All Disneyland Discounts, Offers and Sale - December 2018
Hardly a deal. It's just the seasonal tickets they have to shift as they approach their expiry.
Isn't it bloody freezing at that time?
I was going to say has anyone tried to go to both parks in 1 day? Is it doable/worth it
Realistically speaking 1 park usually takes a day with all the variety and the wait times etc.... and Picniq usually has a day ticket for 38 for kids / adults for most part of the year.
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.
I went to this restaurant a few days ago and can say I wish I hadn’t bothered - rude staff and bland, tasteless food. The decor also looked like it was in need of a refurb..
Went to Disneyland Wednesday and Thursday. Decided to give Planet Hollywood the swerve based on the reports here. Ate at a Tex Mex buffet one night and although it was pretty expensive (€34pp which includes one drink) and the range doesn't compare to American buffets like Golden Coral, I was surprised at how nice it was. extremely tender carved pork, some sort of chunky beef in gravy (which they for some reason called a stir fry), chilli, chicken fajitas, pesto raviolli, mixed veg dauphinose and a small selection of kid friendly fast food. Deserts were nice too. I'd recommend it, especially if you don't want to eat up a couple of hours of your day in a restaurant. Earl of Sandwich was also good, a Subway with much higher quality ingredients. Had a philly cheesesteak. Used a 20% voucher but rather sneakily they don't let you use a voucher with a meal deal (still works out far cheaper with the voucher) There's a McDonalds there but it gets unbelievably busy and it has a notable markup (on top of France's already strangely high McDonald prices). Tried out a few unusual items when I was there: McGriddles for breakfast (light American style pancakes infused with syrup), Bagel burgers and McFlurries that use sorbet. Easily the cheapest food option at Disney. From the plans they've submitted for the resort expansion, Disney Village is getting torn down in the next year or two in order to be replaced by something along the lines of Disney Springs, if you're looking at booking late into 2019 make sure you check to see what building work is being done. The food in the parks themselves is universally bad and overpriced (with the exception of the Ratatouille restaurant which is just expensive).
We have been twice this year and I got to say if your having burger and chips which is what most people eat, I would just go to McDonald's. These places are so overpriced and over rated. Earl of sandwich and Annettes was not nice either.
Said it before and I'll say it again, this is the worst restaurant I've ever had the misfortune of eating in. We go to Disney every year and would never ever go here again, once was enough.
I've not been to Paris, but the rainforest cafes in Florida were great for families. We're heading to Paris soon and will go Rainforest instead of Planet Hollywood.
Nobody is superior. But you call it Eurodisney if you want, my precious little thing. (y)
No some people are so far up themselves they think they are superior to everyone else. We knew what you meant. I think I will continue to call it Euro Disney if it upsets people. You should to.
are there plenty of places/choices to eat nearby the hotel?
Good luck getting eurostar or a flight for anywhere close to the price
I was just adding some mitigating circumstances :D To be honest, its just easier to say Euro Disney than Disneyland Paris. TO be fair, very few people call the Disney park in Florida by its correct name either! I do try and remember to say Disneyland Paris but sometimes I slip into the old name (for convenience) and, funnily enough, people still understand where I am talking about. Go figure - some rebranding excercises aren't as successful as others I guess.
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
You're at the wrong Disneyland mate.
It's only £12.99 digitally in the Xbox sale currently.
It's not based on the Florida park (embarrassed)
Doesn’t appear to be available for £8 anymore :(
Price aside it’s surprisingly good fun if you have kids to play with and especially if you’ve been to Florida. It’s really accurate.
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!!
Nothing is within 10 minutes of stepping off the plane. By this logic the baggage reclaim is not easily accessible either.
Nope. They're still too cheap. It's a relativity thing. The only comparable level of attraction is another Disney Park, all of which are far more expensive. £100 for 280 days was ridiculous and it's little surprise they made no money. Most people that had the old top tier pass didn't need it, in that they didn't visit in the days that are now blocked out, so their comparable pass would be the Magic Plus, which saw a much smaller increase.
What price would tickets be on 21 october as seems ots not covered, not been before so not familiar with the prices.
reviews on this place are absolutely shocking :(
Nice, good to know. Thanks (y)
Just to let you know the games are available to download right now :)
I don’t think MS are short of money (excited) It’s development studios they’re short of and AAA game development takes more than a “couple of years” MS are preparing for the next gen now.
Do they advertise which games are leaving as much as they advertise the new ones? I would have thought they could just keep adding and never remove.
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.
,Plus £10 pp booking/admin fee, Never have cheap dates available, Only tell you that after you agree to redeem your voucher/s. Then flights cost more etc etc.
xmas isn't till December Bahhh Humbug ;)
These never seem good value, can always book it cheaper yourself imho. No transfers included, hand luggage only & only 1 day park tickets. I'll pass
We generally eat at restaurants every night while away some in Paris can be very expensive as can some near Sossion where we like to stay nearby, it can also easy cost £100 for burgers fries and drinks in Disney for 6
its been around for years.
