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Located just outside the French capital, Disneyland Paris is one of Europe’s premier theme parks, allowing kids to meet their favourite Disney characters and enjoy a wide range of rides – with options to suit all ages. Finding the best possible ticket, travel and accommodation deals is easy by keeping track of the Disneyland Paris HotUKDeals listings. Read more

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Disney World 14 day passes at the price of 7 plus free Toy Story Magic Bands from £375 @ Disney World
01/04/2019Expires on 01/04/2019Found 4th DecFound 4th Dec
14 and 21 day passes to Walt Disney World, Florida are now reduced by Disney themselves, plus you get free exclusive Toy Story magic bands, which are $25 each. 14 day passes are £3… Read more
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Thought DAS was only available for disabled visitors?


Just a cheap local hotel, there are some amazing bargains to be found using the Priceline website with the Hotel Canary hack - read about it here: https://blog.touringplans.com/2018/10/23/using-hotel-canary-to-book-priceline-express/


What would you folks advise when it comes to accommodation on a budget for just two adults?


We went last year and loved it. It’s huge beyond what we’d even imagined. The food was amazing and the service was next to none. We loved it and will go back. DLP is now out of the question until they fix their menus for us coeliacs.


Disneyland Paris is definitely needing a lot of investment, after many years of neglect, which Disney announced recently. Various plans and building works start in January 2019. After my second visit in July 2017, I wouldn't go back to Disneyland Paris. Food not great, rides constantly breaking down. Disney World in Orlando is on another level. If you get the chance to go, grab it. I promise you will be amazed. Wonderful experience. We did the 7 days, plus 7 free this summer, including magic bands (toy story) and memory maker (great addition and so worthwhile).

Disneyland Paris 3 Day Park to Park Tickets, 2 Night Disney Santa Fe Hotel stay,  Free Ferry Travel, Free Half Board Meal Plan & €60 Euro Disney Park Gift Card! Only £188 per person - selected dates
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
Walt Disney Travel Company has launched an exclusive autumn Disneyland Paris package, with free perks just for Travelzoo members. Now £188 per person, the deal includes a 2-nigh… Read more
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Decent enough price but dont expect much of the Santa Fe hotel. Very basic, and meal times are akin to a school dining hall experience. Dreadful


8% through Quidco. Think it works out to about £42


how much cashback is it?


Just booked for 2 adults and 2 kids 9-11 December 18 for £532 plus Quidco cash back


anyone got an example of dates for the price mentioned cant find anything under 600 for 2 adults one child.

2 days / 1 night family of 4 at Disneyland Paris Hotel Cheyenne £446 in summer holidays
Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
2 days / 1 night family of 4 at Disneyland Paris Hotel Cheyenne £446 in summer holidays
Please excuse me as first ever posting but thought this was a great offer for people looking for a short stay at Disneyland paris .Especially families that are stuck with going in … Read more

Any good December offers


We stayed at the Santa Fe a few years ago - very basic but ideal on a budget. It is close to a service station where you can buy food and drink etc which can also save money on the long run


I went to Cheyenne & wished I hadn't (along with some other families we ran into). My review on tripadvisor explains why.


I can't seem to change the default dates when clicking on your link.


My French is not great but it I believe the offer is valid for stays between 1st July and 30th sep. We have booked peak season mid August trip , 2 days / 1 night , 2 adults and 2 kids for 506 euros

Disneyland Paris 3 days and 2 nights at Davey Crockett for upto 6 people + free ferry - £594 @ Disney Holidays
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Disneyland Paris 3 days and 2 nights at Davey Crockett for upto 6 people + free ferry - £594 @ Disney Holidays
If your free in the next few weeks you can get 2 nights at Davey Crockett and 3 days of hopper tickets for upto 6 people for £594 , with free P&O ferry. As the pool and restaur… Read more
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Yeah I rang too lol, on the ferry now 8)


