Children Under 12 stay & play for free @ Disneyland Paris
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Children Under 12 stay & play for free @ Disneyland Paris

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Found 11th Sep 2014
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 - disneylandparis.co.uk, so ensure you go through the French site to book.
It is worth comparing prices 1st between the 2 sites, but for me, I could save £143 if booked through the French site!

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worked out cheaper on UK website for me

Banned

I thought Disneyland was in america

argosxtra

I thought Disneyland was in america


If you want to be Pedantic, should your name not be Index Killer.

Gutted! Booked through UK Site last week, just worked through our booking options on French site and ferry crossing separately with p&o and we could've saved £200!! Great find tho op!

argosxtra

I thought Disneyland was in america



Disneyland is the Paris version. Disney world is in America.

clarec1984

Disneyland is the Paris version. Disney world is in America.



I believe there's a Disneyland in California, a Disneyworld in Florida and a Disneyland (formerly EuroDisney iirc) near Paris.

And several others of both around the globe. So there.

original Disneyland is in California, Disneyworld is in Florida, Disneyland Paris is shockingly in France and Tokyo Disneyland is in Japan. I also think they are building one in China I wonder what that may be called. Hot deal.

Fab was looking for this thread as it has been posted previously.
I have saved over £150 booking through french web site, I have spoken to Disney online and been told it's fine to book via french site .. wahoo
Thank you heat given

Hmmmmm, take back what I say lol
UK site giving me 2 free night's in March but French site works out more expensive ,
If you book via french site it Won't let you put in UK, so chat have told me to put in LONDONbut check both site's first
Edited by: "lynn44" 12th Sep 2014

Under 12s are free via the U.K. Site, it's been like it for ages

debsallen

Under 12s are free via the U.K. Site, it's been like it for ages



Because they make eniugh money on the parents. Can I leave my kids at the gates? With uncle Scrooge. Lol

How is giving the French a better deal legal under EU law?

great I'll stick them on a ferry and get rid for a couple of days!

Under 7s free on uk site and under 12s free on French site.

New Disneyland opening soon just north of England.

It used to be called Scotland.

There is also a disneyland in Japan

Don't forget to remortgage your house/flat if you plan to buy any food there.

Forgetting the Disneyland In Hong Kong

Great deal. Not that pricey there either comparative to other theme parks. Thanks for heads up

how do u get the page in english?lol

westeight

New Disneyland opening soon just north of England.It used to be called … New Disneyland opening soon just north of England.It used to be called Scotland.

Starring Alex Salmond as Mickey Mouse

liannallinson

how do u get the page in english?lol



Mine automatically say's do you want to translate ? or google translator

I love Disneyland Paris - apart from the French staff who can be miserable buggers at times. Our kids are now over 12 so the deal isn't for me, but if you have small children you must take them there at least once in their lives before they reach 12.

Yes the food and drink in the park is expensive, but it's not that bad.

good find op

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

ncd

Don't forget to remortgage your house/flat if you plan to buy any food … 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" 14th Sep 2014

run down place

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.

grrrr, even if I type the .fr website address it redirects me to uk version!!! help!!
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