Disneyland Paris - Half price in the school holidays
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Disneyland Paris - Half price in the school holidays

£1,000£2,14053%Disneyland Paris Deals
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Found 9th Jan
There's a good deal on at the moment booking Disneyland Paris via disneylandparis.de which can in many cases, reduce the price to less than 50% of the UK (disneylandparis.co.uk) price.

Offer states: Up to 25% on your stay and half board is included . In addition, children under 7 are also includedin this offer . *

Book by 12th February 2018 for arrivals between 21st March and 6th November 2018.

The dates I went for (3 nights in August at the Sequoia lodge) produced a deal for 1,100 euros, the UK site was charging £2,140.
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That deal ends in May, this can apply to summer school holidays in July and August. This deal also includes half board dining plan, which in my case, was worth 4/500 alone.
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Not as good as the holiday pirates deal posted today
Original Poster
That deal ends in May, this can apply to summer school holidays in July and August. This deal also includes half board dining plan, which in my case, was worth 4/500 alone.
HotUKDealSeeker8 m ago

Not as good as the holiday pirates deal posted today


This deal is better it's at Disney hotels
hmm just tried 3 nights in april and was over €2k, we hmdo have one child over 8 though 🤔
HotUKDealSeeker1 h, 6 m ago

Not as good as the holiday pirates deal posted today


Disagree, the experience is significantly better and easier if staying on the Disney resort, the pirates one was for out of resort hotels
I stand corrected guys! Thank you
What 3 nights are they? Trying to get deal on April coming up 2k!
Edited by: "Babbler" 9th Jan
Also assume it doesn't include transport to get there... Best deal for that?
does anyone know what meal plan it is?

Half board standard or plus?

when you go through the booking you get the option to upgrade to full board plus from half board plus but it is unclear if that is what you start with
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My dates/package:

Start Date : 26/08/2018

End date: 29/08/2018

Duration of stay: 3 nights

Number of days in the park: 4 days

Room type: Standard room with a large double bed or two double beds

I booked Eurostar separately so no need for transfer
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leejaxxin2 m ago

does anyone know what meal plan it is?Half board standard or plus?when you …does anyone know what meal plan it is?Half board standard or plus?when you go through the booking you get the option to upgrade to full board plus from half board plus but it is unclear if that is what you start with


Half board plus
peteymcpeteface7 m ago

Half board plus


so that allows a set menu at a selection of restuarants or monetary value at any?
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leejaxxin17 m ago

so that allows a set menu at a selection of restuarants or monetary value …so that allows a set menu at a selection of restuarants or monetary value at any?


Not sure about monetary value, but I believe usable most places within Disney complex
being daft but I can't get the web site to work in English ...!?
peteymcpeteface1 h, 42 m ago

Not sure about monetary value, but I believe usable most places within …Not sure about monetary value, but I believe usable most places within Disney complex



Whats the best way to get to the park if you don’t mind me asking? Where does Eurostar end and is it close? Thanks
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2minutenoodles9 m ago

Whats the best way to get to the park if you don’t mind me asking? Where d …Whats the best way to get to the park if you don’t mind me asking? Where does Eurostar end and is it close? Thanks


The Eurostar takes you right there, the park and hotels are right outside the front doors
peteymcpeteface59 m ago

The Eurostar takes you right there, the park and hotels are right outside …The Eurostar takes you right there, the park and hotels are right outside the front doors


Thanks, I didn’t know that. Heat
You can also get the train from Paris CDG airport. Easy to do and often works out cheaper than the Eurostar. Alternatively get a cheap ferry crossing and drive (assuming the kids won’t send you insane in the process)
leejaxxin14 h, 56 m ago

does anyone know what meal plan it is?Half board standard or plus?when you …does anyone know what meal plan it is?Half board standard or plus?when you go through the booking you get the option to upgrade to full board plus from half board plus but it is unclear if that is what you start with



leejaxxin14 h, 56 m ago

does anyone know what meal plan it is?Half board standard or plus?when you …does anyone know what meal plan it is?Half board standard or plus?when you go through the booking you get the option to upgrade to full board plus from half board plus but it is unclear if that is what you start with



It depends on which hotel you choose for your stay. If you choose a value hotel such as Cheyenne or Santa Fe you will be given Half Board standard, Next step up is Sequoia Lodge which gets Half Board plus etc.

