Disneyland Paris Day Tickets - Adults Tickets will be the same price as a child tickets NOW LIVE and includes FastPass + Vouchers @ Picniq
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Disneyland Paris Day Tickets - Adults Tickets will be the same price as a child tickets NOW LIVE and includes FastPass + Vouchers @ Picniq

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Refreshed 29th Jun (Posted 6th Jun)
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Adult Prices of day tickets to match the current price of Child tickets, which currently stand at £44, they'll be dropping to £38!

  • Full Day Admission to enter Disneyland® Park OR Walt Disney Studios® Park.
  • FASTPASS® ‐ jump the queue.
  • OFFICIAL TICKET ‐ gate‐ready, self‐scan voucher.
  • 15% Off Planet Hollywood food voucher.
  • 20% Off Planet Hollywood merchandise voucher.
  • 20% Off Earl of Sandwich food voucher.


Disneyland® Paris is fully accessible by plane, train, bus, taxi, car or foot!

The park gates are located just 20 miles from the centre of Paris which is approximately an hour from Paris airports by bus, or just a 2 minute walk from Marne‐la‐Valee’ train station. For those travelling from Paris by train the Parks are only a 35 minute (approx) trip on the regional RER train.

The Eurostar runs right to the gates of Disney® Parks.

Tickets will be valid for visits until 10th October so can be used all summer holidays

The Marvel Summer of Super Heroes event starts Jun 10th also
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Just to clarify, tickets are now available at child prices BUT prices are date specific...

MINI tickets are now £38. These tickets are valid for Mon-Fri for the remainder of June, Mon-Fri from 27th Aug - 10th Oct.

MAGIC tickets are now £51 and are valid on Sat/Sun in June, all days in July, all days in August except 13th-17th, and Sat/Sun until 23rd September.

SUPER MAGIC tickets are now £58 and are valid for 13th-17th August, and weekends from 29th September.
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On another note, we have just returned from Villages Nature, which is a new Center Parcs / Disney collaboration village just 10min Drive from the Disney Parks. It was very excellent, would totally recommend it to anyone going to Disney. You also benefit from early park entry as the village is considered a Disney hotel.
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Thanksfor this.
Are these tickets to be used on any day or do we have to pick a day i wonder?
Mital2 m ago

Thanksfor this.Are these tickets to be used on any day or do we have to …Thanksfor this.Are these tickets to be used on any day or do we have to pick a day i wonder?


Any day up until 10th of October and can be used throughout the summer Holidays, i'll update the thread
Edited by: "goonertillidie" 6th Jun
Mital3 m ago

Thanksfor this.Are these tickets to be used on any day or do we have to …Thanksfor this.Are these tickets to be used on any day or do we have to pick a day i wonder?


Don't wonder. Go and find out!
Edited by: "DazJWood" 6th Jun
Is it only tomorrow they are on sale? I don't get paid till Friday
Will this offer include the 4 day park ticket?
it's £59 for both parks
Make sure you take a packed lunch as the food/drink prices are pretty high, and the queues to get served are worse.
So normally a 1 day/ 2 parks ticket is £59 but the 2 day/ 2 parks ticket is £121. Sounds a bit like Tesco bulk buys or am I missing something, why not buy 2 1 day tickets for £118 ?
Still bloody expensive
If you want to do stuff like breakfast with characters, leave luggage in storage on the last day and considering transport cost from non-disney hotel, its better to actually book with a Disney hotel - which includes park tickets and fast pass.
diddlypockets21 m ago

If you want to do stuff like breakfast with characters, leave luggage in …If you want to do stuff like breakfast with characters, leave luggage in storage on the last day and considering transport cost from non-disney hotel, its better to actually book with a Disney hotel - which includes park tickets and fast pass.


If you want to do that it’s better to book Walt Disney World.
"Disneyland® Paris is fully accessible by plane, train, bus, taxi, car or foot!"

I do not not remember an airport at Disneyland Paris, bit of a stretch, by that logic anywhere on earth is fully accessible..

Also prices in the park are expensive but there is McDonald's outside with normal pricing, and Planet Hollywood is reasonably priced like most restaurants and 15% off makes it a decent price.
Edited by: "MrSprkle" 6th Jun
diddlypockets48 m ago

If you want to do stuff like breakfast with characters, leave luggage in …If you want to do stuff like breakfast with characters, leave luggage in storage on the last day and considering transport cost from non-disney hotel, its better to actually book with a Disney hotel - which includes park tickets and fast pass.


We're annual pass holders and I can assure you that this is not the case. You don't have to stay on site to book character meals, local hotels have free transport (although many are within walking distance) and if you don't want to leave your luggage at your hotel on your last day just use the lockers at the station which is right next to the parks.
Just to clarify:

MINI tickets are currently £38 / £44. These tickets are valid for Mon-Fri for the remainder of June, Mon-Fri from 27th Aug - 10th Oct.

