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    Buffalo Bills dinner and show at Disneyland Paris

    Going to Disneyland Paris next month and have heard good things about the Buffalo bills dinner and show, however for 4 of us its nearly £200 - has anyone been - is it worth it??

    ALSO - Does anyone know if you can get cheaper tickets that those advertised on Disney website??

    Many thanks xxxx

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    Banned

    200 quid for a meal?

    Is it worth it? Uh no.

    Original Poster

    Lol - I know, but its a show too

    toshapetriji

    200 quid for a meal?Is it worth it? Uh no.

    There are two price tiers depending on where you want to sit-its a great show-"dinner" isnt great tbh-chilli con carne/one sausage/a few potatoes/veg.beer or wine or soft drink for kids,and the pudding is usually just a bit of spongecake-if you have never done it,then you must see it at least once.

    You do get to keep the cowboy hat at the end-at busy times it sells out pretty quick so worth prebooking.I once got cheap tickets from lastminute for a visit first week in april,but ts very rare you will get a deal

    Original Poster

    thanks, no joy on lastminute. Might just have to use the credit card :-)

    barky

    There are two price tiers depending on where you want to sit-its a great … There are two price tiers depending on where you want to sit-its a great show-"dinner" isnt great tbh-chilli con carne/one sausage/a few potatoes/veg.beer or wine or soft drink for kids,and the pudding is usually just a bit of spongecake-if you have never done it,then you must see it at least once.You do get to keep the cowboy hat at the end-at busy times it sells out pretty quick so worth prebooking.I once got cheap tickets from lastminute for a visit first week in april,but ts very rare you will get a deal

    I would say it's worth going to the once. You probably wouldn't go again. As for if it's worth it, everything there is more than what you would normally pay. One thing I would recommend if you have a little girl is dinner with the princesses. My 5 year old loved it last year. Are you stopping in one if the Disney hotels? We stayed in the New York and upgraded to half board which cost about £100 per day for 3 of us. You could go to buffalo bills, princesses and dinner with mickey and the characters in cafe mickey.

    Original Poster

    I have two boys, however one of them would probably quite like the princess dinner! We are staying 'on site' in Sequoia Lodge we haven't upgraded yet just B&B. I've heard its really pricey, about a fiver for a glass of coke!

    lethalmoose

    I would say it's worth going to the once. You probably wouldn't go again. … I would say it's worth going to the once. You probably wouldn't go again. As for if it's worth it, everything there is more than what you would normally pay. One thing I would recommend if you have a little girl is dinner with the princesses. My 5 year old loved it last year. Are you stopping in one if the Disney hotels? We stayed in the New York and upgraded to half board which cost about £100 per day for 3 of us. You could go to buffalo bills, princesses and dinner with mickey and the characters in cafe mickey.

    We took our kids. It was expensive, but the kids loved it - we got into character & were behaving like real cowboys, much to my wife's embarrassment & shame lol!

    hi

    Just got back from disney yeaterday, went to buffalo bill on tuesday evening kids loved it.

    I got tickets for 29euros each for the 9.30 show cost 174 euros for six which converted to £152.

    Found them from a post on here type in disneyland paris in search and scroll down it is from about six months ago and there is a link to take you through the french website which is a lot cheaper ( a con i know) i was panicing thinking i may get pulled cause i dont have a french address but now problems even got put on the 2nd row of seats.

    Dont know how to attach the post sorry.

    Hope this helps

    I went to the show a few years back with my daughter. The price has doubled since and unless the show has changed i'm not sure it's worth it for an hour and half entertainment. The food was very basic too. We came away with a felt cowboy hat and a small chocolate coin. From what I can remember, there are other shows at Disney costing alot less to nothing which the kids love just as much.
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