Disneyland Paris 3 days and 2 nights at Santa Fe for a family of four Jan-March (prices vary) at Magic Breaks from £602.50
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Disneyland Paris 3 days and 2 nights at Santa Fe for a family of four Jan-March (prices vary) at Magic Breaks from £602.50

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Expires on 31/03/2020Posted 22nd Dec 2019
Disneyland Paris is a bit marmite, especially if you have been to Florida, But they have a 35% off offer between now and end of March. Prices vary, a mid-march holiday for two nights and 3 days in the parks costs £602.50 for a family of four. There doesn't seem to be many ride closures in March on the dates I checked, so queues shouldn't be too bad. No food included. Parking at the hotel is free and its a 15-20 min walk, or take the shuttle bus.

You can add ferry return for about £80, (or book direct with P&O for the same price and probably more flexibility, but that won't be ATOL protected)
An extra night and extra day in the parks costs about £163, making 3 nights and 4 days £765 for a family of four.

£23.60 topcashback for £500-£999.99 purchase with magicbreaks

Its a reasonable price when you look at park ticket prices, 3 day tickets for four adults is £740.

Other costs to consider.
Food is expensive with the poor exchange rate, easily spend £25 a day per person. £300 for four people in 3 days.
Travel insurance, don't forget your E111 card as well.
Tolls are about £35 return
Car insurance add on may cost £10-£30 for European travel - plus you may need a green card with Brexit, ask your insurer.
European breakdown - may be covered by your bank account.
Fuel, would be £150 for me, 800 miles. In reality 800 miles costs me £360 in fuel, wear and tear, depreciation etc. (I'm self-employed so know the full cost of running my cars - its not just the fuel you stick in)
If you opt for the 2 night stay, you may want to travel on day 1 and stay in a cheap hotel then have at least 2 full days in the parks, it takes an age to get to DLP and by the time I'm there, I'm creamed out. Hotels cost £50-£65, The B+B hotel at Disneyland is about £65 for a night and on the shuttle bus route if you want to pop for some food in the evening without having to pay for parking or the hassle of more driving. You would have to book your ferry direct with P&O for this option as package ferry times are on the days of staying at the hotels, so can't book the ferry -1 day earlier than booking)
Driving in France - you need warning triangles, breathalysers, headlight adjustment stickers (newer cars change with a touch of the lighting settings)
Like the UK it maybe cold and wet, highs of 13 degrees, lows of freezing

So 2 nights in Santa Fe + 3 day tickets + cheap hotel, food etc will cost me £1300 (just taking fuel costs into account), minus £23.60 topcashback.

I'd rather go to DLP than Centre Parcs which was terrible the last few times we have been and doesn't cost that much more once you have hired bikes and booked activities and restaurants,
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Heat for the sheer level of detail
Edited by: "kasabians" 22nd Dec 2019
Heat from me due to high level of planning & detail
Heat especially for the planning and description.
I'll vouch on staying in a B&B the night before the break begins - we did so in our last break there. There was a hotel f1 near val d'europe which we stayed in. Very basic, but left around 8am the following day and a short drive to our Disney hotel. We were checked in and in the park by 10. Nobody was tired etc and we made the most of our time there
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Good deal here
Heat for the sheer level of detail
Edited by: "kasabians" 22nd Dec 2019
Heat from me due to high level of planning & detail
Heat especially for the planning and description.
Good if you want to go on a budget, it’s going to be cold- it’s not Florida, but it’s cheap. Kids would love it still especially if they havnt been flo
Was going to use magic breaks a couple of months ago but their customer service when making an enquiry about their Eurostar pricing was very dismissive and rude. If it's that bad when trying to get my money, would hate to see how bad it is after they had it. Booked direct in end
Their Trustpilot also makes for pretty grim reading

Saying that, I'm sure there will be people on here who have used them and had good experiences
ATOL isn’t a thing unless flights are included.
Just come back from there this week. Normally freezing this time of year and it was relatively mild. My son who is 9 said he loved the park but wasn’t impressed with the ignorance and rudeness of the other attendees. Especially during the fireworks.
Thanks great info.
I'll vouch on staying in a B&B the night before the break begins - we did so in our last break there. There was a hotel f1 near val d'europe which we stayed in. Very basic, but left around 8am the following day and a short drive to our Disney hotel. We were checked in and in the park by 10. Nobody was tired etc and we made the most of our time there
Is it possible to get similar deals for family of 5?
nitrus23/12/2019 00:17

Just come back from there this week. Normally freezing this time of year …Just come back from there this week. Normally freezing this time of year and it was relatively mild. My son who is 9 said he loved the park but wasn’t impressed with the ignorance and rudeness of the other attendees. Especially during the fireworks.