The standard allows you to eat in around 8 buffet restaurants in the park & hotels (not just the one you are staying at). The half board plus obviously has higher value so you can eat at the aforementioned buffets or a higher standard table service. There will be a set menu but the value of each voucher can be used as part payment n any Disney owned restaurant so you can order what you like off any menu & pay the difference. So you could be on the Half board standard but eat in the fanciest restaurant & use your voucher as part payment & cash for the rest. Its quite flexible.

More info on dlp meal plans here > dlptips.com/din…ns/


Hope that helps.
Thanks just looked at my save package and my total comes to £1900 with just breakfast using this it comes to £1760 full board. So quite a big saving 😃
did anyone doing this last year have any issues when they arrived at the park?
Sparkiegirl17th Jan

Thanks just looked at my save package and my total comes to £1900 with …Thanks just looked at my save package and my total comes to £1900 with just breakfast using this it comes to £1760 full board. So quite a big saving 😃 did anyone doing this last year have any issues when they arrived at the park?


Would like to know this too about any issues? Any problem that we are in uk and booked through the german site? Do we have to put on a fake german accent Certainly uk site for 5 nights half board was coming up £1715 but through .de I was getting the same for £1434!
Markyp91 h, 24 m ago

Would like to know this too about any issues? Any problem that we are in …Would like to know this too about any issues? Any problem that we are in uk and booked through the german site? Do we have to put on a fake german accent Certainly uk site for 5 nights half board was coming up £1715 but through .de I was getting the same for £1434!


I haven''t had any experience for this but if it's anything like the Center Parks websites where booking through a FR or DE site can be cheaper it shouldn't make any difference.
I bought Waterpark tickets from the Spanish Groupon site for when we went to Majorca two years ago. The tickets were half the price of the England Groupon site, however, when we produced them to go through the gate at the waterpark, they were having none of it. They told us that if we still wanted to go into the waterpark, we would have to pay the full price, as the half price offer was only for Spanish residents. I did try to say that my mother was Spanish and that we were staying with her (even gave them an address) but that didn't work - I reluctantly had to cough up the extra money. Are you sure that the Disneyland Paris prices via their website are not just for French residents?
Markyp919th Jan

Would like to know this too about any issues? Any problem that we are in …Would like to know this too about any issues? Any problem that we are in uk and booked through the german site? Do we have to put on a fake german accent Certainly uk site for 5 nights half board was coming up £1715 but through .de I was getting the same for £1434!



I booked today using the German site (you can call and pay 15% deposit) and did the same two years ago. All paperwork is in German but you will be treated the same once you get there. I had no hesitations in booking the German offer again.
jesus, hell is expensive!
leejaxxin9th Jan

so that allows a set menu at a selection of restuarants or monetary value …so that allows a set menu at a selection of restuarants or monetary value at any?


You usually get breakfast at your hotel (although you can opt for a "quick breakfast" coupon, where you can pick up a breakfast sandwich, croissant, orange juice, and hot drink in the parks). You can ask to have it elsewhere in the parks. I don't recommend the quick breakfast option, as the queue is usually long and it's also quite bad.

You can also use the second meal value (I seem to remember it is £25-ish) towards other restaurants. If they are the same tier restaurant, the buffet is included. If they are higher tiers, you pay an excess charge of, like, £7 each per tier.

Hope that helps!
peteymcpeteface9th Jan

My dates/package:Start Date : 26/08/2018End date: 29/08/2018Duration of …My dates/package:Start Date : 26/08/2018End date: 29/08/2018Duration of stay: 3 nightsNumber of days in the park: 4 daysRoom type: Standard room with a large double bed or two double bedsI booked Eurostar separately so no need for transfer


So, with 2 double beds, you can have 2 adults and 2 children in one room?

How many did your booking include for €1100?
Markyp919th Jan

Would like to know this too about any issues? Any problem that we are in …Would like to know this too about any issues? Any problem that we are in uk and booked through the german site? Do we have to put on a fake german accent Certainly uk site for 5 nights half board was coming up £1715 but through .de I was getting the same for £1434!


Only issue is your paperwork is in German, and in the bedroom they will set your TV to German. True story. You can change it to English yourself.
Just remember the free half board deal means you eat breakfast in the park, it’s horrible. You queue for an hour for an Omelette sandwich and a coffee. You have to pay a supplement to eat breakfast in the hotel. I have just booked on the 2 nights free offer and paid for half board - as this way there’s no supplement to pay as breakfast is in the hotel with paid for meal plans. If the saving is enough this way, you could upgrade of course but it wasn’t for me, 4 nights in Disneyland hotel in aug. Best thing to do is price it up everywhere 😊
thecwb2 h, 14 m ago

jesus, hell is expensive!


