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Anybody know where to get cheap Euro Disney tickets from ?

Found 5th May 2009
Hi,

I'd really appreciate it if somebody could help me find some cheap EuroDisney tickets, i'd be interested in visiting both the parks and was told hopper tickets would do the trick ? the best price I could find was £41 from eurodisney website ? could this be bought for cheaper any place else ? the tickets would be for Saturday the 16th of May, thanks in advance for looking

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they are 41 quid on disney website? thats a bit cheeky-its 37 euros at the gate!

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barky;5127274

they are 41 quid on disney website? thats a bit cheeky-its 37 euros at … they are 41 quid on disney website? thats a bit cheeky-its 37 euros at the gate!



cheers mate, but I thought you could only order the hopper tickets online ?

anyone pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ?

Rudz;5132118

cheers mate, but I thought you could only order the hopper tickets online … cheers mate, but I thought you could only order the hopper tickets online ?anyone pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ?



I was just there 3 weeks ago m8 and I assure you the hopper tickets are on sale at the gate-37 euros like I said-just remember they only go through the machine once so you keep your ticket and get hand stamped when you leave the first park-then you show the ticket and the handstamp to get entry to the second.

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barky;5132438

I was just there 3 weeks ago m8 and I assure you the hopper tickets are … I was just there 3 weeks ago m8 and I assure you the hopper tickets are on sale at the gate-37 euros like I said-just remember they only go through the machine once so you keep your ticket and get hand stamped when you leave the first park-then you show the ticket and the handstamp to get entry to the second.



cheers mate, repped.

I was hoping to sort my tickets out before I got there, wanting to avoid queues ? bit cheeky like you said by Disney, charging £41 when you can get it for 37 Euros at the gate, Disney website calls it the Discovery ticket, it's the same as the Hopper isn't it ?

Rudz;5132549

cheers mate, repped.I was hoping to sort my tickets out before I got … cheers mate, repped.I was hoping to sort my tickets out before I got there, wanting to avoid queues ? bit cheeky like you said by Disney, charging £41 when you can get it for 37 Euros at the gate, Disney website calls it the Discovery ticket, it's the same as the Hopper isn't it ?



discovery ticket must just be a term on the website-the tickets we got said "2parcs,un jour" -i.e. 2 parks one day on em-didnt say discovery but thats the hoppers for sure.
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