Disneyland Passport (Annual Pass) - €199 (£172) @ Disneyland Paris
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Disneyland Passport (Annual Pass) - €199 (£172) @ Disneyland Paris

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Found 2nd Sep 2011
Please note the price is €199 not £

This is only really a deal for those who are going to Disneyland Paris and do NOT plan on staying in a Disney hotel (because you get free park tickets with almost all Disney hotels)

If you haven't heard of Disneyland passports before its because they are promoted to the French, all documentation and booking is in French and so it can be a little daunting. however it is worth it as the passports can be cheaper than 3-5 day tickets! so go twice in a year and its worth the money! (a 5 day two park hopper ticket is €200 and so €1 more expensive than the full year passport)

There are 4 passports available

Classic €99
Francilien €119
Fantasy €139
Dream €199

The best is dream:

Dream gives unlimited entry to both Disneyland Paris parks for 365 days (the full year)

you also get the following:

Your privileges:
365 days of free admission to Disneyland ® Park and Walt Disney Studios ® Park for 1 year.
Free access to parking the Disney ® Parks (1).
Get more out of Disneyland ® with Extra Magic Hours (2).
The invitation to special events (Preview, films ...).
An aperitif in the table service restaurants (3).
Free use of strollers, wheelchairs (subject to availability), set (4) and kennel for the day.

Your discounts
-10% On restaurants throughout the year (5). Booking to 00 33 (0) 1 60 30 40 50.
-20% Of all shops of Disneyland Paris, throughout the year (6).
-10% In all of Disney Store France (6).
30% off your ticket for Halloween parties, Christmas Not-So-Scary Mickey and other Disney special evenings (7).
-20% On the price of a ticket purchased at the counter input Disney ® Parks to visit the same day (maximum of 5 tickets per day).
-35% Throughout the year in a Disney Hotel (8) subject to availability (contact us for the proposed hotel at the time of booking). Reservations and information at No. indigo 0825825100 (0,15 € TTC / minute)
-Up to 40% discount per person (9) to Davy Crockett's Adventure.
-30% On the purchase of a place full price for adults or children to the cinema Gaumont Disney Village (for children under 18 years) (10).
20% off tickets (11) adults and children dinner show "The Legend of Buffalo Bill." Booking to 01 60 45 71 00.
-10% At Golf Disneyland ® on green fees, restaurant and shop (12).

Booking the ticket however is a little tricky, you can book online but the page is in French (most good web browsers will translate the site)

offres.disneylandparis.fr/pas…tml

when giving your address put your county and then "Angleterre" in the same box, this is how I got my tickets online,)

Or you can buy at the park entrance on the day, you will then be given a temporary pass and be directed to the "Bureau Passeport Annuel" to fill out all the required information, and have your picture taken. (expect this to take around an hour)

more information which is in English and a better breakdown of the other three passports is available at this website.

dlrpmagic.com/pla…ts/

Hope this helps some people as it really is an awesome deal for anyone going to Disneyland Paris more than twice in the same year.
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Excellent find. Thanks for all the info you gathered for us.
Have some heat.
why is this so good, the annual pass used to be the almsot same price as a TWO day ticket, but could only be bought is france - so you bought a day or two ticket and upgrade by paying difference. We bought a 2 day pass and an annual pass was £2ish extra (was 5 years ago but thats a huge market up in 5 years!!), so our 5 day stay meant we paid for 2 days in the park and got 2 free, plus we could go back free any time

Edited by: "royals" 2nd Sep 2011
royals

why is this so good, the annual pass used to be the almsot same price as … why is this so good, the annual pass used to be the almsot same price as a TWO day ticket, but could only be bought is france - so you bought a day or two ticket and upgrade by paying difference. We bought a 2 day pass and an annual pass was £2ish extra (was 5 years ago but thats a huge market up in 5 years!!), so our 5 day stay meant we paid for 2 days in the park and got 2 free, plus we could go back free any time



5 years is a very long time this deal is for now... also if you check the link above there is a pass for €99 the "classic" pass which is probably the one you are thinking of but comes with "blockout dates" which stops you entering the park at certain times (holidays etc)

also is it well known that the prices of Disneyland Paris will go up again soon.... thisismoney.co.uk/mon…xml

Edited by: "josh1391" 2nd Sep 2011
The €199 is for the Dream pass which is 365 days but when we buy them we get the Fantasy pass which although it says it covers 335 days, the excluded days are not too bad considering that it is €139 (€60 cheaper than the Dream pass).

