Disneyland Paris 1 Day 2 Park Entry Tickets - Adult £50 / Child £46 - Cheapest Deal On The Net!
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Disneyland Paris 1 Day 2 Park Entry Tickets - Adult £50 / Child £46 - Cheapest Deal On The Net!

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Found 14th Aug 2014
I've been looking around for a really good deal on tickets to Disneyland Paris as I'm going to be visiting Paris in October Half Term.

This deal is the best deal I've come across the Interweb and decided to bite. I have over the last few days looked at possibly 20+ sites to find the best deal and this certainly is it.

I did have questions with regards to ticket validity during the Peak Season (which is over the October Half Term - aka as Super Magic) as certain tickets cannot be used during this period and Travel Republic assured me that these tickets can be used on ANY date within 6 months of purchasing.

I've just paid £146 for 2 Adults and 1 Child, saving between £26 - £50+. Thought I'd share with the masses as it really is a good deal.

I asked the advisor whether you get vouchers to print off or if they are actual tickets - he went away to find out - thankfully they're not vouchers but you get actual tickets, which get sent via recorded delivery.

I'm not sure when this offer ends. I'll update the description once I've received my tickets to let you know if they are the official tickets or something which is to be used as a replacement. Apparently, I can just walk straight through the entrance with these rather than having to redeem them at the ticket office.

Edit: Forgot to mention, the closest deal I could find was with Attractiontix - which came in at £172 - but you had to print vouchers instead of getting tickets.

UPDATE 16/08/2014 - I have received my tickets via the post. They come in a card wallet and are print out tickets.

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Sounds really good. Did you get a good travel deal for Paris itself may I ask?

is the ticket being delivered from UK? I am off to Paris during bank holiday and wanted to know if I can receive the ticket by then. thanks for the info.

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binaread

Sounds really good. Did you get a good travel deal for Paris itself may I … Sounds really good. Did you get a good travel deal for Paris itself may I ask?



I managed to get flights through Easyjet (Liverpool Airport -> CDG) at a really good price - just under £300 for all three of us for 3 nights - with only cabin allowance. I looked at the flight prices again a few days ago and they were around the £314 mark for 3 passengers.

I then booked my accomodation via AirBNB - which got me 3 nights for £200 so the whole trip (excluding spends) will cost £646 (inc Park tickets)


Edited by: "anisjolly" 14th Aug 2014

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freakyfreak

is the ticket being delivered from UK? I am off to Paris during bank … is the ticket being delivered from UK? I am off to Paris during bank holiday and wanted to know if I can receive the ticket by then. thanks for the info.



Yeah - sounds like it - it's coming recorded delivery and said should be with me in approx 2-3 days

Hey Anis - we blogged Disneyland Paris a few days back and our team reached the same conclusion too Thanks for sharing and if anyone needs any tips or ideas for putting a package together take a look HERE

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Thanks for that Anis really helpful. Voted hot!

anisjolly

I managed to get flights through Easyjet (Liverpool Airport - CDG) at a … I managed to get flights through Easyjet (Liverpool Airport -> CDG) at a really good price - just under £300 for all three of us for 3 nights - with only cabin allowance. I looked at the flight prices again a few days ago and they were around the £314 mark for 3 passengers.I then booked my accomodation via AirBNB - which got me 3 nights for £200 so the whole trip (excluding spends) will cost £646 (inc Park tickets)




Don't forget the €25 per person train ticket to the park if you're staying in paris (could be more now as that was about 4 years ago)

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JUSTANOTHERSTAR

Don't forget the €25 per person train ticket to the park if you're s … Don't forget the €25 per person train ticket to the park if you're staying in paris (could be more now as that was about 4 years ago)



True - but it depends where you buy your travel tickets from. If you're near Gare Du Nord (which is the location I'd prefer to stay), the single adult fare from Gare du Nord to Marne-la-Vallée is around €7.30 (double it for a return / or there might be a saving), so for a family of 3 such as ours (inc 1 child) - you'd look at approx €35 - €40 (return)