The half board is probably 'worth' £130 a day for a family of four staying in one of the better hotels (the meal price depends on which hotel you are in - im staying in hotel New York at Easter but sadly not on this offer)

It's absolutely insane the prices they charge for food at DLP I've got a 2k spending budget for 7 days in Paris (4 nights at DLP) and you could easily spend the lot on poor, unimaginative, greasy food at DLP.
Does anyone know if you have to pay it all straight away or if it’s a deposit?
pokerbanter10th Jan

It depends on which hotel you choose for your stay. If you choose a value …It depends on which hotel you choose for your stay. If you choose a value hotel such as Cheyenne or Santa Fe you will be given Half Board standard, Next step up is Sequoia Lodge which gets Half Board plus etc.The standard allows you to eat in around 8 buffet restaurants in the park & hotels (not just the one you are staying at). The half board plus obviously has higher value so you can eat at the aforementioned buffets or a higher standard table service. There will be a set menu but the value of each voucher can be used as part payment n any Disney owned restaurant so you can order what you like off any menu & pay the difference. So you could be on the Half board standard but eat in the fanciest restaurant & use your voucher as part payment & cash for the rest. Its quite flexible. More info on dlp meal plans here > http://dlptips.com/dining-2/dlp-meal-plans/Hope that helps.


We're booking Sequoia Lodge for the first time this year. We only booked breakfast because we couldn't work out the value of Sequoia Lodge. As far as I can tell, it offers the plus plan which is the same as Newport Bay. As a cheaper hotel, breakfast costs less, so if you added breakfast to each hotel, Sequoia Lodge would work out cheaper.

However, once you go half board, prices are standardised. So as far as I can tell, assuming we have breakfast in the hotel each day, staying at Sequoia Lodge means I'm paying the Newport Bay breakfast rate for a cheaper breakfast?

So I just booked breakfast meaning to look into it later.
We had annual passes, they expired last October, obviously the passes are more now then when I bought them. Once those bought we were getting flights and self catering accommodation for around £150/200 a head for 5 nights. I will only stay self catering. Last trip me, my boyfriend and 2 children went and we paid about £1,100 for 14 nights, booked an air bnb that time.

I will also add that if you have relevant documents for disabled visitors, they give carers tickets for free.
Regprentice1 h, 57 m ago

The half board is probably 'worth' £130 a day for a family of four staying …The half board is probably 'worth' £130 a day for a family of four staying in one of the better hotels (the meal price depends on which hotel you are in - im staying in hotel New York at Easter but sadly not on this offer)It's absolutely insane the prices they charge for food at DLP I've got a 2k spending budget for 7 days in Paris (4 nights at DLP) and you could easily spend the lot on poor, unimaginative, greasy food at DLP.


The food is very poor, me & my lot are vegetarian, however my boyfriend isn't and be said the food really poor especially for prices paid... Luckily we stay self catering.
We booked for Feb half term a few months back from a deal on here with 25% off, free half board, free ferry crossing and €100 gift card to spend in the parks. I used this site to research the restaurants and meal plans dlpguide.com/pla…ns/
You need to make reservations as they get booked up around the times most kids want to eat. Don't ring the +33 number Disney give you, its an international call. Instead ring 08000850671 for free.
Hope this helps someone
Who'd pay the full price of £2k for three nights at DLP, add travel costs, meals, snacks, gifts etc, and its probably closer to £3k. If you can afford that, you may as well go to Orlando for two weeks for a few grand more. Plus there are no rude foreigners queue jumping in America. Once you have been to Florida you won't give DLP a second thought, its poor value in comparison if you work out the daily cost.
HotUKDealSeeker9th Jan

Not as good as the holiday pirates deal posted today

​Where was that posted? The last deal I can see on the app was on 22nd Jan.
Regprentice19 h, 33 m ago

The half board is probably 'worth' £130 a day for a family of four staying …The half board is probably 'worth' £130 a day for a family of four staying in one of the better hotels (the meal price depends on which hotel you are in - im staying in hotel New York at Easter but sadly not on this offer)It's absolutely insane the prices they charge for food at DLP I've got a 2k spending budget for 7 days in Paris (4 nights at DLP) and you could easily spend the lot on poor, unimaginative, greasy food at DLP.


I stayed for 6 nights and didn't spend anywhere near that and the food was great. Plaza Gardens is a great value buffet, Inventions is expensive but worth it imo for the character interaction, Ratatouille was good food in an amazing setting, likewise Captain Jack's. Vapianos and Five Guys is good for a quick meal, avoid Planet Hollywood
How do you translate that site?
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