5 days / 4 nights Disneyland Paris £89pp @ Travelzoo
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5 days / 4 nights Disneyland Paris £89pp @ Travelzoo

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Found 23rd Apr 2016
5-day Park Hopper Tickets for Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park

FASTPASS­ and Extra Magic Hours (entry to the park from 8am)

Four nights at Disney's Hotel Santa Fe or Disney's Hotel Cheyenne, in a Standard Room

This offer is based on two adults and two children under seven sharing.
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im sure I have read on here before that most of the park is shut in Jan and Feb. could be wrong though.
kids must be under 7 - Its also 2017 jan / feb
We went in February this year. There was planned closure for certain areas but we knew that from the website before booking.
We went in Feb half term last year, a few rides closed, that is all. you can check on the website which rides are shut. Kids absolutely loved it!
super deal. Been twice in Jan. Yes most likely a handful of rides may be closed but most definitely there will be so much more to do it will not spoil your trip. We were lucky with the weather but if you pack for cold and rain you will be fine.
We brought ski gear to be sure we wouldn't feel cold.
Is this not the normal price for Jan/Feb bearing in mind kids under 7 stay free anyway and kids under 18 only have to pay for hotel as park entrance is free for them as well?
Can't get this price on the website, comes up as £356! I've put their dates in they say it is valid for, 2 ads 2 children at Cheyenne. What am I doing wrong?
Deedie

im sure I have read on here before that most of the park is shut in Jan … im sure I have read on here before that most of the park is shut in Jan and Feb. could be wrong though.



That's why it's cheap.^^
nice-new

That's why it's cheap.^^



​and also why the date range was not included in the op's description.
cazcol21

Can't get this price on the website, comes up as £356! I've put their … Can't get this price on the website, comes up as £356! I've put their dates in they say it is valid for, 2 ads 2 children at Cheyenne. What am I doing wrong?



​Same here, can't find anything in Jan/Feb 17 for anything below £356!
cazcol21

Can't get this price on the website, comes up as £356! I've put their … Can't get this price on the website, comes up as £356! I've put their dates in they say it is valid for, 2 ads 2 children at Cheyenne. What am I doing wrong?



[Facepalm]

£89 x 4 = £356.
Yeah that's what I figure but it doesn't say pppn it says pp
Disneyland Paris isn't a cheap break. Just a word of warning, here are a few costs

£120 in fuel and tolls (I live 140 miles from home to Dover), total of about 700 mile round trip. In reality it is closer to £300 if you factor in the real cost of driving a car at 35p-45p per mile.

£80 Ferry return via Calais, or £100 to use a different route avoiding Calais

Food and drink in Disney can set you back £25 each easily a day.

Parking about £10 a day

£40 for AA European cover, possibly cheaper with other companies, unless you already have cover.

Health insurance extra, check your bank account may include travel insurance

Exchange rate is 1.25 € to £, not great, so everything will be expensive

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 twice since, booking last minute, our last trip in June 2014 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.
cazcol21

Yeah that's what I figure but it doesn't say pppn it says pp


£89 per person and 4 people.... (2 adults, 2 children), still 4x £89
brian3313

£89 per person and 4 people.... (2 adults, 2 children), still 4x £89



Kids under 7 are free so it's not £89 x 4
cazcol21

Yeah that's what I figure but it doesn't say pppn it says pp



[Facepalm]

If it was £89 pppn it would be £1424.
paul.jacobs

Disneyland Paris isn't a cheap break. Just a word of warning, here are a … Disneyland Paris isn't a cheap break. Just a word of warning, here are a few costs£120 in fuel and tolls (I live 140 miles from home to Dover), total of about 700 mile round trip. In reality it is closer to £300 if you factor in the real cost of driving a car at 35p-45p per mile.£80 Ferry return via Calais, or £100 to use a different route avoiding CalaisFood and drink in Disney can set you back £25 each easily a day.Parking about £10 a day£40 for AA European cover, possibly cheaper with other companies, unless you already have cover. Health insurance extra, check your bank account may include travel insurance Exchange rate is 1.25 € to £, not great, so everything will be expensiveYou 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 twice since, booking last minute, our last trip in June 2014 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.