Ticket Price Source
Edited by: "anisjolly" 14th Aug 2014

anisjolly

True - but it depends where you buy your travel tickets from. If you're … True - but it depends where you buy your travel tickets from. If you're near Gare Du Nord (which is the location I'd prefer to stay), the single adult fare from Gare du Nord to Marne-la-Vallée is around €7.30 (double it for a return / or there might be a saving), so for a family of 3 such as ours (inc 1 child) - you'd look at approx €35 - €40 (return)Ticket Price Source



Thats not bad really...would love to know why they charged us €25 each, I used to work in Paris and the train tickets would always seem to vary in price depending on who was at the counter...and how much the English accent came through when buying lol

If you look on DLPMagic they expalin the annual passes. We bought 5 passes and got the 6th free totalling 111euro each . We then visited twice in the year for a week each time making them excellent value.

We paid only €12 . 90 each (adults) for a day ticket from Disney into Paris. that included the metro too.

Great price for a 2 park ticket.

If you only want a 1 park ticket, it's slightly cheaper direct from disneylandparis.fr (about £45 for adult).

I am considering the October half term disney trip as well, however I am looking to drive from london, 2 adults and 4 kids, specifically looking at the hotel listed in stacey's post, anyone done this before and have anything to say about driving eitherway. thanks in advance.

saayinla

I am considering the October half term disney trip as well, however I am … I am considering the October half term disney trip as well, however I am looking to drive from london, 2 adults and 4 kids, specifically looking at the hotel listed in stacey's post, anyone done this before and have anything to say about driving eitherway. thanks in advance.



The drive is fine, French motorways are surprisingly civilised places compared to our motorways. People seem to understand lane discipline there, which is refreshing if you are used to the M6/M1/M25.

Just be careful not to break the speed limit in the slightest (the French police target holiday makers who reach the wide open empty stretches and put their toes down too much) and be sure to get off when Metz is signed, or you end up on the Paris ring road, which is Death Race 2000. I have had entirely pleasant driving experiences all over France EXCEPT that road, which I still wake up screaming about some times. Wherever you get a toll option take it, they are expensive but worth it over the more crowded free options. If you have kids be prepared for the motorway service toilets, which are everything you've heard and worse.

My experience is based on the Calais ferry, I've never done the tunnel.

EDIT: no experience of Stacey's hotel, we stayed at one of the ones on the park since we were only there a couple of days so could justify the expense compared to the time savings getting there in the morning.
Edited by: "Gdfrench" 14th Aug 2014

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Do the Disney characters wear stripey t-shirts with onions around their necks and speak french at the Paris one ?

Hiya, has anyone visited Disneyland in March time? Is it open as normal? I really want to take my little boy before he gets much older and that is the only time I have off!

[quote=saayinla]I am considering the October half term disney trip as well, however I am looking to drive from london, 2 adults and 4 kids, specifically looking at the hotel listed in stacey's post, anyone done this before and have anything to say about driving eitherway. thanks in advance.[/quote;
My family of four just got 4 nights for £228 through Hot wire Secret hotel with £12.00 TCB.The hotel we got is Suite Novotel Roissy.CDG.We got same deal.with OP through Travel Republic.for Disney park tickets.@£168 .We are not driving though.Going with Air France.

Edited by: "bargain1girl" 14th Aug 2014

If you are in elsewhere in France prior to Disney try FNAC.

Tickets good value and can be ordered in the UKand picked up in store.

Okay, just wondering if someone is able to help me? Hoping to visit Disneyland Paris on September 10th or 11th. Is the cheapest ticket £50 for an adult? I don't understand the 2 parks part, sorry to sound so stupid but its all so confusing lol.

stevenbecs

We paid only €12 . 90 each (adults) for a day ticket from Disney into P … We paid only €12 . 90 each (adults) for a day ticket from Disney into Paris. that included the metro too.



How did you get this?

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Malc_32

Okay, just wondering if someone is able to help me? Hoping to visit … Okay, just wondering if someone is able to help me? Hoping to visit Disneyland Paris on September 10th or 11th. Is the cheapest ticket £50 for an adult? I don't understand the 2 parks part, sorry to sound so stupid but its all so confusing lol.



