Disneyland Paris: Adult ticket at Child Price! from £44
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Disneyland Paris: Adult ticket at Child Price! from £44

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Found 20th May 2017
Adult Price detailed above for 1 day, 2 park ticket on selected days. Other days for adults prices vary but still at child price! Bargin!

This offer cannot be purchased at the gates of the Disney Parks. Tickets valid 1 day regarding the validity period of the ticket for one-day visit from the 10th May until the 27th September 2017, following the date of purchase. Some restrictions could be applied with regard to the ticket selected. 
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Thanks for posting - but depressing me now! mini tickets are £32 a day for 1 park. I bought 4 of these for 2 days (1 park per day) so 8 in total- would've saved 72 quid if I'd waited for this...hot
I'm confused by the calender..if I wanted a 1 day 1 park to use on 8th Aug would I buy the magic ticket for £43? Anyone who can help?
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Hi Clara, Yes - the 8th of August is a Magic day so you would need to purchase the £43 one.
clarabellecoww

I'm confused by the calender..if I wanted a 1 day 1 park to use on 8th … I'm confused by the calender..if I wanted a 1 day 1 park to use on 8th Aug would I buy the magic ticket for £43? Anyone who can help?



It could be clearer/simpler, I agree. For 8th August, both Magic and Super Magic tickets are valid.
Anyone know of the best value accommodation (will have car and already be in France - wanting to stop in on return from Brittany) nearby for 2 adults, 4 children? Davy Crockett ranch coming up over £1k (I know includes certain "perks").
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Rickardo

Anyone know of the best value accommodation (will have car and already be … Anyone know of the best value accommodation (will have car and already be in France - wanting to stop in on return from Brittany) nearby for 2 adults, 4 children? Davy Crockett ranch coming up over £1k (I know includes certain "perks").



Hi Rickardo. Have a look at the available Air BnB's in Paris. The train is ~7 EURs per person from Paris and would work out much cheaper.
Having just spent 5 days and 4 nights last week at Disneyland Paris, I really cannot see how 1 day would be anywhere near enough. I thought I would be bored of the park after the first day but I was totally wrong. We didn't even get to see all areas of the park in 3 days and also spent 2 days at the movie studio park.
They were long days too, especially for the 2 kids (3 and 5) as we were in the park by 10am and stayed for fireworks until near 11pm.
We stayed at the Newport Bay Hotel which was very nice but as we walked everywhere (there is a free bus though) we clocked up nearly 10 miles a day of walking.
I personally wouldn't go for a day, I would rather go to a themed park in the UK such as Peppa Pig World (also fantastic) or similar.
Yes it's magical but 1 day isn't even going to scratch the surface of the park.
People do do it however but if you go on a busy day, expect waits of nearly an hour for popular rides or to meet the characters.
Do people still visit this dump? If you do, you can look forward to long waiting times and a great scam designed to fleece you out of even more money for a priority queue jump pass with some serious restrictions.
Very confusing calendar, am I right in saying 5th August only Magic or Super Magic (mini not valid)?
This site has the same prices but gives a free gift of two discount vouchers (Planet Hollywood Disneyland® Paris Discount Card - 15% off Food and Soft Drinks & Earl of Sandwich Disney® Village Discount Card - 20% off Food and Drinks):
https://www.attraction-tickets-direct.co.uk/disneyland-paris-tickets/disneyland-saver-1-day2-park-hopper-ticket

This site also only offers the tickets available for the dates you want so it's a lot clearer.

EDIT: actually I think its less as its £52 not £55 for 2 park 1 day for Magic ticket?

Edited by: "kudos1uk" 21st May 2017
gr1340

Having just spent 5 days and 4 nights last week at Disneyland Paris, I … Having just spent 5 days and 4 nights last week at Disneyland Paris, I really cannot see how 1 day would be anywhere near enough. I thought I would be bored of the park after the first day but I was totally wrong. We didn't even get to see all areas of the park in 3 days and also spent 2 days at the movie studio park. They were long days too, especially for the 2 kids (3 and 5) as we were in the park by 10am and stayed for fireworks until near 11pm. We stayed at the Newport Bay Hotel which was very nice but as we walked everywhere (there is a free bus though) we clocked up nearly 10 miles a day of walking. I personally wouldn't go for a day, I would rather go to a themed park in the UK such as Peppa Pig World (also fantastic) or similar.Yes it's magical but 1 day isn't even going to scratch the surface of the park. People do do it however but if you go on a busy day, expect waits of nearly an hour for popular rides or to meet the characters.



I do get what you're saying, but I couldn't use so much of my holiday and leave (plus spend so much money) in the place on principle. Same as when went to Florida (years ago) and only spent a day each at Disney magic kingdom, Disney studios, typhoon lagoon and universal islands of adventure as too much else wanted to do and see.
kudos1uk

Very confusing calendar, am I right in saying 5th August only Magic or … Very confusing calendar, am I right in saying 5th August only Magic or Super Magic (mini not valid)?