​one word FLY!!
just get an annual pass and it will pay for itself over and over. it makes parking free too. Just get a cheap hotel when you want to go and enjoy it its particularly good for those with older kids, like us as its the same price for kids as well as adults.
cazcol21

Kids under 7 are free so it's not £89 x 4



Travelzoo have included the free under 7's to give an utterly misleading per person price - you're right, if you book direct the total price would be around £350 (having done this for the last three years with 2 adults 2 children in Feb myself, this is the normal price for two adults and 2 under 7's)

Travelzoo have dressed it up and made it look like it's a special offer but it isn't - it is the brocure price.
paul.jacobs

Disneyland Paris isn't a cheap break. Just a word of warning, here are a … Disneyland Paris isn't a cheap break. Just a word of warning, here are a few costs£120 in fuel and tolls (I live 140 miles from home to Dover), total of about 700 mile round trip. In reality it is closer to £300 if you factor in the real cost of driving a car at 35p-45p per mile.£80 Ferry return via Calais, or £100 to use a different route avoiding CalaisFood and drink in Disney can set you back £25 each easily a day.Parking about £10 a day£40 for AA European cover, possibly cheaper with other companies, unless you already have cover. Health insurance extra, check your bank account may include travel insurance Exchange rate is 1.25 € to £, not great, so everything will be expensiveYou 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 twice since, booking last minute, our last trip in June 2014 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.



Just get the Eurostar and go straight to the park via Gare du Nord.

We have been twice paying about this booking during the 30 yes days.
It's not as expensive as people make out either.
We have driven, we go by euro tunnel. You dont need to stop. .. We didn't.
We have stayed in the cheyenne and santana fe. Once with food package and once without, personally we found adding the food package on limited where we could eat and preferred it without.
We've always been lucky with weather and although cold it's never been wet, both stays were in Feb half term.
There are lots of tips on trip advisor.
We took £400 of euros with us when we didn't have the food package and that did 4 of us for 4 days for food, drinks and little bits in the shops too. .. just look into happy hours etc.
On both occasions there were only a couple of rides closed and queues for other rides were minimal.
If you haven't been I'd recommend it. We had a fab time. We've done it twice now though so probably won't go again although every so often I do feel like I need a Disney fix :-)
Edited by: "steedam" 23rd Apr 2016
Parking is free at the Disney hotels too. They provide a shuttle bus to and from the park which is just mins away
It's minimum 4 people so even if kids under 7 you still have to pay, it costs more to book less people.
I went on boxing day and only one ride was shut..it was magical with the fake snow wtc and cost more on the coach with no stay!
Itsme12

It's minimum 4 people so even if kids under 7 you still have to pay, it … It's minimum 4 people so even if kids under 7 you still have to pay, it costs more to book less people.



​This would explain the £356 even when putting in 2 adults and 1 child under 7!
Or stay in Paris (much more interesting) and take the train out to Disneyland Paris in 50mins with your own packed lunch...

Kids get to do Disney and Eiffel Tower etc etc. This is the cheapest way to do it. Staying in Disneyland Paris for the whole break with family for days would do my and their heads in.
paul.jacobs

Disneyland Paris isn't a cheap break. Just a word of warning, here are a … Disneyland Paris isn't a cheap break. Just a word of warning, here are a few costs£120 in fuel and tolls (I live 140 miles from home to Dover), total of about 700 mile round trip. In reality it is closer to £300 if you factor in the real cost of driving a car at 35p-45p per mile.£80 Ferry return via Calais, or £100 to use a different route avoiding CalaisFood and drink in Disney can set you back £25 each easily a day.Parking about £10 a day£40 for AA European cover, possibly cheaper with other companies, unless you already have cover. Health insurance extra, check your bank account may include travel insurance Exchange rate is 1.25 € to £, not great, so everything will be expensiveYou 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 twice since, booking last minute, our last trip in June 2014 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 agree that its still expensive, but you could find ways around some of those costs. For example, you could take the ID Bus or Megabus for approximately £30 return (If you look out for deals you could pay as little as £5 each way). Order a EHIC card to cover your health costs (its free). If you feel the need to insure your belongings, You can get insurance for as little as £5 (although I usually got with the Post office for £12).
You're correct in estimating at least £25 per day for food and drink.
paul.jacobs

Disneyland Paris isn't a cheap break. Just a word of warning, here are a … Disneyland Paris isn't a cheap break. Just a word of warning, here are a few costs£120 in fuel and tolls (I live 140 miles from home to Dover), total of about 700 mile round trip. In reality it is closer to £300 if you factor in the real cost of driving a car at 35p-45p per mile.£80 Ferry return via Calais, or £100 to use a different route avoiding CalaisFood and drink in Disney can set you back £25 each easily a day.Parking about £10 a day£40 for AA European cover, possibly cheaper with other companies, unless you already have cover. Health insurance extra, check your bank account may include travel insurance Exchange rate is 1.25 € to £, not great, so everything will be expensiveYou 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 twice since, booking last minute, our last trip in June 2014 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.


