Disneyland Paris tickets - £34.95 Adult / £29.45 Child @ 365 Tickets
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Disneyland Paris tickets - £34.95 Adult / £29.45 Child @ 365 Tickets

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SuperEd
Found 13th Oct
Looks like a very good price for day tickets, ideal if heading over to Disneyland Paris nearer xmas , i tried 22nd Dec and shows the above prices which is a steal - there may be some exclusions though! - currently also a Eurostar sale on Here

Note these are a legitimate seller, also sell tickets for Theme Parks & more

This Disneyland® Paris ticket includes :

  • Admission to Disneyland Park® AND Walt Disney Studios® Park (subject to Disney Parks capacity on day of visit.)
  • 4 Seasons to choose to visit : Mini, Magic, Super Magic & Super Magic Plus
  • FASTPASS® - a great way to experience the most popular rides without queuing
  • OFFICIAL TICKETS - no need to queue, you can self-scan your voucher.
  • Children under 3 years of age do not require a voucher.




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Imagine a land where the wonderful world of Disney comes alive. Imagine a Disneyland® Park, where make believe is real. And Walt Disney Studios® Park, where the magic of Disney meets the magic of cinema. Imagine a Disney Village®, where fun and entertainment stay open day and night. Imagine you are here, in a resort as big as imagination itself. Welcome to Disneyland® Paris. A holiday destination like no other


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23 Comments

Are these just as easy to use as if bought straight from the Disney website? I always worry about legitimacy when it's so cheap!

Edit: Just read the reviews, think my worries are unfounded.
Although only actually saves us £24...but £24 is £24. Cheers!
Edited by: "small_intestine" 13th Oct

We are going on 22nd December too! See you there

Great thanks for this we’re there the week before and there are 14 of us so it’s a big saving!

Price shown is for access to one of the two parks and not both!!! Details shown on Ops post say both but can't see that against the prices shown on the website

Correct me if I'm wrong

mightyforest6 m ago

Price shown is for access to one of the two parks and not both!!! …Price shown is for access to one of the two parks and not both!!! Details shown on Ops post say both but can't see that against the prices shown on the websiteCorrect me if I'm wrong


I have to agree with you, if you scroll down a bit you can see the ticket that includes both parks is slighty more expensive, adult £43.97, child £38.97.

Good spot, could be misleading to those who don't read the details on the page the deal link opens to.

When does this offer finish?

Thanks for posting - heat added - I want to go but I am not allowed to due to my church rules...
Edited by: "Bexbush1234" 14th Oct

That's the standard price for these tickets. Despite 365 Tickets 'sale', the 1 day / 1 park MINI season ticket is always available at £34.

Also, OP has the wrong info attached to the ticket being referenced in this deal. This ticket allows you access to one of the parks, not both.

You will not get a 'real' ticket for this price, you get a print out voucher that acts as your ticket. Only 2 day vouchers can be exchanged for a real ticket.

Anyone know where you can get cheaper tickets for Disney world in Orlando?

Excellent price

If we're looking at going for 2 days, is there any reason not to buy two 1-day/1-park ticket, and use one for each day, rather than a 2-day/2-park ticket?

1-day/1-park = £33.97 so £67.94 for 2 days
vs
2-day/2-park = £99.97

Do people actually "hop" between parks during the day?

cambourne0316th Oct

Anyone know where you can get cheaper tickets for Disney world in Orlando?

Just don't buy 14 day ticket and you'll save some money. Try Ticket momma and undercover tourist, a food few more also

  • Admission to Disneyland Park® AND Walt Disney Studios® Park (subject to Disney Parks capacity on day of visit.)


This is INCORRECT. Its OR, not AND. Only one park, not both wth these tickets!!!!!!

"Admission to either Disneyland Park®ORWalt Disney Studios® Park (subject to Disney Parks capacity on day of visit.)"



Would concern me - particularly in the run up to Christmas, it reads that if it's busy you won't get a choice which park you are allowed into.

