Either, they will be the same price except online you will have to pay postage
Just buy hoppers and they will be valid for a year from the date of purchase
You *can* get slightly cheaper prices but not significantly so - someone will know from where or do a Google for cheap Disney Tickets
There seems to be a lot of questions about Disney tickets.
Here is a complete list of vendors:
1. Paris Tourist Office on the Champs Elysées
2. Virgin Megastores
3 FNAC stores (discounts are available when purchased 5 days in advance at www.fnac.com)
4. Galeries Lafayette department store in Paris
5. the American Express Travel Office at the Disneyland Hotel
6. some RATP Métro/RER train ticket windows in Paris
If none of the above are convenient, you can arrive at the park early and simply purchase tickets before the crowds arrive.
I was just on the Disneyland Paris website and you can print your ticket from home (E-ticket) so you don't have to pay for postage.
BTW, looks to me that if buying through Disney online it's cheaper to buy the 1 day 1 park pass and buy another 1 day 1 park pass for the other park versus buying the 2 days 2 parks pass. Doesn't make sense to me why, or am I missing something here?
O, thanks for your reply & FNAC suggestion. You’re right, the first option is 2 X 1D1P but the second option is actually 1 X 2D2P. We’d like to see both parks at separate days but it seems that buying the 1D1P each day is a little cheaper than the 2D2P hopper package.
We’ll be in Paris for one week with our 6 yo daughter & 1.5 yo and think that 2 days in Disney is enough. Would you say otherwise? We’re staying in an apartment in Paris so we’ll be taking the RER each time. Thanks again!
I highly recommend the following sites:
http://www.disneylandparis.com/ - the official Disney's site
Notice that at Disney's official site you can print your customized map with the attractions that you want to see and your favorite restaurants. I suggest you check and decide if you want to visit both parks or just "Disneyland Park". Based on the amount of attractions you want to see, you'll be able to estimate how many days you need.
Three more comments:
1. Learn about the FASTPASS - disneylandparis.com/uk/…fast_pass.htm . It can save you some time.
2. In the park there's a complex which is called "Disney Village", packed with restaurants and shops and can be accessed from both the parks.
3. Your 1.5 years old kid can travel the RER for free; your 6 years old kid is entitled to 50% ticket for the RER.
Very helpful … thank you. Did not know about the RER for my 6 yo and the Disney Park map printout. I’ll have to go back to the official website. Good tips!
We have just booked Dinet tickets online and printed them . This was from the Disney site. They do a slightly special offer-1 day /2 park ticket for £41 instead of 1 day/1 park ticket at the gate. The limitaion is that you go within 30 days of your specified date. Didnt look at 2 days but check their special offers. Hope this helps
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