Found 16th Oct 2008
Does anyone have any tickets going spare for 26th/27th october 2008. Or does anyone know where i could get cheap tickets from. Ive tried ebay and the disney website.

Please advise
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try signing up with the Dibb and ask on there you might be lucky
MouseSavers.com reader Amy O writes (in July 2007): "Disneyland Paris is currently running a promotion where kids under 7 are free. The Disney rep at the ticket counter at the park could not honor the free one-day pass for kids since we didn't stay at a Disney hotel, but instead offered free annual passes for our 2 kids under 7 if we purchased adult annual passes at any level. We were originally going to buy one-day/one-park tickets for our family (46 euros/adult and 38 euros/child) and instead purchased 2 adult basic annual passes (89 euros each with some blackout dates) that are good at both Disneyland and the Paris Studios park for a year and received 2 kids passes free!" I'm not sure if this is standard policy or if Amy just got lucky. In any case, it's worth inquiring!

MouseSavers.com reader Marcus reports in May 2008, "We saw your site a few days ago before going to Disneyland Paris and saw your note regarding Amy O’s free child passes. We bought annual passes last year and were going to do the same this year. We told the rep. we wanted 3 passes (one for each of myself, my wife and our 3 year old son [who was free last year]). I mentioned there was an offer on whereby under 7s are free (referring to the hotel offer but not mentioning hotels as we weren’t in one of theirs) and she immediately said yes there was and that his pass was free and gave him the same pass as my wife which was a more expensive one – mine was just the cheapest pass as we can use hers for merchandise discounts and car parking etc., we didn’t need 2 of these. She did not, however, mention this until I did so it is possible this is a standard offer if you ask for it. So, thanks for this tip and it may be worth updating this on your site."

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Stockholders in Euro Disney SCA (the company that owns Disneyland Resort Paris) can join the Shareholder's Club, which provides an extensive list of discounts including 15% off most tickets and Annual Passes, 10% off hotel rooms, 15% off at most table-service restaurants in the parks and hotels, 15% merchandise discounts and more.

Each morning from 9 am to noon, Shareholders Club members can quietly start their visit with a light Continental breakfast at "Salon Mickey," at the entrance of Disneyland Park. Members are also invited to private events such as film screenings at the theme parks.

If you own at least 20 shares of Euro Disney SCA, a two-year membership in the Shareholder's Club is free; if you own at least 5, but less than 20 shares, the cost is €30 for a two-year membership. (Note that as of 12/3/07, the stock was consolidated so that 100 shares became 1 share, making 5 or 20 of the new shares equivalent to 500 or 2000 of the old shares.) The stock is sold on the Paris and Brussels stock exchanges under ticker EDL.PA and can be purchased through many US brokers. Some discount brokers don't carry it.

My friend is a shareholder - I bought her shares last yr for christmas, nice present you get a certificate etc, dont know how much they are now I pad about £70
cool, thanks for that. much appreciated.. i think i will try the kids for free deal..
You can get tickets from the Disney Store in the UK as well, not sure how much they are, but depending on how the exchange rate is, sometimes works out cheaper.
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