The rate has only ever hit 1.4 in 2015 so keep taking out your backside. I also drove London to Malaga Spain for just under €220 in February. You are unnecessarily negative.
ninp

I agree that its still expensive, but you could find ways around some of … I agree that its still expensive, but you could find ways around some of those costs. For example, you could take the ID Bus or Megabus for approximately £30 return (If you look out for deals you could pay as little as £5 each way). Order a EHIC card to cover your health costs (its free). If you feel the need to insure your belongings, You can get insurance for as little as £5 (although I usually got with the Post office for £12). You're correct in estimating at least £25 per day for food and drink.



EHIC card doesn't mean free health cover
nhs.uk/NHS…spx
My trip may/June 3 nights b&b half term costs so far.: ferry 65 return, hotel 195 with code, tickets 310 annual fantasy 2+1 (7yo) from eBay. Breakdown cover and insurance via bank, petrol from Southampton 70. Hoping to spend no more than 800 all in. Hotel B&B disneyland via hotels.com with code 8april. Motorway toll 30?.



Edited by: "pablomalin" 23rd Apr 2016
paul.jacobs

Disneyland Paris isn't a cheap break. Just a word of warning, here are a … Disneyland Paris isn't a cheap break. Just a word of warning, here are a few costs£120 in fuel and tolls (I live 140 miles from home to Dover), total of about 700 mile round trip. In reality it is closer to £300 if you factor in the real cost of driving a car at 35p-45p per mile.£80 Ferry return via Calais, or £100 to use a different route avoiding CalaisFood and drink in Disney can set you back £25 each easily a day.Parking about £10 a day£40 for AA European cover, possibly cheaper with other companies, unless you already have cover. Health insurance extra, check your bank account may include travel insurance Exchange rate is 1.25 € to £, not great, so everything will be expensiveYou 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 twice since, booking last minute, our last trip in June 2014 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.



Car parking is free if you stay in a hotel.

Breakfast is continental at the Hotel Cheyenne. Make some butties for lunch before you leave the breakfast table and you save a fortune and miss the queues at lunch time.

Breakdown cover and travel insurance can be got for £10 per month with a Nationwide Flex Plus account. Other accounts are similar.

Petrol is cheap right now so don't think 35p per mile is a true cost. Particularly if your car has done most of its depreciating.

Do this deal right and you'll come in at less than £1k easily. Florida is much better but if you haven't got £5k plus then definitely go for this!
We were there this February and it was cold, think -6 until lunch one day and even then it didn't get above freezing. I would definitely second the ski gear recommendation - our kids were in salopettes and thick jackets with snow boots on and were still cold.

£25 a day for food is optimistic unless you buy the half board package. The McDisney restaurants come in at around 15 Euros a meal and then dinner anywhere in the park is at least 30 Euros and that's before you want a coffee or something.

You can avoid the tolls if you stick to the N roads, but it will take longer - I guess it's a cost/time thing for you to work out.

We found it easier to stay at the Davy Crockett and go home for lunch each day - cuts the costs massively and there's a great Auchan hypermarket about 5 minutes out of the way on the drive back to the Ranch - you get the free parking still and somewhere not quite so Disneyfied to go back to in the evening.

