticket £36.80 / Planet Hollywood Paris:Meal + Drink Voucher for Kids £9.02 @ GetYourGuide
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20% off Various Tickets e.g Disneyland Paris 1-Day Ticket £36.80 / Planet Hollywood Paris:Meal + Drink Voucher for Kids £9.02 @ GetYourGuide

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Posted 17th Jun
Evening folks, some damn good discounts on various Theme parks & attractions, loads to choose from and literally all over the world

Discount applies at basket!

Hit get deal and then search for your location/place - discount will apply at basket.

Includes Harry Potter Discounts and loads more.


Disneyland Paris 1-Day Ticket £36.80
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Planet Hollywood Paris: Meal and Drink Voucher for Kids £9.02
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9/11 Memorial & Museum Admission: Skip the Ticket Line £18.04
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Great price for the Disneyland tickets
I tried to book the planet Hollywood but it's not showing any discount in my basket :/
A10510m17/06/2019 21:21

I tried to book the planet Hollywood but it's not showing any discount in …I tried to book the planet Hollywood but it's not showing any discount in my basket :/


Hit the Get Deal Link then search or click here then search

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Edited by: "goonertillidie" 17th Jun
goonertillidie17/06/2019 21:27

Hit the Get Deal Link then search or click here then search [Image]


Thank you! I don't know how you did it but its working now!
Still £10 more expensive for Kennedy Space Centre but great for Universal. Is Get Your Guide reputable?
paully17/06/2019 21:04

Great price for the Disneyland tickets


Yeah? 1 day 1 park. Not 2 parks...
Disneyland Paris 2 park/4 day passes for 6 adults (kids are under 3 so free entry) all booked saving £279 in total- thanks
johnszi2317/06/2019 23:21

Yeah? 1 day 1 park. Not 2 parks...


For a 1 day 1 park ticket it's an amazing price. Haven't checked the terms but maybe you can buy it twice and use it once in each park? There's enough in each park (yes, even the studios) to justify a full day in each.
paully18/06/2019 03:43

For a 1 day 1 park ticket it's an amazing price. Haven't checked the terms …For a 1 day 1 park ticket it's an amazing price. Haven't checked the terms but maybe you can buy it twice and use it once in each park? There's enough in each park (yes, even the studios) to justify a full day in each.


The only think that makes the studios last a day is the queues
susanwakeling3317/06/2019 23:36

Disneyland Paris 2 park/4 day passes for 6 adults (kids are under 3 so …Disneyland Paris 2 park/4 day passes for 6 adults (kids are under 3 so free entry) all booked saving £279 in total- thanks


I thought was cheap then realised the option for 4 days was at the bottom. It selects 2 days a bit misleading. Also although I’ve never been people say you want need access to both parks on all days. But just check you got the 4 day tickets if that was what you was after
Thinking of going in August to EuroDisney.

Try try to weigh best option. 2 Adults 2 children.

one day and one park basic ticket
( rather go another time we have relatives in France on outskirts of Paris so accomdation sorted)

Get get your guide -
61 x 4 = after discount quoted
@ 198 ish
trustpiliot reviews are 18% bad.

VS

buying from attractiontix

£57 x 4 = £228
however Free FASTpass and discount on food 15%
possibility of code or TopCashback
to narrow gap in price.

PAY more for attraction tix?????
Sometimes cheapest not best option.

Anyone with disney experience advice please. Quietest day to go?

Help appreciated.
TIA.
paully18/06/2019 03:43

For a 1 day 1 park ticket it's an amazing price. Haven't checked the … For a 1 day 1 park ticket it's an amazing price. Haven't checked the terms but maybe you can buy it twice and use it once in each park? There's enough in each park (yes, even the studios) to justify a full day in each.


Even if you do that it works out the same money or slightly more. They’re not stupid
EyeExpert18/06/2019 08:53

Thinking of going in August to EuroDisney. Try try to weigh best option. 2 …Thinking of going in August to EuroDisney. Try try to weigh best option. 2 Adults 2 children.one day and one park basic ticket ( rather go another time we have relatives in France on outskirts of Paris so accomdation sorted) Get get your guide - 61 x 4 = after discount quoted @ 198 ish trustpiliot reviews are 18% bad. VSbuying from attractiontix £57 x 4 = £228 however Free FASTpass and discount on food 15% possibility of code or TopCashback to narrow gap in price.PAY more for attraction tix????? Sometimes cheapest not best option. Anyone with disney experience advice please. Quietest day to go? Help appreciated. TIA.



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August is going to be unavoidably busy. Aim for Wednesday to Friday, avoid weekends completely if at all possible.

Everywhere will give you a printable ticket that you redeem for a real one at the park entrance

Most places will give you the same vouchers (Earl of Sandwich, Planet Hollywood). Earl of Sandwich is a much nicer subway (their philly cheesesteak is great). Planet Hollywood is run down and most gourmet burgers places will match or beat its quality so I'd avoid. DLP is mostly mediocre for food, especially compared to the US parks. Best meal I had was the Tex Mex buffet in Disney Village, expensive but it was really nice. There's a McDonalds and Starbucks outside the parks that are the best budget offerings or you can take your own picnic into the park.