Yes, mini not basis whole of July or August. Not sure of the benefit of super magic, over magic, other then the only tickets valid 12-15th August?
DealJourno

Do people still visit this dump? If you do, you can look forward to long … Do people still visit this dump? If you do, you can look forward to long waiting times and a great scam designed to fleece you out of even more money for a priority queue jump pass with some serious restrictions.



That's the name of the game with virtually all these parks, including Legoland etc. I wish I was more principled to deny my kids going, but as with smartphones etc., it's only to a point!
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Rickardo

That's the name of the game with virtually all these parks, including … That's the name of the game with virtually all these parks, including Legoland etc. I wish I was more principled to deny my kids going, but as with smartphones etc., it's only to a point!



Completly agree with what both of you are saying. Unfortunatly, they have a captive audience once you're inside the Parks. ​I think at the end of the day you have to go in being prepared to spend more money and just try to look past all the money grabs.
Rickardo

Yes, mini not basis whole of July or August. Not sure of the benefit of … Yes, mini not basis whole of July or August. Not sure of the benefit of super magic, over magic, other then the only tickets valid 12-15th August?


The benefit is wholly financial to the marketing department of the Walt Disney Corp.
laurenceharper

Completly agree with what both of you are saying. Unfortunatly, they have … Completly agree with what both of you are saying. Unfortunatly, they have a captive audience once you're inside the Parks. I think at the end of the day you have to go in being prepared to spend more money and just try to look past all the money grabs.


Just make sure you complain if your kids don't get the 'magical' experience promoted in their publicity material.
Edited by: "DealJourno" 21st May 2017
laurenceharper

Hi Clara, Yes - the 8th of August is a Magic day so you would need to … Hi Clara, Yes - the 8th of August is a Magic day so you would need to purchase the £43 one.



​thank you
Rickardo

That's the name of the game with virtually all these parks, including … That's the name of the game with virtually all these parks, including Legoland etc. I wish I was more principled to deny my kids going, but as with smartphones etc., it's only to a point!


Or as an alternative try the French take on it with Puy du fou - 2.5 hours drive South from Brittany albeit that wouldn't be a detour on returning home.
Rickardo

Anyone know of the best value accommodation (will have car and already be … Anyone know of the best value accommodation (will have car and already be in France - wanting to stop in on return from Brittany) nearby for 2 adults, 4 children? Davy Crockett ranch coming up over £1k (I know includes certain "perks").



​I've booked B&B Disneyland Paris hotel - gets brilliant reviews & was cheaper than the Airbnb apartment I originally booked in Paris.
Rickardo

Anyone know of the best value accommodation (will have car and already be … Anyone know of the best value accommodation (will have car and already be in France - wanting to stop in on return from Brittany) nearby for 2 adults, 4 children? Davy Crockett ranch coming up over £1k (I know includes certain "perks").


The Explorer's hotel is great for kids, sometimes it's cheap, others it's expensive, but it's better than any of the Disney hotels we've stayed at.
Some of the campsites are ace too, staying in a mobile home (same as you'd get at Davy Crockett). Ignore the huge companies like Eurocamp and have a look at campingselection, selectcamp, suncamp, franceloc, vacansoliel - can't remember off the top of my head which have the best deals but it's worth a look. We stayed in one just on the other side of Meaux last year with happycamp and to be fair the caravan was a bit run down, but it was clean, the pool onsite was great, and it did the job for about 350 a week.
DealJourno

Do people still visit this dump? If you do, you can look forward to long … Do people still visit this dump? If you do, you can look forward to long waiting times and a great scam designed to fleece you out of even more money for a priority queue jump pass with some serious restrictions.


Fast pass is free to all? Each to their own I guess.
aligimp

Fast pass is free to all? Each to their own I guess.


Question? I understand there is a charge. So not each to their own, or it is what it is. Or whatever pointless phrase people are using these days.
DealJourno

Question? I understand there is a charge. So not each to their own, or it … Question? I understand there is a charge. So not each to their own, or it is what it is. Or whatever pointless phrase people are using these days.



There is no charge to use Fastpass, it's a service that's included in your entry admission price.
panddda

There is no charge to use Fastpass, it's a service that's included in … There is no charge to use Fastpass, it's a service that's included in your entry admission price.



If that's the case, great - there's nothing worse than when I went to Legoland and Chessington using the Kellogg's free tickets and it cost far more to "upgrade" to the fast pass equivalents. Suffice to say, as a family of 6, I refused and as we had got there before opening and stayed until closing, the queues were manageable.

I do recall in Florida years ago, just using our normal ticket to fast pass etc. plus they had single riders queues at Islands of Adventure, which were super quick (albeit was without young kids).

There is no charge, but if haters gonna hate...
See how I sneaked in another annoying phrase


DealJourno

Question? I understand there is a charge. So not each to their own, or it … Question? I understand there is a charge. So not each to their own, or it is what it is. Or whatever pointless phrase people are using these days.


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