Unfortunately you can't mix the offers and this is the Davy Crockett offer! I rang to check, thought it was going to be to good to be true! But once you chose an offer it cancels out the other offers! (annoyed) Glad you got it though x


I am not 100% but if you book this before July 31st you get free Half Board too! Breakfast and Lunch or Dinner Vouchers. We are in France during these dates we were going to visit Disney so we book this deal instead, and my confirmation from Disney confirms free half board too!! it states FREE Half BoardThis fantastic offer also includes a FREE Half Board Meal Plan2 for the entire party, including: • Breakfast at one of our counter service restaurants in one of the Disney Parks. Choose from delicious pastries, a hot beverage and juice. • Lunch OR dinner at a range of restaurants across the Disney Parks, Disney Village and Disney Hotels. https://www.disneyholidays.co.uk/disneyland-paris/disney-deals/free-dine-offer/092/


No, you need a car as there are not any shuttle busses.


Hi, Can this place be accessed with public transport!!

Disneyland Paris! 4night stay Oct half term £1135
Found 13th MayFound 13th May
Disneyland Paris! 4night stay Oct half term £1135
Offer through this website is working out over £500 cheaper then other Disney website 25% off hotel, free ferry crossing, free half board plus worth £492. Park tickets for 5 days … Read more
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Try to enjoy when it rains... Nobody said you need to sit the sun, but everything looks better when it’s sunny


I'm voting this cold. Eurodisney doesn't exist so this deal must be fraudulent... (popcorn)


Weather irrelevant. Have been before when hot (37 degrees) and been when very cold and wet (February) and have loved all our visits. Not everyone goes on holiday to be a lazy git and sit in the sun all day.


Yes. 4 star compared to 2 star. Also, the food package (if you get one included) is the 'plus' version with Newport, which means you get table service meals included - worth it in my opinion.


Cheyenne is brilliantly themed but has no pool & isnt as high a standard as Newport which is a lovely hotel overlooking Lake Buena Vista. Cheyenne is 2 star whereas Newport Bay is 4 star. Both are great hotels & our family prefer to stay in Cheyenne & pay less for hotel then put the cost savings towards nice meals or souvenirs as you only really use the hotel to sleep in when you are out enjoying the parks all day.

Good deal on Disney Paris annual passes. Upto 40% off for family of 5, 20% + family of 4
Found 28th JanFound 28th Jan
Right we have recently bought some annual passes for Disney Paris after a load of hassle but we got there in the end. We got what I think is a great deal so thought I would… Read more
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Thank you OP, followed your detailed advice and purchased tickets for our holiday in July. It worked out cheaper to get an annual pass than 4 day tickets with the exchange rate they are giving. Rang the number , pressed one several times until I heard music and got through in about 10 minutes. They said they are sending a temporary pass letter valid for 6 months and we need to take our passports to the office on arrival in Disneyland to get our passes on the day of arrival. Valid for 12 months from that date.


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*bought. You purchased the tickets over the phone. You didn't already have the tickets to bring them...


I don't know whether it is still the case, but it used to be that by booking a Disney Hotel for your stay, you could use the Annual Pass during blackout dates. I've never owned one so don't know whether Disney have closed this little benefit, but might be worth asking if you buy a pass


When u buy annual passes, all can be used on day of purchase, only the cheapest one (discovery pass) is the one u can’t use on 2nd and 3rd day of purchase. I’ve booked for April for me and my daughter going with a frend and her daughters, we’ve booked offsite hotel and Eurostar. We will use annual passes for 3 full days and 2 half days entry. We are buying the second tier pass and it’s valid on our dates. I will do a trip for a night in the summer with onsite hotel with annual pass discount and then probably 2 day trips or 1 night trips for Halloween and Xmas and even if I don’t its still a bargain. As 4 days tickets cost an adult £169 but annual pass £151. And u can choose where u stay on what trip. The second tier pass gives a good choice of dates. 300 days a year. First tier gives only 150 days a year and has a lot of blockout dates.

