DISNEYLAND Paris ADULTS TICKETS @ CHILD PRICES - 52% OFF - Picniq Tickets
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DISNEYLAND Paris ADULTS TICKETS @ CHILD PRICES - 52% OFF - Picniq Tickets

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Found 25th Jan
After reading the earlier deal posted about Disneyland Paris tickets, I did a bit of research and found this deal for park tickets. Check it out:
1 Day / 1 Park* : £29 pp
1 Day / 2 Parks : £44 pp
2 Day / 2 Park : £93
3 Day / 2 Park* : £116
Plus there's other discounts included in this deal:
Planet Hollywood FREE 15% off food & soft drinks
Earl of Sandwich FREE 20% off food & drinks

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For visits between 9th January 2018 and 20th March 2018
Book before 19th March 2018
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Thanks for posting looks like a great
Is Disneyland Paris any good? We did Disneyworld/Universal Orlando last year. Is Disneyland a good companion park or are we just gonna be disappointed?
stevethos8 m ago

Is Disneyland Paris any good? We did Disneyworld/Universal Orlando last …Is Disneyland Paris any good? We did Disneyworld/Universal Orlando last year. Is Disneyland a good companion park or are we just gonna be disappointed?


Paris is a lot smaller. Not as much to do compared but still a good time for 2-3 days.
There is quite a lot currently down for refurb at Paris at the moment so not sure about going this year myself (was an annual pass holder and went quite a few times the last few years).

It's probably still good for people that haven't been before though.
@1princessz1 Thanks for this, planning on going this year (hopefully!)
stevethos1 h, 29 m ago

Is Disneyland Paris any good? We did Disneyworld/Universal Orlando last …Is Disneyland Paris any good? We did Disneyworld/Universal Orlando last year. Is Disneyland a good companion park or are we just gonna be disappointed?


I haven't been to the one in Florida but went to Paris a couple of times and loved it both the times - its always crowded so be prepared to stand in queues for a while - going during school times actually helps (assuming ofcourse you can do that).
There is a minuscle 1% quidco cashback too
So it's cheaper buying 2x 1 Day Tickets?

1 Day / 2 Parks : £44 pp = £88 ???
2 Day / 2 Park : £93
Any deals for 30th March?
yes its cheaper buying the tickets 2x1day. They bring this deal out every year this time to encourage visitors to go. As for the question reference going to Florida and will you be disappointed.

Its Disney every visit is amazing however once you have been to Florida its just not quite the same.
stevethos5 h, 37 m ago

Is Disneyland Paris any good? We did Disneyworld/Universal Orlando last …Is Disneyland Paris any good? We did Disneyworld/Universal Orlando last year. Is Disneyland a good companion park or are we just gonna be disappointed?


Done both Paris is the size smaller. But some of the rides as different even better. Peter pan for example.
The Paris FOOD is better. And they have the
ratatouille ride.

And your there in 3 hours by the tunnel.

I think 3 4 days gets your Disney fix. So don't discount it at all.
Ok so I've tried to purchase these, unless your purchasing for visits prior to march the prices are exactly the same on the DLP website
Edited by: "Ikinaya88" 27th Jan
I've been to DLP many times, but have since been to Orlando which is 10x better. A weekend to DLP for a family of four can cost a small fortune even if you stay in a budget hotel. With the poor exchange rate, its even more expensive now.
matwalaboy26th Jan

I haven't been to the one in Florida but went to Paris a couple of times …I haven't been to the one in Florida but went to Paris a couple of times and loved it both the times - its always crowded so be prepared to stand in queues for a while - going during school times actually helps (assuming ofcourse you can do that).


Hey I am going for the first time tomorrow. I havent got meals included, can you give me an idea on costs please. How much appropriate spending money? I am so last minute!
Edited by: "water1234" 27th Jan
water12346 m ago

Hey I am going for the first time tomorrow. I havent got meals included, …Hey I am going for the first time tomorrow. I havent got meals included, can you give me an idea on costs please. How much appropriate spending money? I am so last minute!


Food is on the expensive side for sure - just outside the park is Disney Village and there is a McDonalds and they charge the standard McDonald's price - there are a few more options there too. In the park itself - see this dlpguide.com/pla…us/ - another option is try and carry some of your own food (sandwiches/biscuits/crisps and juice/water) as they don't check/confiscate those and would save you a fortune. We always took something with us to eat and didn't rely so much on the onsite eating options.

It gets really busy so be prepared for that. Hope all of you have a good time there, enjoy
dbizal26th Jan

Paris is a lot smaller. Not as much to do compared but still a good time …Paris is a lot smaller. Not as much to do compared but still a good time for 2-3 days.There is quite a lot currently down for refurb at Paris at the moment so not sure about going this year myself (was an annual pass holder and went quite a few times the last few years).It's probably still good for people that haven't been before though.


Thanks a lot for that! I was hoping there would be a supermarket closeby and just get sandwiches or cheap grub. Not entertaining the restaurants at al
dbizal26th Jan

Paris is a lot smaller. Not as much to do compared but still a good time …Paris is a lot smaller. Not as much to do compared but still a good time for 2-3 days.There is quite a lot currently down for refurb at Paris at the moment so not sure about going this year myself (was an annual pass holder and went quite a few times the last few years).It's probably still good for people that haven't been before though.

I am looking at visiting near Christmas I can't seem to book much for this date. Never have been before is this some thing I need to book nearer the time? Will there be similar deals? Thanks 😊
I will be visiting Paris and wanted to go Disneyland for 1 day as this is all our trip allows. We are 3 adults so wont necessarily want to see everything, just a general exploration and rides. My question is, should I book for 1 Day 1 Park, or will I have enough time for 1 Day 2 Parks. We plan to spend the entire day there until close
Danny_5432112th Feb

I will be visiting Paris and wanted to go Disneyland for 1 day as this is …I will be visiting Paris and wanted to go Disneyland for 1 day as this is all our trip allows. We are 3 adults so wont necessarily want to see everything, just a general exploration and rides. My question is, should I book for 1 Day 1 Park, or will I have enough time for 1 Day 2 Parks. We plan to spend the entire day there until close


Also like to know this. Is it possible to do both parks fully in one day? Thanks
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