Free Dining in 2020 + €100 Gift card + 20% off Room Booking (e.g. 2A 2C 2 nights Santa Fe hotel + park entry £1147.06) @ Disneyland Paris
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Free Dining in 2020 + €100 Gift card + 20% off Room Booking (e.g. 2A 2C 2 nights Santa Fe hotel + park entry £1147.06) @ Disneyland Paris

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Refreshed 30th Oct (Posted 29th Oct)Expires on 13/02/2020
Some great promotions in place for 2020 visits to Disneyland Paris. Anyone who's visited knows that food can add a considerable amount on to your holiday cost, so this should really help out if you are looking to book next year!







Example based on 2 adults & 2 children staying for 2 nights at Disney Hotel Santa Fe from the 3rd to 5th of April 2020, includes 3 days parks tickets and 2 nights.

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Make big savings when you book a Spring/Summer 2020 package that includes one of our FREE Disney Dining Plans. Book by 29th December 2019 for Spring arrivals and 12th February 2020 for Summer arrivals to also benefit from up to 20% off your room booking plus €100 worth of Disney Spending Money.



Enjoy FREE Disney Dining and Drinks in 2020Everyone on your booking dines for FREE during their stay at Disneyland Paris when you book a Disney Hotel and Disney Nature Resort.

This offer is available for Spring arrivals from 2nd April 2020 – 2nd July 2020 if you book by 29th December 2019 and for Summer arrivals from 3rd July 2020 – 1st November 2020 if you book by 12th February 2020.

When staying in a Disney Hotel or at Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch the offer is available on a 2, 3, or 4+ night package and if staying at Les Villages Nature Paris, the offer is available for a minimum of 2 nights and a maximum of 7 nights. All packages booked at Les Villages Nature Paris include a maximum of 2 days in the Disney Parks only.



Free Breakfast

When you stay at Disney’s Hotel Cheyenne or Disney’s Hotel Santa Fe, you can enjoy free breakfast at the buffet of your Disney Hotel.



Free Breakfast and Lunch or Dinner

If you stay at Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch, Disney’s Sequoia Lodge, Disney’s Newport Bay Club or Disney’s Hotel New York – the Art of Marvel, you can enjoy free breakfast at the buffet of your Disney Hotel and then you can choose from either lunch or dinner for each night of your stay.

If you stay at Les Villages Nature Paris you can benefit from free breakfast in a counter restaurant per day of your visit to the Disney Parks and you can then choose either one free lunch or dinner voucher at selected Disney Restaurants per day of your visit to the Disney Parks.
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Trust me when I say it's not worth paying this much for 2 nights, I used to pay this or less for 4 nights, prices have gone crazy for Disneyland paris, over £500 per night is not a deal imo
Save up for Disney world so much better
Think we paid 1100 for 5 nights half board and Eurostar and park tickets 2a 1c is this a deal?
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Trust me when I say it's not worth paying this much for 2 nights, I used to pay this or less for 4 nights, prices have gone crazy for Disneyland paris, over £500 per night is not a deal imo
Think we paid 1100 for 5 nights half board and Eurostar and park tickets 2a 1c is this a deal?
Save up for Disney world so much better
I agree you need a meal plan included offer if you intend eating in the park, but prices just lately have gone silly. This really isn't a deal. It's only a year ago I got Newport Bay with food for 4 nights for only a little more.
I don't think it's really worth going to Paris, especially for this price - currently. (I say this as an annual pass holder lol).

So much is happening with expansions over the next few years the park is going to be incredible, however currently it's in a sorry state. The Magic Kingdom park is nice but the studios park is a waste of time (other than some nice food options and the Nemo ride).

If you go, stay off site for cheaper and get the free shuttles/concierge in and out of the park.
You'd have to be insane to pay that for 2 nights. For 4/5x that you could do Disney properly for 14 days in Florida
It's costing us £294 per night for 3A & 1C at Disney Coronado Springs (moderate resort) including parks and quick dining plan (2 meals, 2 snacks and drinks). Nearly 50% less than this deal per night with a much better dining plan and Florida weather & hospitality.
Edited by: "Azwipe" 29th Oct
What a deal
I’ve just paid £1,300 for three nights at Sequoia Lodge, HB+, 4 day park tickets and return flights from NCL at end of March, 2A+1C. This seems a better deal to me!
With the price of flights to the US at the moment this isn't much of a deal. Save up not much extra and you can do Florida for not much more.
We paid £5.5k for two weeks disneyworld included drinks and dining parks and flights for 3 of us much better best holidays
Full of french
smckirdy30/10/2019 14:03

With the price of flights to the US at the moment this isn't much of a …With the price of flights to the US at the moment this isn't much of a deal. Save up not much extra and you can do Florida for not much more.