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Disneyland Paris - Half price in the school holidays
Found 9th JanFound 9th Jan
Disneyland Paris - Half price in the school holidays
£1,000£2,14053%Disneyland Paris Deals
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) pr… Read more
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Unless you are an American, you are also a foreigner. And Anaheim California is the true home of Disneyland, surely?


I know it’s not for everyone. But if you want to do a budget trip to Euro Disney it’s worth checking out coach packages. I did October half term. 1 adult 2 children Stayed in Santa Fe hotel 3 nights with Breakfast Two day Passes to both Parks & coach travel For under £900 Less than £300 per person with Goldcrest


Make sure when you arrive you reserve your tables for lunch and dinner, if you wait they all get booked up.


How do you translate that site?


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

Quidco 4.5% cashback on Disneyland Paris bookings
Found 11th Nov 2017Found 11th Nov 2017
Quidco 4.5% cashback on Disneyland Paris bookings
Get 4.5% cashback on a Disneyland Paris package booking just by going through quidco

Why is this under "computers"? Edit: and "Fashion and restaurants" WTF?

Free P&O Ferry Crossing with Disneyland booking.
Found 8th Nov 2017Found 8th Nov 2017
Free P&O Ferry Crossing with Disneyland booking.
On top of the amazing Disneyland deal I posted earlier here ( https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/4d3n-at-disneyland-santa-fe-hotel-paris-half-board-meals-eur100-shopping-money-park-t… Read more

Not a good deal for a family of 5 at feb half term... kids 8 12 and 13. £3500 !! Id rather go to florida !!!


Shame that the free ferry must seemingly be on the same day as the hotel arrival/departure. Would ideally lengthen out one leg another day or two.


Hot deal indeed. Priced it up for half term weekend and it's still only £900 with one child being 12 so adult price for eating. Do you know where you can eat on the offer as I can't see it?


Does anybody know if it is possible to change the ferry options?? The earliest ferry is 08:25 and i'd ideally like to be on one a bit earlier


It is a good deal, but it's worth paying a little more for a slightly nicer hotel - I go to Disneyland a lot and I would never stay in the Santa Fe. But the free crossing is good, I might have to book another trip (and I go in December, 3rd time this year, it is addictive!!)

4D3N at Disneyland Santa Fe Hotel Paris + Half Board Meals + €100 shopping money + Park Tickets - £215pp
Found 7th Nov 2017Found 7th Nov 2017
4D3N at Disneyland Santa Fe Hotel Paris + Half Board Meals + €100 shopping money + Park Tickets - £215pp
Just booked a Disneyland Paris holiday for me and my girlfriend on 28th - 31st Jan. Considering a 4 day park ticket alone is £350 for 2 people, this looks like a good deal to me. Y… Read more

Are there any similar deals available??


Thanks very much OP. Been stewing this over for a while and finally booked tonight (deal finishes today). 20% off and free half board plan... very happy. Fingers crossed on the queues and weather!


This mate


I have done Disney Paris a couple of times and have drove both times, from Kent(where we live) to the park is no difference in distance than me taking the family to Alton Towers, and it was only like 3/4 main roads from Calais to the park, so something to consider if you don't mind a drive :) I have found a date near to my daughters birthday for 2 adult 2 kids staying 3 days 2 nights in early February for £614 thats in the in Sequioa lodge and included 25% off and the 100 euro offer aswell. Just gotta see how the dates work out around school now (skeptical)


Thank you. It's much appreciated. :)

Disneyland Paris Weekend Stays -40% and up to 12 yo stay for free - € 396 for the family of four !!!
Found 4th Jul 2017Found 4th Jul 2017
Disneyland Paris Weekend Stays -40% and up to 12 yo stay for free - € 396 for the family of four !!!
I was just looking for Disneyland Paris break and went into the french site. Until tomorrow they have -40% of July and August weekends + up to 12 yo stay for free. Two days ticket… Read more

No. Stay and tickets only


You can stay Sat/Sun


Not sure I'd classify staying 1 night, on the Friday as a 'weekend stay'.


