How to Save Money on a Disneyland Paris Trip

Visiting Disneyland Paris can be very expensive, especially in comparison to a trip to Walt Disney World. The exchange rate doesn’t help either, and makes food and drink over there seem all the more extortionate. Here, we’ll look at the ways you can try and save money on your trip and get the best value.

Reservations & Travel

If you plan on staying in a Disney hotel, be warned, it can be very expensive! But having said that, there are nearly always offers on, whether it be a percentage off, free dining, or free nights. Some offers may only be for select days or hotels. The best thing to do is check out our DLP discount forum which always shows the latest offers. If you’re a forum member (free to join) you can subscribe to the forum and be notified of any new offers posted. If there isn’t one available for the dates you want, keep checking back, as new discounts are usually released at regular intervals (unless you’re visiting within a month or so).

Be flexible with dates if possible. You’ll pay a lot more during school holidays, especially October half term. The parks have Halloween events going on and Disney aren’t daft, they know there’ll be a high demand and hike the prices as a result. Timing your visit just week after half term can halve the cost of staying at the Disney hotels.

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Let The Magical Moments Begin at Disneyland Paris

During the Disney Magical Moments Festival (from 6 April 2011) at Disneyland Paris, guests step into the spotlight to star in their very own adventures inspired by classic Walt Disney Pictures films. From Fantasia to Alice in Wonderland, from Peter Pan to The Jungle Book and The Lion King, everyone can experience their own spectacular moments that will create memories to last a lifetime.

Get swept up in classic stories from Snow White to Tangled, Beauty And The Beast, Cinderella or The Princess And The Frog.  Or take part in the adventures of the new Disney•Pixar generation stories from Ratatouille, Cars, Wall-E, Monsters, Inc. and the Toy Story films.

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