MAGIC tickets are currently £51 / £56 and are valid on Sat/Sun in June, all days in July, all days in August except 13th-17th, and Sat/Sun until 23rd September.

SUPER MAGIC tickets are currently £58/£64 and are valid for 13th-17th August, and weekends from 29th September.

If PICNIQ are doing child tickets for adult prices, the £38 ticket will only be valid on the MINI dates above won’t it?? If you have the wrong ticket at park entrance they will charge you a surcharge to take it up to the correct price.

If you check the selected dates on PICNIQ, their prices change on the dates given above.

Or am I mistaken?
On another note, we have just returned from Villages Nature, which is a new Center Parcs / Disney collaboration village just 10min Drive from the Disney Parks. It was very excellent, would totally recommend it to anyone going to Disney. You also benefit from early park entry as the village is considered a Disney hotel.
Do we know if there's a cheap way to get an annual pass?
bentles6 m ago

Do we know if there's a cheap way to get an annual pass?


You can upgrade gate or e-tickets to Annual passes within the Disney Park if that’s any help...
Edited by: "ctufudgey" 6th Jun
ctufudgey7 m ago

You can upgrade gate or e-tickets to Annual passes within the Disney Park …You can upgrade gate or e-tickets to Annual passes within the Disney Park if that’s any help...


That's not a cheap way. You still have to pay the difference. Try attractiontix or tickets365
If your free in the next few weeks you can get 2 nights at Davey Crockett and 3 days of hopper tickets for upto 6 people for £594, with free P&O ferry. As the pool and restaurant are closed, you get unlimited entry to the Centre Parcs next door and get early park entry.

Downside is the free ferry is only available on the day of check in/departure and the return ferry seems to be 8pm at the latest, so you'd have to leave Disney at roughly 3.30pm at the latest. You cannot amend the free ferry times/dates direct with P&O.

Alternatively, pay £70 ish direct to P&O or DFDS to choose a ferry time to suit.

disneyholidays.co.uk/dis…05/
MrSprkle1 h, 10 m ago

"Disneyland® Paris is fully accessible by plane, train, bus, taxi, car or …"Disneyland® Paris is fully accessible by plane, train, bus, taxi, car or foot!"I do not not remember an airport at Disneyland Paris, bit of a stretch, by that logic anywhere on earth is fully accessible..Also prices in the park are expensive but there is McDonald's outside with normal pricing, and Planet Hollywood is reasonably priced like most restaurants and 15% off makes it a decent price.


You can get the TVG from Charles De Gaulle that drops you off a few hundred meters from the entrance. It takes under 10 minutes, so it might as well be next door.
bentles49 m ago

Do we know if there's a cheap way to get an annual pass?


I'd argue they're too cheap at the minute.
diddlypockets1 h, 52 m ago

If you want to do stuff like breakfast with characters, leave luggage in …If you want to do stuff like breakfast with characters, leave luggage in storage on the last day and considering transport cost from non-disney hotel, its better to actually book with a Disney hotel - which includes park tickets and fast pass.


I disagree. We've not booked a package since 2016. The cheapest way if your kids are too old to be included in the "kids stay and play free" offer(7+) is annual passes and one of the hotels that are a 5-10 minute drive/bus ride away. Kyriad is cheap and is usually available with a full breakfast for just £10 extra per room.
ctufudgey1 h, 53 m ago

On another note, we have just returned from Villages Nature, which is a …On another note, we have just returned from Villages Nature, which is a new Center Parcs / Disney collaboration village just 10min Drive from the Disney Parks. It was very excellent, would totally recommend it to anyone going to Disney. You also benefit from early park entry as the village is considered a Disney hotel.


That’s great to hear, as we’re going here early December! I’m hoping another ticket deal appears before then as its a super magic weekend!
We are just back from Disney

we bought annual passes through the Disneyland French site

stayed at the radisson with a free shuttle
paul.jacobs2 h, 52 m ago

If your free in the next few weeks you can get 2 nights at Davey Crockett …If your free in the next few weeks you can get 2 nights at Davey Crockett and 3 days of hopper tickets for upto 6 people for £594, with free P&O ferry. As the pool and restaurant are closed, you get unlimited entry to the Centre Parcs next door and get early park entry. Downside is the free ferry is only available on the day of check in/departure and the return ferry seems to be 8pm at the latest, so you'd have to leave Disney at roughly 3.30pm at the latest. You cannot amend the free ferry times/dates direct with P&O.Alternatively, pay £70 ish direct to P&O or DFDS to choose a ferry time to suit. https://www.disneyholidays.co.uk/disneyland-paris/disney-deals/davy-crockett-offer/105/


You can get an earlier (from 00:30 On day of arrival) or later sailing (until 23:00 on day of departure) by calling Disney once booked. The free ferry ticket was also flexible so you can get a later / earlier boat if there is space aboard. This was from our trip in March so double check that with P&O once booked to confirm Disney still book a flex ticket.
Lottiebird3 h, 31 m ago

We're annual pass holders and I can assure you that this is not the case. …We're annual pass holders and I can assure you that this is not the case. You don't have to stay on site to book character meals, local hotels have free transport (although many are within walking distance) and if you don't want to leave your luggage at your hotel on your last day just use the lockers at the station which is right next to the parks.