I wish it wasn’t much more but it’s around 5k at least for a 2A & 2C family holiday
steveieboy130/10/2019 21:06

I wish it wasn’t much more but it’s around 5k at least for a 2A & 2C fam …I wish it wasn’t much more but it’s around 5k at least for a 2A & 2C family holiday


Nonsense, I've got a trip next month and even with a mix of premium economy and business flights it's not that. If you aren't savvy to the cheapest way of doing things it can certainly get up to that i.e. staying at Disney and spending a fortune on week long park passes you will never actually use bought from the UK(never buy from here).

Flights(economy) and accommodation etc. Like for like when I booked mine for 4 was less than 2k with enough left for doing our usual 3 park rotation. If you go out to California that's expensive, but we live in the days where economy flights to Orlando, Tampa and Miami are cheap, you get regular sales where they are 300 or less return. You can get premium economy for what it used to cost for economy seats a decade ago.
smckirdy31/10/2019 00:41

Nonsense, I've got a trip next month and even with a mix of premium …Nonsense, I've got a trip next month and even with a mix of premium economy and business flights it's not that. If you aren't savvy to the cheapest way of doing things it can certainly get up to that i.e. staying at Disney and spending a fortune on week long park passes you will never actually use bought from the UK(never buy from here). Flights(economy) and accommodation etc. Like for like when I booked mine for 4 was less than 2k with enough left for doing our usual 3 park rotation. If you go out to California that's expensive, but we live in the days where economy flights to Orlando, Tampa and Miami are cheap, you get regular sales where they are 300 or less return. You can get premium economy for what it used to cost for economy seats a decade ago.


The cheapest holiday on Virgin for 2 weeks in August is £4.2k plus £1.5k for Disney park tickets.

Flights are £900+ each if you book separately. The joys of school holidays!
steveieboy131/10/2019 05:42

The cheapest holiday on Virgin for 2 weeks in August is £4.2k plus £1.5k f …The cheapest holiday on Virgin for 2 weeks in August is £4.2k plus £1.5k for Disney park tickets. Flights are £900+ each if you book separately. The joys of school holidays!


Handily most fines for non attendance are way less than the difference.

Or just add in something educational and get it off.

But that's case in point booking on Virgin is never cheapest, and if you are savvy about what you buy then you can get park tickets for far far less.
smckirdy31/10/2019 11:27

Handily most fines for non attendance are way less than the difference.Or …Handily most fines for non attendance are way less than the difference.Or just add in something educational and get it off.But that's case in point booking on Virgin is never cheapest, and if you are savvy about what you buy then you can get park tickets for far far less.



My wife is a teacher so best not go off sick for 2 weeks! I collect air miles so can get the flights for £800 in taxes/fees for all 4 of us but the hotel/villa is £2k, car hire £500 and park tickets £1,500 hence my £5k comment. I doubt you'd get it much cheaper.

25% off the park tickets is the best I've seen.
Book over 12 months in advance and got 3 of us at Newport for 4 nights with half board food for £950. Easy pee
What are the food limitations?...
bandicoot198031/10/2019 14:34

Book over 12 months in advance and got 3 of us at Newport for 4 nights …Book over 12 months in advance and got 3 of us at Newport for 4 nights with half board food for £950. Easy pee


Hi, where did you book please? I'm looking to do the same, but on the official site its only allowing me to go up to April.
2017 I paid £1500 for 4 night/5 days in the Disney Hotel half-board which included Inventions, Auberge de Cendrillon and Buffalo Bills Wild West Show for 2A/2C. That was during half-term! This seems expensive for 2 nights at Santa Fe
Edited by: "MagnetAndSteel" 31st Oct
We paid £800 for 3 nights/4 days Sequioa Lodge in December. 2 adults, 1 child and an infant. Half board plus and a character breakfast. Paid around the same last year too.
That’s so expensive for 2 nights, I go 4 times per year for 4 nightsand it doesn’t even cost me that total! The Disneyland Paris hotels aren’t great either it’s cheaper to stay offsite which is the same journey time as the “on site” hotels (which aren’t on site) and the hotels all provide free shuttles.

as for the Florida comments we go once per year and pay around 3k (maybe 3.5 at a push) for 3 weeks including park tickets (disney parks,universal and Busch gardens), fully covered car hire, flights and accommodation. I agree I’d rather do WDW.
Nice find. Heat added.
Its a nice offer but not the best, Heat anyway
sevenblue31/10/2019 14:43

Hi, where did you book please? I'm looking to do the same, but on the …Hi, where did you book please? I'm looking to do the same, but on the official site its only allowing me to go up to April.


