Disneyland Paris Annual Pass - About 10% Discount - Dream @ £169, Fantasy @ £136 From Disneyland Paris
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Disneyland Paris Annual Pass - About 10% Discount - Dream @ £169, Fantasy @ £136 From Disneyland Paris

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Found 9th Sep 2016
Been looking at going to Disneyland Paris for a few days and eventually opted for a Dream Annual pass as it allows unlimited usage throughout the year, free bag storage, free drinks, various discounts etc.

The prices on their website are:

Fantasy:179euro (about £152)

Dream:223euro (about £189)

However if you ring them up using the number on their website and ask for a price for the pass in British Pounds the prices they give are:

Fantasy: £136

Dream: £169

I didn't get a price for the Classic pass, but based on these prices, I would imagine it would be about £105.

This makes it cheaper than buying from any third party. You will receive a temporary ticket in the post (I was told it takes up to 20 days) and have 6 months to redeem at the gate. The ticket is valid for 12 months from day you redeem the temporary ticket for your full ticket.

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Free parking too.

Drive, stay in Le Chene Gris camp site (caravan) and drive to the park.... 6-7 days, both parks..£700 first, £400 2nd.

can you go to both parks with these? im going in november so may be a good thing

What's child prices and how does it work if you have the passes but need to get a hotel at Disney?
Edited by: "cookiedream" 9th Sep 2016

Be very careful with the terms and conditions if you go for the classic pass. It appears that after the first day of use, you cannot use it again until the 4th day. (days 2 and 3 are flexible blackout dates, so to speak)

Other than that, a cracking deal on the fantasy pass. When we went in May, I think parking alone was 20 euro per day so to have it included with an annual pass is very good value.

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spanner2k13

can you go to both parks with these? im going in november so may be a … can you go to both parks with these? im going in november so may be a good thing



Yeah you get unlimited entry to both parks - but check the blackout days on the Fantasy Pass. Dream is 365 days access, Fantasy is 320.

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cookiedream

What's child prices and how does it work if you have the passes but need … What's child prices and how does it work if you have the passes but need to get a hotel at Disney?



I think child prices are the same. With both passes, you ring them up to get a price for hotel only (or book a third party hotel). With the Fantasy pass its 25% discount on hotels and with the dream pass its 35% discount I think.

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Wildheart79

Be very careful with the terms and conditions if you go for the classic … Be very careful with the terms and conditions if you go for the classic pass. It appears that after the first day of use, you cannot use it again until the 4th day. (days 2 and 3 are flexible blackout dates, so to speak)Other than that, a cracking deal on the fantasy pass. When we went in May, I think parking alone was 20 euro per day so to have it included with an annual pass is very good value.



I think you may be right on the Classic Pass, but we had ruled that out anyway hence not getting a price for it.

Free drink at every table service meal, up to 20% off the bill at restaurants, discounts in the shops and free bag storage were the main reasons for us. Bag storage is about 10euro each per visit I believe, so as we are only going for 3 days a time we will have bags with us on the first and last day, so that saves money there. Then we are looking at going several times next year and will probably drive one of them, so again saves on parking.

Been looking at passes for a while so thanks for this.
For those who've used passes, how are you traveling there to make it worthwhile and how often are you going? I'm guessing just car and ferry/euro tunnel or a cheap flight when available??

We did this last year and went quite a few times. We use our club card vouchers for a Eurotunnel crossing, then stay in a partner hotel eg Magic Circus, Explorers or Vienna Dream Castle as you have the same perks as the other hotels eg shuttle bus, swimming pools for much less cost! Highly recommend these hotels!

You can use the discount in the shops and at the eateries in Disney village, so that helps.

cheers for this.....purchased two today.....and already had the vienne dream hotel booked. wifes bday is now done.......brownie points my way ha

Tried to get them tonight but guess I was late. Will retry on Monday and hopefully get them at this price. I will be going November for 3/4 days so most certainly worth it.

spanner2k13

cheers for this.....purchased two today.....and already had the vienne … cheers for this.....purchased two today.....and already had the vienne dream hotel booked. wifes bday is now done.......brownie points my way ha



​That hotel is lovely, when you get to hotel ask for a room over the car park as if Disney have Disney dreams on you can see the fireworks from this hotel.

Just managed to book this. Took 44 minutes to get through to the French team but well worth it to save the pennies.

Thank you again OP!

Hi tried to get this deal but told must pay in euros and the full amount is there something I'm doing wrong.

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dungo

Hi tried to get this deal but told must pay in euros and the full amount … Hi tried to get this deal but told must pay in euros and the full amount is there something I'm doing wrong.



Just be persistent and ask them for the price in GBP, they'll check and tell you its £169 etc which is apparently (according the person I was speaking to) the same as the euro price - we know it isn't though.

My guess is that their GBP price was generated pre brexit and hasnt been updated with the new exchange rate.

Is it the number on the UK website and do they speak English or do we ask to speak to someone who speaks English?

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Number is the one on the English website and the two people I spoke to were both French, but spoke perfect English.

Bought the dream passes a year ago and stayed in the magic circus hotel. The cost of the dream passes are well worth it with the discounts etc. 2 adults and 2 children Flew from Liverpool with easy jet for only £250 and got the high speed train straight from CDG airport right to Disney in about 20 minutes!
For anyone who already has bought the passes and are planning to renew them, they are currently offering 18 months for the price of 12 months to renew. Just renewed yesterday.
Well worth doing for the smiles on our faces, never mind our kids!

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garetharmstrong

Bought the dream passes a year ago and stayed in the magic circus hotel. … Bought the dream passes a year ago and stayed in the magic circus hotel. The cost of the dream passes are well worth it with the discounts etc. 2 adults and 2 children Flew from Liverpool with easy jet for only £250 and got the high speed train straight from CDG airport right to Disney in about 20 minutes!For anyone who already has bought the passes and are planning to renew them, they are currently offering 18 months for the price of 12 months to renew. Just renewed yesterday. Well worth doing for the smiles on our faces, never mind our kids!



We've never been to Disneyland Paris. We did Florida in April this year and decided to get the Dream passes for France for a year - we've planned 5 or 6 visits already within the 12 months.

Each 3 night/4 day stay will cost us about £300-350 for airport parking, flights, transfer (unsure whether to do TGV or Magical Shuttle at the minute) and hotel for the 2 of us. Means the pass will have cost us £34 each per stay. Given the discounts, free drinks and free luggage storage, the pass will more than pay for itself and effectively give us free entry into the parks

Just called the number and booked our tickets at the prices above (Dream AP £169!)
Thank you for posting this way of booking tickets! Saved us money compared to paying in Euros.
Only thing to add is that they charge £3 for postage - that's for the order, not per ticket.

Just to make you all aware that this offer is still available and it is £169 per person for dream passes.

Thanks. Just bought a Dream Pass for £169
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