I took the wife there on a weekend. It was mega busy and I lost her. Bonus .


Does this include flight as wwll

Disneyland Paris - 1 Park Mini Ticket just £32.00 or Magic Ticket just £43 + Fast Pass
Found 31st May 2017Found 31st May 2017
Disneyland Paris - 1 Park Mini Ticket just £32.00 or Magic Ticket just £43 + Fast Pass
Adult ticket at child price. This deal includes Fast Pass for all tickets directly issued by Disney Land Paris. 1 Park,1 Day Mini ticket for just £32 1 Park, 1 Day Magic ticket fo… Read more

If you take costumes for the kids that correspond to the ride you get priority access (fast track even on rides without fast track option) ie :- Pirates ride = Disney pirates of the Caribbean costume Peter pan ride = peter pan or Tinkerbell costume Snow white ride = snow white costume Buzz shooting ride = any toy story costume Thunder mountain = Woody or Jessie costume Star Tours = Jedi costume Well worth taking a collection with you, also they cost an arm and a leg in the park (i seem to remember about 60 Euros a dress ! ouch)


Sorry, The response was to SteveBlackman, thought the video will help in addition to your response.


​just got back. wish I had known that. was told prior it was one ride per day. FML


I know. I'm an annual passholder lol. I was just replying to the person who says you can only get 1 a day.


Here is the short video about fastpass http://www.disneylandparis.co.uk/guest-services/fast-pass/ http://tips.disneylandparisandyou.com/index.php?market=uk#tips-fastpass

Disneyland Paris: Adult ticket at Child Price! from £44
Found 20th May 2017Found 20th May 2017
Disneyland Paris: Adult ticket at Child Price! from £44
Adult Price detailed above for 1 day, 2 park ticket on selected days. Other days for adults prices vary but still at child price! Bargin! This offer cannot be purchased at the gat… Read more
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There is no charge, but if haters gonna hate... See how I sneaked in another annoying phrase ;)


If that's the case, great - there's nothing worse than when I went to Legoland and Chessington using the Kellogg's free tickets and it cost far more to "upgrade" to the fast pass equivalents. Suffice to say, as a family of 6, I refused and as we had got there before opening and stayed until closing, the queues were manageable. I do recall in Florida years ago, just using our normal ticket to fast pass etc. plus they had single riders queues at Islands of Adventure, which were super quick (albeit was without young kids).


There is no charge to use Fastpass, it's a service that's included in your entry admission price.


Question? I understand there is a charge. So not each to their own, or it is what it is. Or whatever pointless phrase people are using these days.


Fast pass is free to all? Each to their own I guess.

Disneyland Paris Dream passport for £170
Found 14th Mar 2017Found 14th Mar 2017
Disneyland Paris Dream passport for £170
Disney is changing the annual cards big way. The Dream passport which gives 365 days entry is currently for £170 would not be available after 28th March. Go to the link and click … Read more
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I think they removed that option. You will have to call the UK call center number 08448 008 898 and I think you should still get the deal till 28 March 2017.


Your welcome. Please to hear it helped you. Since you have been there many times you would already know the hotels nearby. Hope you have a great trip and your son has the best time there.


Bargain Hunter 108 I forgot to say a huge thank you to you for not only pointing out the deal, but more importantly for reporting that Disneyland are planning to massively change prices for their annual passports. Our time in August will be my 20th visit and we always used to buy on the gate as that, for some time, was the only way to get the annual passport. I ordered and received my temporary tickets. I can validate my passport until 12/9/17 so it is 6 months from purchase date. I have an autistic son who loves Disneyland and we use them 3 times during each 365 day period. I know I could get a free carer's pass but then I would have to go every single day to the disabled kiosk and so prefer the lack of hassle (not very frugal I know). Anyway thanks for alerting me and also for pointing me in the direction of being able to get the passport cheaper than the Euro price.