I reckon we are saying the same thing. If you don't stay at a Disney hotel but want to book character breakfast, it costs a hefty 39euros for adults and 35euros for children that's about 150euros for a family of 4. If you wait till after 11 to watch the illumination and can' m it to the bus with tired kids, want to use a taxi, that's another 20-25 euro, if you want to keep 4 suitcases at storage locker that's another 20-25 euro with added bother of lugging around the suitcases - these things build up. I am saying IF you want to do these things it effectively costs the same staying at a Disney hotel.

If you don't want breakfast with cartoon dress ups and other frills, then sure, staying at one of the nearby hotels is cheaper.
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goonertillidie7 h, 10 m ago

Any day up until 10th of October and can be used throughout the summer …Any day up until 10th of October and can be used throughout the summer Holidays, i'll update the thread


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mastablasta5 h, 19 m ago

If you want to do that it’s better to book Walt Disney World.


If you don't have the cash for Walt Disney world it's better to do Disneyland Paris. The hotels are decent and makes any spend on travelling to Paris from a different city worthwhile
Lottiebird4 h, 57 m ago

We're annual pass holders and I can assure you that this is not the case. …We're annual pass holders and I can assure you that this is not the case. You don't have to stay on site to book character meals, local hotels have free transport (although many are within walking distance) and if you don't want to leave your luggage at your hotel on your last day just use the lockers at the station which is right next to the parks.


Not all hotels charge transport to the parks but for certainty staying at a a Disney hotel is safer. How much was the annual pass, I am assuming it can change depending of time of purchase?
I just want a super cheap package deal like I did early this year. I paid £270 for a 2 night, 2parks 3 day stay WITH £100 Spend at Disney. I didn't realise then but that was a bloody jackpot
Do you know what time this offer comes into effect? Currently on the official Disneyland website an adult ticket for mid July is £56, the same as what's currently being sold on this Picniq website.
I can’t see how you achieve these prices either as mine are coming out at pretty much full price
diddlypockets8 h, 19 m ago

I reckon we are saying the same thing. If you don't stay at a Disney hotel …I reckon we are saying the same thing. If you don't stay at a Disney hotel but want to book character breakfast, it costs a hefty 39euros for adults and 35euros for children that's about 150euros for a family of 4. If you wait till after 11 to watch the illumination and can' m it to the bus with tired kids, want to use a taxi, that's another 20-25 euro, if you want to keep 4 suitcases at storage locker that's another 20-25 euro with added bother of lugging around the suitcases - these things build up. I am saying IF you want to do these things it effectively costs the same staying at a Disney hotel.If you don't want breakfast with cartoon dress ups and other frills, then sure, staying at one of the nearby hotels is cheaper.


But if you want character breakfast you'll be buying a package with breakfast. It's not free because you're staying onsite; you're paying for it in your package rate.

We drive to our hotel after illuminations, but you can use a shuttle bus or if your hotel is Val d'europe, you can walk or train. It's not as if New York or Newport bay don't involve some element of a walk.

And if staying offsite I tend to leave my bags at my hotel but I could leave them for free with my annual pass
water12346 h, 59 m ago

I just want a super cheap package deal like I did early this year. I paid …I just want a super cheap package deal like I did early this year. I paid £270 for a 2 night, 2parks 3 day stay WITH £100 Spend at Disney. I didn't realise then but that was a bloody jackpot


which website?
ljshooter16 m ago

I can’t see how you achieve these prices either as mine are coming out at p …I can’t see how you achieve these prices either as mine are coming out at pretty much full price


Even I am wondering, when the deal will be open. Also it is asking to choose date, I believe this is not an open ticket which can be used any time until 10th Oct as claimed by OP.
Oh the queues!
sybadm45 m ago

Even I am wondering, when the deal will be open. Also it is asking to …Even I am wondering, when the deal will be open. Also it is asking to choose date, I believe this is not an open ticket which can be used any time until 10th Oct as claimed by OP.



I am not sure the tickets are date specific. Asking you to pick a date may simply be to ensure it is indeed before the 10th October? The thing is there is a rotating banner on the landing page suggesting the price the OP quoted is correct but clicking on it directs you to the standard prices
Yeah I can’t see any offer or discount on this as it shows an adult ticket is £56
ive just been on the site and the deal was open
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