Disneyland Paris -  2 Park Ticket just £39 + Fast Pass + FREE Restaurant Vouchers worth €15 at AttractionTix
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Disneyland Paris - 2 Park Ticket just £39 + Fast Pass + FREE Restaurant Vouchers worth €15 at AttractionTix

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Found 30th May 2017
Really great offer going on at Attraction Tix for Disneyland Paris tickets. Adults pay kids prices .....

2 Park Ticket just £39 + Fast Pass + FREE Restaurant Vouchers worth €15

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Save up to 37% off the gate price!

• Jump the queues for the most popular rides with FASTPASS®
• Hop between Disneyland® Park & Walt Disney Studios Park as much as you like for 1 day
• This ticket is GATE-READY – no need to queue, just scan yourself in
• FREE restaurant vouchers worth €15 (per booking) when visit before December 30th 2017!
• For visits up until 27th September 2017
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Whats the normal gate price? We are thinking of going but dont really … Whats the normal gate price? We are thinking of going but dont really know where to start.

If you ask a sensible question on here you get a sarcastic answer. In future ask a sarcastic question and you will get a sensible answer.
What you should have asked is. "This doesn't seem like much of a deal to me!". Someone would have then replied giving you the normal gate price, advising what a good deal this is and lots more insightful information.

It's just the way it works on here.
flang

Whats the normal gate price? We are thinking of going but dont really … Whats the normal gate price? We are thinking of going but dont really know where to start.



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Got the restaurant vouchers when I went a few weeks ago and they're useless. One is 5 euro off a 15 euro spend at Earl of Sandwich that can't be used with their meal deals (which work out cheaper than this 'deal'), and 10 euro off a 25 euro spend at Planet Hollywood that can only be used once per table

Ticket price itself though is HOT!
KittenFace

...Planet Hollywood that can only be used once per table



Not ashamed at all to say I would have sat on different tables that are close enough and used one each. If that's the game they want to play.
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Got the restaurant vouchers when I went a few weeks ago and they're useless. One is 5 euro off a 15 euro spend at Earl of Sandwich that can't be used with their meal deals (which work out cheaper than this 'deal'), and 10 euro off a 25 euro spend at Planet Hollywood that can only be used once per table

Ticket price itself though is HOT!
KittenFace

Got the restaurant vouchers when I went a few weeks ago and they're … Got the restaurant vouchers when I went a few weeks ago and they're useless. One is 5 euro off a 15 euro spend at Earl of Sandwich that can't be used with their meal deals (which work out cheaper than this 'deal'), and 10 euro off a 25 euro spend at Planet Hollywood that can only be used once per tableTicket price itself though is HOT!



​is it worth going for 3 days as we are over in august with our caravan and thought we might visit? thanks.
Whats the normal gate price? We are thinking of going but dont really know where to start.
MRGRINGO

is it worth going for 3 days as we are over in august with our caravan … is it worth going for 3 days as we are over in august with our caravan and thought we might visit? thanks.



Only you can answer that... do you have children? how old are they? How much do you like Disney? How much do you like theme parks? What else might you do with the time? etc etc.
flang

Whats the normal gate price? We are thinking of going but dont really … Whats the normal gate price? We are thinking of going but dont really know where to start.



google.co.uk

Whats the normal gate price? We are thinking of going but dont really … Whats the normal gate price? We are thinking of going but dont really know where to start.

If you ask a sensible question on here you get a sarcastic answer. In future ask a sarcastic question and you will get a sensible answer.
What you should have asked is. "This doesn't seem like much of a deal to me!". Someone would have then replied giving you the normal gate price, advising what a good deal this is and lots more insightful information.

It's just the way it works on here.
pcs7038

http://www.google.co.uk


your link doesnt work, can you find it out for me as im a lazy ass.
flang

Whats the normal gate price? We are thinking of going but dont really … Whats the normal gate price? We are thinking of going but dont really know where to start.



