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Disneyland Parks Colouring Book £4 prime / £6.99 nonPrime @ Amazon
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Posted 22nd AprPosted 22nd Apr
Disneyland Parks Colouring Book £4 prime / £6.99 nonPrime @ Amazon£4Amazon Deals
Also included in 2 for £7 deal! https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/promotion/landingpage/A3GL5YDSYO7A39?ie=UTF8&ref_=plp_pc_rd_A3GL5YDSYO7A39 Get ready to ride the Jungle Cruise … Read more
PuntoPoste

Really nice book great pictures from around the parks wish it had more characters thou that would make it perfect still has nice quality pics and paper

cjdecember82

Thanks I got this and the pokemon colouring book for £7

SpongeDog

Great little find! Ordered this along with Frozen novel together for £7 is a steal https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/1800220375/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&psc=1

DrCrusher

It's included in the 2 for £7 kids books too.

DisneyLand Paris Summer 2021+ meal plans+ upto 20% off hotels + €100 giftcard when you book ny 17th November
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Posted 10th Nov 2020Posted 10th Nov 2020
DisneyLand Paris Summer 2021+ meal plans+ upto 20% off hotels + €100 giftcard when you book ny 17th NovemberDisneyland Paris Deals
Please check before travelling whether your destination requires you to self-isolate when you arrive, or whether you will need to do so when you return to the UK. You can find ful… Read more
Broadsword

Missing my point completely. Ive just looked at DLP for 2 adults and 1 child, £3000 for 7 nights. Same type of hotel and tickets and DDP at florida £3300. Yes theres flights to add but double the time, more to do, better parks, better free dining for £1300 more? Wheres the value there? Every time I look at DLP it feels like a rip off. Have never seen a price I like yet even with this so called "offer".

J2X

The "offer' for 2021 is awful. So lets hope so.

nozza78

Whenever we look a WDW it is a £8-10k holiday for a family of four with flights and food for two weeks. Even if a week was pro rota £4-5k the flights themselves would often cost nearly as much as a trip to DLP. We can do six days in DLP including travel and food for under £2500. For most people, and especially if you have young children, DLP is a much more practical and affordable option. You also don’t need to pointlessly tip 20% at every meal.

MonkeyMan90

It was April. Don't know if it was cheap because it ended up been spring break when we were there but it included private villa direct flights from Manchester and park tickets to Disney not universal. And a dodge charger hire car. We got it from what is referred to as a holiday hypermarket which I think tui own

dani_potter89

What time of year and is that including all park tickets? I doubt it as well as direct flights

Free Disneyland Paris backgrounds, recipes, games & printables
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Posted 24th May 2020Posted 24th May 2020
Free Disneyland Paris backgrounds, recipes, games & printablesFREE£0.01Disney Deals
Found these while searching for new backgrounds for my virtual meetings. Backgrounds from around Disneyland Paris; Colouring and Make It sheets; Bingo Game; Recipes from some of t… Read more
EdiP4

Thanks OP (y) 🏻

matwalaboy

Posted a month back https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/free-disneyland-paris-at-home-games-activities-videos-tours-recipes-and-more-3445020 but never hurts to remind (highfive)

aLV426

Heat - thanks for sharing, is there a way to get the English version (clicking of the flag doesn't change the language of the words)? La Reine des Neiges just doesn't have the same ring to it...

cazkins

Good find OP, quite like the printables! Heat.

Free Disneyland Paris At Home (Games/ Activities/ Videos/ Tours/ Recipes and more)
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Posted 19th Apr 2020Posted 19th Apr 2020
Free Disneyland Paris At Home (Games/ Activities/ Videos/ Tours/ Recipes and more)FREE£0.01Disney Deals
Whilst we are all in lockdown and trying to #staysafeathome, Disneyland Paris is now within reach in your home, with a whole host of activities to ensure the magic never stops! So… Read more
steveblackman

Thank you. Its a small blip, but im thankful we have our health, food and shelter. Rebooked for Sept but im now thinking thats a bit optimistic.

matwalaboy

Glad its of some help - sorry to hear your trip got ruined because of coronavirus :( Hang in there and stay safe

steveblackman

We should be there right now. Thanks this softens the blow a bit

jo-bb

Thanks

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Disneyland Paris - family of four (2A,2C) for Easter Holidays - Disneyland Hotel £1903.08 / Sequoia Lodge £1972 booked via French site
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Posted 28th Jan 2020Posted 28th Jan 2020
Disneyland Paris - family of four (2A,2C) for Easter Holidays - Disneyland Hotel £1903.08 / Sequoia Lodge £1972 booked via French site£1,903.08Disneyland Paris Deals
EDIT: A mod seems to have updated the title to specific dates/prices. To be clear, this deal isn't about the particular dates / particular prices listed in the title, more the proc… Read more
Kitkatandlu

I booked direct with them last year and again this year. The main difference for me is able to add the character breakfast in advance at a reduce rate. This way we get to see and take pictures with the Disney characters without potentially spending hours queuing up and spend more time on rides. Also going via Eurostar you get the Disney Luggage express Service too (which is extra when booked separately)

sweetazanutjutt_.

Cold as ice for this deal

CrCrCr

Has anyone previously used ebookers/Expedia for DLP packages and would like to share their experiences? They offer rooms with park tickets & food options at lower rates comparable to DLP direct. Just wondering if I'm missing something. :{

trakker1

I’m looking to go around these dates from Manchester. I’m looking at flying and would love to stay at the Disney Hotel. I’m tempted for sure just worried about the lack of free dining plan and buying on the French site, although as someone has already said they have done it before I’m happy with that

williamh1

I beg to differ. Paris has 2 Disney parks, Orlando has 4 Disney theme parks, 2 water parks and a huge shopping and dining area at Disney Springs and covers an area the size of Greater Manchester.

Disneyland Paris - Adult Day Ticket for the Price of a Child (When Visiting Before 1st April) £38.35 with code @ 365 tickets
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Refreshed 28th Feb 2020Refreshed 28th Feb 2020
Disneyland Paris - Adult Day Ticket for the Price of a Child (When Visiting Before 1st April) £38.35 with code @ 365 tickets£38.35£42.6110% off365 Tickets Deals
Update 1
You can now get a further 10% off using code 366LY- thanks@alphamike
365 Tickets and other 3rd party Disneyland ticket retailers are currently offering adult day tickets for the price of a child's ticket. Currently available when booking up to 1st … Read more
spenspuma

Lol..nah, it was definitely being pedantic. Everyone is calling it Coronavirus, calling it COVID-19 are just trying to look clever..lol

Rickardo

Being pedantic, it's not the virus code, it's the disease name. It can be common to use the disease name, such as chicken pox, rather than the virus name and having /carrying the virus doesn't necessarily mean you have the disease /are symptomatic, so they are perfectly valid to use it. However, in other cases virus name and disease name are used interchangeably by the public, such as HIV/AIDS, or even Influenza /flu to be one and the same.

Mujahid_Ali

Thanks heading to Paris on Monday this will come in handy!

spenspuma

Cant wait...

JustinScot

Bye bye