Are you a crazy person, hopefully without loved ones, who wants to go to Disneyland on a very small budget?
Here's a trip plan -
1. Get a night Flixbus from Victoria to Paris (£10-20). A night bus would arrive at the sketchy parts of Paris at around 5 AM.
1a. Do not get robbed for a few hours.
2. Get a train to Disney and use your 365 Ticket (£33.97) to enjoy the park until about 18:30.
3. Take a slow train through Paris to the airport and grab a cheap flight (£30+) back home.
Congratulations, you've just avoided paying a huge fee for a hotel.

I'm doing that in 2 weeks.

Noy222222 h, 44 m ago

Are you a crazy person, hopefully without loved ones, who wants to go to …Are you a crazy person, hopefully without loved ones, who wants to go to Disneyland on a very small budget? Here's a trip plan - 1. Get a night Flixbus from Victoria to Paris (£10-20). A night bus would arrive at the sketchy parts of Paris at around 5 AM.1a. Do not get robbed for a few hours.2. Get a train to Disney and use your 365 Ticket (£33.97) to enjoy the park until about 18:30.3. Take a slow train through Paris to the airport and grab a cheap flight (£30+) back home. Congratulations, you've just avoided paying a huge fee for a hotel.I'm doing that in 2 weeks.


"Huge fee for hotel"

>Enjoy the park until about 18:30, take a slow train through Paris to the airport and grab a flight back home.
>£50 for one night in the Residhome, see the fireworks, have a night in Paris/at Disney.

I think I know which one i'd go for....
Edited by: "madeofbraille" 23rd Oct

elliff22nd Oct

"Admission to either Disneyland Park® OR Walt Disney Studios® Park ( …"Admission to either Disneyland Park® OR Walt Disney Studios® Park (subject to Disney Parks capacity on day of visit.)"Would concern me - particularly in the run up to Christmas, it reads that if it's busy you won't get a choice which park you are allowed into.


That's right, but equally the tickets won't be this price in the run up to Xmas, this price is for a MINI season ticket, basically Monday-Thursday.
On the weekends or in holiday seasons; Halloween, Xmas, the price of park admission and terms of the tickets change.

buddn0717th Oct

If we're looking at going for 2 days, is there any reason not to buy two …If we're looking at going for 2 days, is there any reason not to buy two 1-day/1-park ticket, and use one for each day, rather than a 2-day/2-park ticket?1-day/1-park = £33.97 so £67.94 for 2 daysvs2-day/2-park = £99.97Do people actually "hop" between parks during the day?


Just back from 2 days in Disney last week.

I got a 1-Day/1-Park ticket for our first day knowing full well it would take a full day to get around Disneyland Park.
For second day, I bought a 1-Day/2-Park ticket assuming we would wrap up in the Walt Disney Studios around 3/4pm, in fact we were there right until 6pm and just went into Disneyland Park after to make value of the ticket.

If there's anything to take from my experience, 3 days in the parks is ideal but if you can only do two days, dedicating one day to each park should allow you to see around 90% of what's on offer.
That said, I was there last Monday and Tuesday and it was quite busy but nothing compared to what it would be like this week.

You should be able to see everything in two days but their fast past system is a joke and leads to a lot of queuing, a big wake up call for those used to how sophisticated the Orlando FP system is.

Good deal

buddn0717th Oct

If we're looking at going for 2 days, is there any reason not to buy two …If we're looking at going for 2 days, is there any reason not to buy two 1-day/1-park ticket, and use one for each day, rather than a 2-day/2-park ticket?1-day/1-park = £33.97 so £67.94 for 2 daysvs2-day/2-park = £99.97Do people actually "hop" between parks during the day?


I think the difference between these two types of ticket is, with a 2 day/2 park ticket, you can go around both parks in both days whereas the other ticket only gives you admissions to either park in a single day.

Having read someone saying 3 days is ideal for both parks, i'm undecided now.

How much were the sale prices for the Eurostar?

Isn't it cheaper with picniq tickets as they dont charge a fee for payment method?
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