​€99 per adult per day gate price x
£39.00 is mainly off season, Put the dates in to see if it's available. £50.00pp in August.
KittenFace

...Planet Hollywood that can only be used once per table



Not ashamed at all to say I would have sat on different tables that are close enough and used one each. If that's the game they want to play.
Those going for a few day consider annual passes or alternative offers depending on age of children as sometimes under certain ages go free with complete package. We have annual passes and these days we can get there for about 600 quid for wk which includes flights and room. I stay self catering too, won't pay over odds for food plus being vegetarian, they don't cater well at all.
Deal is a bit misleading, it doesn't say specific dates. One would assume it's for all dates until September 2017 but as biju pointed out first week of august is £50pp and the price increases further up until end of august.
MRGRINGO

is it worth going for 3 days as we are over in august with our caravan … is it worth going for 3 days as we are over in august with our caravan and thought we might visit? thanks.




3 days manageable but it be busy. I've been going a fair bit lately and the minimum we done lately as been 5 nights.
Mum2ConnornCerys

Those going for a few day consider annual passes or alternative offers … Those going for a few day consider annual passes or alternative offers depending on age of children as sometimes under certain ages go free with complete package. We have annual passes and these days we can get there for about 600 quid for wk which includes flights and room. I stay self catering too, won't pay over odds for food plus being vegetarian, they don't cater well at all.



Agree kinda with this. Although they have increased the prices for Annual Passes and reduced the discounts you do get (with the new passes).

HEAT added though. This is a great price, especially now there is more to do at the parks with Star Tours and Big Thunder back up and running (The best Big Thunder also may I add).

I would recommend staying off site also - I stay at a place called Relais Spa in Val d'Europe. 5 minutes from Val d'Europe Metro station and they offer a free taxi service to and from the parks.
dbizal

Agree kinda with this. Although they have increased the prices for Annual … Agree kinda with this. Although they have increased the prices for Annual Passes and reduced the discounts you do get (with the new passes). HEAT added though. This is a great price, especially now there is more to do at the parks with Star Tours and Big Thunder back up and running (The best Big Thunder also may I add). I would recommend staying off site also - I stay at a place called Relais Spa in Val d'Europe. 5 minutes from Val d'Europe Metro station and they offer a free taxi service to and from the parks.




Yeh we've had ours since October, I'm always in free and can take some adults in free but I tend to go on my own but it children. Children higher tiered passes so 20% in shops worth having. I tend to stay in Val d'Europe, use free buses but stayed in Torcy last time, just 3 stops on rer it was lot cheaper room too. Not as nice as rooms we've had in Val d'Europe but alright.
Try the thedibb.co.uk - they have a section for Disneyland Paris although most of the site is geared up for Orlando.
Thinking of going good post and discussion- thanks
MRGRINGO

is it worth going for 3 days as we are over in august with our caravan … is it worth going for 3 days as we are over in august with our caravan and thought we might visit? thanks.


In short, yes, worth staying 3 days
Little help please!

Would there be any problem to book this ticket now for 20th September 2017? Would there be any trouble at the gates?

What's the quickest way from london to Disneyland? And how much would that cost?

Thanks for the answers!
MRGRINGO

is it worth going for 3 days as we are over in august with our caravan … is it worth going for 3 days as we are over in august with our caravan and thought we might visit? thanks.


We did all the good bits of both parks in one day.
KittenFace

10 euro off a 25 euro spend at Planet Hollywood that can only be used … 10 euro off a 25 euro spend at Planet Hollywood that can only be used once per tableTicket price itself though is HOT!



To be fair Planet Hollywood probably offers the best choice, value and portion size compared with the other establishments there. £10 off is not a bad deal.

Edited by: "ecraigy" 30th May 2017
its coming up as £50 for me in the period of the offer...
Any recommendations for places to stay?
We looking to go 2nd week in December for 4 days , would it be worth while booking now or waiting for a deal to pop up?
Jammy212

Any recommendations for places to stay?



hotelelysee.com/en/ or Relais Spa as dbizal mentioned earlier
3 days for £105 seems like a better deal
If only going for 1 day, is £50 per person a decent deal for the first week in August or are we likely to get something cheaper if buying in France when there?
Don't suppose anyone has been to Disneyland Hong Kong and know if it's better buying before you go or when you get there? On their site they have a 2 day pass which works out at about £125 for 2 people for 2 days. If anyone knows of a better deal that would be appreciated, thanks Voted hot btw for this deal
living.legend