Same here. I think the link must have changed. Its now just the hotel booking page in English. When I first saw this post it was a different page in French. Can anyone confirm if and how they have still been able to get the Dream annual pass deal for £170?


Hi everyone in having trouble finding (Go to the link and click "Receive a call" button. You get an immediate call. Works on Saturday too.) Can someone please help me find the link please by word or picture thank you

20% off * your Hotel & Park Tickets combined with a Free Half Board Meal Plan including Restaurants in Disney Parks -  from £58pppn @ Disneyland Paris
Found 16th Nov 2016Found 16th Nov 2016
20% off * your Hotel & Park Tickets combined with a Free Half Board Meal Plan including Restaurants in Disney Parks - from £58pppn @ Disneyland Paris
Save up to 20% off * your Hotel & Park Tickets combined with a Free Half Board Meal Plan including Restaurants in Disney Parks! ** Plus, Kids under 7 Stay and Play Free. *** A… Read more
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Paris have been overhauling the past year as it's their big anniversary celebrations next year. I went i june, half board and still had a great time. Not everyone can afford america disney, this is the best you can get for a fraction of the price. I can't wait to go back!


​heard that dlp has improved massively recently. when is your experience from?


Can you go there for £58pppn?


Lol nothing can compare to Walt Disney World Florida


DLP is rubbish all times of year, more so out of season, even free food isn't enough to tempt!

Disneyland Paris plus Eurostar tickets for a family of 3 for £554
Found 13th Oct 2016Found 13th Oct 2016
Disneyland Paris plus Eurostar tickets for a family of 3 for £554
Travel dates - 13th Dec and 15th Dec (for £342.00 for Disney's Hotel Santa Fe) ***you could add another member for no additional price*** Eurostar tickets - London to Disneyland … Read more

Just got back from using this deal, had a great time (y)


It depends when you go what offer you get, I tried booking next August and got offered 2 days free and U7's free, so £666 for a family of four in summer hols which seemed good.


Not voting either way, but only 5 months ago you were able to get 2 extra days and an extra night with more flexibility on dates for pretty much the same price #ThanksBrexit Disneyland


Completely agree about the height though I would say that there are as many rides that she can go on now and will not want to when older so I guess the answer is a trip every year :) We only did Disney last year next year doing Universal et al and it really ups the cost but then we are there for 3 weeks :)


I'd also like to add that my 2 year old son ate free at the buffets. He also loved everything at Disney and I have never seen so much joy on his face when he met Winnie the Pooh. The grin on his face lasted for a week.

Disneyland Paris Annual Pass - About 10% Discount - Dream @ £169, Fantasy @ £136 From Disneyland Paris
Found 9th Sep 2016Found 9th Sep 2016
Disneyland Paris Annual Pass - About 10% Discount - Dream @ £169, Fantasy @ £136 From Disneyland Paris
Been looking at going to Disneyland Paris for a few days and eventually opted for a Dream Annual pass as it allows unlimited usage throughout the year, free bag storage, free drink… Read more
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Thanks. Just bought a Dream Pass for £169 :)


Just to make you all aware that this offer is still available and it is £169 per person for dream passes.


Just called the number and booked our tickets at the prices above (Dream AP £169!) Thank you for posting this way of booking tickets! Saved us money compared to paying in Euros. Only thing to add is that they charge £3 for postage - that's for the order, not per ticket.


We've never been to Disneyland Paris. We did Florida in April this year and decided to get the Dream passes for France for a year - we've planned 5 or 6 visits already within the 12 months. Each 3 night/4 day stay will cost us about £300-350 for airport parking, flights, transfer (unsure whether to do TGV or Magical Shuttle at the minute) and hotel for the 2 of us. Means the pass will have cost us £34 each per stay. Given the discounts, free drinks and free luggage storage, the pass will more than pay for itself and effectively give us free entry into the parks :)


Bought the dream passes a year ago and stayed in the magic circus hotel. The cost of the dream passes are well worth it with the discounts etc. 2 adults and 2 children Flew from Liverpool with easy jet for only £250 and got the high speed train straight from CDG airport right to Disney in about 20 minutes! For anyone who already has bought the passes and are planning to renew them, they are currently offering 18 months for the price of 12 months to renew. Just renewed yesterday. Well worth doing for the smiles on our faces, never mind our kids!

