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Disneyland Paris Tickets 1 day from £43 Kids & £47 Adults + Fastpasses + Restaurant Voucher @ Attraction Tix
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Disneyland Paris Tickets 1 day from £43 Kids & £47 Adults + Fastpasses + Restaurant Voucher @ Attraction Tix

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Posted 29th Dec 2019

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6th & 7th 8th of January is showing as £47 per adult and £43 per child. Wil add other dates as I find them.
Seems anything from the 6th January - 31st is above prices.
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Opening Hours:

The parks usually open at 10am but closing times vary depending on the season.
For specific opening times, we recommend that you check with the park before your visit.

Location:
Disneyland® Paris Resort is located at Boulevard du Parc, 77700 Coupvray, France
GPS co-ordinates for parking are: Latitude: 48.876077 Longitude: 2.79646

Children:
Kids aged under 3 enter the park for free!
Your child won't need a ticket provided they are under 3 years old on the first day you use your tickets.

Parking (per day):
Motorbikes & sidecars: €25
Cars: €30
Motorhomes: €45
Staying at a Disney hotel? You’ll be able to use the car parks free of charge!

Restrictions:
For safety reasons, height restrictions apply on some rides.
Some rides also have other recommendations, particularly for expectant mothers or those with heart, back or neck problems.
These restrictions and recommendations are posted at the entrance to each ride or attraction.

Accessibility:
Accessibility is excellent for guests with disabilities.
Specially adapted ride and attraction entrances, wheelchair rental, special parking, adapted facilities and much more is available in both parks and at Disney Village.

Food and Drink Policy:
Large coolbags and picnic hampers cannot be brought into the park.
Picnics are not allowed, although small snacks such as cereal bars or croissants etc, are permitted.
Bottled water can be brought into the park and topped up at the drinking fountains.

Smoking Areas:
Specially designated smoking areas can be found throughout both parks. These are clearly marked on park maps and guides.

Please Note:
We will email you an e-ticket which you must print out and take with you. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.



Restaurant Vouchers
  • Every Disneyland Paris booking will include a free 15% Planet Hollywood voucher and a free 20% Earl of Sandwich voucher.



Planet Hollywood:
  • Voucher must be printed and presented to the host stand on arrival
  • Planet Hollywood voucher entitles the bearer to a 15% discount off food and soft drinks ordered from the a la carte menu, and 15% off any purchase of merchandise excluding sale items
  • Valid for a maximum of 8 persons dining together. Not valid with any other offers (e.g. kids Meal Deal) or discounts.
  • Valid one voucher per table with visits until December 30th 2019, except October 31st and December 25th & 31st
  • Not valid in conjunction with any other offers or discounts. No cash value or return. Non transferable
  • Unauthorised internet distribution, replication or resale is strictly prohibited
  • Photocopied vouchers will not be accepted
  • Valid only at Planet Hollywood, Disney Village®, F-77705 Marne La Vallée, France



Earl of Sandwich:
  • Voucher must be printed and presented at the time of ordering
  • Voucher entitles the bearer to a €3 credit (20% discount) off a total minimum spend of €15 on food & drinks.
  • Valid one voucher per order for travel up to 31st March 2020 excluding 31st October & 25th December
  • Not valid in conjunction with any other offers, discounts or meal deals. No cash value or return. Non transferable.
  • Unauthorised internet distribution, replication or resale is strictly prohibited
  • Photocopied vouchers will not be accepted
  • Valid only at Earl of Sandwich, Disney Village®, F-77705, Marne La Vallée, France





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Just a note to say don't get excited about the restaurant vouchers - almost all the restaurants in the park are crazy expensive - 15% discount ain't gonna make them reasonable. Go old school, take a packed lunch, far more sensible. Kids won't care, they're in Disneyland!
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Cold from me
Weekends are more expensive.
Anyone know if attraction tix ever run offers ? Looking at buying 6x 4 day passes for April, but unsure if the current prices are considered a good deal (if you can call it that!)
I got mine for 5th and 6th jan in black Friday sale saved about £70 on 2x5 tickets
I'm looking to go 2A2C for April Half Term.
How are you travelling there - Car or Train, plane etc?

