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2-Course Meal and Drink at Planet Hollywood * Disneyland Paris Resort *-  £22 for Adults and £11 for Children @ Attractiontix
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Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
Heading to Disneyland Paris? Plan ahead! Eating in the resort can be really expensive, so this seemed like a decent offer. You can book a 2-Course Meal at Planet Hollywood Disney… Read more
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Crashcox1

They are legit. Nothing to worry about.

bschofield

is this webiste safe? I've never heard of it before x

Badgerparade

Very overpriced and average quality food. Keep a lookout for the offers at other restaurants on site, which are less cramped and some even do free kids meals at certain times if you book.

paul.jacobs

Cheap hard cheeses in supermarkets are veggie, just like parmesan, smelly and strong. The french do have a different view on what is veggie, like fish

FlangeNut123

The problem is that it is so close to Annette's Diner I'd go there any day of the week. Earl of Sandwich is good for a snack as well. To be fair Planet Hollywood at the DIsney Village isn't that bad. Way, way better than the hovel they have in London now.

Eurostar to Paris from just £36 each way @ Eurostar
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Found 4th AprFound 4th Apr
Good price, ideal if looking to head over to Disneyland anytime soon, dates do vary but worth hunting around You can also save on park tickets here
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mat_in_london

nothing at that price. 89 the cheaper one way, such misleading advert.

OwlEye

Hi could you give an example , I've been searching myself and can't find any. Thanks

purplefleece

Well done for basically giving Eurostar the info to increase the minimum fare! Sheep! Inform yourselves before voting! This is a price increase!

sew109

Check the Strikes think it’s two days on five days off at the minute may Eurostar cancelled

Hondacars

Don’t forget the damp meat

DisneyWorld 14-Day Ultimate Ticket at a 7-day price! £369 adult / £349 child + 4% cashback through Quidco!
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31/07/2018Expires on 31/07/2018Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
2018 Disney’s 14-Day Ultimate Ticket for the price of 7 Buy your 2018 Disney Tickets now to enjoy Disney’s 14-Day Ultimate Ticket for the price of a Disney’s 7-Day Ultimate Ticket … Read more
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Adult £337 Child £316 @ FloridaEscapes using code SAVETEN 2 Adults & 2 Children £1306

elkay

2 Adults & 2 children Orlando Attractions: £1,336 FloridaTix: £1,356 Both deals already posted here.

Miked87

2 adults 2 children holidaying on the 5th August.. and this doesn’t include Quidco cashback making it cheaper...

dbizal

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.

Sid.Harper

good April 1st post

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Disneyland Adventures [Xbox One Console Exclusive] @ 365games.co.uk / £15.29
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Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
"Experience the magic of Disneyland like never before! Take a journey where stories come to life and dreams come true, right in your living room! Explore Disneyland® park — from Ma… Read more
josh971

FYI just as I was about to buy for my daughter the £12.99 deal online has expired :(

josh971

is this game any good? tempted by for my 5yo girl

RedJenny

So it is. My bad for not reading to the end :)

Nmrvsky

It's in description as well... (angel)

RedJenny

Just to note this is currently £12.99 on the Microsoft Store. Play Anywhere.

Good deal on Disney Paris annual passes. Upto 40% off for family of 5, 20% + family of 4
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Found 28th JanFound 28th Jan
Right we have recently bought some annual passes for Disney Paris after a load of hassle but we got there in the end. We got what I think is a great deal so thought I would… Read more
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susancs

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.

themooseman

Ne nah ne nah ne nah

willdavidbest

*bought. You purchased the tickets over the phone. You didn't already have the tickets to bring them...

Burgmeister

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

mishsmum

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.

DISNEYLAND Paris ADULTS TICKETS @ CHILD PRICES - 52% OFF - Picniq Tickets
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Found 25th JanFound 25th Jan
After reading the earlier deal posted about Disneyland Paris tickets, I did a bit of research and found this deal for park tickets. Check it out: 1 Day / 1 Park* : £29 pp 1 Day / 2… Read more
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Jammy212

Also like to know this. Is it possible to do both parks fully in one day? Thanks

Danny_54321

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

lickzilla

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 😊

water1234

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

matwalaboy

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)

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Two-night Disneyland® Paris two-park tickets, breakfast and flights £149 @ wowcher
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Found 24th JanFound 24th Jan
From £149pp (from Super Escapes Travel) for a two-night Disneyland Paris stay for two adults and either one or two children with breakfast, entry tickets and return flights - save … Read more
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bradshaw23

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!

1princessz1

£196 return for 2.

Sheryl_Orritt

I would appreciate the taxi number please if possible as we go in March thanks

jasonlui

How much were your Eurostar tickets?

