Disneyland Paris Tickets - Cheaper to buy in Singles!
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Disneyland Paris Tickets - Cheaper to buy in Singles!

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Found 5th May 2009
So, i posted a deal request and found this on the main website.

1 Day / 1 Park Disney Ticket

Validity : 1 day for 1 year from date of purchase*.

Prices (valid until November 9th, 2009):
Adult: £40
Child (aged 3-11 years inclusive): £34

If you are like me and like to take your time going round the 2 parks on seperate days, then you are cheaper buying this than buying the 2 day 2 park hopper which are £89 for an Adult.

Why buy that when you can get 2 tickets for £80.

Ive checked most other ticket operators and no one is doing a deal like that. Hope this helps out someone!

7 Comments

"Why buy that when you can get 2 tickets for £80."


Exactly.

The big difference between the two is that with the two day pass you can move between the two parks and with the 2x one day passes you can only visit one park each day. If, like me, you can't find enough to do to fill up a whole day in the Walt Disney Studios Park then you may be better off with the two day pass. If you are happy with restriction then obviously better to go for the cheaper option.

depending on dates, could work out cheaper to book whole package via disneyland site - we've booked a holiday for 2adults 1child for 2nights/3days inc 3days passes, and hotel with breakfast, for just £226. buying the passes alone would be £352

Lenni;5123597

depending on dates, could work out cheaper to book whole package via … depending on dates, could work out cheaper to book whole package via disneyland site - we've booked a holiday for 2adults 1child for 2nights/3days inc 3days passes, and hotel with breakfast, for just £226. buying the passes alone would be £352



Thats a good deal what site did u book that on and for what time of year?

the engineer;5122912

The big difference between the two is that with the two day pass you can … The big difference between the two is that with the two day pass you can move between the two parks and with the 2x one day passes you can only visit one park each day. If, like me, you can't find enough to do to fill up a whole day in the Walt Disney Studios Park then you may be better off with the two day pass. If you are happy with restriction then obviously better to go for the cheaper option.


Totally agree with this. Untill the Studios park has more to offer any way.

Lenni;5123597

depending on dates, could work out cheaper to book whole package via … depending on dates, could work out cheaper to book whole package via disneyland site - we've booked a holiday for 2adults 1child for 2nights/3days inc 3days passes, and hotel with breakfast, for just £226. buying the passes alone would be £352


let us in on your secret..... How did you manage to get it so cheap. I've been looking for ages to get back over there again this year.

the engineer;5122912

The big difference between the two is that with the two day pass you can … The big difference between the two is that with the two day pass you can move between the two parks and with the 2x one day passes you can only visit one park each day. If, like me, you can't find enough to do to fill up a whole day in the Walt Disney Studios Park then you may be better off with the two day pass. If you are happy with restriction then obviously better to go for the cheaper option.



This is not true the 1 day hopper ticket allows you access to both parks, each hopper ticket is £41 atm
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