Hi Malc

Ticket prices are are around £44 Adults and £40 for children for 10th Sept. I got these prices from attractiontix.co.uk - I guess the deal I've put in my OP would be beneficial for those looking to go during the Peak Season (October Half Term / Christmas etc).

Ordered theses tickets a couple of days ago which I thought you received through the post as it gives you the option to have them sent recorded delivery. Just received an email with an attachment to print tickets out. How have other people got their tickets.?

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SueMak

Ordered theses tickets a couple of days ago which I thought you received … Ordered theses tickets a couple of days ago which I thought you received through the post as it gives you the option to have them sent recorded delivery. Just received an email with an attachment to print tickets out. How have other people got their tickets.?



Hi Sue

I've not yet received mine. When did you order yours? I guess I'm not really that fussed with printed tickets as the price was well worth it. However, the advisor did check for me if they were coming by post. I'll update my OP with whatever I receive as soon as I get them.

Thanks for the update though!

I drove from Calais to Eurodisney a couple of years ago, first time driving abroad and it was fine. We stayed at Davy Crockett Ranch which was great. Anisjolly - there are two parks next to each other, you will want tickets that give entry to both and at least a day in each park.

Sorry that was meant for Malc_32!

SueMak

Ordered theses tickets a couple of days ago which I thought you received … Ordered theses tickets a couple of days ago which I thought you received through the post as it gives you the option to have them sent recorded delivery. Just received an email with an attachment to print tickets out. How have other people got their tickets.?



Hi Sue,
Just ring them and insist they post to your add.They did same to me and I insisted on posting actual tickets.

Have a look at and go through CE Multiavantages to get them even cheaper.

EUR 201 for four one day two park non dated tickets plus 25 euro joining fee. If there are a few of you going this is well worth it.
I joined just for the year a couple of years ago and bought tickets on behalf of three families and saved a fortune. We just split the joining fee between us.
ce-multiavantages.com/pro…260

Anyone can advise on ferry booking, looking to to leave 30th around 10am Aug to return 3rd around 2pm Sept

DOver to Calias, I can only find about £120 for ferry and £150 for Eurotunnel..

Can anyone find a better deal please?

Thanks in advance.

saayinla

Anyone can advise on ferry booking, looking to to leave 30th around 10am … Anyone can advise on ferry booking, looking to to leave 30th around 10am Aug to return 3rd around 2pm SeptDOver to Calias, I can only find about £120 for ferry and £150 for Eurotunnel..Can anyone find a better deal please?Thanks in advance.


Try DFDS - going to Dunkirk is a little cheaper and there is currently a 20% off code ebar20.
Should get it for around £80 two adults and one car. + TCB of £7.35 so quite a bit cheaper.

Copperface

Try DFDS - going to Dunkirk is a little cheaper and there is currently a … Try DFDS - going to Dunkirk is a little cheaper and there is currently a 20% off code ebar20.Should get it for around £80 two adults and one car. + TCB of £7.35 so quite a bit cheaper.



Thanks for the information, you know how long in advance one should be at the port before crossing?

would 1 hour before the crossing time be sufficient?

The code for DFDS is expired wouldn't accept it. currently suitable ferry is £124 (2 adults and 4 kids) and eurotunnel coming out to be £150. if only I could get the ferry for around £100.

Ahh, sry, just went from vouchers page which says it expires end October 2014.
'20% off Dover to France crossings (Calais or Dunkerque) until October 2014 using offer code @ DFDS Seaways
frumpyoldman
frumpyoldman submitted 2 months, 3 weeks ago, expires in 2 months, 2 weeks
Code:
Instructions: The site has been opened in a new window for you. Simply copy the DFDS Seaways voucher codes, make your purchase and then enter the voucher codes in the box provided at the basket checkout stage.
Voucher Details: Use before the end of October 2014 (excluding bank holiday weekends) to get 20% off your crossings with DFDS Seaways.'
Edited by: "Copperface" 16th Aug 2014

anisjolly

Hi SueI've not yet received mine. When did you order yours? I guess I'm … Hi SueI've not yet received mine. When did you order yours? I guess I'm not really that fussed with printed tickets as the price was well worth it. However, the advisor did check for me if they were coming by post. I'll update my OP with whatever I receive as soon as I get them.Thanks for the update though!