Last time I went was about 6 years ago and we did the Buffalo Bill too. I drove from The Euro tunnel, but swore I'd never drive in France or Paris again.
Trustpilot Reviews rather hot and cold also 🙈
I wouldn’t risk it as someone is always on strike in France.
Edited by: "mastablasta" 29th Dec 2019
pKaTz29/12/2019 20:14

I'm looking to go 2A2C for April Half Term.How are you travelling there - …I'm looking to go 2A2C for April Half Term.How are you travelling there - Car or Train, plane etc?Last time I went was about 6 years ago and we did the Buffalo Bill too. I drove from The Euro tunnel, but swore I'd never drive in France or Paris again.


We've ended up going for Eurostar and getting an Airbnb as there is 6 of us going.
Hotel accommodation was going to be extortionate, and I've heard good prices on park are too.
Just a note to say don't get excited about the restaurant vouchers - almost all the restaurants in the park are crazy expensive - 15% discount ain't gonna make them reasonable. Go old school, take a packed lunch, far more sensible. Kids won't care, they're in Disneyland!
Swift_gti29/12/2019 19:56

Anyone know if attraction tix ever run offers ? Looking at buying 6x 4 day …Anyone know if attraction tix ever run offers ? Looking at buying 6x 4 day passes for April, but unsure if the current prices are considered a good deal (if you can call it that!)


When you put in the April dates you want they go up to £62 and £57 for children. We bought ours for August 1st 2019 probably one of the more expensive times to go and they worked out at £511 for 9 passes, 6 adult passes and 3 child passes with fast pass). This deal here would be £543 if I use the same method (6 adults £62, 3 children £57). And this isn’t even for August.

This was my receipt for the 9 passes in the summer holidays. I’d hang fire and maybe they’ll drop to adults go for same price as children

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bazpoint30/12/2019 09:21

Just a note to say don't get excited about the restaurant vouchers - …Just a note to say don't get excited about the restaurant vouchers - almost all the restaurants in the park are crazy expensive - 15% discount ain't gonna make them reasonable. Go old school, take a packed lunch, far more sensible. Kids won't care, they're in Disneyland!


It states no picnics allowed on the park?
bazpoint30/12/2019 09:21

Just a note to say don't get excited about the restaurant vouchers - …Just a note to say don't get excited about the restaurant vouchers - almost all the restaurants in the park are crazy expensive - 15% discount ain't gonna make them reasonable. Go old school, take a packed lunch, far more sensible. Kids won't care, they're in Disneyland!


Totally agree with this comment. From memory it was circa €100 for 2A and 2C in planet Hollywood and that was main course only.

We took a back into the park with rolls and crisps etc nobody ever questioned it.
Edited by: "SS4422" 30th Dec 2019
pKaTz29/12/2019 20:14

I'm looking to go 2A2C for April Half Term.How are you travelling there - …I'm looking to go 2A2C for April Half Term.How are you travelling there - Car or Train, plane etc?Last time I went was about 6 years ago and we did the Buffalo Bill too. I drove from The Euro tunnel, but swore I'd never drive in France or Paris again.


Drive isn’t that bad now compared to years ago. Took me from Calais to marnee le valle around 2hours plus. Clear motorways and waze directs you around the cities
I've just been on the 15thbof December, same offer and same price doesn't look any better than usual
Voted hot anyway, definitely worth a trip there!
Inese.Reidzne30/12/2019 09:33

It states no picnics allowed on the park?


Total nonsense that. We had 3 days in the two parks the Easter before last, staying in the park from morning to late afternoon every day, without buying a single item of food or drink in the park. Sandwiches, snacks & water bottles all went in without question. Plenty of water fountains around to top up bottles. Plenty of places to sit and eat.
If you're planning a longer stay definitely look at annual passes and air bnb or offsite hotel. We've stayed at the Hipark Serris in an executive 1 bed suite, it was cheap and cheerful, within walking distance (you can also use the shuttle bus) and served it's purpose.
Planet Hollywood is microwave meals so avoid. Earl of Sandwich is great and the sandwiches are really filling. Plaza Gardens in the park is a great value buffet if you're trying to avoid fast food.
You can take food into the parks but they'd probably stop you if you had a huge cool box.
Parking could be saved by parking in a side hotel and jumping on the shuttle bus. Nobody checked when we went in December and several of the gates were unmanned with sensors. Or park closer at the village car park. Think it was €22 if you lost your ticket which was weird. Personally would avoid the park until the Marvel development is complete.
immy760030/12/2019 09:56

