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Disneyland Paris - Adult Day Ticket for the Price of a Child (When Visiting Before 1st April) £38.35 with code @ 365 tickets
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Disneyland Paris - Adult Day Ticket for the Price of a Child (When Visiting Before 1st April) £38.35 with code @ 365 tickets

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You can now get a further 10% off using code 366LY- thanks@alphamike
365 Tickets and other 3rd party Disneyland ticket retailers are currently offering adult day tickets for the price of a child's ticket.

Currently available when booking up to 1st April.

Offer valid on 1 Day 1 Park tickets.



Now cheaper - use code 366LY

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Ain't nobody traveling nowhere in the next few months
JustinScot28/02/2020 15:06

Ain't nobody traveling nowhere in the next few months


So people are continuing to travel then
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Visited over christmas, it truly is a magical place. Definatrly recommend a 2 days visit.
naqvial14/01/2020 12:57

Visited over christmas, it truly is a magical place. Definatrly recommend …Visited over christmas, it truly is a magical place. Definatrly recommend a 2 days visit.


The price is bnot right for 2 days. £130?! Can I buy two tickets 2 day 2 parks for £50 less?
Sliwka14/01/2020 14:01

The price is bnot right for 2 days. £130?! Can I buy two tickets 2 day 2 …The price is bnot right for 2 days. £130?! Can I buy two tickets 2 day 2 parks for £50 less?


Yep, cheaper to buy 2 x day tickets individually at the moment.
Both parks £59.33 per day.
I was looking for the tickets for last week of March. Saved £100, cheers!
I bought a cross channel ferry ticket some years back,on the reverse side was an admit one free entry to the park, €67 on the gate, I was there early 9am until 7pm and the crowds were small, very few queues so I went on most things. Even so I feel that I was rushing things so two days are best. I parked in the train carpark by the gate for about €9 and not the €15 park and ride as I wasn't sure if I was going to make a day of it. Can be a bit changable weather wise so wear suitable clothing if in any doubt.
That’s the ticket
Maybe they are not getting as much bookings compared with previous sales for this period as a result of COVID-19.
Ain't nobody traveling nowhere in the next few months
JustinScot28/02/2020 15:06

Ain't nobody traveling nowhere in the next few months


So people are continuing to travel then
opaninkofi28/02/2020 14:53

Maybe they are not getting as much bookings compared with previous sales …Maybe they are not getting as much bookings compared with previous sales for this period as a result of COVID-19.


Also worth noting that Disneyland in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Tokyo are all temporarily closed along with Universal Studios Japan because of COVID-19.

Whilst I understand it's currently just the parks in Asia that are affected, if things escalate they may close other Disney parks too.
Edited by: "jaypr" 28th Feb
naqvial14/01/2020 12:57

Visited over christmas, it truly is a magical place. Definatrly recommend …Visited over christmas, it truly is a magical place. Definatrly recommend a 2 days visit.


Definitely recommend a keyboard upgrade.

Just teasing. Utmost respect to you from another Disney fan.
Yes, i have swype activated on my phone but still type manually which destroys the spelling
rcs10128/02/2020 15:07

So people are continuing to travel then


Triple negative. “Ain't” “nobody” “nowhere”, so people are travelling nowhere
davidandrewdavid28/02/2020 15:55

Triple negative. “Ain't” “nobody” “nowhere”, so people are travelling nowhe …Triple negative. “Ain't” “nobody” “nowhere”, so people are travelling nowhere


Woops missed the third one
davidandrewdavid28/02/2020 15:55

Triple negative. “Ain't” “nobody” “nowhere”, so people are travelling nowhe …Triple negative. “Ain't” “nobody” “nowhere”, so people are travelling nowhere



rcs10128/02/2020 15:07

So people are continuing to travel then


Got there 49 seconds before me
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Adult Day - 5 tickets - £38.35

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Edited by: "spinks" 28th Feb
Can't imagine too many willing to travel with coronavirus which has just been upgraded
I dont think anyone's going to be going anywhere unless they've either already booked and payed.
As others have said, very high risk of them closing the park. On the plus side though, lots of people cancelling trips so it's likely to be less busy than it would have been. Just be aware that a significant portion of Disney Studios is a building site with the tram tour, Armageddon, Rock'n'Rollercoaster now all closed for good (although the Tram Tour and RnR will be turned into other rides)

If it does get closed you could always travel down the road to Parc Asterix, it's less than an hour away.
rcs10128/02/2020 15:07

So people are continuing to travel then


Worrying how popular this comment is...
Free coronavirus included.
Brian_Wade28/02/2020 17:09

Can't imagine too many willing to travel with coronavirus which has just …Can't imagine too many willing to travel with coronavirus which has just been upgraded


Where in France it Uk?
JustinScot28/02/2020 15:06

Ain't nobody traveling nowhere in the next few months


I'm going Paris next week, Lanzarote in 2 weeks and America in April...unless the flights are actually cancelled I will still be going..
Brian_Wade28/02/2020 17:09

Can't imagine too many willing to travel with coronavirus which has just …Can't imagine too many willing to travel with coronavirus which has just been upgraded


At the moment I dont see why youd not travel....get yourself a good mask for the flight and enjoy the cheap prices.

I dont see too many people cancelling their holidays for fear of catching the flu, which at present is much more a risk to life than Corona.
KellyHarrop28/02/2020 19:49

I dont think anyone's going to be going anywhere unless they've either …I dont think anyone's going to be going anywhere unless they've either already booked and payed.


I've taken advantage of everyone panicking and not travelling by bagging mega cheap flights to Paris next weekend and got very cheap disney tickets, so I'm laughing.
JustinScot28/02/2020 15:06

Ain't nobody traveling nowhere in the next few months


If nobody is travelling nowhere...then everyone is travelling everywhere...lol
opaninkofi28/02/2020 14:53

Maybe they are not getting as much bookings compared with previous sales …Maybe they are not getting as much bookings compared with previous sales for this period as a result of COVID-19.


Love how you put the virus code to make yourself appear more intellectual. Almost comes across as pedantic. Hahaha...Bravo though, it make me chuckle.
spenspuma29/02/2020 09:19

I'm going Paris next week, Lanzarote in 2 weeks and America in …I'm going Paris next week, Lanzarote in 2 weeks and America in April...unless the flights are actually cancelled I will still be going..


Bye bye
Thanks heading to Paris on Monday this will come in handy!
spenspuma29/02/2020 09:26

Love how you put the virus code to make yourself appear more intellectual. …Love how you put the virus code to make yourself appear more intellectual. Almost comes across as pedantic. Hahaha...Bravo though, it make me chuckle.


Being pedantic, it's not the virus code, it's the disease name. It can be common to use the disease name, such as chicken pox, rather than the virus name and having /carrying the virus doesn't necessarily mean you have the disease /are symptomatic, so they are perfectly valid to use it. However, in other cases virus name and disease name are used interchangeably by the public, such as HIV/AIDS, or even Influenza /flu to be one and the same.
Rickardo01/03/2020 08:30

Being pedantic, it's not the virus code, it's the disease name. It can be …Being pedantic, it's not the virus code, it's the disease name. It can be common to use the disease name, such as chicken pox, rather than the virus name and having /carrying the virus doesn't necessarily mean you have the disease /are symptomatic, so they are perfectly valid to use it. However, in other cases virus name and disease name are used interchangeably by the public, such as HIV/AIDS, or even Influenza /flu to be one and the same.


Lol..nah, it was definitely being pedantic. Everyone is calling it Coronavirus, calling it COVID-19 are just trying to look clever..lol
Edited by: "spenspuma" 1st Mar
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