The only serious omissions are the October half term (for most people) and there are no days excluded during the summer holidays. See offres.disneylandparis.fr/pas…tml

Again, this can only be bought in France but this annual pass is actually cheaper than a 3 day pass!!!
olderthanhelooks

The €199 is for the Dream pass which is 365 days but when we buy them we g … The €199 is for the Dream pass which is 365 days but when we buy them we get the Fantasy pass which although it says it covers 335 days, the excluded days are not too bad considering that it is €139 (€60 cheaper than the Dream pass).The only serious omissions are the October half term (for most people) and there are no days excluded during the summer holidays. See http://offres.disneylandparis.fr/passeport-annuel/non-adherents/fantasy/index.xhtml#contentjAgain, this can only be bought in France but this annual pass is actually cheaper than a 3 day pass!!!



yeah we considered that one too but decided just to pay the extra and get the better one (also we bought 5 so got the discount) I added the prices of the others too so people know the difference.
The best part of the Dream pass though is actually entry for Extra Magic Hours. If you get there when the park opens you can go on as many rides in 2 hrs befre the park opens as for the whole rest of they day, easily. We were pass holders for 3 years, but it just got too expensive - and we got a bit bored. Haven't been for a while though and would love to go back now.
looks good thinking of it did you book the train and hotels and where
Wow that is a big price rise - two years ago we paid 119 euros for it, slightly more than 2 days cost.

Its good there but who on earth would want more than five days a year! Everything is so expensive there you could get to Florida cheaper!
For those that go regularly, are there any extra costs if you get one of these passes? And do they just cover one adult and no children?

And are there any special rides or shows that somehow get excluded or is it a genuine "all in" deal.

Also are you allowed to take and eat your own food and drink there? I say this because increasingly parks want you to purchase food and drink from their own overpriced concessions to the extent that tables and chairs are no longer available if you have your own picnic.
Edited by: "bemad" 2nd Sep 2011
Is this a family pass or per person?
Been there last week with the kids for the 2nd time since about 15 years or so ago. Everything's so overpriced. Great for kids though but not for my wallet T_T
Fl0wer

Is this a family pass or per person?



serious?
Less than Florida for more money.They just priced themselves out of the market in every respect accomodation,tickets ,food,gifts.
Just to answer one or two of the questions...

I have been 11 times. I have an autistic son who although he is 17, loves the place.

We fly from Luton (as they have 2 or 3 flights a day) and go early the first morning and come back on the last flight on a Friday so usually go for 4 days (3 nights hotel).

We get the train from CDG to Marne La Vallee. The cheapest way to do this if you are going for 3 days or more is to get a carte orange weekly pass (I think they are strictly Sunday-Saturday or Monday-Sunday). You need a photo but whilst the tourist passes are > €40 for a 3 day pass, the Orange is €33 I think.

We stay at Kiriad hotel in Torcy. Book more than 3 months in advance and you get 10% discount. This is more like a business hotel but they do have a lot of people who go to Disney. It is cheaper than the Disney hotels but beware that breakfast is €9 per adult extra per day. The hotel is about 200 yards from the station and you can get triple rooms and rooms with more beds in. The price is per room not per person.

The annual pass is a full pass and doesn't exclude anything that a normal pass includes (apart from the excluded days on a Fantasy pass).

The price is per adult and there are no discounts on the pass for children but a child is under 11 years old.

We tend to get a pass every 2 years and go late August the first year and early August the second with a February trip thrown in.

I take a rucksack in and always take a packed lunch. The other good thing about Torcy is that there is a big Carrefour the other side of the hotel where we buy french sticks and ham etc. I don't buy lunch there but we tend to eat at the McDonalds in Disney Village for tea as this is about the cheapest place to eat on site and my son won't go anywhere else.