I placed two separate orders for these tickets, we want to visit the park on two days. I have received my 1st ticket order through the post today, these are tickets that have been printed out by Travel Republic then sent out. My 2nd lot are via email attachment but I'm going to call Travel Republic to post as my printer is not working. Don't know why these have been done differently!!

bargain1girl

Hi Sue,Just ring them and insist they post to your add.They did same … Hi Sue,Just ring them and insist they post to your add.They did same to me and I insisted on posting actual tickets.



I will. Thanks

what are the prices if you buy the ticets @ the door, disneyland 1 park.

Hi anisjolly - I too saw this deal and have contacted travelrepublic a couple of times to ask them to confirm if they are valid for the October half term week as every other site including the official eurodisney site are charging a premium as they require supermagic tickets for that week. Does it specify any specific dates etc on the tickets or does it state the ticket type i.e. standard or supermagic? I am keen to buy this deal too but just want to ensure there will be no issues when trying to use them

Thanks

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Dazl01

Hi anisjolly - I too saw this deal and have contacted travelrepublic a … Hi anisjolly - I too saw this deal and have contacted travelrepublic a couple of times to ask them to confirm if they are valid for the October half term week as every other site including the official eurodisney site are charging a premium as they require supermagic tickets for that week. Does it specify any specific dates etc on the tickets or does it state the ticket type i.e. standard or supermagic? I am keen to buy this deal too but just want to ensure there will be no issues when trying to use themThanks



Hi Dazl01

Sorry for the late reply - I've been away in Portugal with no Internet connection! Although who would want to be browsing the Internet when it was 34 degrees out in the open! Lol.

Anyhoos, I've got the tickets in front of me - The tickets clearly state - "Valid 6 months from [the date you bought them]" - There is nothing on the tickets showing any restrictions or dates you are not allowed to visit.

The conditions states:

This ticket gives one person entry to the park(s) or the event indicated above. It is only valid for the indicated date(s).

Although there is nothing to state that they are Super Magic tickets - they look good enough to me. I did ask the same question as I want to ensure we get the chance to visit whilst out there. Travel Republic assured me that they are valid up until atleast the end of the year - although the dates state 6 months from the date you bought it.
Lol. Hope this helps.

Edited by: "anisjolly" 25th Aug 2014

Good find..thanks

anisjolly

Hi Dazl01Sorry for the late reply - I've been away in Portugal with no … Hi Dazl01Sorry for the late reply - I've been away in Portugal with no Internet connection! Although who would want to be browsing the Internet when it was 34 degrees out in the open! Lol. Anyhoos, I've got the tickets in front of me - The tickets clearly state - "Valid 6 months from [the date you bought them]" - There is nothing on the tickets showing any restrictions or dates you are not allowed to visit.The conditions states:This ticket gives one person entry to the park(s) or the event indicated above. It is only valid for the indicated date(s). Although there is nothing to state that they are Super Magic tickets - they look good enough to me. I did ask the same question as I want to ensure we get the chance to visit whilst out there. Travel Republic assured me that they are valid up until atleast the end of the year - although the dates state 6 months from the date you bought it.Lol. Hope this helps.

Hi Anisjoly thanks for the response. I ordered and have just received my tickets but they are not the standard card size tickets you normally get direct from the park, I have received A4 printed sheets, have you received the same? Slightly concerned that the tickets state go straight to turnstile but I assume the turnstiles would require you to swipe the tickets through to gain access through the barrier so not sure if the printed A4 tickets would work? I have gone back to travelrepublic to ask the question and am waiting for a response so will update once I hear.

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Hi Dazl01

I asked the same question when I called them. They advised that they will simply scan the barcode on the tickets at the turnstile.

There are quite a lot of websites out there that offer tickets as A4 print outs - very few offer actual official tickets. Nothing to be worried about

I can't wait to get on that plane - just 6 weeks to go!!
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