1princessz1

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.

Disneyland Paris - Half price in the school holidays
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Found 9th JanFound 9th Jan
There's a good deal on at the moment booking Disneyland Paris via disneylandparis.de which can in many cases, reduce the price to less than 50% of the UK (disneylandparis.co.uk) pr… Read more
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evilhomeruk

Unless you are an American, you are also a foreigner. And Anaheim California is the true home of Disneyland, surely?

myusernamehasgone234

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

ddv

Make sure when you arrive you reserve your tables for lunch and dinner, if you wait they all get booked up.

dreamz

How do you translate that site?

Lottiebird

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

5 nights at Explorers at Disneyland Paris w/breakfast, August/ Sept with flights @ Easyjet Holidays
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Found 27th Dec 2017Found 27th Dec 2017
Looks a decent price for end of the summer holidays. My search is for 5 nights from Liverpool John Lennon Airport, 29th August-3rd September 2018. Total for 2 adults and 2 childre… Read more
Rachie1987

I think prices have shot up since posting, maybe try flicking through dates and see if there is anything cheaper

internetred

I tried to look at this for two people but it came out close to a thousand so i must be doing something wrong :(

masekwm

Odd, we are a family of 4 and it cost €26 at Xmas 2017 for a meal in the McDonalds.

sew109

The best option is the train it’s about 10 minutes but it is silly expensive it’s soemtjing like £35each which depending on numbers maybe more expensive than a taxi but if you want the best it’s the train. The train station is right next to the bus park where the shuttle busses go to and from the hotel. We have been to Disneyland Paris about 7 or 8 times and we find the cost is not the hotel the travel but park Tickets (though we usually buy annual passes as it is generally cheaper and you get free parking and early admission ) but the food. Even McDonald’s is Bank loan expensive for three of us we were looking at £100 Plus a day and this included having one meal a day of stuff from the casino supermarket in the station. I would also suggest that there is not more than three days at most things to do and a stay any longer does not increase your enjoyment but does rack up your costs. We have been to Florida the last two years and whilst overall the holiday is more expensive it is much better value I think the Disney Tickets were around £350 each for 14 days this includes 4 parks the worst being better than the two Paris parks combined all transport and two fantastic water parks. Outside Disney three could eat decent evening meal for $25 with soft drinks and our cheapest hotel was under $50 per night and adequate. Flights (direct to Miami )and car 3weeks in August was £1275 for three

bluenosebignelly

good deal

Disneyland Paris tickets - £29.75 Adult / £29.75 Child @ 365 Tickets  - Now adults same price as a child!
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Found 14th Dec 2017Found 14th Dec 2017
Update 8th Jan, Adult prices now the same price as kids! Back again! - Note these are a official retailer so genuine tickets. Very good price for day tickets, ideal if heading ov… Read more
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hukdbuddy

if i wanted to go and do 2 parks over 2 days, is it cheaper to buy 1park/1day for my fist day and the same again and just go to the other park the next day????

claire.moxey

Hello who was this with please.

Coletteem

January is usually the quietest time to go, except for weekends but it can be very cold and wet. I have just got back from there last night and recommend a hotel called Hipark. I would say 4 days would be enough to see everything and I would take as many snacks with you as you can carry because food and drinks are expensive

DJNG22

For a general idea of how busy the parks are during the year this link is a pretty good Indicator Clicky. It is in French but the key is in order. We have just returned from a 2 day visit in the Black ‘avoid’ days, stupidly busy on 27th but still magical. We are going to return at a quieter time this year. The app is great and gives you real time queuing times for all the rides while in the park.

myasdad

1. Not nearly as busy as school holidays. 2. You could rush round everything in a day, but we would recommend a minimum of 2 days. 3. New York is very close, as is the Newport Bay(really nice hotel with a swimming pool), only a 5minute walk to the eateries, and 10minute to the parks. As an aside the Star Wars night show is superb!

Disneyland Adventures & Rush: A Pixar Adventure - Xbox One - Argos £28
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Found 5th Dec 2017Found 5th Dec 2017
Two games for £28.00. Can also substitute one of the games for Zoo Tycoon. Also check your email, I have been sent a £5.00 voucher code today.
Bigmanlfc1981

Thanks OP grabbed them both for the kids for Xmas, I might even have a little go on them lol

Borntooslow

Got Pixar Rush for my Fiancé's sister Got Zoo Tycoon for myself to try, I heard it's much improved

drewbles82

thats why i was so happy to get Kinect 2, it works so well when your close

ddigitaldnr

Be warned Disneyland Adventures has performance probs on standard Xbone hardware, mini games run fine but running around the park is stutter central. Rush however runs fine aside from the odd bit of tearing or a skipped frame.