We do get a disabled pass so we avoid a lot of the queues. Fastpasses aren't as good as they used to be as you cannot get another FP whilst you still have one for another ride where the time for the ride has not yet arrived (eg if you get a fastpass at 10:30 which is valid from 12:00-12:30, you cannot get another pass until 12:00 anywhere. It used to be that this limitation was just for the ride you had a pass for and that you could get FPs for other rides.

All the general park shows are included in the annual pass. If you want to go to Buffalo Bill's Wild West show or a cast breakfast or something, these would be extra anyway but you get a discount with an annual pass (Dream discounts are 20% and Fantasy 10% I think).

Therefore if you are going for 3 days or more, a annual pass is a no brainer.



Edited by: "olderthanhelooks" 2nd Sep 2011

Yes it is a family pass , the french on average have 2 kids but if your english and you are on benefits with 6 kids plus it is bargain !

Fl0wer

Is this a family pass or per person?


Is it just me or is this going to cost nearly 800euros for a family of 4? I know they say there is a discount of 20% if you are buying more than 5 annual passes for the same address....but still.....if there are only 2 children.....

what benefits are you on, people? can I sign up?!!!

Yes it is a family pass , the french on average have 2 kids but if your … Yes it is a family pass , the french on average have 2 kids but if your english and you are on benefits with 6 kids plus it is bargain !



Sorry but this is not a family pass, it is definitely per person.

Is it just me or is this going to cost nearly 800euros for a family of 4? … Is it just me or is this going to cost nearly 800euros for a family of 4? I know they say there is a discount of 20% if you are buying more than 5 annual passes for the same address....but still.....if there are only 2 children.....what benefits are you on, people? can I sign up?!!!




That's why we go for the Fantasy passes. The 30 days ruled out (actually it was 25 in 2011 and 28 in 2012) really don't affect us and therefore it is €560 for 4 people which is still a lot but less than you would pay for 3 day passes. For us it gives 3 mini breaks over the 365 days including 2 in the summer.
olderthanhelooks

The €199 is for the Dream pass which is 365 days but when we buy them we g … The €199 is for the Dream pass which is 365 days but when we buy them we get the Fantasy pass which although it says it covers 335 days, the excluded days are not too bad considering that it is €139 (€60 cheaper than the Dream pass).The only serious omissions are the October half term (for most people) and there are no days excluded during the summer holidays. See http://offres.disneylandparis.fr/passeport-annuel/non-adherents/fantasy/index.xhtml#contentjAgain, this can only be bought in France but this annual pass is actually cheaper than a 3 day pass!!!



I just want to know where you find the Euro sign on my keyboard ?
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[quote=olderthanhelooks] I just want to know where you find the Euro sign … [quote=olderthanhelooks] I just want to know where you find the Euro sign on my keyboard ?



Alt Gr and 4 (Windows keyboard)
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Alt Gr and 4 (Windows keyboard)



ctrl + alt 4 on my apple kboard!

All very interesting information if planning to go to Disneyland Paris. But i fail to understand in which way this is a hot deal? As far as i know, this is the regular price for a annual pass.

Should we also post the equivalent regular price annual pass for... say... Legoland, Alton Tower and Seaworld (list is endless)?


If you have a large family there is a discount, also my wife sponsored us and she just got a second year for free.
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If you can go out of season passes don't really make sense. I can take my family of five for about £400 for all of us, staying at a disney hotel, for five days including passes. Kids under 12 go free and you get an extra night free. Add in £80 for the eurotunnel and petrol and it's still a cheap week away. We do it once a year.
I can understand visiting the park once and then maybe going again when the attractions had been overhauled/replaced, but why would you want to go every year, let alone more frequently. It is not a big park.
With young kids once a year is good fun. They'd happily go more often... And despite the frenchness taking some of the gloss off the service levels, it's still pretty magical. As an overall experience it puts any of our theme parks in the shade.
can anyone recommend somewhere really cheap and cheerful.....maybe camping? with good links to the park bus/train etc
I know this is an ancient thread, but in case anybody is still receiving notifications who is familiar with purchasing these I'd be grateful for any advice...

When you try to buy a 'large family' set of passes for 5 or more, do they all need to have the same surname? My friends are going, both have had previous marriages, and so there are 3 different surnames in the group of 6 (2 adults 4 kids). If they could prove they all live together, would that count, or is it strictly same surname?

Thanks!
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