Driving to Disneyland is very easy, it's a straight road the whole way (with the exception of an entertaining rollercoaster drive around Charles de Gaulle, Sat Nav is a must), make sure to have money for the tolls which are expensive (but the toll roads reduce the trip by about 90 minutes so they pay for themselves).
EyeExpert18/06/2019 08:53

Thinking of going in August to EuroDisney. Try try to weigh best option. 2 …Thinking of going in August to EuroDisney. Try try to weigh best option. 2 Adults 2 children.one day and one park basic ticket ( rather go another time we have relatives in France on outskirts of Paris so accomdation sorted) Get get your guide - 61 x 4 = after discount quoted @ 198 ish trustpiliot reviews are 18% bad. VSbuying from attractiontix £57 x 4 = £228 however Free FASTpass and discount on food 15% possibility of code or TopCashback to narrow gap in price.PAY more for attraction tix????? Sometimes cheapest not best option. Anyone with disney experience advice please. Quietest day to go? Help appreciated. TIA.


You get fastpass with all tickets, it's not a bonus on top as some might advertise.

Food vouchers are a con, many stipulations mean it's hard to take advantage of them.
Don't work against set menus or meal deals which are always the best option.
For example Earl of Sandwich, which is highly recommended, their token is strictly off individually ordered food, so should you go for a meal deal (drink + crisps/chocolate) you'd pay less than what you'd pay for all 3 of those with the 15% discount of each of them. It also can't be applied to an order where a combo/meal deal has been purchased, you'd need to start a separate order.

You seem to have more faith in attraction tix despite the extra you'd pay and I've been in that sutuation myself, the difference is nominal and best to go for where your confidence lies.

August is going to be fairly mad and unpredictable, Tues/Wed/Thurs is your best bet but in the summer it being midweek means very little at Disney, it's still crazy busy.
Really good deal this, never heard of site but £40.41 in October for a 1 day 1 park Disney Paris ticket as opposed to £47 everywhere else.

Serious discount to be had on the Florida parks if you haven't your tickets booked yet.

Has anyone booked from this site before?
I think the 15 percent off he is talking about is the experience plus tickets you can now get. They aren't for the Earl of Sandwich, it is a discount in the Disney restaurants. Looks like they also offer extra fast tracks, which are extra to the one you have with every ticket.

This is on picniqs website.

"*New* Multiday Experience+ 
Upgrade your 2, 3 or 4 day multiday ticket to Experience+ to make your trip to Disneyland® Paris the best it can be whilst delivering great value with these 4 magical advantages!

Illuminations: Access to a privileged viewing area to see the illuminations show on 1st day of ticket use, not available to purchase separately!

Super FASTPASS®*: 3 family attractions - On 2nd day, guaranteed entry to 3 top family attractions without the need to book, also operates as a standard FASTPASS® on other attractions during both days.

15% Off Food & Drink at buffet and table service restaurants including character dining with princesses and Café Mickey*

20% Off Disney Merchandise not combinable with any other discounts, min spend €60*"
the getyourguide reviews wouldn't exactly fill you full of confidence uk.trustpilot.com/rev…com
Bad reviews on trust pilot...
Edit: I used Picniq not here, apologies. Screenshots look the same!

This is a 1 Day / 1 Park ticket - you can't upgrade it to a hopper ticket on the day unless you pay the extra to the on-the-day price (i.e. lots) so if you are not sure it is better to go with both. You will struggle to spend an entire day in Studios unless the queues are very bad but this is good for the Main park.

If I did 3 days again I would get 2 x 1 Day 1 Park and 1 x 1 Day 2 Park to box off studios
Edited by: "ML6" 18th Jun
Just been looking at Orlando universal tickets and as expected 20% off......bargain. Just before booking though noticed it says not valid for residents of UK AND IRELAND. I’ve emailed them but beware other tickets don’t state this.
It’s certainly cheaper for universal Hollywood. But I’ve never heard of this website.... is it too good to be true? Can I trust booking through them??? Has anybody booked through this website? TIA
rachelsquires3118/06/2019 20:15

It’s certainly cheaper for universal Hollywood. But I’ve never heard of thi …It’s certainly cheaper for universal Hollywood. But I’ve never heard of this website.... is it too good to be true? Can I trust booking through them??? Has anybody booked through this website? TIA



No booking experience but seems legit.
German /Swedish company.

Trustpilot bad reviews are putting me off.

Thanks great insight and experience shared by members.
Edited by: "EyeExpert" 18th Jun
AnitaCurtis18/06/2019 13:46

I think the 15 percent off he is talking about is the experience plus …I think the 15 percent off he is talking about is the experience plus tickets you can now get. They aren't for the Earl of Sandwich, it is a discount in the Disney restaurants. Looks like they also offer extra fast tracks, which are extra to the one you have with every ticket.This is on picniqs website."*New* Multiday Experience+ Upgrade your 2, 3 or 4 day multiday ticket to Experience+ to make your trip to Disneyland® Paris the best it can be whilst delivering great value with these 4 magical advantages!Illuminations: Access to a privileged viewing area to see the illuminations show on 1st day of ticket use, not available to purchase separately!Super FASTPASS®*: 3 family attractions - On 2nd day, guaranteed entry to 3 top family attractions without the need to book, also operates as a standard FASTPASS® on other attractions during both days.15% Off Food & Drink at buffet and table service restaurants including character dining with princesses and Café Mickey*20% Off Disney Merchandise not combinable with any other discounts, min spend €60*"


It wasn't, it was the food vouchers included with purchases on attraction tix.
Just saved £100 on 4 adult 3 day tickets. Fantastic!
This code is still working for me on the website, saving me £80!
rachelsquires3108/07/2019 04:34

This code is still working for me on the website, saving me £80!

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