UltimatePhoenix

Yeh Kinect was made for the typical huge American living rooms, I had tip 3 seater sofa up just to get it workin then was limited to what games I could play, ive never owned a living room big enough!!

Disneyland Adventures (Xbox One) - Amazon - £9.99 Prime / £11.98 non-Prime
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Found 23rd Nov 2017Found 23rd Nov 2017
Been looking for this for the kids xmas. looks like a good price.
eayragt

Of course you're being played by the retailers. They're the ones who are making money from this Black Friday day / week / never ending saga.

sean_Thompson

Its gone up to £20 this is about the 3rd thing ive seen go up on black friday not down I feel like we are being played by the retailers

hamsterpig

Can use the controller on this.

nwressell

Great price. Been after this and missed on Amazon and Very!!!

360finder

Cheers op. Heated

40% off all train fares on Black Friday 12pm-2pm @ voyages-sncf
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Found 20th Nov 2017Found 20th Nov 2017
Black Friday Offer from 12pm-2pm on the 24th November - Ideal if you 're thinking about heading to Disneyland / Christmas Markets / Bit of christmas Shopping - various destinations… Read more
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Calaisjar

First the website didn't work, wasted 30 mins and on webchat. Then they fixed it, then I tried to book and 'codes are all sold out' even though it's within the timeframe. Total idiots.

rhinopaul

GOGOGO just worked for me.

ZG717

Tried 50% off code yesterday, didn't work. trying today's 40% off code, still saying the code is invalid. Anybody has a hint? Thanks!!

Calaisjar

Blimey. Short window and missed it. Thursday offers a better deal than Black Friday...hmm. Does anyone know if it will work from London to Amsterdam tomorrow?

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50% of travel TODAY until 1pm with promocode XCLUSIVE for travel between: 23/11/2017 to 01/01/2018 (party)

Disneyland Adventures Xbox One £14.99 @ Microsoft
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Found 30th Oct 2017Found 30th Oct 2017
£19.99 for the digital release, this is the physical version with free delivery. Next cheapest is £15.85. Disneyland Adventures allows children and Disney fans of all ages to exp… Read more
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Stealth_Fox

Not yet, went to a Microsoft preview event. They only had 5 people scheduled for today, so I got to play whatever I wanted for as long as I wanted. Lots of Forza but I did see this running on a prototype machine

mrb30

U have an X?

Stealth_Fox

Played this earlier today, the menu still has a Kinect option- on starting the game (on an Xbox One X anyway), you get to choose between Kinect and controller. *dusts off Kinect*

adamg64

many thanks daughter will love this

paramoreRyan

Yeah it will. If you ever got an Xbox One you could login with the same account and you'd have the same game there to play too, but not having one doesn't affect your ability to play the Windows 10 version :)

Disneyland Paris tickets - £34.95 Adult / £29.45 Child @ 365 Tickets
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Found 13th Oct 2017Found 13th Oct 2017
Looks like a very good price for day tickets, ideal if heading over to Disneyland Paris nearer xmas , i tried 22nd Dec and shows the above prices which is a steal - there may be so… Read more
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aydenthelion

Isn't it cheaper with picniq tickets as they dont charge a fee for payment method?

jasonlui

How much were the sale prices for the Eurostar?

backllem

I think the difference between these two types of ticket is, with a 2 day/2 park ticket, you can go around both parks in both days whereas the other ticket only gives you admissions to either park in a single day. Having read someone saying 3 days is ideal for both parks, i'm undecided now. (annoyed)

adrian2000

Good deal

madeofbraille

Just back from 2 days in Disney last week. I got a 1-Day/1-Park ticket for our first day knowing full well it would take a full day to get around Disneyland Park. For second day, I bought a 1-Day/2-Park ticket assuming we would wrap up in the Walt Disney Studios around 3/4pm, in fact we were there right until 6pm and just went into Disneyland Park after to make value of the ticket. If there's anything to take from my experience, 3 days in the parks is ideal but if you can only do two days, dedicating one day to each park should allow you to see around 90% of what's on offer. That said, I was there last Monday and Tuesday and it was quite busy but nothing compared to what it would be like this week. You should be able to see everything in two days but their fast past system is a joke and leads to a lot of queuing, a big wake up call for those used to how sophisticated the Orlando FP system is.