It's awful when parents embarrass their kids
Ever since I got the deal on here for £750 for 2 nights in Cheyenne, 3 days in the park, breakfast and dinner, 60 euro voucher and euro tunnel I’m struggling to see these deals as any good
Edited by: "lukendyer" 23rd Dec 2019
Be careful if you go for an ultra budget hotel for that extra night, lots of the cheapest hotels on travel sites in the region really are ultra budget, some are glorified youth hostels whilst others are Easyhotel style with ultra tiny rooms (and annoyingly bathrooms with doors that have large gaps at the top and bottom so others in the room can hear and smell everything you do). The former you'll want to avoid as a family, the latter will still be unacceptable to lots.

Driving is easy, it's almost a straight road from the Ferry to Disney (with only a complicated road system as you pass around CDG Airport that's akin to being on a rollercoaster).

Food is stupidly expensive and, (aside from a surprisingly nice tex mex buffet), poor quality. Going to McDonalds or finding vouchers for Earl of Sandwich will save you a lot of money. Try to eat a lot for breakfast to avoid needing to get lunch in the parks.
thank you, booked
Amazing details! Thank you. The whole breakdown really helped me!
Don't bother and put the money towards Florida. 4 Disney parks as opposed to Euros 2 and also 2 Universal Parks and more. Your bucks go much further as food hotels car hire and juice much cheaper. Also much better weather in Q1
For food and booze we used the shop in the Train station, which is just outside the parks and much cheaper than inside the parks. Although, you would have to exit the park complex and go back through security again. Just don't try going through security with booze.
jsd7423/12/2019 15:00

Don't bother and put the money towards Florida. 4 Disney parks as opposed …Don't bother and put the money towards Florida. 4 Disney parks as opposed to Euros 2 and also 2 Universal Parks and more. Your bucks go much further as food hotels car hire and juice much cheaper. Also much better weather in Q1


Depends on your finances, a 2 week Florida holiday on a budget is over £7k with food etc. I priced up a two-week holiday in April the other day. Flights + exec Villa is £2850, Disney+universal tickets £2600, Hire Car £450, airport parking £85 totals £6k plus food and drink at about £100 a day is another £1500 so £7500.
I did manage a good Virgin deal last September for 8 nights, Flights, Villa and Hire car was £1850.
lukendyer23/12/2019 11:09

Ever since I got the deal on here for £750 for 2 nights in Cheyenne, 3 …Ever since I got the deal on here for £750 for 2 nights in Cheyenne, 3 days in the park, breakfast and dinner, 60 euro voucher and euro tunnel I’m struggling to see these deals as any good


I went jan 2a 1c 4nights full board for less then 800 stopping in santa fe! Flights 140 including suitcase x
mickychisnall18023/12/2019 16:02

I went jan 2a 1c 4nights full board for less then 800 stopping in santa … I went jan 2a 1c 4nights full board for less then 800 stopping in santa fe! Flights 140 including suitcase x


That’s a deal! It’s finding them when they appear!
All I’m going to say is £25 per person for food will be tight. When your average buffet is €35 a bottle of coke is €3. Snacks range from €3 for crisps upwards.
Went to Disneyland Paris June 2019.

Booked with love holidays.

600 for flight and hotel.
Direct flights, Manchester - CDG. Morning outbound, evening inbound.
Stayed at Vienna house dream castle, 4 star hotel close to parks.

2 adults 2 children, 4 nights 5 days.
Private transfer each way.

I dont understand how this is a good deal.
Even when adding on tickets and food, it still cost us less?
Ive been 3 times now to Disneyland Paris, and I have to say the 3rd time was the last, the place is consumerism in a bottle, there is no magic anymore even the kids end up tired and crying by the end of the day, its massively overpriced for even a small bottle of water, and food is silly prices.. its tired old and run down, I witnessed so much pushing and fighting from parents whom couldnt care less about tramping your kids as long as their kids can view the parade..

The amount of people taking advantage of the Green & Orange Disabled queue skipping is now a joke, I openly heard people more than once bragging they could jump the queue because they fake some illness..

What I will say is these dates are prob the best time to go, its quieter and its not hot, which is a killer in summer because the whole place is 10 square mile of tarmac and concrete.

My advice to anyone considering it, if youve never been then yes do it once, but unless your kids a re Disney mad then if its theme parks you want there are much better ones in Germany, or even Asterix Land in France is better.

Also there were loads of gaint mice running about
BIELSA201923/12/2019 16:50

All I’m going to say is £25 per person for food will be tight. When your av …All I’m going to say is £25 per person for food will be tight. When your average buffet is €35 a bottle of coke is €3. Snacks range from €3 for crisps upwards.