Either way it's still a shed load of money, but the kids really enjoy it and going at that time of the year means the Disney Dreams light show isn't too late if you have youngsters
paul.jacobs

EHIC card doesn't mean free health … EHIC card doesn't mean free health coverhttp://www.nhs.uk/NHSEngland/Healthcareabroad/countryguide/Pages/healthcareinFrance.aspx



Some of my family live in France only use EHIC card for cover never had any problems with it used it few times
Yes you have to pay for some things then claim back but been no problem for them
Sister did have medical emergency in France was no cost to them self
All you really get with insurance is repatriation cost ie air ambulance ect luggage and cancellation cost
lhurren

Car parking is free if you stay in a hotel.Breakfast is continental at … Car parking is free if you stay in a hotel.Breakfast is continental at the Hotel Cheyenne. Make some butties for lunch before you leave the breakfast table and you save a fortune and miss the queues at lunch time.Breakdown cover and travel insurance can be got for £10 per month with a Nationwide Flex Plus account. Other accounts are similar.Petrol is cheap right now so don't think 35p per mile is a true cost. Particularly if your car has done most of its depreciating.Do this deal right and you'll come in at less than £1k easily. Florida is much better but if you haven't got £5k plus then definitely go for this!



We did that at Santa Fe stocked up with food from breakfast loads other people were doing same
We are going late may half term me wife and DD who is 6 annual pass £130 each this gives you early access so no need for Disney hotel £300 Eurostar via Lille and £167 for three nights B and B at the magic circus. Will take food from breakfast in and buy snacks in casino shop at station and then buy one proper meal per day.

Florida for two weeks last year cost us £1400 flights and car £800 passes £1000 ish accom but food cheap.

I don't think it fair to compare the two we would not go to Paris instead of Florida or because we could not afford Florida we would go somewhere totally different they are not alike at all and there are some things like the weather and the ease of travelling around no jet lag etc that are better in Paris, but there are many many things better in Florida
Well worth going in Jan Feb if can get cheap deal freezing cold but no queuing .Worth it just for tower of terror
just as good as Florida ride imo. Quite few of the rides better than Florida ones (done Florida 4 times)
But there's lot more than Disney in Florida
We have done it couple times when Sun paper did cheap deals
Euro star best way forget driving can end up costing more
I get staff rate on Euro star but still good value normal price ,station is right near to entrance as well
.Free bus,s to hotels (Santa Fe furthest away but still walk able)
We only use EHIC card for France Disney Paris can be done on cheap (dont forget bun,s from breccy )

Edited by: "0scar222" 23rd Apr 2016
paul.jacobs

Disneyland Paris isn't a cheap break. Just a word of warning, here are a … Disneyland Paris isn't a cheap break. Just a word of warning, here are a few costs£120 in fuel and tolls (I live 140 miles from home to Dover), total of about 700 mile round trip. In reality it is closer to £300 if you factor in the real cost of driving a car at 35p-45p per mile.£80 Ferry return via Calais, or £100 to use a different route avoiding CalaisFood and drink in Disney can set you back £25 each easily a day.Parking about £10 a day£40 for AA European cover, possibly cheaper with other companies, unless you already have cover. Health insurance extra, check your bank account may include travel insurance Exchange rate is 1.25 € to £, not great, so everything will be expensiveYou 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 twice since, booking last minute, our last trip in June 2014 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.



'If you ever get the chance to go to Florida, you won't go back to Paris'
Been Florida twice, California 10 or more times, Paris 15 times? Last 3 times I went to Paris, love it. Completely different experiences depending on age of kids, weather, price etc. Paris can be very good value for money if done with enough planning and research. Florida and California also great, just all different.
Cracking price heat from me thanks
paul.jacobs

Disneyland Paris isn't a cheap break. Just a word of warning, here are a … Disneyland Paris isn't a cheap break. Just a word of warning, here are a few costs£120 in fuel and tolls (I live 140 miles from home to Dover), total of about 700 mile round trip. In reality it is closer to £300 if you factor in the real cost of driving a car at 35p-45p per mile.£80 Ferry return via Calais, or £100 to use a different route avoiding CalaisFood and drink in Disney can set you back £25 each easily a day.Parking about £10 a day£40 for AA European cover, possibly cheaper with other companies, unless you already have cover. Health insurance extra, check your bank account may include travel insurance Exchange rate is 1.25 € to £, not great, so everything will be expensiveYou 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 twice since, booking last minute, our last trip in June 2014 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.



Nice if you can afford it.
gnarlybear

The rate has only ever hit 1.4 in 2015 so keep taking out your backside. … The rate has only ever hit 1.4 in 2015 so keep taking out your backside. I also drove London to Malaga Spain for just under €220 in February. You are unnecessarily negative.



Being unnecessarily negative is common on HUKD!!
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