Drive isn’t that bad now compared to years ago. Took me from Calais to m …Drive isn’t that bad now compared to years ago. Took me from Calais to marnee le valle around 2hours plus. Clear motorways and waze directs you around the cities


Yeah, if we went again I'd drive again without hesitation. I accidentally had Google maps set to "no tolls" so it took us on a countryside "A-road" route which was actually a lovely drive (as long as you're reasonably confident in your European driving). Added maybe 45mins to the drive, but was cheaper obviously, and pleasant enough that we did the same (deliberately this time) on the way back.
bazpoint30/12/2019 10:22

Total nonsense that. We had 3 days in the two parks the Easter before …Total nonsense that. We had 3 days in the two parks the Easter before last, staying in the park from morning to late afternoon every day, without buying a single item of food or drink in the park. Sandwiches, snacks & water bottles all went in without question. Plenty of water fountains around to top up bottles. Plenty of places to sit and eat.


Thank you, it will save us some money then as hoping to go there for kids birthdays in September
Thanks, if you come across any Easter 2020 offers them please post it here. Thanks again.
Parking charge wow...
Using a picture of Cinderella's castle in MK WDW Florida is a bit misleading.
FunkyPirates30/12/2019 11:12

Using a picture of Cinderella's castle in MK WDW Florida is a bit …Using a picture of Cinderella's castle in MK WDW Florida is a bit misleading.


That’s because some berk has changed my original picture I put one of goofy in the parade, I’m getting pretty sick of people messing with other people’s posts!
Edited by: "ozkerrizo" 30th Dec 2019
FunkyPirates30/12/2019 11:12

Using a picture of Cinderella's castle in MK WDW Florida is a bit …Using a picture of Cinderella's castle in MK WDW Florida is a bit misleading.


Just chanaged it back to the original picture I put when I first posted the deal! Let’s hope no one changes it again!
CraigFox30/12/2019 10:25

Personally would avoid the park until the Marvel development is complete.


That won't be finished until June 2021, I'm a bit dubious on the quality of the attractions (a meet and greet, a fast food place, a retheme of the rock'n'rollercoaster, the Doctor Strange show from Disney Cruises and a clone of Toy Story Midway Mania) so for me it's too far off to be worth putting off a holiday.

Disneyland Paris looks set to have construction work going on for the best part of a decade. Once Marvel is finished, Disney village is going to be flattened and replaced with something closer to Disney Springs, then they'll open the Disney Studios expansion (star wars, Frozen, Tram Tour replaced with a Cars ride), there are rumours of 7 dwarves mine train at Disneyland (especially as the Frozen land isn't getting the sled coaster that HK is getting) and Disney have an agreement with the French Government for a third park opening in 2030.

tldr: you're probably permanently going to be waiting for something to open.
Inese.Reidzne30/12/2019 09:33

It states no picnics allowed on the park?


They have designated picnic seating areas. Got back yesterday from there
m sure most on here are expert's going to Disneyland Paris, but just a few points that might help others from our experiences...

1) We didn't have the confidence to drive and found that the best way there for us was to go to Ebbsfleet International and catch the train from there. Getting to St Pancras by car going into central London is a challenge and then there is the parking challenge. Ebbsfleet has a huge car park and its fairly relaxed there. Also, you can then take as much luggage as you can carry and not worry about the weight.

2) We got caught out by the strike on the SNCF leg of the journey from Lille Europe. It costs over 300 Euros to get a taxi from there. But we rang Eurostar and got our train transferred to Paris where a cab is much cheaper at around the 70 Euro mark. We had done our research and use the Trip Advisor recommended Interservice Prestige which has lots of 5* reviews and they are all large 8 seaters and will put a DVD on for the kids (there are a lot of companies with Prestige in their name).
interserviceprestige.com
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3) We made the mistake of going Thursday to Tuesday which was cheapest, but of course there are a lot of day trippers on the weekend (much like UK theme parks) so you really want to go Mon-Fri or similar.