Disneyland Paris Weekend Stays -40% and up to 12 yo stay for free - € 396 for the family of four !!!
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Found 4th Jul 2017Found 4th Jul 2017
I was just looking for Disneyland Paris break and went into the french site. Until tomorrow they have -40% of July and August weekends + up to 12 yo stay for free. Two days ticket… Read more
IzuniaM

No. Stay and tickets only

IzuniaM

You can stay Sat/Sun

plebbygiraffe

Not sure I'd classify staying 1 night, on the Friday as a 'weekend stay'.

yespleasesir

I took the wife there on a weekend. It was mega busy and I lost her. Bonus .

finaahmed13

Does this include flight as wwll

Disneyland Paris 2 Nights inc Flights & Park Entry £139pp, Save 38% (Multiple Airports) @ holidaypirates
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Found 21st Jun 2017Found 21st Jun 2017
Loving the Holiday Pirates Website so many good deals 2, 3 or 4nt stay with flights & park entry from just £139pp Spotted this and the price looks fab also regional airports… Read more
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phatdaveuk

This price is for November dates only

gabesdad

Good overall value, but doing full justice to the park with a 1-day ticket isn't truly viable without running your legs off!

LynnePlumb41

Centerparcs Disneyland Paris opening 11Aug discounts
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Found 20th Jun 2017Found 20th Jun 2017
A new Centerparcs is due to open 11 Aug at Disneyland Paris. They currently have a discovery sale on which reduces many of the accommodations by around 25%. (Of their normal eye wa… Read more
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isaaclee2012

Thanku will ring them tomorrow

airbiscuits

I'm driving it. On the Centerparcs website they recommend CDG. But please check for yourself.

isaaclee2012

Hi airbiscuits, I've never been to a centerparc before but I've been wanting to go for a while, I was looking at this one u have booked and was wondering if u could tell me wat airport u fly to an how long from the airport is it to the centerparc thanku

Disneyland Paris - 1 Park Mini Ticket just £32.00 or Magic Ticket just £43 + Fast Pass
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Found 31st May 2017Found 31st May 2017
Adult ticket at child price. This deal includes Fast Pass for all tickets directly issued by Disney Land Paris. 1 Park,1 Day Mini ticket for just £32 1 Park, 1 Day Magic ticket fo… Read more
cyberdragon

If you take costumes for the kids that correspond to the ride you get priority access (fast track even on rides without fast track option) ie :- Pirates ride = Disney pirates of the Caribbean costume Peter pan ride = peter pan or Tinkerbell costume Snow white ride = snow white costume Buzz shooting ride = any toy story costume Thunder mountain = Woody or Jessie costume Star Tours = Jedi costume Well worth taking a collection with you, also they cost an arm and a leg in the park (i seem to remember about 60 Euros a dress ! ouch)

dbmurthy

Sorry, The response was to SteveBlackman, thought the video will help in addition to your response.

steveblackman

​just got back. wish I had known that. was told prior it was one ride per day. FML

dbizal

I know. I'm an annual passholder lol. I was just replying to the person who says you can only get 1 a day.

dbmurthy

Here is the short video about fastpass http://www.disneylandparis.co.uk/guest-services/fast-pass/ http://tips.disneylandparisandyou.com/index.php?market=uk#tips-fastpass

Disneyland Paris -  2 Park Ticket just £39 + Fast Pass + FREE Restaurant Vouchers worth €15 at AttractionTix
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Really great offer going on at Attraction Tix for Disneyland Paris tickets. Adults pay kids prices ..... 2 Park Ticket just £39 + Fast Pass + FREE Restaurant Vouchers worth €15 … Read more
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Otto_Man

We went last summer and found it far more cost effective to book our hotel and park tickets together with Superbreak (TCB doing 15% cashback currently). We flew Air France from Manchester to CDG for £71pp return (c2% cashback). I'm pretty sure all the local hotels run a bus service to and from the theme parks. edit: I meant to add Superbreak usually have offers (currently they're doing 3 nights for the price of 2, 4 nights for the price of 3 etc.)

technoflare

I used this offer the other week. It's a fairly good deal. Standard price for Adults is £49, Children (under 12) £44 (strangely the 2 day tickets are more than 2x1 day ticket! So even without the voucher it's cheaper. I used the Planet Hollywood voucher, fairly useful but note that both restaurants are just outside of the 2 parks. Also Planet Hollywood gets very busy at the end of the day so book early or expect up to an hour wait. Food was okay but not that great. Too much salt on one dish, had to reject it in the end. I made 2 separate orders, one for each day, to get 2 vouchers but didn't use on second day in the end.

martmitch

Just check the ticket pricing calendar as you may end up paying more doing it this way! 1 day tickets are subject to pricing tiers whereas the 2 day tickets are not

AlsDeals

My opinion? Definitely yes. GO! :)

Desi2

for those who wish to extend from 1 day to 2 days - why not simply buy tickets for 2 consecutive days in separate transactions, in effect paying £39+£39 and getting a '2 Day 2 Park Ticket'?

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