Thanks Op. I did not book the Planet Hollywood meal, but bought the 2 park tickets from Attraction Tix, about 10% cheaper than the Disneyland Paris site. Also used TopCashback for a tiny bit more discount. The tix also include additional discount vouchers for Planet Hollywood (20% off merchandise, 15% off food and drinks) and 20% off Earl of Sandwich. I also intend to bring some sandwiches/pastries from the hotel breakfast to the parks (y)
Wow. Each to their own but thats not even what I budget for one day for my family of 3 in Florida. Glad they dont ban on taking your own food in Disney Hongkong you are banned but went only for 2 days.
£66.00 for a family of four is pretty good value esp at Disneyland Paris. We have been a couple of times, and I generally budget about £1500 for 2 weeks of food in France that is for a family of 5 or 6 dependant, You can take your own food to Disney but They are strict on where it can be eaten, there are some picnic areas but usually very busy.
they do all have their risks, but this thread was about Paris so was just agreeing with some of the other commenters about having a bad experience. It was my first time abroad (but not my first time in a major city), I lived in Manchester for 3 years and now live a short train ride from London, only had one (failed) pick pocketing experience in all that time. I have been other places abroad without being robbed.
You're judging an large city by your one bad experience... They all have their risks... Well done for necroing...
How is that relevant to my comment about *actually* getting pickpocketed?
nothing at that price. 89 the cheaper one way, such misleading advert.
Hi could you give an example , I've been searching myself and can't find any. Thanks
Adult £337 Child £316 @ FloridaEscapes using code SAVETEN 2 Adults & 2 Children £1306
2 Adults & 2 children Orlando Attractions: £1,336 FloridaTix: £1,356 Both deals already posted here.
2 adults 2 children holidaying on the 5th August.. and this doesn’t include Quidco cashback making it cheaper...
Have you shown your one year old Son Goofy or Pluto? Not sure that's Disney's fault if you haven't shown your child certain characters... lol. It's a Disney park, not just Frozen... although you will be getting that in a few years time. So for now just Let it go ;) Perk for me though, one less stroller in the park not getting in everybody's way.
good April 1st post
FYI just as I was about to buy for my daughter the £12.99 deal online has expired :(
is this game any good? tempted by for my 5yo girl
So it is. My bad for not reading to the end :)
It's in description as well... (angel)
Just to note this is currently £12.99 on the Microsoft Store. Play Anywhere.
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.
Ne nah ne nah ne nah
*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.
Also like to know this. Is it possible to do both parks fully in one day? Thanks
I will be visiting Paris and wanted to go Disneyland for 1 day as this is all our trip allows. We are 3 adults so wont necessarily want to see everything, just a general exploration and rides. My question is, should I book for 1 Day 1 Park, or will I have enough time for 1 Day 2 Parks. We plan to spend the entire day there until close
I am looking at visiting near Christmas I can't seem to book much for this date. Never have been before is this some thing I need to book nearer the time? Will there be similar deals? Thanks 😊
Thanks a lot for that! I was hoping there would be a supermarket closeby and just get sandwiches or cheap grub. Not entertaining the restaurants at al
Food is on the expensive side for sure - just outside the park is Disney Village and there is a McDonalds and they charge the standard McDonald's price - there are a few more options there too. In the park itself - see this http://www.dlpguide.com/planning/dining/restaurant-menus/ - another option is try and carry some of your own food (sandwiches/biscuits/crisps and juice/water) as they don't check/confiscate those and would save you a fortune. We always took something with us to eat and didn't rely so much on the onsite eating options. It gets really busy so be prepared for that. Hope all of you have a good time there, enjoy (highfive)
Just called them to check dates, spoke to Randill, he was very pushy on the phone, gave me a price of £950 for 4 of us, he asked if I liked the price, I told him it’s a lot more then the website, he said ok I’ll use my own ‘personal discount’ and the price is now £800 and would I like to book I told him I’d need to check with my wife about dates etc, he said if I pay £200 now I’d get it for the price of £600 all in, £350 off in 1 minute! He asked can I pay now, so I started to tell him again that I was only asking and need to check with my wife when he hung up on me!!! SEEMS LIKE A SCAM!
£196 return for 2.
I would appreciate the taxi number please if possible as we go in March thanks
How much were your Eurostar tickets?
I called them today. The operator was friendly, polite and helpful. Its a call center so obviously some noise is expected although he tried to minimize it while looking for flights for me. The dates available for this deal are given on the page of the deal. You have to click on the "Full Details" tab. This deal is only valid for these dates and for the time shown. He told me you MUST come back after 2 nights 1 day for this deal to work. But I wanted to stay longer. I told him I want the deal but if he can give me a later return flight and I would arrange my own accommodation for the remaining days nearer to Paris city center. But he either did not understand what I meant or did not want me to get accommodation on my own so he just hung up. He was giving me EasyJet flights, 10kg luggage allowance and 8 nights in the same hotel for £799 for 2 people. If anyone is interested, he gave me his name (Nathan) and direct number (01386298002). However, since I have been able to find a 7 nights stay in Paris near Gare du Nord station + 1 day Disney tickets + Eurostar return tickets for 2 for under £550, so I will not call him back as this is more convenient for me than staying for the entire trip all the way out in Marne-la-Vallee and trying to pack lightly to avoid surcharge on overweight luggage.
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