4 days in Disneyland Paris for £264 each including flights, onsite hotel, breakfast and park tickets @ disneylandparis
Found 2nd Sep 2016Found 2nd Sep 2016
4 days in Disneyland Paris for £264 each including flights, onsite hotel, breakfast and park tickets @ disneylandparis
4 nights in Disneyland Paris staying in Disney's Mexican themed hotel Santa Fe. This price includes all flights, Disney hotel, breakfast and Disneyland park tickets for the full 4 … Read more
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that is unbelievable. Which ride was it? And if the wait was that long was it not wise to not queue up for it?


Well said. Going to USA is not a weekend or even 4 day trip. It is a week atleast. As a contrator I would loose a lot for taking extra days off. So Paris is convenient. after 3 days even some adults will get bored. 10 times bigger means u need to spend 10 times more time there too...can we spare tht kind of time and 3-4 times more money?


Sent you message mate.


Hi - is this pass still available and what price are you looking for please ?


We go in 4 weeks and I've only paid £1200 for 1 adult and 2 children over 7, staying in sequoia lodge, half board plus with flights, luggage and private transfers

Disneyland Paris  20% off, free half board upgrade and kids under 7 go free £1257
Found 11th May 2015Found 11th May 2015
Disneyland Paris 20% off, free half board upgrade and kids under 7 go free £1257
Surprisingly good deals direct at Disneyland Paris. 20% off, plus free kids accommodation and parks) for under 7s plus free upgrade to half board. I left it a bit late this year an… Read more
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details corrected...


EuroDisney? Sounds like someone's stuck in the past.


French People - Cold Save up and go the real Disney.


Having visited Disneyland California and Disneyworld Florida - would I be right in thinking this would be a letdown?


Had a great time loved every minute. Two children aged 5 and 7. Would love to go back. Went end of last March.

Disneyland Paris - Book via France Just saved over £700!!
Found 8th Feb 2015Found 8th Feb 2015
Disneyland Paris - Book via France Just saved over £700!!
Amazing!! Just booked 4 nights / 5 days at Newport Bay for £1942 for 4 people including Eurostar via French versions of official sites for Disneyland Paris and Eurostar. UK quote w… Read more

Is there any negative to booking via the French site/on the phone as opposed to the more expensive UK site?


how do I get this deal


Just got back, so some thoughts / comments for those booked / thinking of booking: Newport bay is still being refurbed - some staffolding at the front is down but much still up. Reception area is also scaffolded. Shame but not a spoiler as minimal time spent in hotel!! 40 degree heat was bl00dy hot!! - drink plenty of water Early hours is well worth using as queues got long - 100 minutes for Big Thunder Mountain and 80 for Autopia Disney Studios - Crush and Ratatouille hit 100 minutes as well - try to get in a queue at opening time - Studios gates open at 9:30 but rides don't start until 10 Euro at 1.35 helps a lot - meal at Planet Hollywood with a 20% voucher (plenty online! - mine was from Destination Coupons) came in at £55 for 4 mains plus drinks Selfie sticks have been banned now :-) - bag checks are in operation I didnt realise until the last day, but you can get fast passes for more than one ride simultaneously (might just be me!!) so I had Big Thunder mountain and Indiania Jones fast passes about 40 minutes apart Indiana Jones ride was empty at 11.30 on Friday morning - could walk straight on and rode three times without queueing!! Think that's all at present but any questions regarding DLP at present please post and I'll see if I can help


Ok thank you will do.


http://www.disneylandparis.fr/ Though the offer has changed now to 30% off only, so might be worth comparing the packages on the UK site!