Burger and pizza meals are about £12-£15, pack some snacks and drinks to take in with you. I’ve never paid £30 for a meal.
Heat added for effort but the weather would be shocking that time of year
I went january and yes it was cold first thing so we wrapped up warm but other then that some days we had to take our coats off. Weather is hit and miss no matter what so id rather the risk of it being cold and being quieter in my opinion x
heat for the work gone into this
AntonyWellington22/12/2019 23:59

Good if you want to go on a budget, it’s going to be cold- it’s not Flo …Good if you want to go on a budget, it’s going to be cold- it’s not Florida, but it’s cheap. Kids would love it still especially if they havnt been flo


Bloody kids should love it if they have been florida or not, don't compare Disney land to Disney world they are totally different experiences
Went last week with magicbreaks as a family of 5 for £650 at Davy Crockett ranch . 2 nights 3 days .

Flights return to Beauvais from Dublin for 5. £125 total

Ryanair cancelled our flight on way home but that’s another story
Edited by: "forrest38" 23rd Dec 2019
We’ve been to Florida and to Paris twice in the Santa Fe and the dlp hotel.
This deal is marvellous compared to what we paid! Santa Fe is a lovely hotel and the park is amazing.
Enjoy yourselves if you book! X
amy.hughes4lu23/12/2019 17:02

Went to Disneyland Paris June 2019.Booked with love holidays.600 for …Went to Disneyland Paris June 2019.Booked with love holidays.600 for flight and hotel. Direct flights, Manchester - CDG. Morning outbound, evening inbound. Stayed at Vienna house dream castle, 4 star hotel close to parks.2 adults 2 children, 4 nights 5 days. Private transfer each way.I dont understand how this is a good deal.Even when adding on tickets and food, it still cost us less?


3 days of park tickets for four costs around £700, so guessing you didn't do three days which is why it was cheaper.
Is this really a good deal? Unless I read this wrong it’s costing you £1300 to drive? 4 of us went in last Easter Holidays, including flights 3 nights and passes for 3 days and was less than £1300...
You can’t compare the two budget-wise. £600 won’t buy you a pair of 14-day tickets for Disney World (which is what you need, realistically). If you want Universal too, you’re looking at north of £700 a person just for park tickets. I’ve done both multiple times and it’s getting harder to justify the extra cost of Disney World. The rides at Paris that have an equivalent at Florida are better at Paris. The live entertainment at Paris embarrasses Disney World’s. The only thing that let’s Paris down is how it runs is counter service restaurants, which are frequently closed or have enormous queues. For £600 this is a no-brainier.
Was there last weekend. Embarrassing for Disney. It was shocking. Never again.
Great work Paul thanks for your efforts
I forgot to mention as well each of the three times we have been a large amount of the rides are closed for refurbishment, in fact it took 3 visits to be able to ride everything due to closures, I think its disgusting that Disney do this in peak season too, when they have all winter to refurb stuff..
lukeo4423/12/2019 00:00

Was going to use magic breaks a couple of months ago but their customer …Was going to use magic breaks a couple of months ago but their customer service when making an enquiry about their Eurostar pricing was very dismissive and rude. If it's that bad when trying to get my money, would hate to see how bad it is after they had it. Booked direct in end Their Trustpilot also makes for pretty grim readingSaying that, I'm sure there will be people on here who have used them and had good experiences


So true. Karen from customer services is in a league of her own. From the way she speaks you’d think she was paying me £1000’s. Never again.
It’s a shame because magic breaks has some ok deals but not worth the hassle. I’d definitely go direct next time.
karenhart23/12/2019 22:39

So true. Karen from customer services is in a league of her own. From the …So true. Karen from customer services is in a league of her own. From the way she speaks you’d think she was paying me £1000’s. Never again. It’s a shame because magic breaks has some ok deals but not worth the hassle. I’d definitely go direct next time.


Haha!
There's also a risk they fold and you end up out of pocket or facing a hassle trying to get your money back like Thomas Cook
gazp2323/12/2019 21:06

You can’t compare the two budget-wise. £600 won’t buy you a pair of 14-day …You can’t compare the two budget-wise. £600 won’t buy you a pair of 14-day tickets for Disney World (which is what you need, realistically). If you want Universal too, you’re looking at north of £700 a person just for park tickets. I’ve done both multiple times and it’s getting harder to justify the extra cost of Disney World. The rides at Paris that have an equivalent at Florida are better at Paris. The live entertainment at Paris embarrasses Disney World’s. The only thing that let’s Paris down is how it runs is counter service restaurants, which are frequently closed or have enormous queues. For £600 this is a no-brainier.


Your the only person that I have ever heard say that Paris is better. We went to Paris in April and am in no rush to go back. Massively overcrowded, and so expensive when there. From what I read if we had gone off season it might be more bearable, so this might be better. If I was to go again I’ll take the kids out of school as anything in holidays is likely to be so busy, but that if is not likely to happen
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