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Euro Disney - where's best place to book a good deal?

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TreeHuggerMum1 Tue 16-Jun-15 10:40:50

Looking for a deal for Euro Disney for January for 4 adults and 4 kids. Have tried a travel agent and it's lots more than we thought. Wondered if there was anyone booked a good deal recently?
Thank you muchly

momb Tue 16-Jun-15 10:45:52

where are you? We just book with Eurodisney themselves. No travel agent required as the eurodisney train prices are the same as buying direct from Eurostar.

LucasNorthsTwiglets Wed 17-Jun-15 18:49:17

Unless anything has changed recently, the only deals are the ones that Disney offer direct on their website so you're unlikely to find it cheaper. They often have free nights, 20% off, kids go free etc. All offers are listed on their website. nb. it's now called Disneyland Paris and hasn't been EuroDisney for years, so make sure you're looking at the official website! Here are the current offers

If you're travelling via Eurostar it's usually cheaper to book direct with Eurostar, as soon as the dates are released (they're released over the phone before online).

Another way you may be able to cut the cost if staying onsite (and that's the only way to do it as far as I'm concerned!) is to book the room for one person only and add the rest of the family at check-in at a cost of a few Euros per night. The rest of the family need to buy annual passes (the person booking the room will have tickets included). Depending on how many of you are going this can be significantly cheaper. It all sounds complicated and I can't quite remember how it works but Disboards or The Dibb will know if you ask there.

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