Also, we stayed in a hotel in Gravesend (Premier Inn) the night before as we come from the Midlands and so didn't want to risk missing the train (we stayed in the Gravesend A2 one as the road appeared to be a straight line to the station even though the Central hotel was closer).

Hope that helps someone!
Edited by: "AMO" 5th Jan
I've been once in January years ago when the sun did free tickets, never again - it was very cold and queues were massive. There's a reason most of the UK theme parks close in winter...
Having looked at the price, 2 x 1 day 1 park ticket is cheaper than 1 x 2 day 2 park ticket. Am I correct!? or am I missing something.
bazpoint30/12/2019 10:22

Total nonsense that. We had 3 days in the two parks the Easter before …Total nonsense that. We had 3 days in the two parks the Easter before last, staying in the park from morning to late afternoon every day, without buying a single item of food or drink in the park. Sandwiches, snacks & water bottles all went in without question. Plenty of water fountains around to top up bottles. Plenty of places to sit and eat.



By Picnic it means full on French style picnics where they have Baguettes, Cheeses,meats, knives,plates not someone with a Sandwich made from the breakfast leftovers, a packet of crisps and a drinks bottle.
bobothebear31/12/2019 16:40

By Picnic it means full on French style picnics where they have Baguettes, …By Picnic it means full on French style picnics where they have Baguettes, Cheeses,meats, knives,plates not someone with a Sandwich made from the breakfast leftovers, a packet of crisps and a drinks bottle.


Sure. Or, more to the point, they mean "we'd really like you to not bring food so you can spend a bunch more money in our park, so we'll put this condition to scare a few more people into leaving the snacks at home" but in reality they're not going to have hundreds of arguments every day with families at the gates of "the happiest place on Earth" so they're not going to enforce any but the most extreme cases. Obviously lugging in a coolbox, a wine crate and a full set of silver service cutlery is gonna be pushing it. I can see why people would be worried though, I've been places where they absolutely are that strict - memorably the Big Chill festival a few years back where I remember watching a family being aggressively refused entry because they had a couple of Ribena cartons and packs of crisps for their small children. Which probably explains some part of why that particular festival died shortly thereafter.
Inese.Reidzne30/12/2019 09:33

It states no picnics allowed on the park?


Correct but there is a picnic area just outside the park and you have re entry anyway so it's not too bad, I've just been, cheap cafe was €15.99 for burger chips drink and an ice cream, can really stack up for a family
Lottiebird30/12/2019 10:23

If you're planning a longer stay definitely look at annual passes and air …If you're planning a longer stay definitely look at annual passes and air bnb or offsite hotel. We've stayed at the Hipark Serris in an executive 1 bed suite, it was cheap and cheerful, within walking distance (you can also use the shuttle bus) and served it's purpose.Planet Hollywood is microwave meals so avoid. Earl of Sandwich is great and the sandwiches are really filling. Plaza Gardens in the park is a great value buffet if you're trying to avoid fast food.You can take food into the parks but they'd probably stop you if you had a huge cool box.


Don't forget the massive McDonald's onsite. Was reasonably priced compared to rest. Earl of sandwich was nice too. Oddly the guy serving us was an English lad from Farnborough.
bobothebear31/12/2019 16:40

By Picnic it means full on French style picnics where they have Baguettes, …By Picnic it means full on French style picnics where they have Baguettes, Cheeses,meats, knives,plates not someone with a Sandwich made from the breakfast leftovers, a packet of crisps and a drinks bottle.


People in our hotel were regularly taking things from the breakfast. I obviously was too dumb and only cottoned on last day to what they were doing.
31st good day to go
I book my trips through goldcrest. I get hotel, tickets and transport for 3 nights for like £175 each
cam201204/01/2020 11:50

I book my trips through goldcrest. I get hotel, tickets and transport for …I book my trips through goldcrest. I get hotel, tickets and transport for 3 nights for like £175 each


Can you give me the link please. Never heard of them.
I have added some Premier Inn rates below if that helps - whether you're driving to Ebbsfleet to catch the EuroStar, or going to the Channel Tunnel or Ferry, I have listed the prices for the relevant Premier Inns below hopefully to save anyone looking from spendiing too much time searching for a decent deal! Hope it helps someone out there!









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