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Disneyland Parks Colouring Book £4 prime / £6.99 nonPrime @ Amazon
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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.

Free Disneyland Paris backgrounds, recipes, games & printables
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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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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

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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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
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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

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Disneyland Paris Tickets 1 day from £43 Kids & £47 Adults + Fastpasses + Restaurant Voucher @ Attraction Tix
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Disneyland Paris Tickets 1 day from £43 Kids & £47 Adults + Fastpasses + Restaurant Voucher @ Attraction Tix£47Attractiontix Deals
6th & 7th 8th of January is showing as £47 per adult and £43 per child. Wil add other dates as I find them. Seems anything from the 6th January - 31st is above prices.
cam2012

https://www.gold-crest.com/ I also have a 10% off discount code that I regularly use

AMO

I have added some Premier Inn rates below if that helps - whether you're driving to Ebbsfleet to catch the EuroStar, or going to the Channel Tunnel or Ferry, I have listed the prices for the relevant Premier Inns below hopefully to save anyone looking from spendiing too much time searching for a decent deal! Hope it helps someone out there! (highfive)

ozkerrizo

Can you give me the link please. Never heard of them.

cam2012

I book my trips through goldcrest. I get hotel, tickets and transport for 3 nights for like £175 each

callmeleroy

31st good day to go

Disneyland Paris 3 days and 2 nights at Santa Fe for a family of four Jan-March (prices vary) at Magic Breaks from £602.50
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Disneyland Paris 3 days and 2 nights at Santa Fe for a family of four Jan-March (prices vary) at Magic Breaks from £602.50£602.50magicbreaks Deals
Disneyland Paris is a bit marmite, especially if you have been to Florida, But they have a 35% off offer between now and end of March. Prices vary, a mid-march holiday for two nigh… Read more
trakker1

Wow thank you so much for all the great information, it’s what we needed to know. I’ve got a rough idea of the hotels etc now but this makes it even clearer! Great tips! They are all very welcome! I’ve done many a diy holiday so why the idea with what love holiday are doing, it’s just a little different with a Disney trip, more so with Florida. If you have any further info please feel free to PM me ;-)

amy.hughes4lu

Park tickets not included. The only hotel right on the door of the park is The Disneyland Hotel. Other disney hotels such as New York or Sante Fe will require a 10/15 minute walk or a shuttle bus. Then you have your disney "partner" hotels such as 1. Campanile 2. B and B 3. Explorers 4. Vienna house dream castle 5. Vienna house magic circus We do Florida every year so our second trip to DLP ends up being a 'budget' holiday. It is really quite easy to save money if you make little changes, such as... 1. Taking the train from the airport rather than getting a taxi. The train is direct and drops you right outside the disney gates. You can then walk or get the shuttle bus to your hotel. 2. Staying at a disney partner hotel - You can still get to and from the park very easily with the free shuttle service and the quality can often be the same if not better than the disney hotels. Personal preference is Vienna Dream Castle over Disney budget options like Sante Fe. 3. Breakfast at the hotel or at an outlet in Disney Village - Mcdonalds / Earl of Sandwich / Supermarket (inside the train station). 4. Lunch - Again, from the supermarket, or at a cheaper option in disney village. 5. Snacks - Again, from the supermarket. You can take drinks into the park so we buy big bottles of coca cola and water and plastic cups. We share them out. You wouldn't believe the cost of drinks inside the park. 5. Purchasing toys from the outlet store in Disney Village rather than inside the main park. Booked with love holidays every year for 4 years, never had any issues. Use topcashback to get 4.8 percent back on your love holiday booking - makes it even cheaper. Keep in mind that you are not booking a 'Disneyland holiday' though - they are simply a third party putting your hotel and flights together for you.

AMO

I have added some Premier Inn rates below if that helps - whether you're driving to Ebbsfleet to catch the EuroStar, or going to the Channel Tunnel or Ferry, I have listed the prices for the relevant Premier Inns below hopefully to save anyone looking from spendiing too much time searching for a decent deal! Hope it helps someone out there! (highfive)

dani_potter89

Can be done on a budget McDonald’s earl of sandwich there are also quick counter service restaurants it’s 15 euro per meal with a desert and drink included five guys too and take snacks for lunch there are loads of water fountains if you take them small juices you can get but yes if you want to go for a nice meal it can get pricey we had free half bored and still topped up for the better meals

dani_potter89

I have been to Florida and was not expecting much when we went but it’s brilliant in its own way we found you get better interaction from the characters also if you or anyone in your party have a life long disability you can get a green pass so you don’t have to wait in long cues heat added