Don't suppose anyone has been to Disneyland Hong Kong and know if it's … Don't suppose anyone has been to Disneyland Hong Kong and know if it's better buying before you go or when you get there? On their site they have a 2 day pass which works out at about £125 for 2 people for 2 days. If anyone knows of a better deal that would be appreciated, thanks Voted hot btw for this deal



I've been to disneyland HK.. I would suggest you avoid it as its really small and overcrowded. I found people rude and it was really unenjoyable.
My wife lived in Paris for a while and often went to Disney, she thinks this is a good deal and buying it for herself and a friend when they go in August.
This is taking the mickey. And have you queued with French people? They have a different 'ethos'.
supermetroid

I've been to disneyland HK.. I would suggest you avoid it as its really … I've been to disneyland HK.. I would suggest you avoid it as its really small and overcrowded. I found people rude and it was really unenjoyable.



I live in Hong Kong and haven't been to the Disneyland in over 3 years.

As supermetroid said, it is small - although this isn't necessarily a bad thing, you could play on every ride as well as walk around in one day. Overcrowded is another thing but that's mainly due to the influx of China tourists in recent years, which I believe why supermetroid experienced rudeness.

The plus side is they've just refreshed the Space Mountain ride, and since last year they've got the new Iron Man ride (which I believe is a 3D/4D type of ride)
pcs7038

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Thank you - ordered for August at £50 pp with TCB also.
We have camped at Le Chene Gris before, would do that again.
supermetroid

I've been to disneyland HK.. I would suggest you avoid it as its really … I've been to disneyland HK.. I would suggest you avoid it as its really small and overcrowded. I found people rude and it was really unenjoyable.


Worth going to DL HK simply for Mystic Mansion- amazing ride.
supermetroid

I've been to disneyland HK.. I would suggest you avoid it as its really … I've been to disneyland HK.. I would suggest you avoid it as its really small and overcrowded. I found people rude and it was really unenjoyable.



Quite the opposite experience for us, we loved it over Paris but not been to Paris for 15 years. The thing that made a big difference was quality of food much better in Hong Kong.
Current pricing on their 'Adults for kids price' offer:
http://holidays.disneylandparis.co.uk/content/GB/EN/Neutral/system/images/adult-for-kids-ticketoffer.png

http://holidays.disneylandparis.co.uk/content/GB/EN/Neutral/system/images/schedule-tickets-child-price.jpg
Edited by: "bobthewibble" 31st May 2017
Don't forget the big tip of trying their direct offers for other countries though. Go to the main disneyland paris site and then where it says UK English at the top, change it to others - for example, by changing it to French (thanks Google Translate) there is an offer of 40% off all weekend stays plus kids under 12 go free.
Now the UK offer for this summer is only 20% off and free half board food but you pay for kids, so VERY different! But you are allowed to buy from anywhere (till we Brexit anyway...) so try different countries, find the different offers, figure out what works for you but at a first glance that one for French language looks like the best deal if you have kids under 12.
Edited by: "bobthewibble" 31st May 2017
In my experience the best site for general advice on Disney is dlptoday.com/.
Also the Trip advisor forum is very good, but navigation on TA is awful.
We go most years, but out of peak season. You will spend a lot of time in queues at peak time but part of the magic of Disney is the whole place is simply wonderful, it's not just about getting on rides. You will need at least three days to even come close to seeing most of it. We tend to go for four or five so we can relax too.
A train into Paris is also very easy, right from the station outside the parks.
Our personal preference is staying in the Davy Crockett lodge, but you need to have driven there. Otherwise all the Disney hotels are fine, and honestly you'll be so knackered from your time in the park that it's simply somewhere to sleep, so I wouldn't recommend the pricier hotels.
AirBnB are offering more and more places nearby; although I'd guess they are booked for this summer already.
The new Villages Nature (Centreparcs/Disney combined project) is opening very shortly so that might be worth checking out for initial offers:
centerparcs.com/gb-…ris - we drove past it every day, it looks amazing!
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