Booked mine back in December 2018 for may 2020. I would look out for the early deals on the official site. They have them from time to time (it's the 25% discount with park tickets and half board).
bandicoot198031/10/2019 15:00

Booked mine back in December 2018 for may 2020. I would look out for the …Booked mine back in December 2018 for may 2020. I would look out for the early deals on the official site. They have them from time to time (it's the 25% discount with park tickets and half board).


Thanks
xJayJayx8931/10/2019 14:50

That’s so expensive for 2 nights, I go 4 times per year for 4 nightsand it …That’s so expensive for 2 nights, I go 4 times per year for 4 nightsand it doesn’t even cost me that total! The Disneyland Paris hotels aren’t great either it’s cheaper to stay offsite which is the same journey time as the “on site” hotels (which aren’t on site) and the hotels all provide free shuttles. as for the Florida comments we go once per year and pay around 3k (maybe 3.5 at a push) for 3 weeks including park tickets (disney parks,universal and Busch gardens), fully covered car hire, flights and accommodation. I agree I’d rather do WDW.





The Paris hotels are all on-site and walking distance to the park, its impossible to get a closer hotel! Even the cheapest Disney hotel (Santa Fe) is only a 20 minute walk. The only official hotels not walkable are Davy Crockett and Les Villages which are both chalets or campsites.

I do agree that the per night cost can work out significantly cheaper in Florida though, but prices have been significantly rising (not sure if its the Brexit effect on the dollar or just rising prices), we paid £3600 for two weeks including Disney tickets at the Wilderness Lodge in 2016, we are looking at almost double that if we wanted to do it in 2020 and stay "on-site" (which in Florida doesn't mean you can walk to all parks!).
Edited by: "jon81uk" 31st Oct
Prices really have gone nuts at DL Paris in the last few years. Unfortunately I will probably never see a deal again like the one we managed to get for St. Patricks Day 2016, where we got 4 nights for 2 A & 2C with Breakfast at Santa Fee and Park Tickets included for £307.16. All booked via Expedia.co.uk at the time.
Edited by: "dsab85" 31st Oct
For Paris? It’s the worst one too. I wouldn’t pay anywhere near this for that Disney. That a mad price, not a deal at all.
This is an absolutely HORRENDUS deal. I go a few weeks every year and it's nearly always cheaper to just buy annual passes and stay at the much nicer offsite hotels.

To compare, for 3 of us going for 8 nights this year cost us £1000, for hotel, annual passes, and eurostar. We then went again and it cost £just over £600 as that time we didn't need to pay for annual passes again.

Even with a terrible exchange rate, a basic annual pass can be had for £150, about the same price as a 2 day ticket, so always look at the dates and consider an annual pass, what ironically can pay for itself on the food and shop savings.
Edited by: "jonnyh132" 31st Oct
Hate to poop the party, but I have booked up a few months ago for 1st April for 3 nights for £700 with half board. The prices have jumped up
I've taken my children to Disneyland paris twice over the last 3 years and for a family of 5 with a meal plan for 4 nights it was still less than this deal, both times were in June. Sorry to rain on the parade
I'd heard that booking through the French site is cheaper can anyone confirm?
Stevelow_21231/10/2019 16:07

I'd heard that booking through the French site is cheaper can anyone …I'd heard that booking through the French site is cheaper can anyone confirm?


It varies booking to booking, but you can book via the French, German, or any other European countries website and they all differ so check them all.
Annam201131/10/2019 15:53

I've taken my children to Disneyland paris twice over the last 3 years and …I've taken my children to Disneyland paris twice over the last 3 years and for a family of 5 with a meal plan for 4 nights it was still less than this deal, both times were in June. Sorry to rain on the parade


What sites do you usually check for deals? We are also a family of 5 and looking to do 4 nights too.
Annam201131/10/2019 15:53

I've taken my children to Disneyland paris twice over the last 3 years and …I've taken my children to Disneyland paris twice over the last 3 years and for a family of 5 with a meal plan for 4 nights it was still less than this deal, both times were in June. Sorry to rain on the parade


Just so during term time?
floz31/10/2019 16:13

What sites do you usually check for deals? We are also a family of 5 and …What sites do you usually check for deals? We are also a family of 5 and looking to do 4 nights too.


I booked through magic breaks the 2nd time but I joined lots of facebook groups to see when new offers came up.
Annam201131/10/2019 16:15

I booked through magic breaks the 2nd time but I joined lots of facebook …I booked through magic breaks the 2nd time but I joined lots of facebook groups to see when new offers came up.


Thanks. Are there any groups that are better than others? I bet there are a fair few!
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